We’ll talk to nationally celebrated artist, and Rock Hill trailblazer, Harriet Marshall Goode about the evolution of sensibilities in Old Town and the culture, at large. She’ll talk about her personal growth from the kid with the dream of design, to her status as a historical figure in national and regional art. She’ll also talk about watching Old Town Rock Hill thrive since moving to Main Street in 2001.
She received The Medal of Honor in the Arts presented by Winthrop University, Career Achievement Award by Converse College, Volunteer of the Year Award by the Arts Council of York County, Keepers of the Culture Award by the Museum of York County, Honorary BFA degree, Winthrop University.
Harriet is a Rock Hill native who studied art at Converse College, where she was eventually honored with a Career Achievement Award. She’s also received The Medal of Honor in the Arts presented by Winthrop University. Her female-focused paintings have won top awards in juried competitions across the country for over 35 years. She’s been featured in countless exhibitions in the region, national publications, and is been a member of many prominent local boards.