ISCA Events


           2017 ISCA RISING STARS
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    Saturday, March 4, 2017

 

 

The top 25 youth performing arts acts in Southern Beaufort County

will take the stage at 2:00pm at the

Arts Center of Coastal Carolina

Click here for the ISCA Rising Stars page and the 2017 rules and information.

 

2017 ISCA Promising Picassos Student Art Exhibition

February 9- March 17, 2017

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Enjoy a star-filled night of fine dining, the most exciting art auctions and entertainment by bright new stars from the Lowcountry to Broadway!! Limited Seating is still available! Some of our fabulous performers!!

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PAST ISCA EVENTS:

Our guests enjoyed lunch and fabulous fashions

Friday, May 6, 2016 at the Belfair Country Club

11:30am – 1:00pm

as we celebrated our 2016 ISCA Scholarship recipients

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2016 ISCA Rising Stars

Saturday, March 12, 2016

 The top 25 youth performing arts acts in Southern Beaufort County

will take the stage at 2:00pm at the

Arts Center of Coastal Carolina

Visit the ISCA Rising Stars page for the 2016 rules and information.

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We are so grateful to Jean-Marie Cote of thefrenchguy photography for generously donating his photography services to ISCA!

 33rd An Evening of the Arts

Saturday, October 17, 2015 at the Sea Pines Country Club

Join us in celebration of National Arts & Humanities Month

Saturday, October 17, 2015

for the 33rd An Evening of the Arts

at the Sea Pines Country Club

Preview and Pre-Bidding for all of the

33rd An Evening of the Arts Live Auction pieces beginning

Saturday, October 10-16, 2015!

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With your support ISCA’s annual fundraiser continues to enrich and enhance the arts experience of the youth.

Please proceed to the Sponsors page for the 33rd An Evening of the Arts donor information.

Tickets are available for purchase now on the 2015 An Evening of the Arts page. 


Proceeds from our
32nd An Evening of the Arts held in 2014 funded the following ISCA Programs:

ISCA Scholarship Programs

  • $1000 was awarded to HHPrep Senior, Taylor Kent for vocal music and songwriting.
  • $750 was awarded to HHIHS Valedictorian, Carolanne O’Fee for Fashion Design.
  • $750 was awarded to Heritage Academy Senior, DJ Green for Dance and Arts Management.
  • $500 was awarded to HHIHS Senior, Haley Matousek for Visual Art.
  • $500 was awarded to HHIHS Senior, Mariel Zmarzly for Vocal Performance.
  • $250 was awarded to BlHS Senior, Victoria Branagan for Visual Art.
  • $250 was awarded to HHCA Senior, Chloe Strickland for Visual Art and Fashion Design.
  • $250 was awarded to HHIHS Senior, Clarissa Walls for Visual Art.
  • $250 was awarded to HHIHS Senior, Emma Walls for Visual Art.

ISCA Rising Stars Program:

  • 2015 ISCA Rising Stars, talent competition at the Arts Center. 135 students, 224 patrons, and 615 followers.
  • 1st Place Sr. “Wounded Animal”, $500 was awarded to lyrical dance soloist, DJ Green.
  • 2nd Place Sr.Screw Loose, 400 was awarded to vocal soloist, Mariel Zmarzly.
  • 3rd Place Sr. “Lunar Pond”, $300 was awarded to ballet soloist, Katie Maurer.
  • 4th place Sr. “Long Road”, $200 was awarded to jazz dance soloist, Sammee Schirmer.
  • Star to Watch Sr. “The TabFinders”, $100 was awarded to drum soloist, Andrew Mooney.
  • 1st Place Jr. “All of Me”, $250 was awarded to piano soloist, Harrison Luba**Piccolo Spoleto Rising Stars
  • 2nd Place Jr. “Three Duets”, $150 was awarded to violin/cello duo, Kendall and Kearston Gonzales**Piccolo Spoleto
  • 3rd Place Jr. “Don’t Rain on My Parade”, $100 was awarded to vocal soloist, Gabriella Deir.
  • Star to Watch Jr. “Oliver”, $50 was awarded to vocal soloist, Harrison Leahy ** Attended the BDF NY Intensive and booked the International Tour of Beauty and the Beast.
  • Broadway Dreams Foundation presented a scholarship to 2014 Star to Watch, Elliott Lentz
  • 15 ISCA Rising Stars, attended the Martha Graham, 90-minute Master dance class, $375.
  • ISCA Rising Stars perform for 214 patrons at the 32nd An Evening of the Arts.

