The relationship between the STEM disciplines and the arts will be on display at two Clemson locations during Artisphere May 13-15 in downtown Greenville. Building on the success of last year’s Clemson STEAM tent, the Clemson STEAM Network is back in force, with more than a dozen hands-on, interactive exhibits. The first location – next […]
A dream since Kerrie Seymour's time in college, she got tired of telling herself she was “going to” pursue working as a voice actor.
The Center for Visual Arts at Clemson University was recently awarded an over $7,000 Arts Education Project (AEP) grant by the South Carolina Arts Commission (SCAC) for creating an art exhibition collaborating with more than 300 students throughout the Upstate.
Clemson University assistant professor of theater Richard St. Peter has been named a Fulbright Scholar as a visiting professor at the University of Craiova in Romania beginning this fall.
Clemson University student ensembles highlight April at the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts as it closes out its season.
Pulitzer Prize-winner Charles Simic, the 15th Poet Laureate of the Unites States, will headline the ninth annual Clemson Literary Festival. He will present a public reading at 8 pm. Thursday, April 7, at Clemson University Alumni Center.
Jack and David Stevenson have made a big impact in the Clemson community in very different capacities for almost five decades.
Clemson University visual art students will be on full display this spring in the Clemson University Center for Visual Art’s (CVA) gallery spaces.
Clemson University and the city of Clemson will host the popular and unique celebration of the arts with the signature town-gown event “Passport to the Arts” 6-9:30 p.m. March 4.
Clemson University’s Brooks Center for the Performing Arts plans a wide variety of performances in March, from the Creole Carnival of globalFEST to the athletic dance ensemble Pilobolus.
Hundreds of students across the state will launch rockets, filter “contaminated” water and build support structures as part of a Clemson University program aimed at inspiring the next generation of engineers and scientists. EMAG!NE will hold 14 events in nine cities through May, including a swing through North Charleston on Saturday at the SCE&G Energy Innovation Center, 1250 Supply St.
There is no rule stating that faculty and students concerned with shaping young minds can’t also showcase their love of the performing arts. One assistant professor and two students from the Eugene T. Moore School of Education will do just that in the upcoming Clemson Players production of the musical “She Loves Me.” Drew Whitley, […]
Clemson University’s Charles H. Houston Center for the Study of the Black Experience in Education launched a biannual lecture series to encourage conversation and highlight research about issues affecting African-Americans across the educational continuum. Cherese Fine, program coordinator at the Charles H. Houston Center, and DeShawn Preston, a doctoral student and graduate research assistant at […]
A reading by U.S. Poet Laureate Charles Simic is the featured event of the ninth annual Clemson Literary Festival April 6-8.
During the month-long research and creation period, the students used library books and carts to create their sculptures on-site in Cooper.