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Events: Museum Events

Wednesday, October 17, 2018
Something’s Happening : The Big Art of Katie Pell
[In Columbia] - Katie Pell embraces the beauty in imperfection and the humor in insecurities, welcoming the downtrodden and enveloping them affectionately in oversized art. She engages an eclectic supporting cast t ... read more »
Hiroshi SugimotoTime Exposed
[In Columbia] - Hiroshi Sugimoto's Time Exposed is a haunting portfolio of images that offer a primordial, non-linear sense of time. The artist created these seascapes between 1980 and 1991, yet chose to use a larg ... read more »
Brittany M. Watkins: AFFECT-ED, BEING
[In Columbia] - AFFECT-ED, BEING presents a variety of works from interdisciplinary artist Brittany M. Watkins of Tallahassee, FL. Watkins incorporates painting, sculpture, audio, video, and performance as she move ... read more »
Place It / Face It: Pottery by Eugene
[In Columbia] - Place It/Face It: Pottery by Eugene is the first retrospective exhibition of ceramic art by self-taught African-American potters Winton and Rosa Eugene of Cowpens, SC. For thirty years, this husban ... read more »
Swag & Tassel: The Innovative Stoneware of Thomas Chandler
[In Columbia] - Swag & Tassel: The Innovative Stoneware of Thomas Chandler, is the first retrospective exhibition of a 19th century Edgefield, SC, potter since I Made This Jar: The Life and Works of the Enslaved A ... read more »
South Carolina and Reconstruction, 1865-1876
[In Columbia] - In the State Museum’s newest exhibit, South Carolina and Reconstruction, 1865-1876 opening, Saturday, March 31, guests will explore life for South Carolinians during Reconstruction, a time of fundam ... read more »
Museum of Oz
[In Columbia] - The State Museum has transformed into the Museum of Oz, enhanced with even more exciting “Oz” events and interactive adventures for the entire family all month. From the giant 30ft long x 12ft high ... read more »
Fill in the Gap
[In Columbia] - Fill in the Gap will display a unique exhibit featuring objects that have been acquired between 2013 and 2018. This addition to the State Museum's diverse collection reflects the individuality of So ... read more »
State Museum 30th Anniversary Exhibit
[In Columbia] -
 
Thursday, October 18, 2018
Something’s Happening : The Big Art of Katie Pell
[In Columbia] - Katie Pell embraces the beauty in imperfection and the humor in insecurities, welcoming the downtrodden and enveloping them affectionately in oversized art. She engages an eclectic supporting cast t ... read more »
South Carolina and Reconstruction, 1865-1876
[In Columbia] - In the State Museum’s newest exhibit, South Carolina and Reconstruction, 1865-1876 opening, Saturday, March 31, guests will explore life for South Carolinians during Reconstruction, a time of fundam ... read more »
Hiroshi SugimotoTime Exposed
[In Columbia] - Hiroshi Sugimoto's Time Exposed is a haunting portfolio of images that offer a primordial, non-linear sense of time. The artist created these seascapes between 1980 and 1991, yet chose to use a larg ... read more »
Brittany M. Watkins: AFFECT-ED, BEING
[In Columbia] - AFFECT-ED, BEING presents a variety of works from interdisciplinary artist Brittany M. Watkins of Tallahassee, FL. Watkins incorporates painting, sculpture, audio, video, and performance as she move ... read more »
Place It / Face It: Pottery by Eugene
[In Columbia] - Place It/Face It: Pottery by Eugene is the first retrospective exhibition of ceramic art by self-taught African-American potters Winton and Rosa Eugene of Cowpens, SC. For thirty years, this husban ... read more »
Fill in the Gap
[In Columbia] - Fill in the Gap will display a unique exhibit featuring objects that have been acquired between 2013 and 2018. This addition to the State Museum's diverse collection reflects the individuality of So ... read more »
State Museum 30th Anniversary Exhibit
[In Columbia] -
Swag & Tassel: The Innovative Stoneware of Thomas Chandler
[In Columbia] - Swag & Tassel: The Innovative Stoneware of Thomas Chandler, is the first retrospective exhibition of a 19th century Edgefield, SC, potter since I Made This Jar: The Life and Works of the Enslaved A ... read more »
Museum of Oz
[In Columbia] - The State Museum has transformed into the Museum of Oz, enhanced with even more exciting “Oz” events and interactive adventures for the entire family all month. From the giant 30ft long x 12ft high ... read more »
 
