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Events: Art Exhibitions

Thursday, May 26, 2022
Apollo 16 and Beyond: South Carolina in Space
[In Columbia] - 50 years ago, South Carolinian Charles Duke became the youngest person to step on the Moon. Opening April 9, the State Museum's new exhibition Apollo 16 & Beyond: South Carolina in Space highlights ... read more »
Wild Bees: Photography by Paula Sharp & Ross Eatman
[In Columbia] - When most people think of bees, they picture the hives of honeybees. Honeybees, however, are a single non-native species among thousands of native bees that inhabit North America. Our native bees po ... read more »
Inheritance: Sustainable Farms of the South
[In Columbia] - Brett Schenning’s photographs aim to capture the hope that drives southern sustainable farmers. Hope that they will succeed in raising foods to nourish people in their communities. Hope they their h ... read more »
Face-toFace Portraits from the South Carolina State Museum Collection
[In Columbia] - South Carolina State Museum, Face to Face: Portraits from the South Carolina State Museum Collection is a new exhibition exploring the visual expressions of human connections featured in works from ... read more »
 
Friday, May 27, 2022
Wild Bees: Photography by Paula Sharp & Ross Eatman
[In Columbia] - When most people think of bees, they picture the hives of honeybees. Honeybees, however, are a single non-native species among thousands of native bees that inhabit North America. Our native bees po ... read more »
Inheritance: Sustainable Farms of the South
[In Columbia] - Brett Schenning’s photographs aim to capture the hope that drives southern sustainable farmers. Hope that they will succeed in raising foods to nourish people in their communities. Hope they their h ... read more »
Apollo 16 and Beyond: South Carolina in Space
[In Columbia] - 50 years ago, South Carolinian Charles Duke became the youngest person to step on the Moon. Opening April 9, the State Museum's new exhibition Apollo 16 & Beyond: South Carolina in Space highlights ... read more »
Face-toFace Portraits from the South Carolina State Museum Collection
[In Columbia] - South Carolina State Museum, Face to Face: Portraits from the South Carolina State Museum Collection is a new exhibition exploring the visual expressions of human connections featured in works from ... read more »
 
Saturday, May 28, 2022
Inheritance: Sustainable Farms of the South
[In Columbia] - Brett Schenning’s photographs aim to capture the hope that drives southern sustainable farmers. Hope that they will succeed in raising foods to nourish people in their communities. Hope they their h ... read more »
Wild Bees: Photography by Paula Sharp & Ross Eatman
[In Columbia] - When most people think of bees, they picture the hives of honeybees. Honeybees, however, are a single non-native species among thousands of native bees that inhabit North America. Our native bees po ... read more »
Face-toFace Portraits from the South Carolina State Museum Collection
[In Columbia] - South Carolina State Museum, Face to Face: Portraits from the South Carolina State Museum Collection is a new exhibition exploring the visual expressions of human connections featured in works from ... read more »
Apollo 16 and Beyond: South Carolina in Space
[In Columbia] - 50 years ago, South Carolinian Charles Duke became the youngest person to step on the Moon. Opening April 9, the State Museum's new exhibition Apollo 16 & Beyond: South Carolina in Space highlights ... read more »
 
Sunday, May 29, 2022
Apollo 16 and Beyond: South Carolina in Space
[In Columbia] - 50 years ago, South Carolinian Charles Duke became the youngest person to step on the Moon. Opening April 9, the State Museum's new exhibition Apollo 16 & Beyond: South Carolina in Space highlights ... read more »
Face-toFace Portraits from the South Carolina State Museum Collection
[In Columbia] - South Carolina State Museum, Face to Face: Portraits from the South Carolina State Museum Collection is a new exhibition exploring the visual expressions of human connections featured in works from ... read more »
 
Monday, May 30, 2022
Inheritance: Sustainable Farms of the South
[In Columbia] - Brett Schenning’s photographs aim to capture the hope that drives southern sustainable farmers. Hope that they will succeed in raising foods to nourish people in their communities. Hope they their h ... read more »
Wild Bees: Photography by Paula Sharp & Ross Eatman
[In Columbia] - When most people think of bees, they picture the hives of honeybees. Honeybees, however, are a single non-native species among thousands of native bees that inhabit North America. Our native bees po ... read more »
 
