Apply to Host a Smithsonian Exhibit – Water/Ways

SC Humanities is pleased to announce a special South Carolina tour of Water/Ways, an exhibition from the Smithsonian Institution. Developed as part of the Museum on Main Street (MOMS) program, this exhibit is designed especially for small cultural organizations and rural audiences that lack regular access to traveling exhibitions due to space and cost limitations. The … Read moreApply to Host a Smithsonian Exhibit – Water/Ways

Communal Pen Workshop in Newberry

SC Humanities and the South Carolina Arts Commission have developed a special partnership to present writing workshops at each local host community for the Crossroads: Change in Rural America tour. In the Communal Pen workshops, participants will write to celebrate and explore their connections to place and community. What are the memories, stories, and traditions that make … Read moreCommunal Pen Workshop in Newberry

African Dance Classes in Spartanburg

Ballet Spartanburg will offer free African Dance Classes at their Center for Dance Education from January 8 – June 2019. The goal of the program is to introduce people of various communities in Spartanburg to the cultural traditions of West African Dance. SC Humanities supported this program with a Mini Grant in November 2018. The … Read moreAfrican Dance Classes in Spartanburg

2019 Student Research Fellows Announced

SC Humanities is pleased to announce that two Student Research Fellows have been selected for 2019: Valencia James of Allen University and Ashley Krause of Francis Marion University. Student Research Fellowships are awarded annually on a competitive basis to undergraduate students in their sophomore or junior years attending an accredited university or college in South Carolina to explore research and … Read more2019 Student Research Fellows Announced