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    Spotlight on Rusty Sox

    A Columbia native and graduate of the University of South Carolina with a degree in Broadcast Journalism, Russell (Rusty) Sox has been a valuable member of our arts community through his commitment to the South Carolina Arts Commission and involvement in many other arts organizations around town. Rusty is the Senior Manager for Program Development at SCAC, as well as their Program Director for the Elizabeth O’Neill Verner Governor’s Awards for the Arts. His dedication can be witnessed through his constant involvement as a performer and supporter for the arts. We were able to sit down with Rusty to learn more about what motivates him and his work.

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    Kristin Morris

    Kristin Morris graduated from the University of South Carolina in 2005 after studying video production and documentary filmmaking. Her passion for the arts has since launched her into a multitude of different roles crucial to the Columbia arts scene. Morris worked at the Nickelodeon Theatre from 2007-2009 as a part-time projectionist and returned this February as the marketing manager. The Nickelodeon’s big move to Main Street took place during her time away. While she loved the old theatre and says it still holds a special place in her heart, she was thrilled to return to the Nickelodeon organization at a new and state of the art location.

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    Vote for Jasper 2014 Artists of the Year

    Voting is now open for choosing the Jasper 2014 Artists of the Year! You can find out all about the finalists in Dance, Music, Literary Arts, Theatre, and Visual Arts in our finalists profiles. Then visit the Jasper 2014 Artists of the Year Ballot and cast your vote. Voting will end at midnight on Monday, [...]

  • Jasper Magazine - Vol 4 Issue 1 - Sept / Oct 2014
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    Art from the Ashes: Columbia Artists Respond to the 150th Aniversary of the Burning of Their City

    Jasper and Muddy Ford Press are pleased to announce the artist roster for a new project being conducted in conjunction with One Columbia and Historic Columbia’s commemoration of the sesquicentennial of the burning of the city. Read more on Read more on the Jasper Blog.

  • Jasper is pleased to announce that Fall Lines — a literary convergence is on the streets after two exciting celebrations of its release.

    Jasper Celebrates Fall Lines Release

    Read more about Fall Lines on What Jasper Said

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    Cindi Boiter Receives Individual 2014 Elizabeth O’Neill Verner Award

    Writer, editor, publisher, donor, patron, organizer and arts advocate, Cynthia Boiter has had a remarkable and continuing impact on the arts community in South Carolina. A widely published writer, Boiter is a six-time author for the South Carolina Fiction Project, a three-time winner of the Piccolo Fiction Open, and a recipient of fellowships in fiction [...]

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  • Jasper Magazine Volume 3 Issue 3

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Art from the Ashes: Columbia Artists Respond to the 150th Aniversary of the Burning of Their City

Jasper and Muddy Ford Press are pleased to announce the artist roster for a new project being conducted in conjunction with One Columbia and Historic Columbia’s commemoration of the sesquicentennial of the burning of the city. Read more on Read more on the Jasper Blog.

Jasper is pleased to announce that Fall Lines — a literary convergence is on the streets after two exciting celebrations of its release.

Jasper Celebrates Fall Lines Release

Read more about Fall Lines on What Jasper Said