Be a part of something unique!

The Mauldin Cultural Center stands within the City of Mauldin’s Community Development Department. The Center was created to establish, develop and promote a cultural system that celebrates the Mauldin community, leverages the arts for the economic benefit of the City and its citizens, and gives all citizens and visitors the ability to experience and participate in artistic and cultural activities in an effort to continually develop a more vibrant community.

We do our part to keep the arts alive by hosting youth theatre programs, Broadway programs, live local and touring musicians, a local farmers market, comedic performances, arts education classes, and community festivals!

But our best resource in keeping the arts alive are the individuals who take action in their own community. If you’re interested in helping us in our mission, please consider donating, volunteering, or interning with the Mauldin Cultural Center!


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Monetary donations are always welcome and allow us to allocate funds where our facility and programs need them most.

We have various donation levels for every budget. All donations are tax-deductible.

Download our 2019-2020 Donor Brochure to learn about how you can get involved. Then take the next step by donating online or by mailing in the form located within the brochure.

Checks payable to Mauldin Cultural Council and mailed to Mauldin Cultural Center, P.O. Box 249, Mauldin, SC 29662


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Volunteers make our world go ’round! We always need extra hands when it comes to selling tickets and wristbands, greeting and guiding guests, manning a kids zone, building theatre sets and costumes, and much more!

Whether it’s a comedy show, our BBQ cook-off, or a theatre performance, our volunteers always get to the chance to meet new people and enjoy the event itself!

Interested in volunteering at the Mauldin Cultural Center? Sign up for our volunteer e-blast!


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We offer internships in marketing and events management to students who are interested in working with marketing or arts-based community programming.

To qualify for an internship position, students need to be enrolled in an accredited higher education institution and pursuing a related degree at the time of the internship.

Interested in interning with the Mauldin Cultural Center? Head to the City of Mauldin’s employment page.


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The Mauldin Cultural Center was established under the Office of Cultural Affairs, a department within the City of Mauldin.

To view open positions at the Mauldin Cultural Center, please visit the City of Mauldin’s employment page.