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Youth Services: Performers

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Interested in learning about potential performers for your Summer Reading Programs or other library programs? Ever wish you could meet performers in person, ask some questions and see if they are the right fit for your audience? The Performer Showcase is your opportunity!  The SC showcase typically features approximately 22 performers, each given 15 minutes for set up, performance and breakdown.  An information room for any performer who applied to set up an information table to meet and greet attendees during breaks is also provided.

The purpose of the Performers Showcase is to give library staff a chance to see quality performers in action. This is an opportunity to get a sample of what a program may look like in their library before deciding to hire them. The Performers Showcase is open to any Children's librarians, Teen librarians, School Media Specialists, and anyone who might be looking to meet and evaluate a variety of performers.

This event is held every other year at a different location in South Carolina, and is organized by the SC State Library. 

2017 Performer Showcase Info

The 2017 Performer Showcase was held at the Richland Library Sandhills Branch, on Friday, October 27th, from 10:00am until 4:00pm.

Details about the next Performer Showcase will be posted on this page.

For more information, please contact the Youth Services Consultant, Rebecca Antill, at (803) 734-8284 or rantill@statelibrary.sc.gov.

 

 

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