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Public invited to concert dedicating new grand piano at the South Carolina School of the Arts

Music lovers and friends of Anderson University’s South Carolina School of the Arts are invited to a special concert commemorating a rare occasion: the dedication of a new seven-foot Steinway & Sons grand piano. The...

Play tells story of Jewish girl who kept hundreds of letters during and after time in Nazi camps

Arlene Hutton’s play Letters to Sala will be performed in Anderson University’s Belk Theatre February 19-22. Performances will begin at 7:30 each evening with a 2:00 p.m. matinee on Saturday. The play is based on the tr...

Graphic design students win most of local American Advertising Federation student ADDY awards

Graphic design students win most of local American Advertising Federation student ADDY awards As a further testament to Anderson University's outstanding graphic design program, South Carolina School of the Arts graphi...

Festival of Keys to feature radio host, musicians playing keyboards simultaneously

The South Carolina School of the Arts is pleased to bring back a community favorite in musical performance, The Festival of Keys, on February 8 at 7:30 p.m. in the Henderson Auditorium of the Rainey Fine Arts Center. A...

Festival of Keys

Anderson’s Popular “Festival of Keys” Returns

The South Carolina School of the Arts is pleased bring back a community favorite in musical performance, The Festival of Keys, on February 8th at 7:30pm in the Henderson Auditorium of the Rainey Fine Arts Center. A must...

Christmas First Night

The community invited to Christmas First Night performances

Christmas First Night, an Anderson University tradition, features the best instrumental and vocal music, dance, and theatre from the South Carolina School of the Arts, all with an emphasis on the joy of the Christmas sea...

Mike Roylance

Boston Symphony Orchestra tuba player to perform at the South Carolina School of the Arts

Boston Symphony Orchestra tuba player Mike Roylance will perform at the South Carolina School of the Arts at 7:30 p.m. Monday, November 11, in Daniel Recital Hall of the Rainey Fine Arts Building. Tickets are $5 for the...

Wind Ensemble

Wind Ensemble to perform music, host costume contest on Halloween

The Anderson University Wind Ensemble will present its annual Costume Concert on Thursday, October 31, at 7:00 p.m. on campus in the Rainey Fine Arts Center. This year's theme, "Children's Music," will include performanc...

Debbie Millman Exhibit

Work by graphic design, branding leader on display at Vandiver Gallery

Work by Debbie Millman, one of the world’s leading figures in graphic design and visual branding is on exhibit at AU’s Vandiver Gallery. On November 13, she will visit campus to discuss her work in a public lecture in th...

West African master drummer to perform with AU students Oct. 29

The South Carolina School of the Arts often brings in guest musicians to introduce students to different musical styles and traditions, but few artists have captivated AU students as much as current artist-in-residence B...

Into the Woods

AU Playhouse presents the musical Into the Woods Oct. 23-26

AU Playhouse presents the musical Into the Woods Oct. 23-26 The AU Playhouse of the South Carolina School of the Arts will present the musical Into the Woods at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 23-26 at the Rainey Fine Arts Center on ca...

Toni Scott

Toni Scott engages South Carolina School of the Arts students

The day after Toni Scott shared images and media coverage of her work capturing the experience of American slaves, the California-based multi-media artist, worked for more than four hours alongside Anderson Universi...

The Corn is Green

AU Playhouse presents The Corn is Green

The AU Playhouse of the South Carolina School of the Arts will present The Corn is Green at the Belk Theatre of the Rainey Fine Arts Center September 25-28. The story by Emlyn Williams is a now-classic play about an ins...

AU Rep Theatre

High school students to perform June 26-29 in the South Carolina School of the Arts summer theatre

The South Carolina School of the Arts will offer a college course intended for high school students earning college hours this summer. The AU Rep Theatre is an exciting three-week theatre experience for high school theat...

Ceramic Sale

Public invited to purchase original ceramics by AU students

The popular spring ceramic sale at Anderson University makes its return April 26 and 27. Anderson University art students and faculty are giving the public a chance to purchase original bowls, mugs, plates and sculptures...

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