After a national search, visual artist Eli Blasko has been selected as the Artist of Record for Chapman Cultural Center’s “Artlets” project, funded by a design award from the National Endowment for the Arts.
As a newcomer himself, Wofford College’s new provost, Dr. Mike Sosulski, plans to welcome the Class of 2020 with open arms as they move onto campus to begin their college careers.
Thousands of young people are targets of bullying and cyberbullying every day, putting many at risk for outcomes such as depression or school absenteeism.
In addition to the six nationally-known chalk artists joining 1Spark! for its third year, the festival is also shining the spotlight on Spartanburg’s local talent with a Chalk-Off event.
If you’ve heard any downtown Spartanburg news at all lately, you know that the past two weeks have been a big one for one of Spartanburg’s most beloved icons, the Montgomery Building.
It’s hard to believe but summer is already drawing to a close, which means millions of students across the United States are going back to school to boost their brainpower.
A new biosensor to help detect a genetic disease. The potentially carcinogenic effects of common herbicides. This sort of research may sound like the domain of large biomedical research labs, but it’s being conducted right here on the Converse campus.
It is perhaps Spartanburg’s most iconic structure, a symbol of our history as a textile powerhouse, and a long-vacant, sometimes painful reminder of downtown’s 20th century heyday.
The School of the Arts at Converse College is creating a powerful new season of works for 2016-2017 that will amaze.
Anyone Home, Inc. Launching New Upstate Customer Contact Center; $1.1 Million Investment and 570 New Jobs ExpectedPosted on Thursday, August 25, 2016
Anyone Home, Inc., a premiere contact center and management tool for the single-family rental housing market, is launching new operations in Greenville County.