Cheezem Education Center
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Clemson University is a membership community of more than 1,400 individuals in the Upstate who come from all backgrounds and educational levels. Together we enjoy the camaraderie of our peers as we participate in a myriad of activities designed just for us.
The Cheezem Education Center now houses the OLLI administrative offices as well as a majority of OLLI classes, and features a large assembly room, several classrooms, an art and science room and a demonstration kitchen.
South Carolina Botanical Garden at Clemson University
From a humble beginning as a camellia collection in the 1950s, the South Carolina Botanical Garden has blossomed into a 295-acre sanctuary for diversity by re-engaging people in the living world. We strive to serve as an interdisciplinary resource focusing on teaching, research, and outreach that advances awareness and understanding of plants, animals, minerals, and our culture. The gardens exist for enjoyment and education and are available and accessible to all people. Our grounds are open and free-of-charge 365 days a year from sunrise to sunset.
Center for Visual Arts at Clemson University
"Making visible the creative process." The Center for Visual Arts (CVA) at Clemson University serves as a place where students, visitors and scholars explore contemporary perspectives in art and culture through research, outreach programming and studio practice. The mission of the Center is to engage and render visible the creative process. The CVA is a dynamic intellectual and physical environment where art is created, exhibited and interpreted. It educates through academic research and practice with art at its core, drawing upon varied disciplines to examine critically cultural issues and artistic concerns. Please Join Us! The Friends of the Center for Visual Arts is an active organization of loyal patrons who share a love and appreciation of the arts. Our Friends give generously of their time, talent and financial support in order to strengthen the arts for the surrounding community and Clemson University. To join, visit www.clemson.edu/centers-institutes/cva/friends/ or call (864) 656-3883.
ARTS Center (Clemson)
The ARTS Center in Clemson is housed in an old elementary school building. We have exhibits in a main gallery, as well as hall gallery spaces. There are four operating art studios for photography, ceramics, jewelry/metal work, and painting/drawing. Our auditorium is a multi-purpose area with a 427 sq. ft. stage. We can seat 182 people in chairs for a performance. The space is also used for events. Our building also houses the Clemson Area African American Museum and the Clemson Child Development Center.
Brooks Center for the Performing Arts at Clemson University
The Robert Howell Brooks Center for the Performing Arts is a professional traveling roadhouse venue as well as the home for student performance ensembles at Clemson University. The center's four part mission sets out to serve its surrounding campus and community by presenting outstanding artists and attractions, encouraging new artists and experimental works, developing and educating diversified audiences to the performing arts, and supporting the educational mission of Clemson's Department of Performing Arts.