South Carolina Arts Commission

South Carolina Arts Commission

Arts Emergency Relief Grants

Grant Information

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Application Deadline

This application deadline has passed.

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To provide emergency funds to artists during the COVID-19 pandemic

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Who's Eligible
Most SC practicing artists

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Up to $500

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Grant Period
July 1-December 31, 2020

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Matching Requirement

These guidelines are for reference only.

FY22 Relief grants funding eligibility is restricted to FY22 operating support grantees.

About This Grant


The purpose of this South Carolina Arts Commission (SCAC) grant is to support individual artists who have lost income related to their artistic practice due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

  1. The applicant must be
    • a practicing artist in dance, music, opera, musical theatre, theatre, visual arts, design arts, crafts, photography, media arts, literature, and/or folk & traditional arts;
    • a legal resident of the US and SC with a permanent residence in the state for at least one year prior to the application date and throughout the grant period; and
    • 18 years of age or older at the time of application.
  2. The applicant must not be a degree-seeking, full-time student during the grant period.

A note for organizations

Due to limited available funds, SCAC is unable to post an open call for nonprofit organizations for FY21 Arts Emergency Relief Grants. Organizations that meet funding parameters and areas of priority will be directly emailed and provided an access code to apply. Organizations will be invited to apply in accordance with the following restrictions:

  1. Must either have, or have applied for, an FY21 SCAC operating support grant
  2. Must be currently registered with the S.C. Secretary of State’s Office
  3. May not be a university or unit of government
  4. Must not have received an SC CARES Non-Profit Relief Grant (PDF list of recipients). Because those grants far exceeded what SCAC is able to offer, and in order to maximize what we are able to give to each applicant, we are focusing funding on organizations that did not receive SC CARES awards.
  1. Applicants may submit only one FY2021 SCAC Arts Emergency Relief Grant application per deadline.
  2. Applicants may not duplicate emergency funds.
    • Example: If your studio rental is $500, you may not receive $500 for that month’s rent from an SCAC Arts Emergency Relief Grant and $500 for that same month’s rent from another source of emergency funds (such as the NEA or SouthArts). You could, however, receive $250 from SCAC and $250 from another source, for a total of $500 for that month’s rent.
  3. The applicant must not have full-time employment beyond their work as an individual artist (a minimum of 50% of the applicant’s taxable income must come from their work as an artist).
  4. Only individual artists may apply for this grant. Ensembles, groups, or artist collaboratives may not apply.

Eligible financial losses include, but are not limited to, those which – due to the COVID-19 pandemic – resulted from an inability to

  • teach arts classes or workshops;
  • participate in paid residencies;
  • perform, curate, or otherwise participate in paid gigs;
  • display work in art galleries or museum shows;
  • sell work at craft fairs or artistic conventions;
  • offer services as a teaching artist.

Note: Applicants will need to provide documentation of lost income.

Any activities carried out within this grant must align with state guidelines regarding COVID-19.

Priority will be given to applicants

  • Who reside in the SCAC’s FY21 Opportunity Initiative Counties:
    • Allendale
    • Calhoun
    • Dillon
    • Edgefield
    • Laurens
    • Lee
    • Marion
    • Marlboro
    • Saluda
  • Who reside in the federally-designated Promise Zone counties:
    • Allendale
    • Bamberg
    • Barnwell
    • Colleton
    • Hampton
    • Jasper
  • Who did not receive an FY2020 SCAC Arts Emergency Relief grant.
  • Who have not received any other FY2021 SCAC grants.
  • Who have completed the S.C. Artists Pandemic Economic Impact Survey, conducted by SCAC and the Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelly Foundation.

March 26, 2021

Applications may be submitted until 11:59 p.m. (Eastern Time) on the deadline date. However, please be aware that staff members will not be available to assist you with questions or technical difficulties after SCAC closes at 5 p.m. that day.

Grant Period

July 1-December 31, 2020


Up to $500

SCAC artist grant awards are considered taxable income.

Grant awards will be based on:

  1. panel review of the applications
  2. availability of funds, and
  3. Board approval.
Matching Requirements


How to Apply

Applications are accepted through our grants portal, which uses the Foundant platform. For frequently asked questions, registration instructions, and other helpful information, we highly recommend visiting the Grants Portal FAQbefore you begin working in the system.

