Which is your favorite sculpture? The People's Choice vote is open!

It's time to vote for your favorite sculpture. The top three artists who earn the most votes will receive cash awards. You can vote anytime until Dec. 31. Simply click here, visit our FaceBook page or place your paper ballot in the box located in the Discovery House at Coastal Discovery Museum. People’s Choice Award winners will be announced on January 29, 2019.



Get your selfie sticks ready! #ARTFORALL

Strike your most creative pose with one of the exhibition’s 20 sculptures as your backdrop. Surprise us – single and group photos are welcome! Upload your best shot to our FaceBook page with the tag “ARTFORALL.” You’ll be automatically entered into a random drawing where you’ll have the chance to select a local arts organization to receive a $5,000 grant from Community Foundation of the Lowcountry. The contest runs through December 31. Questions? Email wjones@cf-lowcountry.org.

 

Visitors

The Public Art Exhibition is held at the beautiful Coastal Discovery Museum on Hilton Head Island. 

Directions to HHI

With easy air and land access, getting to the Hilton Head Island area is easy. Located at the southernmost tip of South Carolina, the Hilton Head Island area is about 20 minutes drive time from I-95, via Exit 8. For directions, please click here

Lodging Information

Top-notch Hilton Head resorts, hotels and rental properties offer prime locations and premier amenities. Oftentimes, they are nearly worlds unto themselves. Click here to learn more and plan your stay. 

Restaurant Information

With more than 250 Hilton Head restaurants, and more being cooked up every day in nearby Bluffton and Daufuskie, it's hard to go hungry. Click here for your dining choices.  

Attractions

After visiting the Public Art Exhibition, venture out and see what else Hilton Head Island and the surrounding areas have to offer. Click here for some helpful suggestions.

 

 

The Coastal Discovery Museum was established in 1985 to educate the public about the cultural
heritage and natural history of the Lowcountry. Since 2007, it has operated on the historic 69-acre Honey Horn Plantation. Visitors can explore indoor and outdoor facilities to learn about the Lowcountry’s unique cultural heritage and environment. In 2015, the Coastal Discovery Museum became a Smithsonian Affiliate joining a network of over 200 other affiliate museums around the country.

Community Foundation of the Lowcountry

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 23019
Hilton Head Island,
South Carolina 29925

Office Location
4 Northridge Drive, Suite A
Hilton Head Island,
South Carolina 29926
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