Tuesday, May 31, 2022
Inheritance: Sustainable Farms of the South
[In Columbia] - Brett Schenning’s photographs aim to capture the hope that drives southern sustainable farmers. Hope that they will succeed in raising foods to nourish people in their communities. Hope they their h ... read more »
Apollo 16 and Beyond: South Carolina in Space
[In Columbia] - 50 years ago, South Carolinian Charles Duke became the youngest person to step on the Moon. Opening April 9, the State Museum's new exhibition Apollo 16 & Beyond: South Carolina in Space highlights ... read more »
Wild Bees: Photography by Paula Sharp & Ross Eatman
[In Columbia] - When most people think of bees, they picture the hives of honeybees. Honeybees, however, are a single non-native species among thousands of native bees that inhabit North America. Our native bees po ... read more »
Face-toFace Portraits from the South Carolina State Museum Collection
[In Columbia] - South Carolina State Museum, Face to Face: Portraits from the South Carolina State Museum Collection is a new exhibition exploring the visual expressions of human connections featured in works from ... read more »
 
Wednesday, June 1, 2022
Inheritance: Sustainable Farms of the South
[In Columbia] - Brett Schenning’s photographs aim to capture the hope that drives southern sustainable farmers. Hope that they will succeed in raising foods to nourish people in their communities. Hope they their h ... read more »
Wild Bees: Photography by Paula Sharp & Ross Eatman
[In Columbia] - When most people think of bees, they picture the hives of honeybees. Honeybees, however, are a single non-native species among thousands of native bees that inhabit North America. Our native bees po ... read more »
Face-toFace Portraits from the South Carolina State Museum Collection
[In Columbia] - South Carolina State Museum, Face to Face: Portraits from the South Carolina State Museum Collection is a new exhibition exploring the visual expressions of human connections featured in works from ... read more »
Apollo 16 and Beyond: South Carolina in Space
[In Columbia] - 50 years ago, South Carolinian Charles Duke became the youngest person to step on the Moon. Opening April 9, the State Museum's new exhibition Apollo 16 & Beyond: South Carolina in Space highlights ... read more »
 
Thursday, June 2, 2022
Wild Bees: Photography by Paula Sharp & Ross Eatman
[In Columbia] - When most people think of bees, they picture the hives of honeybees. Honeybees, however, are a single non-native species among thousands of native bees that inhabit North America. Our native bees po ... read more »
Inheritance: Sustainable Farms of the South
[In Columbia] - Brett Schenning’s photographs aim to capture the hope that drives southern sustainable farmers. Hope that they will succeed in raising foods to nourish people in their communities. Hope they their h ... read more »
FAAAC Presents Modern Rhythms
[In Columbia] - Honor a major milestone with the Friends of African American Art & Culture (FAAAC) and meet the CMA’s new curator, Michael Neumeister. The CMA affinity group celebrates Modern Rhythms, a new gallery ... read more »
Apollo 16 and Beyond: South Carolina in Space
[In Columbia] - 50 years ago, South Carolinian Charles Duke became the youngest person to step on the Moon. Opening April 9, the State Museum's new exhibition Apollo 16 & Beyond: South Carolina in Space highlights ... read more »
Face-toFace Portraits from the South Carolina State Museum Collection
[In Columbia] - South Carolina State Museum, Face to Face: Portraits from the South Carolina State Museum Collection is a new exhibition exploring the visual expressions of human connections featured in works from ... read more »
 
Friday, June 3, 2022
Youth Artist Reception
[In Aiken] - Come meet our youth artist Maycie, and view her artwork. She will be our Artist on exhibit for the month of June. Light refreshments will be available while they last.
Youth Artist Reception
[In Aiken] - Come meet our youth artist Maycie, and view her artwork. She will be our Artist on exhibit for the month of June. Light refreshments will be available while they last.
Inheritance: Sustainable Farms of the South
[In Columbia] - Brett Schenning’s photographs aim to capture the hope that drives southern sustainable farmers. Hope that they will succeed in raising foods to nourish people in their communities. Hope they their h ... read more »
Wild Bees: Photography by Paula Sharp & Ross Eatman
[In Columbia] - When most people think of bees, they picture the hives of honeybees. Honeybees, however, are a single non-native species among thousands of native bees that inhabit North America. Our native bees po ... read more »
Apollo 16 and Beyond: South Carolina in Space
[In Columbia] - 50 years ago, South Carolinian Charles Duke became the youngest person to step on the Moon. Opening April 9, the State Museum's new exhibition Apollo 16 & Beyond: South Carolina in Space highlights ... read more »
Face-toFace Portraits from the South Carolina State Museum Collection
[In Columbia] - South Carolina State Museum, Face to Face: Portraits from the South Carolina State Museum Collection is a new exhibition exploring the visual expressions of human connections featured in works from ... read more »
 