You are urged to consider the Review Criteria (detailed in the “Review Process” section of these guidelines, under “After You Apply”) as you prepare your application materials. These criteria will be used to evaluate your application and determine the funding of your proposal.

As part of your application, you will need to upload documentation of income lost during the grant period, with dollar amounts shown. All documents will need to be combined into one file (acceptable file types: xlsx, xls, doc, docx, pdf, jpg, jpeg, gif, bmp). We strongly encourage you to prepare your file for upload before you visit the grants portal and begin your application. If you need assistance in this process, please contact

Documentation can include, but is not limited to

  • Canceled contracts
  • Emails and/or screenshots confirming cancellations
  • Receipts for art sales during the grant period, along with evidence of cancellations or closures preventing additional art sales during that time
  • Receipts, tax documents (please crop out or obscure any confidential or sensitive information, such as your Social Security number), or other written proof of previous income from an event, on which to base your expected income from that event during the grant period; e.g.,
    • A tax document showing income from a 2019 event, along with emails or screenshots confirming cancellation of the 2020 event
    • Receipts for art sales from July 1-December 31, 2019, with evidence of cancellations or closures preventing art sales from July 1-December 31, 2020
    • A tax document showing income from a previously-taught class, along with emails or screenshots confirming cancellation of that class scheduled during the grant period
    • Other written proof comparing income from a consistent event with income lost due to cancelation of that event during the grant period
    • Other written proof comparing income from a similar time period with income lost during the grant period

Helpful Hint: To be eligible for the maximum award of $500, you will need to submit documentation that shows losses of at least $500. You do not need to submit documentation for all losses during the grant period.

The applicant must have an active account in our grants portal.

  • If you have previously used Submittable to apply for other SCAC grants or programs, please note that the grants portal is a different system. Your Submittable credentials will not work; you will need a grants portal account to apply for this grant.
  • If you have used the grants portal as both an artist and as a contact for a school or organization, be sure you log on with the correct account to apply for this grant.
  1. Follow the “Apply” link below. The grants portal will open in a new browser tab or window.
  2. Log on, then click the “Apply” link at the top of your Applicant Dashboard.
  3. Find “Arts Emergency Relief” in the list of available grant applications, and click the “Apply” button to the far right.

Not quite ready to apply? You can preview the application before you create an account or start an application.

After You Apply

The Grants Team will review submitted applications for completeness and compliance with guideline and application requirements. A review panel of arts professionals, including SCAC program staff and management, will evaluate the applications based on the published Review Criteria and Priority areas. An applicant’s numerical rating and panel comments are available to them upon request. Staff will then develop funding recommendations, based on these evaluations and the availability of funds. Recommendations will be presented to the Board of Commissioners, which makes final award decisions. Award notification is expected by the end of April 2021.

Review Criteria


  • Applicant indicates a commitment to craft and level of activity in their artistic field.
  • Applicant is a member of the S.C. Arts Directory

Financial Health

  • Applicant shows evidence of income lost during July 1-December 31, 2020 as a result of COVID-19.
  • Number of dependents
  • Access to other sources of emergency relief


  • Applicant resides within an SCAC FY21 Opportunity County
    • Allendale
    • Calhoun
    • Dillon
    • Edgefield
    • Laurens
    • Lee
    • Marion
    • Marlboro
    • Saluda
  • Applicant resides within a federally-designated Promise Zone county
    • Allendale
    • Bamberg
    • Barnwell
    • Colleton
    • Hampton
    • Jasper
  • Applicant did not receive an FY2020 SCAC Arts Emergency Relief grant.
  • Applicant has not received any other FY2021 SCAC grants.
  • Applicant has completed the S.C. Artists Pandemic Economic Impact Survey.

If your application is funded, you (and your fiscal agent/receiver, if applicable) will enter into a contractual agreement with the South Carolina Arts Commission, and you must comply with all requirements stated in that contract. You will receive notification and instructions when your contract is available in our online grants management system. You must submit your completed Contract Packet, including signatures and other documentation as instructed, by the date indicated in the system. You must also complete all other assigned Follow Ups by the due date given.

Please note: Any significant revisions to grant-funded activities must be approved in writing, in advance, by SCAC.

Additional details about managing an SCAC grant are available on our agency website.