  ISCA Promising Picassos Student Art Exhibition Program:

  • February 9-April 19, 2015 featured 80 works of art created by 3rd -12th grade students attending BlHS, Heritage Academy, HHCA, HHPrep, HHIES HHIESCA, HHIHS, and MCRES. $600 in awards/reception and over 850 in attendance
  • November 8, 2014 – January 8, 2015 is a collaborative effort with the USCB Emerging Artists Competition featuring the Bluffton and Hilton Head Island High School competition winners, $250
  • Year-round Promising Picassos Student Art Pop-up Gallery in Starbucks at Pineland Station

ISCA School Grants Program:

  • $500 was allocated for “Summer Theatre Program”, HHIHS teacher, Harry Culpepper.
  • $546 was funded for 78 HHCA, HHPrep, and HSN students to attend the Martha Graham performance.
  • $464 was awarded to “Visual Arts Set Design”, HHPrep teachers, Kathryn Ramseur-Riley and Jim Fritz.
  • $810 was awarded to “Building the Darkroom” HHIS teacher, Patty Schoelkopf-Lewis.

Past ISCA Events from the 2014-2015

2015 ISCA Rising Stars

Youth Performing Arts Talent Competition

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The Grande Finale of the National Youth Arts Month Celebration

The Island School Council for the Arts RISING STARS youth performing arts talent competition will feature the brightest young performers in Southern Beaufort County. Budding actors, dancers, musicians, and singers will take the spotlight in the final round of the competition on the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina’s Elizabeth Wallace Stage. Don’t miss this opportunity to see the future stars of tomorrow!

Tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for students ages 15 and under. All ticket prices include a $5 facility charge. http://www.artshhi.com/html/tickets.html

Over $2000 in prize money will be awarded during the live performance show on Saturday, March 14, 2015 at 2:00pm.The 1st place prizes in both categories are sponsored by ‘Rabbi Dr. Arthur and Ellen Charitable Trust for the Arts’ and the remaining prize money was generously sponsored by the ‘Speer Family Foundation”.
ISCA RISING STARS is accepting video entries now!! <a href=”http://isca-online.org/isca-rising-stars”>Please Click here to visit the page</a>. 

 

2015 ISCA Rising Stars Poster and Logo Design Submissions

Thank you to Hilton Head Island High School Media Arts for your creative designs. These students are under the direction of their teacher, Kimberlee Smith!!

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  Friday, September 12, 2014

                         for the 32nd An Evening of the Arts

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With your support our biannual fundraiser continues to enrich the community.

Proceeds from our 31st An Evening of the Arts held in 2012 funded:

ISCA Artist-in-Residency Programs

September 2012, Alan Harris “Cross that River”: HHIHS, HHIMS, HHIE, HHIESCA

November 2012, USC Choir Residency/Community Performance: HHIHS, HHCA

January 2013, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago: MCRE, RCE, HHPREP

September 2013, New York based artist Megan Mosholder: HHCA

September/October 2013, North Carolina based artist Allison Luce multi-phase residency at BHS

October 2013, Savannah based artist Jerome Meadows “Ever Expanding Landscape of the Creative Mind”: Heritage Academy, Saint Francis, HHIE, HHIHS, and after-school workshop for BCSD Gifted &Talented visual art students.

March 2014, Phase 3 with Allison Luce: 300students and teachers created Public Art wall installation at the entrance to the Arts Wing at Bluffton High School.

ISCA Schools Grant Program:

$500 “Capture This” project, HEMMS teachers Rebecca Lines and Patricia Bea

$500 Shooting in the Raw”, HHIHS teacher Patricia Schoelkopf-Lewis

$500 “Rain Garden Fountain”, BMS teacher Lois Lewis

$500 Hilton Head Island Middle School Stingray Band”, teacher Jeff Streitenberger

$500 “Poetry in Motion-When Art Meets Science-An Interactive Mural”, HHIE

$1000 “15 weeks of Art & Music Classes” Neighborhood Outreach Connection (NOC)

$500 Professional Dance & Choreography” HH Prep teacher Jim Fritz

$500 Public Art Wall Installation” BHS teacher Tim Holsinger

$175 Large Format Printing” BHS teacher, Dennis Vernon

     ISCA Promising Picassos Student Art Exhibition Program:

February 2013 Promising Picassos featured 73 works of art.

