Locker Contents


Locker Contents


If you did not empty your locker in April prior to leaving for home as instructed, you may still be able to find contents in Rutledge G31.

Please pick up before Monday, August 29 in Rutledge G31 or the materials will be distributed to where ever.


Tom Stanley

Work Study



How about working in the fine arts woods shop?


Seeking students capable of maintaining a clean, organized, and safe working dynamic within the wood shop. Studio monitors are tasked with observing and assisting students as they work during open studio hours, and notifying the studio technician of needed repairs and maintenance. Therefore, an understanding of basic tool use and shop fundamentals is preferred, but not necessary. Students interested in learning shop skills are also encouraged to apply.


Above all, a studio monitor’s primary goal is the facilitation of a safe and productive communal working space.


Information at 305 McLaurin or email Andrew Davis at

Laura Gardner and Laura Dufresne led 16 scholars from across the US in the NEH Seminar for University Educators.


Fine Arts faculty Laura Gardner and Laura Dufresne led 16 scholars from across the US in the NEH Seminar for University Educators, “Take Note & Remember: The Commonplace Book and Its American Descendants” in Asheville, July 2016.


Amanda and Mike

Amanda and Mike

Fine Arts Alumni Presentation Series


Thursday / Sept 15 – 7:30 pm / 119 Rutledge
Mat Duncan, SAM

Tuesday / Oct 25 – 7:30 pm / 119 Rutledge
Rueben and Kathleen Bloom, Basic Cable

Tuesday / Nov. 15 – 7:30 pm / 119 Rutledge
Laura (Ferguson) Chumah, SOCO Gallery

Tuesday / January 17 – 7:30 pm / 119 Rutledge
Kaminer Haislip, Sivlersmilth and Designer

Tuesday / Feb. 7 – 7:30 pm / 119 Rutledge
Jessica Calloway and Morgan McWhite, Fort Mill Schools

Tuesday / March 28 – 7:30 pm / 119 Rutledge
Paul Matheny, SCSM