Dreskin spent years teaching at the University of South Carolina, the S.C. Governor’s School for the Arts & Humanities, and the Greenville County Museum’s Art School. It’s the latter endeavor that the Hampton III Gallery is celebrating with their new exhibit, “Teacher/Student.” In the exhibit, works by four of Dreskin’s students, Jim Campbell, Carrie Burns Brown, Jo Carol Mitchell-Rogers, and Alice Schlein, stand alongside her own paintings.
While pursuing her postgraduate history degree, Dr. Carolyn A. Day kept finding references to tuberculosis as “an easy and beautiful way to die,” which was not in keeping with her understanding of the disease from a medical perspective.
Old Crow Medicine Show, the Virginia sextet that has been blending bluegrass, acoustic country, folk, and old-time music for almost 20 years, has always had a connection with Bob Dylan in one way or another.
When we last spoke with Greenville’s Dallas Toler-Wade, he had just left Nile, a popular Upstate death metal band that has charted albums all over the world.
Tsuzuki’s Butterfly Project has installed hundreds of butterflies on buildings, light posts, and downtown parking garages.
Alexander will present the closing keynote address at Read Up, Greenville, a daylong festival that celebrates middle-grade and young adult books, authors, and readers.
When they step onstage at The Velo Fellow next Saturday, the members of comedy/improv troupe Idiom Savant will have not performed in 25 years.
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Played back to back, the two most recent albums by the Baltimore quartet J. Roddy Walston & The Business don’t even sound like the same band made them.
Allen McCalla, GLT’s executive artistic director, said the gift would benefit the theater for generations to come.
“Dark, foreboding, menacingly mechanical”: Industrial music duo, Youth Code, is helping bring metallic chaos to Greenville’s Radio Room.
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“Hagiography” was a true labor of love for the band.
“The ‘Due North’ EP is a love note from the band of words we didn’t get to say,” King said in a press release. “These are songs that are a big part of our live repertoire that we would like to share with everyone.”