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Tag: arts management
College of Charleston alums Margaret Furniss ‘00 and Ashley Warnock ‘00 have teamed up to bring market/cafe Caviar & Bananas to new locations in Greenville, South Carolina and Nashville, Tennessee.
In his new role, the School of the Arts alum will promote the arts throughout the Palmetto State.
Freshman Josh Bristow’s dance performances at basketball games are unforgettable and have made him a local celebrity. See him in action at the James Madison game on Feb. 11, 2016.
As director of special events at Carnegie Hall in New York City, Ginger Vallen ‘05 thrives in the fast-paced, high-pressure world of fundraising and event planning.
On Nov. 11, 2015, archivists, historians and others will discuss ways to preserve and manage the thousands of gifts and memorabilia that mourners and others left at Emanuel AME Church in the wake of the shootings.
Since graduating from the College in 2014, the arts management major has been living his dream as a recording artist and touring musician. He credits his professors with helping jumpstart his career.
Ashley Arnold ’08, who is featured on the cover of College of Charleston Magazine, has won trail races of 50 and 100 miles. But her biggest victory was rediscovering her passion for running and for life.
The voice of Jeanette Guinn, visiting assistant professor of arts management, is ubiquitous on South Carolina radio airwaves. You can hear her most days as host of ETV Radio’s Arts Daily.