Smithsonian Exhibit Water/Ways Opens in Hampton

South Carolina Humanities, in cooperation with the Smithsonian Institute’s Museum on Main Street program, is pleased to present the traveling Smithsonian exhibit Water/Ways in South Carolina. The exhibition dives into water–an essential component of life on our planet, environmentally, culturally, and historically. The exhibit will travel to its second venue in South Carolina at the Hampton County Library, hosted … Read more Smithsonian Exhibit Water/Ways Opens in Hampton

UNLADYLIKE2020 – Charlotta Amanda Spears Bass

Since March 4, 2020, UNLADYLIKE2020 has been releasing short films and a broadcast hour on PBS American Masters profiling diverse and little-known American women from the turn of the 20th century and contemporary women who follow in their footsteps. The final, 26th, episode of the series will be about Charlotta Amanda Spears Bass, who has frequently … Read more UNLADYLIKE2020 – Charlotta Amanda Spears Bass

“Seeds of Change” Program Hosted by Hagood Mill Historic Site

The Hagood Mill Foundation in Pickens will present a free virtual event exploring the role of the arts in community and the importance of civil dialogue. The “Seeds of Change” event will occur on Friday, August 14 from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. and will include a broad range of guest speakers and a panel discussion … Read more “Seeds of Change” Program Hosted by Hagood Mill Historic Site

Seneca City Museums Launch Digital Content

The Seneca City Museums has launched a new website with increased virtual educational content, including a podcast titled “The Small Muse,” virtual tours, a video series about historic grave sites in Oconee County, information about the history of African American churches, and more. The virtual programming was supported by funding from a Bridge Grant from … Read more Seneca City Museums Launch Digital Content

Virtual Programs About SC State House Monuments and Grounds

Historic Columbia will offer two virtual round table programs in August about the monuments and grounds of the South Carolina State House. These programs are led by Dr. Lydia Mattice Brandt, an architectural historian and an associate professor at the University of South Carolina, whose research informed Historic Columbia’s online tour of the State House Monuments. … Read more Virtual Programs About SC State House Monuments and Grounds

Communal Pen: Water/Ways – Virtual Writing Workshop

The South Carolina Arts Commission, in partnership with South Carolina Humanities, Hampton County Historical Society, and Hampton County Library, will offer a free virtual writing workshop in August.  The Communal Pen: Water/Ways workshop will allow participants to write to celebrate and explore connections to place and community. The virtual workshop is free and open to the … Read more Communal Pen: Water/Ways – Virtual Writing Workshop

Georgetown County Library Offers DigiBridge Lecture Series

The Georgetown County Library will present the DigiBridge Lecture Series in July and August as part of a larger effort to record presentations by humanities scholars to document Georgetown County’s deep and diverse history and culture. This programming was supported by funding from a Bridge Grant from South Carolina Humanities, www.schumanities.org. Funding for the Bridge … Read more Georgetown County Library Offers DigiBridge Lecture Series

Smithsonian Exhibit Water/Ways Opens in McCormick

South Carolina Humanities, in cooperation with the Smithsonian Institute’s Museum on Main Street program, is pleased to present the traveling Smithsonian exhibit Water/Ways in South Carolina. The exhibition dives into water–an essential component of life on our planet, environmentally, culturally, and historically. The exhibit will have its public opening in South Carolina at Hickory Knob State Park, … Read more Smithsonian Exhibit Water/Ways Opens in McCormick