This year’s annual Metropolitan Arts Council meeting and the TD Bank Business and The Arts Partnership Awards was done a little differently.
There have been 64 protests filed with the city of Greenville since June 1.
Full of absurd, off-the-wall stories about everyday people doing the best they can, George Singleton’s “You Want More: Selected Stories” is a greatest-hits album from the mad king of short fiction.
A proposed tree ordinance that would require developers to replace every tree that they take down while also protecting the city’s heritage trees has hit a few snarls.
The professional theater has lost an estimated $400,000 in revenue as a result of the coronavirus, according to producing artistic director Mike Sablone.
Stine, who attended the Fine Arts Center in Greenville, says she loves furniture design because it’s a blend of art and design.
The Kappa Alpha fraternity at Furman University has been suspended from campus for at least four years after the fraternity hosted a pair of parties in August that resulted in dozens of students testing positive for COVID-19.
Australian visual artist Guido van Helten spent five weeks and 704 hours panting the walls of the BB&T office building in downtown Greenville.
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Furman University is now accepting students for its fall classes, which begin virtually Sept. 14 and run through Nov. 13.
The 12-month Brandon Fellowship aims to develop emerging artists who represent the diversity of the Greenville community.
Greenville City Councilman Russell Stall made a great many cutting boards before becoming a luthier.
Greenville is quickly becoming known as a cycling mecca, drawing cyclists as tourists and potential residents to the area.
Two creatives who've never met in person have collaborated on a new exhibit that debuts Sept.1 at Art & Light Gallery in Greenville.
GCCA unveiled new signage for the building, proclaiming it the Linda Quinn Furman Building, on Wednesday, Aug. 26.
61-day extension was unanimously approved by Greenville City Council