South Carolina Arts Commission

A strategic plan for the arts in South Carolina

Making South Carolina a place where the arts are valued and all people benefit from a variety of creative experiences

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Grant Making

Investments in strengthening South Carolina artistically, educationally, and culturally

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Expertise delivered by dedicated arts professionals

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Direct Programs

Focused initiatives developed to advance the Arts Commission’s goals

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Partnerships

Strategic collaborations with a wide range of partners across the state

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Relevant news and stories from artists and programs all over South Carolina, including, what is new with SCAC.

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National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures calls for Catalyst for Change applicants

LETTER OF INTEREST DEADLINE: Monday June 6, 2022  The National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures, in collaboration with Southwest Folklife Alliance, is proud to announce the open call for applications for the 2022 Catalyst for Change (CFC) Fellowship program. The Fellowship is made possible with significant support from the Surdna Foundation Thriving Cultures Program […]

National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures calls for Catalyst for Change applicants: Full Article on The Hub

Local author brings historical exhibition to Aiken middle school

During March 2022 and beyond, Aiken Center for the Arts connects students at Schofield Middle School with local author Dr. Walter Curry through an author in residence program to enrich the study of South Carolina and African American history as it is depicted in his books. Curry’s work brings Aiken County’s African American history to […]

Local author brings historical exhibition to Aiken middle school: Full Article on The Hub