Making Arts Education Stronger in South Carolina

  September 13 - 19 is National Arts in Education week.  A time when we all can take a step back and appreciate the role the arts have played in our own educational development, and how the arts can be used to improve the education of our future generations.  In our own state of South Carolina, … Continue reading Making Arts Education Stronger in South Carolina

Gov. Nikki Haley Vetoes Arts Education Funding

Update, July 7: The SC Senate voted 33-3 to OVERRIDE Veto #21. $1 million more in recurring funds for arts education is returned to the state budget, the veto is defeated in both Chambers. Update, July 6: The SC House voted 102-16 to OVERRIDE Veto #21. The veto now heads to the SC Senate on … Continue reading Gov. Nikki Haley Vetoes Arts Education Funding

Greenville’s Problem with Live Music

There is a TEDx Salon happening Tuesday, January 20 in Greenville (tickets are already gone).  I can't go and I am truly bummed (I have a meeting all night I cannot miss).  The topic this month? "Why Isn't Greenville A Music Town?" So I wanted to put this out there as my way of contributing … Continue reading Greenville’s Problem with Live Music