Here’s how the Metropolitan Arts Council has been supporting the artistic and economic wellbeing of our community for half a century.
Founded in 2003, Artisphere presented by TD Bank has succeeded in their mission to create a nationally recognized Fine Arts festival in South Carolina.
We challenged our readers to turn one of our newsletters into a poem — here’s what you came up with.
Peace Broadway, sponsored by the Gibbs Cancer Center, kicks off in September on the Peace Concert Hall stage at the Peace Center in Greenville, SC.
Local musical artists, performers, producers, videographers, and sound engineers took home 14 awards at this year’s UMAs at the Peace Center in Greenville, SC.
Check out our guide to the many meaningful murals you can find around our city.
The SoCal-based Southern Rock band muscian Robert Jon Burrison shares the band’s influences and tour plans ahead of their stop in Greenville, SC.
The Book Nook at TCMU in Greenville, SC is dedicated to literacy and learning.
“Through The Years: Kenny Rogers Photographs of America” lands at the Upcountry History Museum in Greenville, SC.
Local musician Steve Eager Music and friends sing about his love for Greenville in their song, “Greenville.”
The annual Jewish Film Festival in Greenville, SC will feature a variety of films, from documentary to comedy to mockumentary.
“Andy Warhol: Endangered Species” and “Works by Warhol” open on Saturday, Feb. 4. at the Upcountry History Museum in Greenville, South Carolina.
Season 98 kicks off with “Monty Python’s Spamalot” on Thursday, Sept. 7.
Mark your calendars for these 11 weekly and annual events.
Enjoy a not-so-silent night of music and dance with the Greenville Symphony Orchestra.
Revel at each design and vote for your favorite.
Our readers have some eagle eyes and identified the Greenville landmarks in the artwork.
We previewed five artists’ spaces ahead of the 20th annual Greenville Open Studios by Metropolitan Arts Council in Greenville, SC.
Whether you’re looking for your next leisure read, a book for the whole family, or a thrilling fictional novel, we’ve got a list of books written by local authors in Greenville.
More Than Rhythm: A Black Music Series is back for a second season at the Columbia Museum of Art, taking attendees on a journey of history and culture to celebrate Black music.
A Music Project (AMP) powered by the Peace Center will bring new venues to already-existing buildings on the performing arts center’s downtown campus.
Good news for Greenville.
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