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The Edwards College is thrilled to announce a full lineup of cultural arts events for the Spring 2022 semester. From concerts and lectures to theatrical performances and art exhibits, our programming features superb offerings from accomplished guest artists as well as faculty members and students.
Below, we present our Spring 2022 digital cultural arts calendar in a newly accessible format. It is mobile-friendly and can be viewed full-screen and downloaded. 
We look forward to seeing you on and around the CCU campus this spring for the sights, sounds, and spirit of Edwards College cultural arts.

Cultural Arts Updates

Musical Mixtures on Sunday, April 3, has been postponed until the Fall. 
Piano Duet Recital on Saturday, April 9, has been postponed until the Fall.
That Golden Girls Show! A Puppet Parody has been cancelled.
The SC Percussive Arts Society Festival of Steel has been moved from Saturday, March 5 to Friday, Apri 22, 8 a.m.- 6 p.m., Wheelwright Auditorium
The Edwards College DEI Series Violins of Hope: A Melancholy Beauty will be at the Myrtle Beach High School Auditorium instead of Wheelwright Auditorium.


Masters in Communication Program and Department of Communication, Media, and Culture invite you to

Effective Crisis Management: A Short Introduction to Best Practice

Robert Britton, Ph.D.

- Principal of RealWorldLeadership, a consultancy focused on helping companies and organizations develop leaders and effective managers and Georgetown University adjunct professor.

In this lively talk, Britton distills a lifetime of leadership in the crisis-prone airline industry into a set of seven best practices to manage crises before, during, and after they happen.

Monday, April 25 | Noon - 1:30 p.m. Alford Ballroom, Atheneum Hall

Buffet lunch included

Please RSVP to program coordinator Corinne Dalelio, Ph.D., ( by Wednesday, April 6.


Coastal Carolina University's Master of Arts in Communication program and Department of Communication, Media, and Culture invite you to:

Communicating Change Through Inclusive Leadership and Allyship

Lisa Hanasono, Ph.D. - Bowling Green State University associate professor -Co-principal investigator of a nearly $1 million dollar grant that focuses on how inclusive leadership and allyship can reduce inequities.

Drawing from her research on inclusive leadership and allyship, Hanasono will discuss evidence-based strategies that individuals and institutions of higher education can implement to reduce inequities and stop discrimination.

Friday, April 22 | 1 - 2:30 p.m.

Meeting ID: 915 1513 2546 Passcode: 62036566

Please contact program coordinator Corinne Dalelio, Ph.D.,( for more information.

Click here for more information on the Music on the Lawn series and the 20th Anniversary Logo events. 

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