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A Look Back at Arts Matter Day

The Charleston Regional Alliance for the Arts (CRAA) hosted Arts Matter Day for all of its non-profit arts organization members. Originally, Arts Matter Day was scheduled for September 12th, but Hurricane Irma caused plans to shift. The wonderful staff at the CRAA worked hard to set a new Arts Matter Day date, which was October 10th,2017.  Though Arts Matter Day … Read More

Music Brouhaha hosted by Daniel Island Performing Arts Center

Music Brouhaha hosted by Daniel Island Performing Arts Center. Featuring the North Charleston POPS! and Black Tie Music Academy On September 30, 2017, the Daniel Island Performing Arts Center teamed up with the North Charleston POPS! and Black Tie Music Academy to host a family-fun evening of music, at Pierce Park Pavilion on Daniel Island. Guests brought their chairs and chose … Read More

Why You Should Move to Daniel Island

The world’s population is multiplying on a daily basis. Districts that were once a source of peace and tranquility and an epitome of serenity are now densely populated. Many people are trying to look for properties in lesser-populated regions, trying to find a suitable and comfortable home for their family. There are only a few such communities left in the … Read More

Deanna McBrearty Joins the Daniel Island PAC

Daniel Island, SC – May 11, 2017 – Deanna McBrearty joins the Daniel Island Performing Arts Center as the Artistic Production Director of our resident dance program, utilizing Dance Conservatory of Charleston to develop high caliber dance education and training. Deanna will also curate guest dance programming for Daniel Island PAC performances. Deanna danced with New York City Ballet for … Read More

DIPAC hires director of advancement

The Daniel Island Performing Arts Center (DIPAC) has announced the hiring of Lowcountry native Betsy Brabham as director of advancement. She will be working with the DIPAC Board of Directors and Advisory Committee to implement a long-term strategic fundraising plan to advance its Capital Campaign. Betsy is a College of Charleston graduate and brings a diverse skill set to her … Read More

Spring 2017 Newsletter

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South of Broadway Theatre Company Receives Recognition from American Theatre Wing

We are pleased to announce that the American Theatre Wing, best known as the creator of the Antoinette Perry “Tony” Awards, is awarding the South of Broadway Theatre Company with one of the 2016 National Theatre Company grants. Created by American Theatre Wing to recognize and support the most promising emerging theatre companies, the 2016 grants for Initial Support are being presented to … Read More

August 26th 2016 – Sign Unveiling Event

Daniel Island Performing Arts Center Sign Unveiling on Building Site On August 26th Daniel Island Performing Arts Center will stage a Media Event at their building site on Island Park Drive, Daniel Island.  The unveiling will be attended by Charleston Mayor, John Tecklenburg and other officials and politicians from Charleston and Berkeley Counties. The event will begin at 6:00 PM in … Read More

DIPAC Successfully Completes First Phase of Fundraising Campaign

Daniel Island Performing Arts Center Successfully Completes First Phase of Fundraising Campaign Charleston, SC.  The Daniel Island Performing Arts Center, Inc. (DIPAC) is pleased to announce the successful completion of its first major fundraising milestone that provides the financial resources to purchase the Island Park Drive site in the center of Daniel Island and to launch the first phase of … Read More

DIPAC Advisory Board Take The Mic-Part 2

This week, we continue our series on the proposed Daniel Island Performing Arts Center (DIPAC) with feedback from those who are working to bring the landmark new facility to the island. According to the project’s website (www.danielislandpac.com), the center will be a “premier art destination venue for regional theatre and performing arts in the Charleston area.” Below, DIPAC Advisory Board … Read More