Upstairs Artspace will have three new art exhibits starting Aug. 17–Drag, prints by Hague Williams; Original to Original: Artists Transforming Materials, featuring 3-D works by Williams, D.J.
Spartanburg resident Carol Story’s love of nature will be on display in her solo art exhibition Contemplating the Land at West Main Artists Co-op through Aug. 31.
Spartanburg professional photographer Thomas Koenig will present more than 20 large-format photographs of extreme close-up of small things or details in other artists’ creative work in his exhibit “Seeing Big” at West Main Artists Co-op, Aug. 6-31.
Greenville Theatre, the Upstate’s oldest and largest locally producing theatre is pleased to announce its Executive Committee and Board of Directors for the 2019-2020 season.
Chair – Mary Freeman – Acadia Community
Vice Chair – Nancy Suitt Bennett – Retired, Main Solutions
Secretary – Christi Mobley – Community Leader
Ashley ‘The Mermaid’ Tucker visited Gold’s Gym in Greer Monday to read ‘The Rainbow Fish’ to children in attendance. A member of the gym, Tucker uses a monofin to swim following a medical diagnosis of transverse myelitis. She is releasing a children’s book, ‘Lynn the Mermaid,’ in late summer or early fall.
Rhythm City to headline Tunes in the Park
Rhythm City Band will headline Tunes in the Park on Friday, July 26, at the Greer City Park Amphitheater.
The upstate’s Rhythm City Band performs a versatile set of music from beach, rock and roll, oldies, classics, country and motown.
Gaffney artist Robin Childers will present her exhibit Paint to Print at West Main Artists Co-op in Spartanburg, Aug. 6-31, giving patrons a look at her prints of colorful abstracted flowers and shapes that are based on paintings and digital drawings.