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Creative Industries

Oct 13, 2021

Three local ventures win inaugural GVL Starts pitch event

More than 25 Greenville entrepreneurs vied for a total of $15,000 in small business grants last week in a Shark Tank-style competition in the halls of the old Bank of America building.

Oct 4, 2021

Netflix creates $5.4M scholarship to honor Anderson native

Washington D.C.'s Howard University will offer a full four-year scholarship for students of the performing arts through Netflix's donation in honor of late Anderson native Chadwick Boseman.

Sep 21, 2021

Erwin and Coach Harkes talk about leadership

Endeavor's next Collaborators and Cocktails speaker series will feature Erwin Creates and Greenville Triumph founder Joe Erwin, along with Greenville Triumph SC head coach John Harkes at 5 p.m. on Sept. 28 at the Endeavor offices.

Sep 16, 2021

Upstate Weekend: Sarah Jarosz, Old Time Fiddling Convention

Some of the greats of bluegrass and ‘nu-grass’ will be showing up on Upstate marquees this fall, starting with next Monday’s performance of four-time Grammy Award-winner Sarah Jarosz and some champion fiddlers from clos

Sep 16, 2021

Architects hand $111M conference center plans to city

LS3P and LNM Architects have passed the torch back to the city of Greenville. Plans for the $111 million conference center would give the city more sellable event space than Charleston, Myrtle Beach and Savannah or Chattanooga, Tenn.

Sep 13, 2021

Skilled Trades Alliance partners with NGU

The Skilled Trades Alliance, a startup nonprofit organization in Greenville, has partnered with North Greenville University to provide internship opportunities to NGU's marketing, management and digital art/communications students.

Sep 9, 2021

Upstate Weekend: Salsa at Sunset

Some say summer ends with Labor Day, but Upstate International and Pura Alegría might say it concludes with salsa instead. The last installment of Salsa at Sunset will feature live Latin music, a free dance lesson and hours of kicks.

Aug 23, 2021

Artisphere attracts record sales for artists

Artisphere 2021’s return to Greenville’s South Main Street brought with it an estimated economic impact of $2 million, according to festival planners. Artists also saw record sales despite social distancing and size restrictions.

Aug 4, 2021

Studio, cleanroom manufacturer invests $2M in Greenville

Modular structure manufacturer Mecart Inc. will bring its next facility to Greenville with a promise to create 50 jobs. Recent projects range from a post-production studio for a video game designer to a steel manufacturing control room.

Jul 29, 2021

Greenville Theatre reopens doors under new artistic director

The Greenville Theatre will introduce the work of new producing artistic director, Max Quinlan, to the Emerald City through the theater’s first live performance in 16 months tonight.

Jul 22, 2021

Fluor Field hosts Aerospace Night flyover

Fluor Field is joining forces with the S.C. Council on Competitiveness and the SC Aerospace team to celebrate Aerospace Night with a flyover and Lockheed exhibit before the Greenville Drive's game against the Greensboro Grasshoppers.

Jun 29, 2021

Renovation of West Greenville icon nears completion

As the 7,600-square-foot interior of Greenville's Flat Iron building nears the end of its renovation this summer, project leaders from SHLTR Architects and Southerland Construction shed light on their vision for the building's future.