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Community Grantee Highlight: Howl in the Valley

February 28, 2019 | Features

Chapman Cultural Center sat down to chat with musicians, Janeen Scott, Jonathan Stephens, and Michael Krell, of local folk-rock band Howl in the Valley, about the impact of receiving a community grant.

As part of the grant, Howl in the Valley will use their funding to produce their debut studio EP which will release April 5th, 2019.

Howl in the Valley started as a few Spartanburg musicians sitting in with each other at an open mic on Sunday nights. They quickly evolved into an up-and-coming folk-rock trio with powerful, well-crafted songs that stir the soul and tattoo the brain with infectious melodies and memorable lyrics. Learn more about Howl in the Valley - www.howlinthevalley.com

Chapman Cultural Center's Community Grants Program awards up to $5,000 per application and is open to both individual artists and non-profits/government agencies. Mediums supported include performing, visual, literary, crafts, and folk arts. Music: "Shadow Dancers" by Howl in the Valley

To continue to fund projects that support the Spartanburg arts community, we ask that you consider supporting local artists and organizations by donating to the Chapman Cultural Center. 


If you would like more information or have questions about community grants, the application process, or other grant opportunities, please contact Grants Administrator Sam Veremchuck at sVeremchuck@spartanarts.org. 

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