SC Humanities has been inspiring, engaging, and enriching South Carolinians for 40 years, and we will be commemorating this achievement throughout 2013! A 40th Anniversary Celebration took place on Thursday, February 21, 2013 in Columbia at the Hilton Columbia Center, and other events will take place throughout the year. More details will be posted soon, … Read more
In addition to the grants program, SC Humanities sponsors a variety of projects, from large initiatives like the South Carolina Encyclopedia to long-running programs such as Let’s Talk About It Reading and Discussion Program and Speakers Bureau: Humanities Out Loud. Each of our projects fulfills our vision of inspiring, engaging, and enriching South Carolinians. The … Read more
“The audience was so enthralled they were glued to the chairs for two and a half hours, not wanting a break. This is the finest tribute an audience can give,” says Jean Anne Cooper, Chairman of the Heritage Lectures at the Blue Ridge Arts Council in Seneca, regarding Will Goins’ program “Native Americans: Dancers, Singers, … Read more
2 South Carolina individuals and 1 South Carolina institution will be honored.
Three SC individuals and one SC institution will be honored.
Three outstanding South Carolinians receive recognition for their support of the public humanities.
SC Humanities goes to Washington!
Celebrating 30 years… Since securing federal funds through the National Endowment for the Humanities in 1972 and awarding its first grant, the Humanities Council has offered the riches of the humanities to diverse audiences across the state. Perspectives have been broadened over the last 30 years as membership on the statewide board of directors has … Read more