Artisphere

16 Augusta ST

Greenville, SC 29601


Phone: (864) 271-9398

City: Greenville

Region: Mountains

Artisphere

Established in 2005, Artisphere has quickly grown into a signature event that draws both locals and tourists to Greenville, South Carolina’s dynamic downtown. Despite its short history, Artisphere has distinguished itself as both a national and regional highlight. The top ranking Artisphere festival is an annual three-day event that gives arts patrons the rare opportunity to meet exhibiting artists while purchasing original works of art.

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