New artwork coming to Main Street’s recycling bins

Last weekend, 87 artists participated in the Metropolitan Art Council’s “Flat Out Under Pressure,” a 24-hour two-dimensional art competition whose winners have their work reproduced on recycling bins.

Oh, say, can you see — and hear — the patriotic art of Joe Everson?

Please rise for the visual and vocal artistry of Joe Everson.

‘Lion King’ cast member balances fatherhood and life on the road

Nick Cordileone has spent nearly six years on the road playing Timon in the national tour of Disney’s “The Lion King.” But Father’s Day isn’t acknowledged by a just a phone call or through a mailed gift because his 15-year-old daughter, Hero, has spent the last five years traveling with him full-time.

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Pastor’s homeless ministry expands to documentary film

Jeff Akers’ “Homeless in the South” takes an in-depth view into the lives of the homeless and the efforts to help them in Greenville as well as cities in Alabama, Georgia, and North Carolina.

Award-winning film about Syrian refugees coming to Greenville March 26

“Salam Neighbor” follows the lives of Syrian children and others in the Za’atari Refugee Camp in Jordan. “Salam” means “peace” in Arabic and is a common greeting, like saying “Hello.”

And the Winner Is…

All of this year’s Oscar-nominated live action, animation, and documentary shorts will be screened Feb. 17–19 at the Peace Center.

Film Fest Reels In Talent

Networking, collaboration primary goal of second annual Reedy Reels Film Festival

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‘Lion King’ cast member balances fatherhood and life on the road

Nick Cordileone has spent nearly six years on the road playing Timon in the national tour of Disney’s “The Lion King.” But Father’s Day isn’t acknowledged by a just a phone call or through a mailed gift because his 15-year-old daughter, Hero, has spent the last five years traveling with him full-time.

New composition by Dan Forrest highlight of Greenville Chorale ’17-‘18 season

The chorale’s season includes a variety of new and old choral and choral-orchestral works, including the world premiere of a commissioned work by Greenville composer Dan Forrest.

Making the Peace Center fit for a (Lion) King

Pride Rock is “The Lion King’s” centerpiece.

How the promise of a free lunch landed Gerald Ramsey the coveted role of Mufasa in “The Lion King”

The only reason Gerald Ramsey auditioned for the Broadway production of Disney’s “The Lion King” during an open casting call in Honolulu was because a friend offered to buy him food if he did.

Calendar Spotlight: Midsummer Night’s Dream

When it comes to Upstate Shakespeare Festival productions, audiences ask one question every year: what twist will Producing and Artistic Director John Fagan give to that particular Bard’s work?

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New artwork coming to Main Street’s recycling bins

Last weekend, 87 artists participated in the Metropolitan Art Council’s “Flat Out Under Pressure,” a 24-hour two-dimensional art competition whose winners have their work reproduced on recycling bins.

GCCA celebrates the past, looks to the future

Three years ago, Carrie Burns Brown and Randy Armstrong were among Greenville’s visual arts orphans.

Stone Mural Project’s fourth mural takes shape at 223 W. Stone Ave.

The fourth mural in as many years, this year’s butterfly-themed addition to what the organizers hope will become a public art corridor was designed by printmaker Sunny Mullarkey McGowan.

GSP International Airport’s ‘Waterfall of Light’ sculpture is now on display

“People from different places travel all over the world but airports are where they meet. This art piece is a reflection of that.”

Daniel Bare’s travels to China and Japan influence his ceramic works

On an afternoon at ceramicist Daniel Bare’s home studio in Central, an assortment of plates, bowls, jars, cups, and mugs in various stages of completion is spread across multiple tables.

Kiah Bellows brings abstract landscape paintings to Artisphere

Kiah Bellows can recall working with her hands from an early age.

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‘The Gatekeeper’ sheds new light on the most powerful woman in FDR’s White House

For most, Marguerite “Missy” LeHand isn’t a well-recognized name from American history.

Emrys launches 2017 journal and looks ahead to reaching young and new writers

The writers’ group Emrys will launch its 34th literary journal, featuring poetry and prose from 12 different states and two countries. The journal’s outreach is wide and long, and now the writing group wants to expand its reach within Greenville — seeking young writers and writers in underserved communities. Emrys editors and judges read 236 submissions from […]

Ode to Joy

Appalachian author David Joy pushes into the darkest parts of humanity in search of the light

That ’70s Game

Era of Borg and Connors is the backdrop for Judy Fogarty’s debut novel “Breaking and Holding”

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