Locals and tourists alike with find that the Blue Ridge Arts Center houses a rich display of art that joins the area’s cultural heritage with the talent of individual artists.
Located in the historic district of Seneca, SC, the center sits among the lovely Blue Ridge Mountain foothills in the city’s oldest church structure, built in 1882 — a structure which is on the National Register of Historic Places.
The center’s gallery features watercolors, quilts, pottery, and more. If interested in trying your hand, there are classes and demonstrations offered throughout the year, open to all ages. For those interested in some artful reading, a library with art reference books, videotapes, and instructional materials is available.
For information on current exhibits and special events, call 864.882.2722 or visit blueridgeartscenter.com. It’s open daily, year-round from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Contact them at 828.253.1691 for summer events or for more information.