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Featured Singer-Songwriter
Sunday, Oct. 20
2-4 p.m.

Mark Miller

Free Concert at Chapman this Sunday...
Mark Miller has performed throughout the Upstate at various venues, but has worked with numerous artists worldwide as a producer. He has either received training from or worked alongside notable members of the music industry like producer Michael Wagener, guitarist Gary Pihl, and musician Norbert Putnam. In 1998, Miller's soundtrack composition was featured in "Redemption," a film screened at the '99 Sundance Film Festival. Other works have been produced for radio and television. Currently, he is a guest DJ of radio shows for Charlotte Indie Radio, in addition to managing Wheresville Records, a sound studio he founded in '97 to re-release his first album titled "Seasons of Ice."
He hasn't just brought his own music to the scene, Miller has been orchestrating local benefit concerts since 1992. He's raised funds for an array of different causes and has been a huge help to many organizations and individuals for quite some time. Miller was the driving force behind Chapman's Music Mosaic concert back in the summer. The concert put several local, upcoming talents on stage to debut their singer-songwriter style. On Saturday, Nov. 9, hear Miller play at the Hub City Empty Bowls Soup Day charity event. Of course, if you can't wait, stop by Zimmerli Plaza at Chapman this Sunday, Oct. 20 for a free taste of his musical skill, 2-4 p.m.
Featured Visual Artist
Sunday, Oct. 20
1-5 p.m.

Local Artists Sell at Chapman this Sunday...

Sometimes, it's just hard to choose, and this Sunday the featured weekly artist is everyone! With a wide array of vendors and a great deal of variation from week to week, you never know what talent awaits. Candle makers, blacksmiths, glass blowers, painters, artisan jewelers, soap makers, and many more skilled local artists have joined us in Zimmerli Plaza the past few weeks and more vendors are signing up weekly. All items are locally handmade so you can be sure that you're supporting the local arts community while you support your home decor. Bring some friends and enjoy your Sunday afternoons at Chapman Cultural Center.

A few of the past featured artists were:
*  Steve Parone, owner of Oat Mill Creek Garden Art and purveyor of organic concrete pots
Linda-Marie Miller, creative spirit behind Harmonic Jewel who teaches and creates in Inman
Anne Stewart, local photographer who lives to capture the "unusual and ephemeral" in her art
Moonworks Emporium, a Gaffney-based company specializing in etched glass, vinyl decals, handmade jewelry, and personalized gifts
Jim Cullen, owner of Roundhouse Pottery and well-respected artist in the community
Unplug this Sunday...
More and more patrons discover, experience, and celebrate with us during Sundays Unplugged every week. New art enthusiasts, music lovers, holiday shoppers, and more join us weekly. Last Sunday, students from the USC Upstate Music Department performed a concert . Patrons also headed into the numerous museums and galleries as well as The Green Room to peruse Carolina Foothills Artisan Center's gift shop and satellite gallery. Join us next week, and many weeks to come, when we do it all over again. Spend your afternoon at Chapman Cultural Center and experience the rich culture Spartanburg has to offer.

Remember... most everything is free!

Steve Parone, Sunday Art Market, CFAC

200 East Saint John Street Spartanburg South Carolina 29306
(864) 542-ARTS
Monday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday, 1-5 p.m.