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Call for artists

 

Marian Hagins Memorial Art Competition  The Lancaster County Council of the Arts is issuing a Call for Artists for the 2019 Marian Hagins Memorial Art Competition. This juried show is open to all Lancaster County artists, high school age and older. Cash prizes are awarded to nine winners, including the People’s Choice Award. Artists may submit up to two paintings…

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Treat yourself to Self-Care Sunday at the Columbia Museum of Art

 

Relax and recharge for free in the museum and on Boyd Plaza The Columbia Museum of Art presents Self-Care Sunday, a relaxing and restorative free event for all ages at the CMA and on Boyd Plaza, on Sunday, June 30, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Though wellness and well-being have long been throughlines in…

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Find your voice with Richland Library’s new Artist-in-Residence

 

A local artist, known for making fusion music by mixing genres, is sharing her talents with Richland Library and the community this summer. We’re excited to welcome Ara-Viktoria McKinney (Ara-V) as our next artist-in-residence, starting Monday, June 10. A South Carolina native, Ara-V is a singer, songwriter, actress, musical theater director and poet. Her musical…

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Auditions: Disney’s The Lion King, Jr

 

This summer the Arts Center of Kershaw County is excited to bring you Disney’s The Lion King, Jr.! This incredible youth production will be the first-ever production sponsored by the Sam Wright Scholarship Fund. Sam Wright is an actor and singer from Camden, South Carolina. He is best known as the voice of Sebastian in Disney’s The…

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State Museum presents summer edition of Friday Night Laser Lights

 

The State Museum is excited to announce the return of its popular Friday Night Laser Lights summer series starting, Friday, June 28. This newly expanded rockin’ summer tradition will now include live music, specialty cocktails and themed nights. Friday Night Laser Lights feature lasers and CGI visuals choreographed to music inside the museum’s 55 ft. digital dome BlueCross BlueShield…

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Spoleto Festival USA ends the 43rd season with ticket sales topping $3 million for the fourth consecutive year

 

More than 63,000 seats filled at events in 2019 Despite two weeks of extreme heat followed by a deluge of rain and thunderstorms, the 2019 season of Spoleto Festival USA once again proved why the 17-day Festival is “one of the best reasons for visiting Charleston” (The Toronto Star). Spoleto offered its 63,000 ticket holders…

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Reggaetronic, South Carolina’s longest running flotilla music festival floats into Lake Murray July 13

 

Grab your floats, friends, coolers, and sunscreen and be ready for one of the most unique boating events in the world.  The 7th edition of the Reggaetronic Music Festival presented by Tidewater Boats and Monster Energy showcases national, regional and homegrown artists in a 100% floating setup. Enjoy an unforgettable scene with 14,000 in attendance, 1500…

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Grammy® Award-winning duo Indigo Girls will play the Peace Center

 

The power of unity has been an Indigo Girls calling card ever since they burst into the spotlight with their 1989 self-titled breakout album. Since then, the band has recorded 14 studio albums, racked up a slew of gold and platinum certifications and spent decades touring. Their catalog contains contemporary classic songs like “Galileo,” “Closer…

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South Carolina ETV accepting nominations for women of vision

 

Network will highlight 12 women leaders in second year of “Women Vision SC” initiative South Carolina Educational Television (SCETV) today announced that the network is currently accepting nominations for year two of its “Women Vision SC” initiative. All nominations are to be submitted by July 17. A panel of judges will then vote on the…

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“Charlie’s Place” wins Emmy award

 

The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Southeast chapter on Saturday held the 45th Annual Southeast Emmy Awards ceremony in Buckhead, Ga. At the event, South Carolina Educational Television (SCETV) received an Emmy award for Best Historical/Cultural – Program for “Charlie’s Place.” Part of the network’s “Carolina Stories” series, “Charlie’s Place” tells the story of an…

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