Arts and Culture

Dr. Mays was born in Greenwood County in 1895 and died in 1984 He served as president of Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia from 1940-1967. He was considered by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. as one of the most influential...

Cokesbury College was established in 1854. The college and the surrounding Cokesbury community– represent an extraordinary glimpse at an early planned utopian community committed to innovative education for young men, young women and for emancipated slaves. At its peak, it...

Greenwood Community Theatre's (GCT)  aspires to enrich the community by creating and fostering professionalism and diversity in all its theatrical endeavors and experiences. GCT reopened in January 2007 after an extensive 1.2 million-dollar renovation project. Centrally located in the Emerald Triangle...

Edgefield County Theater and the Main Street Players are two groups that offer superb entertainment. The two theater groups work together when needed performing all over Edgefield County. Their home base is the William Bouknight Theater, housed in the Discovery...

Abbeville’s City Opera House, a historic building on the town square is a venue for life theater and other performances. The City of Abbeville has committed to a diversified lineup of events and audiences. The intent is to bring live...

The Elizabeth Stone Harper Gallery is located on the campus of Presbyterian College in Clinton, SC. The Harper Center Gallery is host to four exhibitions annually — two exhibitions of work from nationally/internationally recognized artists, the Senior Art Major Exhibit,...

There’s no shortage of vacation destinations in South Carolina, that’s for sure. Whether you crave culture and crumpets in Charleston, or tee time on the unmatched links of Hilton Head Island, South Carolina can provide a pleasant and memorable...