Saturday, June 4, 2022
Inheritance: Sustainable Farms of the South
[In Columbia] - Brett Schenning’s photographs aim to capture the hope that drives southern sustainable farmers. Hope that they will succeed in raising foods to nourish people in their communities. Hope they their h ... read more »
Apollo 16 and Beyond: South Carolina in Space
[In Columbia] - 50 years ago, South Carolinian Charles Duke became the youngest person to step on the Moon. Opening April 9, the State Museum's new exhibition Apollo 16 & Beyond: South Carolina in Space highlights ... read more »
Face-toFace Portraits from the South Carolina State Museum Collection
[In Columbia] - South Carolina State Museum, Face to Face: Portraits from the South Carolina State Museum Collection is a new exhibition exploring the visual expressions of human connections featured in works from ... read more »
Wild Bees: Photography by Paula Sharp & Ross Eatman
[In Columbia] - When most people think of bees, they picture the hives of honeybees. Honeybees, however, are a single non-native species among thousands of native bees that inhabit North America. Our native bees po ... read more »
 
Sunday, June 5, 2022
Face-toFace Portraits from the South Carolina State Museum Collection
[In Columbia] - South Carolina State Museum, Face to Face: Portraits from the South Carolina State Museum Collection is a new exhibition exploring the visual expressions of human connections featured in works from ... read more »
Apollo 16 and Beyond: South Carolina in Space
[In Columbia] - 50 years ago, South Carolinian Charles Duke became the youngest person to step on the Moon. Opening April 9, the State Museum's new exhibition Apollo 16 & Beyond: South Carolina in Space highlights ... read more »
 
Monday, June 6, 2022
Inheritance: Sustainable Farms of the South
[In Columbia] - Brett Schenning’s photographs aim to capture the hope that drives southern sustainable farmers. Hope that they will succeed in raising foods to nourish people in their communities. Hope they their h ... read more »
Wild Bees: Photography by Paula Sharp & Ross Eatman
[In Columbia] - When most people think of bees, they picture the hives of honeybees. Honeybees, however, are a single non-native species among thousands of native bees that inhabit North America. Our native bees po ... read more »
 
Tuesday, June 7, 2022
Apollo 16 and Beyond: South Carolina in Space
[In Columbia] - 50 years ago, South Carolinian Charles Duke became the youngest person to step on the Moon. Opening April 9, the State Museum's new exhibition Apollo 16 & Beyond: South Carolina in Space highlights ... read more »
Face-toFace Portraits from the South Carolina State Museum Collection
[In Columbia] - South Carolina State Museum, Face to Face: Portraits from the South Carolina State Museum Collection is a new exhibition exploring the visual expressions of human connections featured in works from ... read more »
Inheritance: Sustainable Farms of the South
[In Columbia] - Brett Schenning’s photographs aim to capture the hope that drives southern sustainable farmers. Hope that they will succeed in raising foods to nourish people in their communities. Hope they their h ... read more »
Wild Bees: Photography by Paula Sharp & Ross Eatman
[In Columbia] - When most people think of bees, they picture the hives of honeybees. Honeybees, however, are a single non-native species among thousands of native bees that inhabit North America. Our native bees po ... read more »
 
Wednesday, June 8, 2022
Wild Bees: Photography by Paula Sharp & Ross Eatman
[In Columbia] - When most people think of bees, they picture the hives of honeybees. Honeybees, however, are a single non-native species among thousands of native bees that inhabit North America. Our native bees po ... read more »
Inheritance: Sustainable Farms of the South
[In Columbia] - Brett Schenning’s photographs aim to capture the hope that drives southern sustainable farmers. Hope that they will succeed in raising foods to nourish people in their communities. Hope they their h ... read more »
Apollo 16 and Beyond: South Carolina in Space
[In Columbia] - 50 years ago, South Carolinian Charles Duke became the youngest person to step on the Moon. Opening April 9, the State Museum's new exhibition Apollo 16 & Beyond: South Carolina in Space highlights ... read more »
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