Metropolitan Arts Council
The Metropolitan Arts Council (MAC) is the only organization in Greenville, South Carolina working daily to support every discipline of the arts. As Greenville’s visitors center for the arts in the historic West End district, MAC serves as an arts advocate through the South Carolina Arts Alliance and through direct contact with all governmental entities. First Fridays invites you to navigate Greenville’s visual arts scene each month as galleries and venues are open to the public from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m
The Studio – Home of Vaughn Newman Dance
The Studio - Home of Vaughn Newman Dance is a professional dance studio providing various dance, movement, fitness class to our community and beyond. The Studio also doubles into an events venue: Parties, book-signings, meetings, baby showers, dinners, etc. VND, a 501(c)(3) organization, is Greenville's premier contemporary dance company. We perform professional dance works and make dance accessible to our community. ADAM (Acting, Dance, Art, Music) Arts is our outreach component and us the for after-school arts program, Spring Break Mini-Arts Camp and Summer Camp. Currently, we offer ballet, modern, jazz and african for kids and adults. Also, open modern dance classes, stilletto dance class, monthly african dance workshops, gospel dance celebration and monthly Paint & Spirits are creative opportunities for the public.
Fiction Addiction Bookstore
Fiction Addiction, founded in 2001, is an independent bookstore serving the Eastside of Greenville, SC. We sell books of all flavors: fiction and nonfiction, new and used, paperbacks and hardcovers, and books for adults and children. We also carry gift items, host numerous author events to include book clubs, author visits and talks with signings.
Dealer of contemporary printmaking, drawings, collage, other works on paper, and paintings by recognized artists who have work in private and public collections. The artists I work with include teachers and professors affiliated with schools such as Clemson University, the Governor's School for the Arts and Humanities, University of South Carolina Upstate, and the Greenville County School District.
Furman University, Herring Center for Continuing Education
The nontraditional adult students at Furman personify daily resistance, persistence, and tenacity. Through the works of art submitted by students, graduates, staff, and friends of Undergraduate Evening Studies (UES), we catch a glimpse into how they define these three related qualities. We see what it is they must resist, ways they are called to persist, and the tenacity required to achieve their goals.