Friday, October 19, 2018
Hiroshi SugimotoTime Exposed
[In Columbia] - Hiroshi Sugimoto's Time Exposed is a haunting portfolio of images that offer a primordial, non-linear sense of time. The artist created these seascapes between 1980 and 1991, yet chose to use a larg ... read more »
Place It / Face It: Pottery by Eugene
[In Columbia] - Place It/Face It: Pottery by Eugene is the first retrospective exhibition of ceramic art by self-taught African-American potters Winton and Rosa Eugene of Cowpens, SC. For thirty years, this husban ... read more »
Brittany M. Watkins: AFFECT-ED, BEING
[In Columbia] - AFFECT-ED, BEING presents a variety of works from interdisciplinary artist Brittany M. Watkins of Tallahassee, FL. Watkins incorporates painting, sculpture, audio, video, and performance as she move ... read more »
Swag & Tassel: The Innovative Stoneware of Thomas Chandler
[In Columbia] - Swag & Tassel: The Innovative Stoneware of Thomas Chandler, is the first retrospective exhibition of a 19th century Edgefield, SC, potter since I Made This Jar: The Life and Works of the Enslaved A ... read more »
South Carolina and Reconstruction, 1865-1876
[In Columbia] - In the State Museum’s newest exhibit, South Carolina and Reconstruction, 1865-1876 opening, Saturday, March 31, guests will explore life for South Carolinians during Reconstruction, a time of fundam ... read more »
Something’s Happening : The Big Art of Katie Pell
[In Columbia] - Katie Pell embraces the beauty in imperfection and the humor in insecurities, welcoming the downtrodden and enveloping them affectionately in oversized art. She engages an eclectic supporting cast t ... read more »
Museum of Oz
[In Columbia] - The State Museum has transformed into the Museum of Oz, enhanced with even more exciting “Oz” events and interactive adventures for the entire family all month. From the giant 30ft long x 12ft high ... read more »
State Museum 30th Anniversary Exhibit
[In Columbia] -
Fill in the Gap
[In Columbia] - Fill in the Gap will display a unique exhibit featuring objects that have been acquired between 2013 and 2018. This addition to the State Museum's diverse collection reflects the individuality of So ... read more »
 
Saturday, October 20, 2018
Atoms in the Alley
[In Aiken] - Hosted by the SRS Museum, and in honor of Nuclear Science Week, Atoms in the Alley is a celebration of the Savannah River Site and its impact on Aiken. Join us in the Alley in downtown Aiken on Sa ... read more »
Brittany M. Watkins: AFFECT-ED, BEING
[In Columbia] - AFFECT-ED, BEING presents a variety of works from interdisciplinary artist Brittany M. Watkins of Tallahassee, FL. Watkins incorporates painting, sculpture, audio, video, and performance as she move ... read more »
Museum of Oz
[In Columbia] - The State Museum has transformed into the Museum of Oz, enhanced with even more exciting “Oz” events and interactive adventures for the entire family all month. From the giant 30ft long x 12ft high ... read more »
State Museum 30th Anniversary Exhibit
[In Columbia] -
Fill in the Gap
[In Columbia] - Fill in the Gap will display a unique exhibit featuring objects that have been acquired between 2013 and 2018. This addition to the State Museum's diverse collection reflects the individuality of So ... read more »
Something’s Happening : The Big Art of Katie Pell
[In Columbia] - Katie Pell embraces the beauty in imperfection and the humor in insecurities, welcoming the downtrodden and enveloping them affectionately in oversized art. She engages an eclectic supporting cast t ... read more »
Place It / Face It: Pottery by Eugene
[In Columbia] - Place It/Face It: Pottery by Eugene is the first retrospective exhibition of ceramic art by self-taught African-American potters Winton and Rosa Eugene of Cowpens, SC. For thirty years, this husban ... read more »
South Carolina and Reconstruction, 1865-1876
[In Columbia] - In the State Museum’s newest exhibit, South Carolina and Reconstruction, 1865-1876 opening, Saturday, March 31, guests will explore life for South Carolinians during Reconstruction, a time of fundam ... read more »
Hiroshi SugimotoTime Exposed
[In Columbia] - Hiroshi Sugimoto's Time Exposed is a haunting portfolio of images that offer a primordial, non-linear sense of time. The artist created these seascapes between 1980 and 1991, yet chose to use a larg ... read more »
Swag & Tassel: The Innovative Stoneware of Thomas Chandler
[In Columbia] - Swag & Tassel: The Innovative Stoneware of Thomas Chandler, is the first retrospective exhibition of a 19th century Edgefield, SC, potter since I Made This Jar: The Life and Works of the Enslaved A ... read more »
 