Grant Payments

Payment will be released upon receipt and approval of the grant contract.

Funding Credit

This grant program is funded by the South Carolina Arts Foundation. In addition to giving credit to the SCAC and the National Endowment for the Arts, grantees must also credit this source in all advertising, news releases, printed materials, and promotion and publicity.

Final Report

No Final Report is required for Arts Emergency Relief Grants.


For additional information, please contact the Grants Team ( | 803.734.8695).

Grants Coaching

We also highly recommend a visit to our Grants Coaching webpage, for

Missed a group call or session? Look for the “Video” link to access a recording of that presentation.

FY20 Arts Emergency Relief Grants

The first round of SCAC Arts Emergency Relief Grants were awarded in June 2020, providing support to arts organizations and artists to offset losses caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Individual artists were eligible to receive up to $1,000; funding eligibility for organizations was determined by their budget size. The application period was April 29-May 15, 2020. The FY20 Relief Grant guidelines content is available as a PDF file.

FY20 Arts Emergency Relief grant awards totaled $506,736, funded in part by support from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) and the South Carolina Arts Foundation. A portion of CARES Act funding was granted to the NEA for distribution in part to state arts agencies like the SCAC. The subgranted funding was designated solely to provide relief to arts organizations in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The SCAC awarded 177 grants totaling $381,636 to South Carolina arts organizations. The Foundation and the donors to its South Carolina Artist Relief Fund campaign contributed around $50,000 of the $125,100 the SCAC spread among 168 individual artists.

This list of the South Carolina Arts Commission’s FY20 Arts Emergency Relief Grant Awards is also available as a PDF file.

