The Blue Ridge Arts Council is housed in Seneca’s oldest remaining religious facility, the former Episcopal Church, built in 1882. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the building was purchased by the Blue Ridge Arts Association in 1987 and is now a popular arts center. It hosts annual art shows and is home to the Oconee County Permanent Art Collection. It also housed the arts council?s Reference Library, made up of videotapes, books, and reference materials related to arts, crafts and communication skills.
Directions: 2 blocks east of Highway 59/Oak Street on South Second Street
GPS Coordinates: 34-40-56 N, 082-57-14 W
- Address111 E. South Second Street, Seneca, SC
- CategoryArts and Music, Play
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