Sunday, October 21, 2018
Museum of Oz
[In Columbia] - The State Museum has transformed into the Museum of Oz, enhanced with even more exciting “Oz” events and interactive adventures for the entire family all month. From the giant 30ft long x 12ft high ... read more »
Something’s Happening : The Big Art of Katie Pell
[In Columbia] - Katie Pell embraces the beauty in imperfection and the humor in insecurities, welcoming the downtrodden and enveloping them affectionately in oversized art. She engages an eclectic supporting cast t ... read more »
State Museum 30th Anniversary Exhibit
[In Columbia] -
Hiroshi SugimotoTime Exposed
[In Columbia] - Hiroshi Sugimoto's Time Exposed is a haunting portfolio of images that offer a primordial, non-linear sense of time. The artist created these seascapes between 1980 and 1991, yet chose to use a larg ... read more »
Free Sundays at Columbia Museum of Art
[In Columbia] - Visit the CMA and pay no admission! Engage your mind and enrich your spirit at the Columbia Museum of Art. Free days are offered in appreciation of the City of Columbia and Richland Country for thei ... read more »
Brittany M. Watkins: AFFECT-ED, BEING
[In Columbia] - AFFECT-ED, BEING presents a variety of works from interdisciplinary artist Brittany M. Watkins of Tallahassee, FL. Watkins incorporates painting, sculpture, audio, video, and performance as she move ... read more »
South Carolina and Reconstruction, 1865-1876
[In Columbia] - In the State Museum’s newest exhibit, South Carolina and Reconstruction, 1865-1876 opening, Saturday, March 31, guests will explore life for South Carolinians during Reconstruction, a time of fundam ... read more »
Fill in the Gap
[In Columbia] - Fill in the Gap will display a unique exhibit featuring objects that have been acquired between 2013 and 2018. This addition to the State Museum's diverse collection reflects the individuality of So ... read more »
 
Monday, October 22, 2018
Fill in the Gap
[In Columbia] - Fill in the Gap will display a unique exhibit featuring objects that have been acquired between 2013 and 2018. This addition to the State Museum's diverse collection reflects the individuality of So ... read more »
Swag & Tassel: The Innovative Stoneware of Thomas Chandler
[In Columbia] - Swag & Tassel: The Innovative Stoneware of Thomas Chandler, is the first retrospective exhibition of a 19th century Edgefield, SC, potter since I Made This Jar: The Life and Works of the Enslaved A ... read more »
Place It / Face It: Pottery by Eugene
[In Columbia] - Place It/Face It: Pottery by Eugene is the first retrospective exhibition of ceramic art by self-taught African-American potters Winton and Rosa Eugene of Cowpens, SC. For thirty years, this husban ... read more »
State Museum 30th Anniversary Exhibit
[In Columbia] -
Museum of Oz
[In Columbia] - The State Museum has transformed into the Museum of Oz, enhanced with even more exciting “Oz” events and interactive adventures for the entire family all month. From the giant 30ft long x 12ft high ... read more »
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