34 West Theater Company Charleston $3,888
701 Center for Contemporary Art Richland $3,554
Aaron Railey Lexington $500
Adalia Ellis Florence $750
Adam Crowell Berkeley $750
Aiken Center for the Arts Aiken $3,176
Aiken Civic Orchestra Aiken $327
Aiken Community Theatre Inc. Aiken $2,693
Aiken Performing Arts Group, Inc. Aiken $2,933
Aiken Symphony Orchestra Aiken $2,350
Andrew Mille Charleston $750
Angela Easterling Greenville $1,000
Anita Blewer Charleston $750
Ann Brodie’s Carolina Ballet Richland $1,384
Annette Dees Grevious Orangeburg $1,000
Annex Dance Company Charleston $625
Arianne King Comer Charleston $750
Arpad Darazs Singers Lexington $625
Art Forms and Theatre Concepts, Inc. Charleston $1,737
Art League of Hilton Head Beaufort $3,888
Art Pot Multicultural Group Charleston $500
Artists Collective | Spartanburg (f.k.a. West Main Artists Cooperative) Spartanburg $2,056
Artists’ Guild of Spartanburg Spartanburg $1,738
Arts Access South Carolina Richland $ 10,967
Arts and Heritage Center of North Augusta Aiken $1,385
Arts Center of Coastal Carolina Beaufort $2,978
Arts Council of Chester County Chester $3,359
Arts Council of Greenwood County Greenwood $4,998
Arts Council of York County York $4,421
Ballet Spartanburg Spartanburg $4,798
Barnwell County Arts Council Barnwell $625
Beaufort Symphony Orchestra, Inc. Beaufort $1,303
Belton Center for the Arts, Inc. Anderson $2,333
Benjamin Weiss Charleston $500
Black Creek Arts Council, Inc Darlington $2,842
Bobby Branton Charleston $1,000
Bonnie Boiter-Jolley Richland $750
Brandon Nichols Dorchester $750
Buddy Strong Anderson $750
Bullets and Bandaids Spartanburg $500
Burroughs-Chapin Art Museum Horry $4,798
Camela Guevara Charleston $700
Cameron Williams Charleston $500
Carolina Art Association Charleston $3,126
Carolina Crown York $2,994
Carolina Dance Collaborative Greenville $2,583
Carolina Master Chorale Horry $1,978
Carolina Youth Symphony Greenville $3,970
Caroline Harper Richland $750
Caroline Stetler Charleston $500
Carrie Creech Greenville $750
Catherine Fleming Charleston $750
Cathy Hunter Colleton $750
Centre Stage – South Carolina! Greenville $4,466
Chamber Music Charleston Charleston $2,450
Chantale Gagne Charleston $750
Chapin Community Theatre Lexington $1,500
Chapman Cultural Center Spartanburg $3,118
Charleston Academy of Music Charleston $4,998
Charleston Artist Guild Charleston $3,158
Charleston Concert Band/Charleston Community Band Charleston $625
Charleston Gaillard Management Co. Charleston $1,563
Charleston Jazz Charleston $1,014
Charleston Stage Company, Inc. Charleston $2,779
Charleston Symphony Orchestra Charleston $2,985
Cherokee Historical and Preservation Society, Inc. Cherokee $625
Christina Chastain Lancaster $750
Christina Laurel Pickens $500
Christopher Lane Lexington $750
Cierra Asmond Richland $750
Circle Theatre Barnwell $500
City of Abbeville, The Abbeville $625
City of Charleston-Cultural Affairs Charleston $3,126
Clemson University – Brooks Center Pickens $1,500
Coastal Ballet USA Inc Charleston $500
Coastal Youth Ballet Theatre Horry $1,489
ColaJazz Foundation Richland $1,000
Colleton County Arts Council Colleton $1,000
Colour of Music Festival Charleston $1,000
Columbia Baroque Richland $625
Columbia Children’s Theatre Richland $4,998
Columbia Choral Society Richland $868
Columbia City Ballet Richland $2,843
Columbia City Jazz Conservatory Lexington $2,373
Columbia Museum of Art Richland $3,126
Columbia Music Festival Association Richland $2,870
Columbia Stage Society, Inc Richland $4,265
Connie Lippert Oconee $1,000
CREATE Conway, Inc. Horry $625
Creative Stylez Dance Company Richland $1,500
Cris Sumpter Charleston $500
Cultural Arts Center Fountain Inn Greenville $1,000
Cynthia Gibson Spartanburg $750
Cynthia Huston Charleston $750
Dana Rose Beaufort $500
Dance Matters Charleston $349
Daniel Mumm Charleston $1,000
Darion McCloud Richland $1,000
Daryl Knox Charleston $750
David Russell Kershaw $500
Debra Sherrill-Ward Charleston $750
Dennis Breedlove Florence $1,000
Dillon County Theatre Association Dillon $500
Donellia Chives Beaufort $1,000
Douglas Berky Pickens $750
Electric City Playhouse Anderson $1,000
Elisabeth Clonts Lexington $1,000
Elizabeth Ringus Barnwell $750
Emily Miller Charleston $750
Emma Barnes Beaufort $400
Emrys Foundation Greenville $1,500
