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Events: Museum Events

Sunday, December 9, 2018
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 »
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 »
Midcentury Masters Jasper Johns' Gifts to the CMA
[In Columbia] - Jasper Johns is one of most influential American artists of the 20th century. He painted symbols like numbers and flags, things that were ordinary, things that, in his words, existed as clear facts ... 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 »
 
Monday, December 10, 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 »
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 »
State Museum 30th Anniversary Exhibit
[In Columbia] -
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 »
 
Tuesday, December 11, 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 »
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 »
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 »
Midcentury Masters Jasper Johns' Gifts to the CMA
[In Columbia] - Jasper Johns is one of most influential American artists of the 20th century. He painted symbols like numbers and flags, things that were ordinary, things that, in his words, existed as clear facts ... read more »
State Museum 30th Anniversary Exhibit
[In Columbia] -
Nature of Winter with Rudy Mancke
[In Columbia] - The December solstice marks the darkest day of the year and the beginning of Winter. It also means one last chance to catch Rudy Mancke’s popular lunchtime lecture outside McKissick Museum on the Hi ... 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 »
 
Wednesday, December 12, 2018
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 »
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 »
Midcentury Masters Jasper Johns' Gifts to the CMA
[In Columbia] - Jasper Johns is one of most influential American artists of the 20th century. He painted symbols like numbers and flags, things that were ordinary, things that, in his words, existed as clear facts ... 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 »
 
Thursday, December 13, 2018
Midcentury Masters Jasper Johns' Gifts to the CMA
[In Columbia] - Jasper Johns is one of most influential American artists of the 20th century. He painted symbols like numbers and flags, things that were ordinary, things that, in his words, existed as clear facts ... 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 »
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 »
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 »
 
Friday, December 14, 2018
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] -
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 »
Midcentury Masters Jasper Johns' Gifts to the CMA
[In Columbia] - Jasper Johns is one of most influential American artists of the 20th century. He painted symbols like numbers and flags, things that were ordinary, things that, in his words, existed as clear facts ... 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 »
 
Saturday, December 15, 2018
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 »
Midcentury Masters Jasper Johns' Gifts to the CMA
[In Columbia] - Jasper Johns is one of most influential American artists of the 20th century. He painted symbols like numbers and flags, things that were ordinary, things that, in his words, existed as clear facts ... 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] -
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 »
 
Sunday, December 16, 2018
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 »
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 »
Midcentury Masters Jasper Johns' Gifts to the CMA
[In Columbia] - Jasper Johns is one of most influential American artists of the 20th century. He painted symbols like numbers and flags, things that were ordinary, things that, in his words, existed as clear facts ... 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 »
 
Monday, December 17, 2018
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 »
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 »
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 »
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