Sacred Heart Cultural Center

Sacred Heart Cultural Center, c. 1897, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and features towering twin spires, graceful arches, 15 distinctive styles of brickwork, ninety-four stained glass windows, a barrel vaulted ceiling and intricately carved Italian marble altars. Free tours are available as well as a gift shop showcasing local artists, gifts and accessories.

Hours of Operation:
Monday: 9 AM - 5 PM
Tuesday: 9 AM - 5 PM
Wednesday: 9 AM - 5 PM
Thursday: 9 AM - 5 PM
Friday: 9 AM - 5 PM

Accommodations
General
Accommodations
  • MinutesToAirport: 15
  • Minutes to Convention Center: 5
Hours of Operation
  • Monday Opening Time: 9 AM
  • Monday Closing Time: 5 PM
  • Tuesday Opening Time: 9 AM
  • Tuesday Closing Time: 5 PM
  • Wednesday Opening Time: 9 AM
  • Wednesday Closing Time: 5 PM
  • Thursday Opening Time: 9 AM
  • Thursday Closing Time: 5 PM
  • Friday Opening Time: 9 AM
  • Friday Closing Time: 5 PM
Facility Info
Meeting Rooms
  • Largest Room 7000
  • Total Sq. Ft. 7000
  • Reception Capacity 500
  • Theatre Capacity 600
  • Banquet Capacity 250
  • Classroom Capacity 200
Great Hall
  • Total Sq. Ft.: 7000
  • Width: 100
  • Length: 60
  • Theater Capacity: 600
  • Classroom Capacity: 200
  • Banquet Capacity: 250
  • Reception Capacity: 500

David Swanagin Art Exhibition and Opening Reception

  • Sacred Heart Cultural Center

Opening Reception, Thursday, March 9, 2017 / 5:00 - 7:00 PM

David Swanagin is an oil painter specializing in mood evoking landscapes. His primary focus is to capture a strong sense of light and shadow found in the early or late part of the day. A Nashville resident, David was born in the South Carolina Low Country and grew up in Augusta, GA. He is also a professional drummer and finds many scenes on his travels for new works.

Exhibition through April 28, 2017

Mary K. Houston Art Exhibition and Opening Reception

  • Sacred Heart Cultural Center

Exhibition Opening Reception: Thursday, May 11 / 5:00 -7:00 PM

Mary Houston's interest in art began early in life when her mother and grandmother took her along with them to art lessons. Crediting Bea Kuhlke and Lamar Dodd as major influences in her love of art, Mary enjoys donating her work to charitable organizations throughout the South and currently exhibits paintings in Beaufort,  South Carolina. After raising five children she is dedicated to painting full time.

Exhibition through June 23, 2017