Engaging Creative Minds Charleston $4,277
Enough Pie Charleston $1,780
Ensemble Eclectica Richland $625
Eric Jordan Charleston $500
Erika McKelvey Charleston $750
Fernanda Ornellas Caggiano Charleston $750
Fine Arts Center of Kershaw County Kershaw $4,230
Florence County Museum Florence $2,566
Florence Little Theatre Florence $3,789
Florence Regional Arts Alliance Florence $2,221
Florence Symphony Orchestra Florence $3,110
Foothills Philharmonic Greenville $625
Foothills Playhouse Pickens $1,000
Footlight Players Charleston $3,473
Fort Lawn Community Center Chester $1,489
Friday Arts Project York $475
Friends of Tapp’s Arts Center Richland $496
Gateway Arts Center/Council Oconee $625
George Vanderford Union $750
Gerald (Jerry) Stevenson Richland $750
Gerard Erley Richland $750
Gerry Thompson Horry $1,000
Gino Castillo Charleston $750
Greater Anderson Musical Arts Consortium Anderson $3,164
Greenville Arts Festival Greenville $3,126
Greenville Center for Creative Arts Greenville $4,099
Greenville Chautauqua Society Greenville $2,666
Greenville Civic Chorale Greenville $2,768
Greenville County Youth Orchestra Association Greenville $1,901
Greenville Jazz Collective Greenville $625
Greenville Light Opera Works Greenville $2,851
Greenville Symphony Association Greenville $3,126
Greenville Theatre Greenville $2,800
Greenwood Community Theatre Greenwood $4,004
Greenwood Performing Arts Greenwood $3,554
Gregg Barfield Anderson $1,000
Gregory Boatwright Lexington $500
Gullah Traveling Theatre Beaufort $625
Gwendolyn McKinnon Beaufort $1,000
Hagood Mill Foundation Pickens $1,500
Harold Meers Charleston $750
Heal with HeARTS Charleston $625
HEART Inclusive Arts Community Charleston $1,000
Heather Martinez Charleston $750
Hilton Head Choral Society Beaufort $2,851
Hilton Head Dance Theatre Beaufort $1,000
Hilton Head Symphony Orchestra Beaufort $3,200
Hirona Matsuda Charleston $750
Hub City Writers Project Spartanburg $3,573
Igor Begelman Greenville $750
Institute for Patient-Centered Design, Inc. Charleston $500
International Ballet Greenville $2,215
Irene Yereb Charleston $750
James King Greenville $750
James Wilson Bamberg $1,000
Janet Kozachek Orangeburg $750
Jean Barlow Lexington $750
Jean Hein Richland $750
Jennifer Weiss Charleston $500
Jessica Reynolds Anderson $750
Jill Bahr Charleston $1,000
Jim Litzinger Richland $750
Jo Ann Graham Beaufort $750
John Abraham Charleston $750
John Benson Spartanburg $750
John Durham Greenville $750
John Holenko Charleston $750
John Miranda Richland $750
John Tudor Lexington $750
John Wilkie Charleston $750
Jonathan Miller Charleston $500
Joseph Innella Charleston $750
Julia Jones Lexington $500
Kaminer Haislip Charleston $750
Karen (Alicia) Leeke Richland $750
Kate Osmond Charleston $750
Katherine Fix Richland $750
Katherine Rausch Spartanburg $750
Kathryn Collins Charleston $750
Kathy Prosser Oconee $1,000
Katie Badgett Dorchester $750
Keith Davis Greenville $750
Keith Tolen Richland $750
Kelsey Hunt Colleton $500
Key Changes Therapy Foundation, Inc. Lexington $1,500
Kim Hunter Charleston $750
Kimberly Lucia Charleston $500
Kimberly Roberts Lexington $1,000
Kristin Benson Spartanburg $750
Kristin Hall Lexington $500
Kristin LaRoy Greenville $750
Kristy Bishop Charleston $1,000
Lacy Miller Charleston $750
Lake City Creative Alliance Florence $1,000
Lancaster County Council of the Arts Lancaster $2,768
Larry Hough Lee $1,000
Laura Amiger Beaufort $1,000
Lauren Smith Charleston $500
Lean Ensemble Theater Beaufort $1,000
Lee County Arts Council Lee $495
Leslie Madden Charleston $500
Lexington Community Band Lexington $1,500
Libby Imbody Oconee $1,000
Liz Reeder Charleston $500
Long Bay Symphonic Society, Inc. Horry $3,554
Margaret Hoybach Dorchester $750
Maria Mebane Charleston $1,000
Maria White Ceramics Charleston $1,000
Maribel Acosta Charleston $1,000
Marina Cantlon Charleston $500
Marionette Theatre of South Carolina Richland $4,998
Mark Rapp Richland $750
Market Theatre Company, The Anderson $2,333
Marlanda Dekine Georgetown $750
Marlboro Civic Center Foundation Marlboro $1,000
Maurice Gelpi Berkeley $750
McClellanville Arts Council Charleston $2,999
McCormick Arts Council at the Keturah McCormick $3,110
Melanie (Kellie) Jacobs Charleston $750
Melanie Minette Hand Charleston $500
Metropolitan Arts Council Greenville $3,126