March 2013 Promising Picassos Student Art Pop-up Gallery in Starbucks at Pineland Station premiere of yearlong two-month interval exhibits.

June-August 2013 Promising Picassos Summer Exhibit featured 60 artworks.

September-November 2013 Promising Picassos 350/30 Anniversary Celebration as a participating organization, Town Hall Ceremony, “Hilton Head” inspired exhibit, opening reception, and judge for the Sandcastle Competition.

February 7- March 29, 2014 Promising Picassos features 73 works of art

     ISCA Student Scholarship Program:

$500 was proudly contributed to the USCB “Roger L. Steele” Fund

$1000 was awarded to HH Prep senior, Gracie Anderson for Visual Art.

$500 was awardedto HHCA senior, Gabriella Guidobono for Visual Art.

$500 was awarded to HHIHS senior, Ross Dungan for Visual Art.

$500 was awarded to BHS senior, Christina Andrews for Visual Art.

$1000 was awarded to HHIHS senior, Brian Stuligross

$1000 was awarded to HHIHS senior, Heidi Stine

     New ISCA Events and Initiatives: ISCA National Youth Art Month Celebration, Promising Picassos Student Art Pop-up Galleries, ISCA office, ISCA Student Art Purchase Program, Silver Sponsor of 2013 Public Art Exhibition, ISCA Rising Stars youth performing arts talent competition.

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ISCA RISING STARS
Saturday, March 29, 2014–2:00PM
The Grande Finale of the National Youth Arts Month Celebration
The Island School Council for the Arts RISING STARS youth performing arts talent competition will feature the brightest young performers in Southern Beaufort County. Budding actors, dancers, musicians, and singers will take the spotlight in the final round of the competition on the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina’s Elizabeth Wallace Stage. Don’t miss this opportunity to see the future stars of tomorrow!
 
Tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for students ages 15 and under. All ticket prices include a $5 facility charge. http://www.artshhi.com/html/tickets.html
  1st place prizes sponsored by ‘Rabbi Dr. Arthur and Ellen Charitable Trust for the Arts’ 
Visit the 2015 ISCA Rising Stars page to enter.

 

ISCA Celebrates National Youth Art Month, March 2014

Throughout March, ISCA will showcase the skills fostered through experience in the visual arts by displaying the top 35 pieces from the 2014 Promising Picassos Student Art Exhibition in prominent local businesses:  Arts Center of Coastal Carolina, BNC Bank, Bleu, Coastal Plains Insurance, Continuum Medical Staffing, Core Pilates, Four Corners Gallery, Frey Media, Georgia Skin & Cancer Clinic, Hilton Head Island and Bluffton Chamber of Commerce offices, Hilton Head ENT & Sinus Center, Island Getaway Rentals, J Costello Gallery, Karis Art Gallery, Main Street Youth Theatre,  May River Gallery, McNair Law Firm, Morris & Whiteside Galleries, Outpatient Surgery Center, Pino Gelato, Picture This Gallery, Pineland Station, Pluff Mud Art Gallery and Tobin Bone & Joint Surgery.

 

The featured student artists are: Dominque Antunez, Jenette Bago, Yariela Blanco,  Samantha Brummer, Becca Cooke, Charlynne Crutcher, Francesca Guidobono, Deia Hunt, JoEl James, Samantha Kriney,  Kristin Langan, Cristian Lobos, Karina Magana, Krystal Maldonis, Matt Mannion, Abi Mendoza, Will Monts, Tania Moreno, Mac Orie, Vanessa Orrell, Anna Pellicci, Charlie Pitts, Freisser Quesada, Kendra Rabon, Clementina Rodriguez, Sheldon Smith, Eli Sobel, Heidi Stine, Rachel Stratton, Chloe Strickland, Lucas Tomita, Terry Tracey, Lizzy Tupamahu, Kanawut Uenghiranpaisan, and Laurel Woerheide.

Images of a few works of art on display in the community.

 

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