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Richland Library Names New Artist-in-Residence

After receiving more than a dozen applications from local artists in our community, Richland Library is naming Wendell Culbreath (aka THE Dubber) as the next artist-in-residence, starting Monday, September 18.

Culbreath, a Washington, DC-born and South Carolina-based artist who is known for his sophisticated one-man-band guitar style and universal message of Oneness, plans to provide weekly song-writing workshops for adults as well as music-related programming for all ages. He also has a studio on the Second Level at our Main location (1431 Assembly Street) to express his creativity and to speak with aspiring musicians. For a look at his office hours, be sure to visit richlandlibrary.com.

Initially developed in September 2016, the concept behind the artist-in-residence is to connect the community with local, working artists and to provide creative and educational opportunities to local residents in a way that supports cultural and artistic exchange.

Culbreath is serving as artist-in-residence through December 2017.

To learn more about the artist-in-residence at Richland Library, or to see how you can apply to become the next artist-in-resident, click here.

For more information or questions, please contact Emily Stoll at 803-587-3637 or email estoll@richlandlibrary.com.

 

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