The event will showcase the talent of a record-high 158 participating artists.
Metropolitan Arts Council has record-breaking year in 2018.
By John Jeter Writing, so they say, is a solitary enterprise. But next week, Greenville’s vanguard literary organization, the Emrys Foundation, gathers an arts-loving krewe for a Mardi Gras-themed gala…
People move to Greenville for a variety of reasons—weather, housing, air quality, economy, the mountains, career opportunities. But recently, more and more people are relocating here for one big reason—the Greenville art scene.
For the last 31 years, the South Carolina Children’s Theatre has impacted the lives of children and families throughout the state through theater, educational classes and workshops, and innovative outreach initiatives.
Last week, one of Greenville’s own was acknowledged for what is his tremendous capacity to lead through participation and focus our attention on the success of others.
This week, the South Carolina Arts Commission announced that it is presenting its highest award in the state to the Greenville Metropolitan Arts Council’s Alan Ethridge. Ethridge, executive director of…
"Her legacy is the thousands of kids who get to pursue the arts who would never had the opportunity."
If Greenville’s Metropolitan Arts Council were a singer, reviewers would have noted that the nonprofit hit all the high notes in 2016.