SCETV special starts at 8 p.m.
Tonight, South Carolina ETV will premiere the stories of nine high-profile past recipients of the Governor’s Awards for the Arts at 8 p.m. on South Carolina ETV and streaming.
The South Carolina Arts Commission, the sole presenter of the Governor’s Awards for the Arts, initiated a film project telling the story of the awards for their 50th anniversary. Host Jackie Adams (right) will lead viewers through the result: nine vignettes that look at South Carolina arts, culture, and history through the eyes of living, high-profile South Carolina artists who have received the award through the past 50 years:
- John Acorn
- Wilfred Delphin
- Mary Jackson
- Glenis Redmond
- Tom Stanley
- William Starrett
- Leo Twiggs
- Sam Wang
- Cecil Williams
Read the SCAC news release on The Hub here.
Adams, a freelance on-camera talent based in Columbia with an extensive arts background, will introduce the films that profile each artist. The filmmakers behind them, Renderhouse Films of Columbia, spent several months documenting the artists. They turned nine stories that cross diverse lines— racial, ethnic, gender, and artistic disciplines—into individual works of art themselves, notable for their high production quality.
How to watch
South Carolina ETV, the state’s public educational broadcasting network, will broadcast through its 11-station TV network that spans the state. Viewers can access the broadcast via:
Further information about accessing SCETV is available here.
Can’t make it or forget to DVR? Subsequent re-airings of the production will occur on other SCETV channels, including Jan. 9 at 8 p.m. on the South Carolina Channel and Jan. 23 at 2 p.m. on ETV World.