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Arts, A/V Technology & Communications
"The arts are all about self-expression, but unless you refine the techniques you need to get your message to your audience, you might as well be talking to yourself. That’s why the South Carolina Arts, AV Technology, and Communications career cluster focuses both on the act of creation and on the technologies that make artistic creation and communication possible. Whether you prefer crafting the message or delivering it, plenty of satisfying jobs in the arts exist in South Carolina."
Pathways to Success: Arts, Audio/Video Technology & Communications Edition . Accessed October 1, 2015. ed.sc.gov
VideoGlenna Barlow gives a brief overview of the Columbia Museum of Art, its history, and mission.
VideoAllison Pitre (Meadowfield Elementary School) leads an art lesson on creating poetry in a portrait, which is half of a portrait, containing a poem in the background.
VideoAllison Pitre (Meadowfield Elementary School) leads an art lesson on creating textured seascapes.
VideoKayla Hostetler (Aiken High School) teaches a lesson on deconstructing and analyzing the themes of poems.
VideoChristy Nexsen (Manning Primary School) teaches a lesson about writing, and the functions of nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs.
VideoKathleen Pennyway (Dreher High School) and Martha Hearn (Hand Middle School) lead viewers through a series of acting and theater exercises.
VideoShortly after Cathy Hughes joined The Times and Democrat in Orangeburg in 1972, she got a call from the society editor who said, “Cathy, The Times and Democrat’s on fire.” Hughes and her husband...
VideoGeorgia O’Keeffe created many charcoal art drawings during her time in Columbia, and her works eventually made their way to New York, earning the recognition of Alfred Stieglitz. O’Keeffe briefly...
VideoGeorgia O’Keeffe sought to find a place where she could not only support herself financially, but also where her artistic career could grow. O’Keeffe came to Columbia, South Carolina in 1915, where...