Local photographer Jessica Yurinko hosts exhibit and fundraiser to benefit Fresh Future Farm

Support local art for a good cause!


On Sept. 22, Charleston fine arts photographer Jessica Yurinko will host a special exhibit and fundraiser at South Carolina Society Hall to benefit Fresh Future Farm.

The exhibit, Charleston: a feeling not a place, captures not only the beautiful Lowcountry scenery, but also the array of feelings and comfort Yurinko associates with the Holy City. 

The exhibition will take place from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Free wine, beer, and light snacks will be provided. Yurinko’s prints may be purchased with or without framing, and shipping is free for all orders. While the event is free, $10 donations are encouraged to help support Fresh Future Farm. 

Fresh Future Farm is a non-profit organization that aims to provide healthy food, jobs, and education to the North Charleston area. Yurinko will donate 10 percent of art sales from the exhibit to the organization.

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