The parade is held by Greenville’s own division of the Ancient Order of Hibernians (AOH), the Harp & Shamrock Division. AOH is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit Irish-Catholic Fraternity with roots that run deep into American history.
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…
Kwadjo Campbell, president of the Poe Mill Neighborhood Association, is one of the biggest driving factors behind changes in the area, and the addition of a new mural is just one of the most recent of several upgrades around Poe Mill.
If there is still such a thing as alt-country, a genre that pushes back past the polished pop-country of today to classic honky-tonk twang, with more than a little rock groove mixed in, then Amanda Anne Platt is one of its best practitioners.
In order to prepare for the new, stripped-down versions of their songs, the band has had to go back to their original albums and listen to all the tracks, something Rinehart says he’s never done before.
Think for a moment about the acrobats or daredevils you’ve seen at a Ringling Bros. show. Or the incredible contortionists you may have encountered at a Cirque De Soleil performance. Now imagine all of those daring feats — acrobats flying through the air, contortionists putting themselves in seemingly impossible positions — being performed while the stage beneath them is moving.
Anyone who tells you that purely instrumental music can’t express emotion as well as a band with a singer hasn’t heard Glenn Jones play guitar. In Jones’ hands, the acoustic guitar becomes something different, almost like a paintbrush or a pen.
Bob Ripley works primarily in metals and wood, and his creations can range from an impossibly detailed and intricate portrait to a beautifully made door. It’s a combination of artistic ability and craftsmanship that he comes by naturally.
At first glance, many of Vivian Morris’ creations, which she makes through a combination of woodwork and printmaking, look like animals and creatures that one might find in animated TV shows or movies.
When Judy Verhoeven decided to pursue art full time following two decades split between being a graphic designer and a stay-at-home home schooling mom, she revisited an art form that had been a staple of her adolescence.
Kate Furman’s work has been showcased all over the world, from Australia to the Netherlands. Many of her larger, avant-garde pieces go to her dealer in New York and are sold to art collectors and interior designers. But her focus isn’t solely on those works, as she also has an extensive collection of wearable jewelry, ranging from necklaces to brooches.