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INVESTING IN OUR TEACHERS: CCC Hosts 29th Annual Muse Machine STEAM Institute

July 06, 2023

Last week Chapman Cultural Center hosted our 29th annual Muse Machine STEAM Institute, a three-credit-hour graduate course for teachers from around South Carolina.   We had 21 teachers on campus all week learning new ways to... Read More

Former Spartanburg Comedian Chooses CCC Theater to Shoot Her Streaming Show

May 11, 2023

In 2017 when interviewed by Kevin Hart, she made sure the world knew she was from Spartanburg, SC. When interviewed by Steve Harvey at the Apollo Theater, everyone knew her hometown was Spartanburg. That’s why it’s no surprise... Read More

Chapman Cultural Center Receives Substantial Collection of Renown Contemporary Artist’s Work

September 12, 2022

The Board and Staff of Chapman Cultural Center are delighted and honored to announce a generous gift of artist Carl Plansky’s original work from the collection of Larry and Janice Elder. Appraised at more than $4.25 million, the... Read More

Mayfair Art Studios Featured in the Latest UP Magazine

June 25, 2020

Read more about the history of Spartanburg's Rich textile industry! Read More

Drawing C.O.R.A.L. Project teaches local students about ocean acidity

August 22, 2019

Originally Published on August 15, 2019 - Greenville Journal  AUTHOR Camiell Foulger The SC Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities recently held the Drawing C.O.R.A.L. (Calcifying Organisms in a Rising Acidity Level)... Read More

The Head of Bloomberg Philanthropies' Arts Program on Harnessing the "Power of the Creative Sector"

October 04, 2018

This article originally premiered in Inside Philanthropy and was written by Mike Scutari.       KATE D. LEVIN It’s been an eventful six months for Kate D. Levin, the woman who oversees Bloomberg Philanthropies' Arts... Read More

70 Lofts, Arts Incubator Planned for Spartanburg’s Arcadia Mill No. 1

November 22, 2017

A 114-year-old textile mill in Spartanburg County will soon breathe new life. Georgia-based developer Pace Burt said he plans to move forward with a $9 million renovation of the 200,000 square-foot Arcadia Mill No. 1 at 1875 Hayne St.... Read More

Kites shoot for the sky during annual festival in Spartanburg

April 22, 2017 Read More

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