Attendees at the upcoming 13th annual Artisphere presented by TD Bank will want to keep their eyes on the ground.
The TR Town & Art Crawl is looking for exhibiting artists.
When Megan Wilson began reading comic books in early 2012, she never imagined that one day she would be working behind the scenes to help bring stories to life.
From April 21–29, more than 400 artists from across the Southeast, including 17 from Greenville and more from all over the Upstate, will be represented at ArtFields in Lake City, S.C.
If Greenville’s Metropolitan Arts Council were a singer, reviewers would have noted that the nonprofit hit all the high notes in 2016.
The City of Greenville’s Public Art Committee is soliciting request for qualifications (RFQ) for designs of a 3D sculpture that will replace the Shoeless Joe Jackson statue previously located at the corner of South Main and Augusta and River streets.
The Upcountry History Museum’s current exhibit, “The Art of Dr. Seuss,” traces the writer and illustrator’s entire career, from his days an editorial cartoonist, adman, and author.
From home renovations to national design features, lifestyle blogger Lindsay Lark Jackman patterns her world with purpose
The show is open to artists 18+ living within a 35-mile radius of Greenville. Entries must be original works of art that have been completed within the last three years and can be in any medium.
The 135 artists selected for Artisphere’s Artist Row include an artist from Cuba who escaped in a boat he built himself, an artist whose watercolor and colored pencil drawings are smaller than a thimble and an artist named beer.
Artists Allison Anne Brown and Megan Heuse interpret the human condition and social norms through the filter of womanhood.
BJU Museum & Gallery campus location to close for renovations; Heritage Green to shut down permanently
Bob Jones University’s on-campus Museum & Gallery will close on Feb. 18 for a two-year renovation and its Heritage Green location will close Feb. 4 permanently.