SC Humanities Board of Directors awarded over $50,000 in Major Grants to 7 cultural organizations after a February 20, 2015 Board Meeting in Columbia. The awards were selected through a competitive application and review process and are made possible by SC Humanities and the National Endowment for the Humanities. Matching community support for the 7 … Read more SC Humanities Awards over $50,000 in Major Grants
USC Beaufort will present a special program on the topic of veteran experiences on April 2, 2015. “After the War is Over” will feature veteran Jerrod Fields, recipient of the Bronze Star and Purple Heart. SC Humanities supported this program with a Mini Grant in February 2015. Jerrod Fields is a veteran of the Wars … Read more After the War is Over
The Fort Sumter Fort Moultrie Historical Trust will present a special event on “A Just and Lasting Peace Among Ourselves? Lessons on the 150th Anniversary of the End of the American Civil War” on April 18, 2015 in Charleston, SC at the historic Dock Street Theatre. Two panel presentations featuring seven noted scholars will take … Read more A Just and Lasting Peace Among Ourselves?
The South Carolina Council on Economic Education will offer a one-day workshop on “Teaching Economics Using Children’s Literature” on March 20, 2015 in Columbia, SC. The workshop will feature instructor Lori A. Dickes from Clemson University and will teach K-5 educators how to identify economic content in children’s literature to better educate their students using … Read more Teaching Economics Using Children’s Literature
The Belle W. Baruch Foundation in partnership with SCETV will present the “Voices of the Village” event on March 19 – 21, 2015. Friendfield Village was the heart of Hobcaw Barony’s black community from slavery through the 1950s. The outreach event will feature Robert McClary, one of the last living residents of Friendfield Village, in … Read more Voices of the Village
Football. Baseball. Hockey. Bowling. Basketball. Kickball. Surfing. People around the country are drawn to compete in these sports and many others. Still more gather on the sidelines to cheer for their favorite athletes and teams. Nowhere do Americans more intimately connect to sports than in their hometowns. Six South Carolina communities, in cooperation with SC … Read more Hometown Teams: How Sports Shape America