Myrtle Beach Events

The Spring Festival of Dance 2017 – help support

This is a very busy time of year for the school and it is all so exciting and fun! Preparations for our annual Spring Festival of Dance are now in full swing. The Spring Festival of Dance is Coastal Dance Centre’s year-end performance for the dance year. It is an opportunity for our students to showcase what they have learned during the course of the year and be involved in an onstage performance. Spring Festival of Dance Reminders Parents are requested to check their emails for important information and reminders that will be sent out to all participants regarding upcoming rehearsals […]

Jackie Stacharowski solo show at Wm Miller Gallery

JACKIE STACHAROWSKI SOLO SHOW April 5th – 12th William Miller Gallery Jackie Stacharowski is pleased to announce her one woman show Body Language at our gallery, the William H. Miller Gallery. This show will feature over 30 of her original paintings that explore both the inner-personal and the inter-personal relationships we all experience. The opening reception will be held on Friday, April 7th from 6 to 8 p.m. and please come back on Saturday April 8th at 2 p.m. to see artist Jackie Stacharowski talk about her work at the Gallery. Our gallery is located on 714 Main Street, Myrtle […]

John Morken photos on display at the Art Bar during April

  Thanks very much to Linda Weatherspoon and the Art Burger and Sushi Bar, downtown Myrtle Beach for displaying and selling my photos during the month of April.  They are all of the Marshwalk in Murrells Inlet on a foggy morning.  16X20 canvas $79, 16X20 metal $109, 18X24 canvas $89.

Dana Ridenour a finalist in prestigious national book competition

Dana, of Murrells Inlet, submitted her first novel along with 1400 other entrants and now she is one of the 3 finalists for the Gold or Silver Award for new fiction authors at the Ben Franklin Book Competition.  She will be signing her book Behind The Mask at the Art Works Festival in the Litchfield Exchange Building (behind Applewoods restaurant) this Saturday, March 25 from 2 to 5 pm  

Y.A.M. Winners!

Moving on to the State Youth Art Month exhibit & competition: Preston Batten (Kindergarten) Ocean Drive Elementary “Untitled” Traniya Graham (2nd grade) Waccamaw Elementary “Rooster” Nova Baker (7th grade) Black Water Middle School “Eye of the Storm” Gage Eisenhardt (8th grade) Forestbrook Middle School “Untitled” Glenn Courtney (10th grade) AAST “Through the eyes of the Innocent” Tim Hunter (12th grade) AAST “The Rough Rider” Kindergarten-2nd grade Winners 3-D Design: 1st -Matthew Volante (2nd grade) Waccamaw Elementary in Pawley’s Island “Mixed up Miro” 2-D Design: 1st –E’Liya Mitchell (2nd grade) Midland Elementary “Wayne Thiebaud Paper Cupcakes” 2nd – Grace Davis (1st […]

Y.A.M. (Youth Art Month) Competition

Each year, roughly 100 K-12 local art students compete to go onto the statewide competition where there are cash awards to the winners.  There was an intermediate school student from our area that won last year.  Here are some of the top entrants from this year…such talent!   Jen Pierce, MB HS art teacher and coordinator of the competition.  

Art & Music Exhibition coming Mar 24

Daila Levy, an art student at HGTC is putting together an evening of art for sale with musical performance Fri, Mar. 24, 5-9pm at the Fresh Brewed Coffee House, 933 Broadway St. downtown (next to City Hall).  It will be her first of hopefully many to come events in our revitalizing downtown.

Artwalk photos

Myrtle Beach’s inaugural First Friday Artwalk took place Friday, March 3.  It was a big success with a great turnout, interesting diverse art, generous food and drink and warm comaraderie.  Thank you to Carl Kerridge for most of these photos. Carl Kerridge’s Gallery: Tom Pardue’s Gallery: Forrest Daves’ Howard Gallery: William Miller’s Gallery:   Larry Bond’s Art Bar: Jack Thompson’s Gallery:                              Fresh Brewed Coffee House (didn’t get a photo of art inside)                   

Annual Academy of Arts Senior Show

The show kicked off at Carl Kerridge’s gallery at last Friday’s Artwalk.  In a week it will move to The Chapin Library for the next month.  Photos by Carl Kerridge.    teacher Rick Spivey

New literary group forming!

    Matthew Dapitan,  February 3 at 11:14pm Greetings of peace and prosperity! I am seeking a number of folks who would like to start a bi-monthly literature workshop and visual art gathering. Vibes, a regular poet at Fresh Brewed started day one and I personally would like to keep that artist community spirit alive and active. Its just a matter of looking for more like minded folks who would want to give and receive Passages of their time, their stories and their passions. Everyone is welcome to participate! The theme changes every two weeks. Laureate (or leader) of the […]

CCU students perform with Carolina Master Chorale

Six CCU students recently performed four concerts with the Carolina Master Chorale, the premiere symphonic chorus in the region, Feb. 10-12. The student performers were winners of the Carolina Master Chorale/Coastal Carolina University Student Vocal Competition, held in November 2017. Student performers included seniors Whitney Daniels, a vocal performance major; Francesca Brown, Brian Bruno, Paige Mason, and Corey Ryan, all BFA musical theater majors; and junior Sarah Parker, a BFA musical theater major. They performed solos from Broadway and operatic repertoire, with and without chorus. The Valentine’s weekend program was titled “All You Need is Love” and was performed in […]