By Greg Barnes | Friday, December 12, 12:39 pm
A review of the Chamber on Main concert held Dec. 11 at the Columbia Museum of Art
By Amanda Ladymon | Thursday, December 11, 12:20 pm
More than 1,000 artists from the Southeast applied to take part in ArtFields 2015 in Lake City, S.C.
By Dan Cook | Wednesday, December 10, 12:01 am
A couple of weeks ago, Jason Cobb, company manager of the Columbia City Ballet, headed down to the bank to make a monthly payment on the company’s $148,000 debt.
By Dan Cook | Monday, December 8, 11:20 am
The South Carolina Philharmonic has signed a contract renewal with the popular conductor that will keep him on as music director through the 2018-19 season.
8 Days a Week
By Free Times | Wednesday, December 17, 2014
R&B singer Chris Brown will forever be known as the guy who assaulted his then-girlfriend, Rihanna, back in 2009. But that’s not the only thing he’s famous for.
Talent Beneath Our Noses
By Shani Gilchrist | Wednesday, December 17, 2014
There was a bit of “Who’s On First?” happening last Thursday when it came to the opening reception for Watch Paint with Osamu Kobayashi at Gallery 80808.
Ghosts of Christmas Past
By David Travis Bland | Wednesday, December 17, 2014
With the onset of cold and darker days, December covers typically sun-touched Columbia with an introspective temper.
Camera to Canvas
By Tom Mack | Wednesday, December 10, 2014
In a controversial text on the subject, contemporary British artist David Hockney contends that as far back as the 16th century, painters have utilized optical devices — including the camera obscura and camera lucida — to reproduce a fleeting image.
S.C. Authors, S.C. Books
By Charlie Nutt | Wednesday, December 17, 2014
This is the first of a new series of suspense novels by Gilmore, who previously published five novels in the political Levels of Power series
Columbia has long been home to a vibrant local arts community, and it’s only getting more active.
By James Scott | Saturday, December 13, 6:24 pm
No movie is going to be 100% accurate, and 3,000 years ago, who knows what really happened?
By James Scott | Saturday, December 13, 9:41 am
I typically hate movies about show business, but "Top Five" joins "Birdman" in that rare class that I can enjoy.