Jason Rapp

Tuning Up: Spartanburg mural + public art workshop

Good morning! 

“Tuning Up” is a morning post series where The Hub delivers curated, quick-hit arts stories of interest to readers. Sometimes there will be one story, sometimes there will be several. Get in tune now, and have a masterpiece of a day. And now, in no particular order…


Hope (mural) comes to Spartanburg…

Creating the “Hope” mural. Click image to enlarge. Photo courtesy of Chapman Cultural Center.

You might remember the art call from April about a new mural in Spartanburg. Well, it’s here. Chapman Cultural Center was a partner in the project and has a good look at how the project took shape!

Hey, by the way: if you’re #SCartists and interested in securing a public art gig, the SCAC can help…but you need to act soon.

Presented with our partner One Columbia for Arts & Culture, the Artist Entrepreneur Incubator‘s next workshop is taking registrations for those interested in help navigating the public art scene. Hear from presenter Constance Y. White on…

  • Definitions of Public Art
  • Selection Processes
  • Managing Expectations
  • Contracts & Deliverables

That workshop is coming up quickly, on Tuesday evening, Nov. 9. Register today!

SCAC featured by NASAA for equity work

How do state arts agencies ensure their practices and policies are equitable and inclusive? The National Assembly of State Arts Agencies invites you to read about how four agencies—California Arts CouncilMaryland State Arts CouncilMass Cultural Council and of course, BAE: the South Carolina Arts Commission—have integrated equity principles across multiple aspects of their work. Click here for the story.


 


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