USCB Center for the Arts announces line up for 2022-23 ENGAGE series


From staff reports

USC Beaufort’s Center for the Arts will kick off its 2022-23 ENGAGE series in September with the first of five programs. The series, now in its third year, will feature, interactive informational and learning sessions, workshops, and discussions on a variety of topics and areas of interest.

All programs which are free and open to the public, are held at USCB Center for the Arts.

“We have a great line up this year,” Center for the Arts Director Bonnie Hargrove said. “We have worked with a number of community partners, practitioners, and organizations to create these programs and, we invite everyone to take advantage of these fabulous opportunities.”

This season, programming will include a forum on mental health issues and access to support, a film screening and discussion, workshops on preserving heirs’ property, and personal public speaking skills building, and a presentation introducing the Greenbook of South Carolina.

Everyone is invited and encouraged to attend these free programs. Tickets or registration is not required. For more information and details about ENGAGE programs, visit


ENGAGE series 2022-23

Sept. 22, 2022 – 6:30-8 p.m.: Toward Healing – Better Mental Health Now

Oct. 3, 2022 – 6-8 p.m.: Film screening and discussion: Meltdown in Dixie

Nov. 3, 2022 – 6:30-8:30 p.m.: Heirs to the Land – Claiming, Protecting, and preserving Heirs Property

March 9, 2023 – 6-8 p.m.: An introduction to the South Carolina Greenbook

March 30, 2023 – 6-8 p.m.: Speak Up! – Building skills and confidence for public speaking

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