ETV at a Glance
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South Carolina State Museum
The partnership between the SC State Museum and ETV is one of incredible value and history. SCSM has been able to reach multiple audiences through ETV for decades, educating and inspiring South Carolina’s future generations. One of the most notable collaborations began in the 1970s with Rudy Mancke. As the SCSM’s first curator, he served as a naturalist and later host of ETV’s NatureScene, one of the ETV’s most popular and far-reaching programs to date. With Resources for Educators, ETV and SCSM have produced 35 shows over 6 seasons for South Carolina’s educators by using video to bring fragile artifacts into the classrooms and introducing teachers to other statewide resources.
ETV partnered with SCSM on a variety of broadcast series through the years such as Carolina Stories: Uncommon Folk which featured profiles on several self-taught artists in South Carolina. The documentary was inspired by and launched along with the SCSM exhibit with the same title.
Check out ETV programs over the years produced with SCSM.