Michael Daniel Horry $750
Michael Rodriguez Dorchester $750
Michael Story Lexington $750
Michaela Pilar Brown Richland $1,000
Michel McNinch Richland $1,000
Michele Blank Charleston $750
Mira Scott Beaufort $750
Morris Center for Lowcountry Heritage Jasper $2,538
Music Foundation of Spartanburg Spartanburg $3,346
Music in Landrum (Young Classicals) Spartanburg $625
Myllasa Riggins Richland $750
Myra Bowie Charleston $500
Nakeisha Daniel Charleston $750
Nancy Davidson Charleston $750
Natalie Daise Georgetown $750
Newberry Museum, The Newberry $1,000
Newberry Opera House Foundation Newberry $3,200
North Charleston Pops Charleston $2,851
Oconee Community Theatre Oconee $500
Orangeburg County Fine Arts Center Orangeburg $1,999
Palmetto Luna Arts Richland $625
Pat Conroy Literary Center Beaufort $3,074
Patricia Mixon Lexington $750
Patrick Marzett Charleston $500
Pawleys Island Concert Band Georgetown $625
Pawleys Island Festival of Music and Art Georgetown $1,978
Peace Center Foundation Greenville $2,880
Penelope Winslow Chester $750
Philip Lipton Charleston $750
Photo SC Richland $1,500
Port Royal Sound Foundation Beaufort $4,265
Preserving Our Southern Appalachian Music Pickens $1,385
Proud Mary Theatre Company Spartanburg $1,500
Public Works Art Center Dorchester $1,500
Puppetry Arts Theatre of Charleston Charleston $625
PURE Theatre Charleston $3,473
Quintin Chaplin Charleston $500
Redux Contemporary Art Center Charleston $4,998
Rensing Center Pickens $625
Responsible ARTistry, Inc. Beaufort $500
Richard Holgate Charleston $750
Robert Helmkamp Charleston $750
Robert Maniscalco Dorchester $1,000
Robert Reed Charleston $750
Rock Hill Symphony Orchestra York $1,500
Roderice Gilliam-Wheeler Spartanburg $750
Roy (Ike) Carpenter Edgefield $1,000
Russell Bratcher Charleston $1,000
S. C. Bach Greenville $625
Sadie Nichols Dorchester $750
Sallie Bowers Charleston $500
Sandlapper Singers Richland $1,385
Sandra Roper Greenville $500
Scott Henderson Charleston $750
Sculpture in the South Dorchester $875
Seacoast Artists Guild Horry $1,000
Seth Gangwer Colleton $750
Shelia Thompson Charleston $750
Sherard Duvall Richland $750
Sigal Music Museum AKA Carolina Music Foundation Greenville $3,110
Singers of Summerville Dorchester $1,500
South Carolina Artisans Center Colleton $2,221
South Carolina Children’s Theatre Greenville $2,667
South Carolina Philharmonic. Inc. Richland $2,961
South Carolina State Museum Foundation Richland $1,000
South Carolina Theatre Association Greenville $823
South Carolina Watermedia Society Charleston $971
South Carolina Writers Association Richland $1500
Southern Guitar Festival and Competition Richland $625
Spartanburg Art Museum Spartanburg $3,675
Spartanburg Little Theatre Spartanburg $4,242
Speaking Down Barriers Spartanburg $3,554
Spoleto Festival USA Charleston $2,694
Stacey Bradley Charleston $750
Stan Gill Charleston $750
Steam Ed Publishing/A Backpack Journalist Charleston $500
Stephen Webb Charleston $750
Sue-Ham Community Development Center Williamsburg $500
Sumter Civic Dance Company Sumter $625
Sumter County Gallery of Art Sumter $2,450
Susan Gregory Charleston $750
Susan Lenz Richland $750
Sweet Adelines International-Heart of Columbia Lexington $625
Sylvia Hiers Orangeburg $750
Sze Man Cecilia HO Greenville $1,000
Tate Nation Charleston $500
Teena Wilder Sumter $250
Theatre of the Republic Horry $2,553
Theatre on the Move Inc. Greenville $500
Thomas Garrett Aiken $500
Thomas Meddaugh Charleston $500
Thomas Williams Charleston $1,000
Timothy Davis Greenville $750
Timothy Lowry Dorchester $1,000
Timothy Young Charleston $1,000
Tom Poland Richland $500
Tomas Jakubek Charleston $750
Toni Coffman Charleston $750
Trané N’Chel Charleston $750
Trustus, Inc. Richland $2,779
Union County Carnegie Library Union $625
USC – Koger Center for the Arts Richland $1,500
Varna International Music Academy Richland $1,500
Victoria Glover Lexington $750
Village Repertory Co Charleston $3,634
Warehouse Theatre Greenville $4,466
Watering Hole Poetry Organization, The Richland $625
William Miller Horry $750
Wits End Poetry Greenville $1,777
Workshop Theatre of SC Richland $2,605
Yasufumi Ishida Horry $750
Zachary Zaba Lexington $750
Zandrina Dunning Charleston $500
Zoe Naselaris Charleston $750
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