By James Harley | Thursday, January 29, 3:51 pm
Theater is among the most interesting forms of art largely due to its multidimensional nature, drawing together literature and its inherent ideas, sound (both vocal and manufactured), images and motion, all presented live and thus demanding a high level of perfection.
By David Lowry | Monday, January 26, 3:09 pm
This project of the USC Symphony was a significant educational tool for the orchestra in addition to bringing Palmer’s wonderful music to a South Carolina audience.
By Dan Cook | Monday, January 26, 2:26 pm
Allen University is opening a new poetry center named for Langston Hughes, a major figure of the Harlem Renaissance.
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By Free Times | Wednesday, January 28, 2015
If you haven’t seen the City Ballet's Off the Wall before — and even if you have — it’s worth it to witness the creative intersection of dance and the visual arts in this production.
By Shani Gilchrist | Wednesday, January 21, 2015
Ethel Brody was an unassuming woman who changed Columbia’s art scene forever.
Columbia has long been home to a vibrant local arts community, and it’s only getting more active.
By James Scott | Sunday, January 25, 2:25 pm
I'll never underestimate Channing Tatum again.
By James Scott | Friday, January 16, 11:08 pm
Can you ever really come home from combat?