The South Carolina Ag+ Art Tour is a one-of-a-kind partnership program led by a Clemson Extension team. This project is supported by the York County Arts Council Small Grants Program and the South Carolina Arts Commission, which receives funding from the National Endowment for the Arts. The tour's first official stop is May 6 in Lexington County, and it will be followed by numerous dates, from York County in the upper part of the state to Colleton County at the bottom. At the Russell House at the University of South Carolina, agritourism farm operators, government officials, and county committees will come together to launch another year of agricultural education, craft exploration, rural collaboration, and farming experience in South Carolina. Visitors can find original artwork by York County artists, prints, art supplies, and art-themed gifts for sale.
The South Carolina Agricultural and Arts Tour itself is a free self-guided tour of farms and markets featuring local artisans at every stop. Culler said that the route has grown so much that some of the previous stops have reached a point where they don't need or can't withstand the additional traffic offered by the Tour, which is ultimately its goal. Woodend Farm is an 87-acre green space purchased by people from the Bethel Lake Wylie area of York County. The South Carolina Ag+ Art Tour provides an extraordinary opportunity to explore and discover all that this beautiful state has to offer. With its diverse range of activities and attractions, visitors can enjoy a variety of experiences that will last for days. From learning about local agriculture to exploring art galleries and markets, there's something for everyone on this tour.
So don't miss out on this amazing chance to explore all that South Carolina has to offer!.