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Arts & Culture

Dylan Scott’s style of country music reflects multiple influences

In the “About” section of country singer Dylan Scott’s website, after a brief biography, he speaks of the aspirations he has for his 2016...
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Backstage: A Q&A with production manager Jessica Eckenrod

Eckenrod puts emphasis on learning as she encounters new roles and challenges. She initially started in the arts as a young singer/songwriter, then took...
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Sound Bites: James Taylor, Paleface, and more

Must-see shows this week...
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SCCT’s 2018-19 season lineup appeals to a broad audience, from toddlers to retirees

When it’s time to put together a new season lineup, each year the South Carolina Children’s Theatre faces a familiar challenge: selecting an array...
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One-Stop Open Studios Retrospective showcased at Artisphere

An Upstate art retrospective will be part of the 2018 Artisphere lineup this weekend, allowing attendees of the city’s hallmark arts festival to look...
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Sarah Collier’s pop-culture-inspired pieces evoke mid-20th-century nostalgia

Sarah Collier didn’t jump right into her career in art. Although she studied it at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, she took a...
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Painter Michelle Jardines’ latest series is a reflection in loss and grieving

Michelle Jardines can’t avoid painting. “I like to think that painting chose me; I didn’t choose it," she says....
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Photographer Walter Arnold finds beauty in abandonment

Walter Arnold first picked up a camera in 2005 when he moved to Hendersonville, N.C., and became enamored with the area’s natural beauty and...
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Jewelry artist Erin Stuart’s work is informed by her background as a sculptor

Erin Stuart found her creative drive early in her life....
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Sound Bites: Mandolin Orange, The Go Rounds, and more

Friday, May 11 Mandolin Orange Artisphere: Culinary Arts Stage, 7......
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Ella Richards’ scissors drawing technique creates simple but beautiful pieces

A creation by Ella Richards takes about seven weeks on average, and she estimates she finishes about 25 percent of what she starts. ...
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Mick Whitcomb’s pieces combine lighting and historic innovations

Mick Whitcomb’s collection “Artifacts by Nomad” is inspired by......
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After more than two decades, hip-hop group Bone Thugs-N-Harmony isn’t going anywhere

When they first emerged from Cleveland in the early 1990s, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony (a quintet featuring Bizzy Bone, Wish Bone, Layzie Bone, Krayzie Bone, and...
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Backstage: A Q&A with costume designer Thomas Brooks

When Thomas Brooks was a student at North Greenville University pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in theater, he wasn't initially aiming for a career...
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After a decade-long hiatus, Jump, Little Children created a new album with help from a devoted fanbase

During their decade-plus original run as a band, the Charleston quintet Jump, Little Children built an intensely loyal fanbase around the Southeast through nonstop...

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