The SmartARTS program of Metropolitan Arts Council integrates arts education into core learning at Greenville County Schools.
The 8 winners from Metropolitan Art Council’s Flat Out Under Pressure will have their artwork displayed on the downtown recycling bins from spring 2020-2021. See more photos from Bonfire Visuals.…
Metropolitan Arts Council has record-breaking year in 2018.
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.
In the Metropolitan Arts Council’s Flat Out Under Pressure, competing artists have 24 hours to complete a piece.
The Metropolitan Arts Council will host its first annual Mod Fête event on June 8, 7-10 p.m., at ArtUp Studios at Hampton Station to showcase its revived and reinvigorated MAConnect program.
Five minutes after I started talking to Gayla Day, the administrator of the SmartARTS program at the Metropolitan Arts Council, I knew I’d found a place to share my writing skills.
An Upstate art retrospective will be part of the 2018 Artisphere lineup this weekend, allowing attendees of the city’s hallmark arts festival to look back at 15 years of notable, local artwork.
Among the five individual awards presented at the MAC Annual Meeting, several other awards were presented to companies and individuals who have supported MAC through the past year, and more.…
On Monday, March 26, the Metropolitan Arts Council honored several individuals and businesses for their support for the arts in the 2017 TD Bank Business and The Arts Partnership Awards at the MAC Annual Meeting.
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 year’s Greenville Open Studios runs Nov. 11-12 and will feature a mind-boggling 145 artists. Here are a few that caught our eyes.
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.
For almost four decades, Ken Christy has been sculpting baptismal founts, crosses, liturgical lecterns, and alters from local hardwoods found in the Appalachians.