Tapp's Arts Center

1644 Main ST

Columbia, SC 29201


Phone: (803) 988-0013

City: Columbia

Region: Midlands

Tapp's Arts Center

Tapp's Arts Center, Columbia's community hub for visual and performing arts located in the heart of Columbia on Main Street. The Center boasts 32 artist studios on two floors, a multi-use performance/event venue with room for up to 300 guests. Artists are able to rent studios, gallery space and install window displays to create, show and sell their work. There is never a charge to just stroll through and see some of the regions newest work. Open 10am until 6pm Tuesday through Saturday.

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