From fusing together ideas inspired by two different shows, to putting their all into class assignments, students with works in Lander University’s 2020 Juried Art Exhibit are showcasing sculpture, ceramics, computer graphics, drawing, painting, photography and more.
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To celebrate its 35th anniversary, the McCormick Arts Council at the Keturah has completed a calendar project to showcase the impact of art in people’s lives.
The 18 musicians who are part of the SC Jazz Masterworks Ensemble are kicking off their second season with a 7:30 p.m. concert at Harbison Theatre in Columbia on Saturday.
In Greenwood Community Theatre’s opening production for 2020, music of the 1950s and ‘60s helps tell the story of four girls who are singing at their high school prom. They have big voices and big dreams.
From music of Motown to musicals and comedies to children’s classics, Greenville’s theaters will offer a wide variety in the 2020 portion of their 2019-20 seasons.
A host of activities are planned this month to honor the legacy of Baptist minister and slain civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr.
Mike Williamson of The Beach Boys tribute band Sail On says it is no small task to faithfully reproduce music that is iconic, universally familiar and beloved.
Clay artist Linda Neely’s latest series of works — artfully interpreted apples — paired with inspirational phrases on clay leaves, is inspired by a sign she saw in a doctor’s office waiting room printed with the 26 “ABC’s of Life.”
From live tapings of podcasts on politics to recording records, Grammy nods, soul-painting demonstrations and theatrical debuts, 2019 in the Lakelands was a varied year in terms of arts and entertainment.
James Michael Lambert, a cast member in “Beautiful: The Carole King Musical,” says he’s like many people who will be in the audience for the national tour’s stop in Greenville.
When the City of Greenwood asked Bill Wilson to order indoor-outdoor Christmas tree decorations for Uptown Greenwood several years ago, he obliged.
Marissa Hecker has written parodies of songs as a hobby for years. She has also idolized Gerard Alessandrini, the creator of the long-running revue “Forbidden Broadway.”
It made its premiere for one weekend in November, but if you missed seeing “The Starfish Island, SC, Unified Town Council and School Board Meeting and Variety Show” then, you have one more opportunity.
Ma, Pa, Mary and Laura Ingalls invite you to share in a heart-warming stage production of “A Little House Christmas,” opening Friday at Abbeville Opera House.