‘Tis the season, after all.
The South Carolina Arts Commission had a notable 2018:
- Through staff consultation, grants, and direct programs, our work impacted all 46 South Carolina counties.
- Our grantees were able to provide more than EIGHT MILLION arts experiences for residents and visitors as a direct result of SCAC grants.
- “Art of Community: Rural S.C.” furthered its reputation as a national model for rural creative placemaking – addressing ongoing challenges in those unique communities with arts and culture-based solutions.
And there’s plenty more. Today, we’re making public a brief annual report that sheds light on FY18’s accomplishments and outlines what and where grants and programs were put to use, from the three “corner” counties of Oconee, Horry, and Beaufort to the 43 arranged inside. You’re invited to have a look.
Holiday Schedule at the SCAC
Many of the SCAC staff have already exited stage left for well-deserved annual leave, but others remain and constituents can still expect service with some exceptions: the office will close with other state agencies on weekends, from Dec. 24 to 26, and on Jan. 1.
You can expect content on The Hub and Facebook to continue, though it will be less frequent.
Whatever you celebrate this season (and even if you don’t), the board and staff of the Arts Commission wish you the happiest, merriest, most festive time and peace and prosperity in the New Year!
Liked what you saw in the annual report?
The South Carolina Arts Foundation would like to hear from you.