Unbound Dance Company will present Unbeing, its third consecutive annual show August 25 and 26. Performances will be at 7 pm on both days at Dreher High School, 3319 Millwood Avenue, Columbia. Unbeing explores the process of stripping away the layers of our past to confront the raw truth ofContinue Reading

The Irmo Chapin Recreation Commission (ICRC) and the Saluda Shoals Foundation have announced the unveiling of a large public art project at Saluda Shoals Park. The unveiling ceremony will take place this Tuesday, June 13, from 6:30 – 8 pm at the River Center, 5605 Bush River Road, Columbia. TheContinue Reading

The Historic Melrose Art in the Yard (AIY) returns for the spring and will welcome art lovers and history buffs alike to the historic, downtown Columbia neighborhood. Artists and artisans will sell their original work and as an added bonus, Historic Columbia’s Palladium Tour coincides with the festival. The eventContinue Reading

The South Carolina Arts Commission is happy to announce it will bestow five recipients in 2023 with the state’s highest award for exceptional achievement in practicing or supporting the arts: the South Carolina Governor’s Awards for the Arts. The SCAC presents the Governor’s Awards for the Arts annually in theContinue Reading

Registration for Columbia Open Studios 2023 is now open. Deadline to Register is January 8. Open Studios will take place April 1, 10 am – 6 pm, and April 2, noon – 6 pm, This will be the thirteenth installment of 701 CCA’s Columbia Open Studios, during which the publicContinue Reading

The first four South Carolina Cultural Districts designated in 2015 after the program’s launch earned recertification based on FY2020 data gathered by the South Carolina Arts Commission (SCAC). The districts recertified are: the Congaree Vista (Columbia), Lancaster, Rock Hill and Spartanburg Downtown, all designated in 2015. Their recertification is effectiveContinue Reading

The fourth annual Cottontown Art Crawl will welcome 115 artists to show and sell their original work in the downtown Columbia neighborhood. The event will be held March 12, from 10 am to 3 pm with more art, more artists, more food and more fun for visitors. In 2019, theContinue Reading