“The joy of learning at a liberal arts institution arises from the opportunity to develop academic interests that open us to an ever-widening series of interconnected ideas. The Interdisciplinary Studies program at SMC highlights those components of our community that bind us together across our individual subject areas.” Professor Kris Neely
The Interdisciplinary Studies Series features performances, speakers and art experiences that enhance the liberal arts mission of Spartanburg Methodist College.
For more information about the series, please contact Kris Neely, Professor of Art and Director of the Interdisciplinary Studies Program
Spring 2020 Schedule
“Have We Achieved Dr. King’s Dream?” SGA Student Panel
1/21 7:00PM in Davis Mission Chapel
“The Cap and the Collar” – Music by: Rabbi Yossi Liebowitz and the Rev. Paul Harmon
2/7 at 11:00 AM in Davis Mission Chapel
Ann Wenz: A Retrospective – Fiber Art Show
Reception and Artist’s Talk – 2/20 at 4:00PM in Ellis Hall Gallery
Art on display 1/20 until 3/20 in Ellis Hall Gallery
Black History Month Arts Program SGA Student Event
2/25 7:00PM in Gibbs Auditorium
“The Drowsy Chaperone” Spring Musical Production by the SMC Players
3/26, 3/27 and 3/28 7:00 PM, 3/29 2:00 PM in Gibbs Auditorium
“Viva Academia” – Student Research Presentations
4/2 3:00 – 4:30PM in Davis Mission Chapel. Guests are asked to only come and go between individual student talks to avoid disruptions.
Spring Music Concert – Student Performances
4/21 7:00PM in Gibbs Auditorium
Fine Arts Night – Department of Humanities
4/30 7:00 PM in Gibbs Auditorium and Ellis Hall Gallery
Note: Additional events may be added to this schedule as the semester progresses.