Musician and artist Scott Nurkin talks about the changing nature of his work and environment in the information age.
We’ll talk to designer/developer Adam Gautsch about all the changes he’s seen in more than a decade of web work. Also, we’ll talk about changing perspectives on things like transportation and the nature of employment.
This week, we’ll talk about what it’s like for musicians building their life in a small town. We’ll talk about opportunity for musical pursuits, how they’ve changed with technology and cultural growth, and explore the personal value of creativity.
We’ll talk to local artist Amanda Varney about the growing arts scene in Old Town Rock Hill.
Micah and Chris talk about their experiences at PUSH, and the importance of small town festivals like this.
Matt and Caroline discuss the value of museums, both as a cultural lens, and a necessary social element.
Springs Creative’s Caroline Reeves talks about entertainment and lifestyle in Old Town.
Ani Subotic talks about citizenship in Slovenia and Greece, and why did she moved to Rock Hill from across the globe.
Winthrop graduate Josiah Blevins talks about the charm of small towns.
International student Camille Ott talks about her experiences as an Integrated Marketing Communications major and her perspective on industry and the web.