Ribbon-cutting ceremonies were held Sunday for the Lineta Prichard Pottery Studio at Myrtle Beach’s F. G. Burroughs-S.B. Chapin Art Museum. The project has been a few years in the making, but is now open, with a schedule of classes for potters-in-training. The Chapin Foundation contributed $110,000 to the studio, which is housed on the ground floor of the art museum at 3100 South Ocean Boulevard.
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