Lancaster County Council of the Arts
The mission of the Lancaster County Council of the Arts is to enrich the quality of life in Lancaster County by building a vibrant community connecting arts, culture, and economic vitality through education, advocacy and collaboration. Camps, Events and Exhibitions offered.
The Arnold Room at University of South Carolina Lancaster
Located in the Bradley Arts & Sciences Building, the John R. "Pete" Arnold Special Events Room accommodates up to 300 people banquet style. It is equipped with all the amenities to accommodate your business and special occasion needs.
Lancaster Historic Courthouse & Museum
Historic Robert Mills designed courthouse. Museum on first floor houses collections from the Revolutionary War, the Springs textile industry, and Lancaster County. Second floor courtroom is fully restored.
Bundy Auditorium at USC Lancaster
Located in the Bradley Arts & Sciences Building, Bundy Auditorium seats 400 people. Two dressing rooms are available.
Dianne Mahaffee, of Lancaster, South Carolina has been an art teacher for private, public, and home schools for most of her life. Presently she teaches at the University of South Carolina at Lancaster, Discovery Charter School, and her studio.
Dianne Mahaffee's offers Art Classes
All classes are held at Mahaffee’s Studio
REGISTER NOW, BY CALLING (803) 289-6473. CLASS SIZES ARE LIMITED.
Avant Garde Center for the Arts
Nonprofit agency dedicated to providing arts opportunities in diverse neighborhoods. Arts workshops by local artists are coordinated and conducted regularly, with scholarship program available. Artisans market is held annually in December. The agency has offices and studio space at Bob Doster's Backstreet Studio in Lancaster, but provides arts opportunities throughout the region. Through partnerships with other agencies, several ongoing programs include Chance & Lucky Project, Framing Hope Project, Art of Style, Artisans Holiday Market, and more.