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Announcements

Clarity, Curiosity, and Continuance | Team Resilience

This multi-medium work of art was born in the Greenville, SC-based TEDxHeritageGreen 2021 Artists Project, during which unlikely collaborators were thrown together and challenged to CREATE. With only five weeks and the springboard word “resilience,” the artists delivered a beautiful, ethereal piece. The video debuted during TEDxHeritageGreen 2021: TRUTH, held in three short virtual sessions on April 23, 25, and 27.  ARTIST COLLABORATORS: Darby Wilcox, singer-songwriter (“Eyes In The Back Of His Head”

written and performed by Darby Wilcox) / Gina Buntz, choreographer / Keith Grace, visual artist / Laura Blume, visual artist. ADDITIONAL CREDITS: Special thanks to the Fine Arts Center (FAC) for the use of the dance studio. Dancers/performers- Jessica Lyons, Lillian Mozie, Tyler Pearson from FAC Dance; Videographer/editor- Mark Berry; Sound engineer- David Sims./p


Message from Mr. Popat

I hope you are having a wonderful summer so far! Please click on the image to access the FAC Summer Update.

We also post all of the newsletters on our website at Parents/Communication.

SMORE summer update


New Assistant Director - Nicole Michel

Nicole Michel

Welcome to our new Assistant Director, Nicole Michel!

Nicole, tell us a little about yourself...

My name is Nicole Michel, and I am thrilled and honored to be joining the Fine Arts Center family as assistant director for the 2021 school year. A native of Charleston, I always wanted to be an educator. I attended Furman University and earned masters degrees in literature from Middlebury College's Bread Loaf School of English and educational leadership from Clemson University. I have worked in Greenville County Schools as an English teacher, coach, and administrator for fifteen years but am most excited to work alongside the talented faculty, staff, and students of the Fine Arts Center. I live in Greenville with my husband, Kevin; stepson, Nate; and rescue pup, Zadie.


CRASHTEST Magazine

Check out the latest edition of CRASHTEST, published by the Creative Writing program. Congratulations to the design team: Luisa Peñaflor, Rain Carroll, and Roni Buehring. 

crashtest magazine


Big Body Play

Tiger Strikes Asteroid Greenville (TSA GVL) and the Fine Arts Center (FAC) are excited to present their summer exhibition, BIG BODY PLAY in the Sheffield Wood Gallery.

Big Body

BIG BODY PLAY is an exhibition that uses humor and imagination to explore the banality of the everyday. This show uses playful colors and materials, in plush, oversized forms to celebrate boredom, experimentation, and absurdity. Addressing themes of the body, pop culture, nostalgia, and domesticity, this collection of soft sculptures highlights the fascination these artists have with their materials and their love of “playing” in the studio. These works push scale while using current material culture as inspiration - these objects tell personal narratives, make punny jokes, and address our need for recreation and distraction.

For more information please contact TSA GVL at TSA and FAC at April Dauscha.

Kitchen Glove

Exhibition Dates

June 7 - September 10, 2021
  
Reception
September 10, 2021

6:30-8 pm

Artist presentations from 6:30-7 pm


By Appointment Only

Gallery Hours:

June 7th - September 10th

Monday - Thursday

10am - 4pm