“To preserve us from utter ruine” The Revolution of 1719: Exhibit Opening

The bloodless revolution that occurred in Charles Town in 1719 had a profound impact on South Carolina history that reverberates even to this day, but the event itself has been largely forgotten; a moment of history examined by only the most dedicated scholars.  The exhibit “To preserve us from utter ruine”: The Revolution of 1719 … Read more “To preserve us from utter ruine” The Revolution of 1719: Exhibit Opening

Author Annette Laing at Christmasville in Rock Hill

On Thursday, December 5 – Saturday, December 7, 2019, author Annette Laing will be featured at the annual ChristmasVille festival in Rock Hill. Three workshops will be held for children and teachers in the Rock Hill School District on Thursday and Friday, and a two presentations open to the public will occur on Saturday. SC … Read more Author Annette Laing at Christmasville in Rock Hill

Preservation Across the Disciplines

The Clemson Humanities Hub at Clemson University is embracing the theme of “Preservation” for the 2019 – 2020 academic year. A wide variety of public programs and events related to preservation will be offered from November – April. SC Humanities supported this program with a Major Grant. The mission of the Clemson Humanities Hub is … Read more Preservation Across the Disciplines

SC Humanities Announces New Themed Request for Proposals on Food

In an effort to examine and celebrate the ways food helps to define South Carolina’s culture and history, SC Humanities has launched a new statewide Request for Proposals (RFP) titled “South Carolina: Food for Thought” SC Humanities seeks proposals from interested nonprofit organizations or institutions designed to highlight South Carolina food culture and engage audiences … Read more SC Humanities Announces New Themed Request for Proposals on Food

Rauschenberg in Charleston

The Gibbes Museum of Art will present the exhibition Rauschenberg in Charleston from September 13, 2019 – January 5, 2020. (The opening date was rescheduled due to Hurricane Dorian.) This exhibition will revisit the photographic work of iconic American artist Robert Rauschenberg whose innovative combines, and use of everyday materials in paintings and sculpture transformed … Read more Rauschenberg in Charleston