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Events: Art Exhibitions

Tuesday, July 12, 2022
In the Shadow of Monet: Giverny and American Impressionism
[In Columbia] - In 1883, French Impressionist painter Claude Monet settled in Giverny, a village nestled at the confluence of the Seine and Epte rivers. This is the scene of the CMA’s beloved Monet landscape painti ... read more »
Amanda McCavour: Bright Little Day Stars
[In Columbia] - Poet Martha Lavinia Hoffman describes flowers as “bright little day stars scattered all over the earth.” Artist Amanda McCavour lifts those stars up into the air in this exhibition, creating hoverin ... 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 »
 
Wednesday, July 13, 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 »
In the Shadow of Monet: Giverny and American Impressionism
[In Columbia] - In 1883, French Impressionist painter Claude Monet settled in Giverny, a village nestled at the confluence of the Seine and Epte rivers. This is the scene of the CMA’s beloved Monet landscape painti ... read more »
Amanda McCavour: Bright Little Day Stars
[In Columbia] - Poet Martha Lavinia Hoffman describes flowers as “bright little day stars scattered all over the earth.” Artist Amanda McCavour lifts those stars up into the air in this exhibition, creating hoverin ... 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 »
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, July 14, 2022
In the Shadow of Monet: Giverny and American Impressionism
[In Columbia] - In 1883, French Impressionist painter Claude Monet settled in Giverny, a village nestled at the confluence of the Seine and Epte rivers. This is the scene of the CMA’s beloved Monet landscape painti ... 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 »
Amanda McCavour: Bright Little Day Stars
[In Columbia] - Poet Martha Lavinia Hoffman describes flowers as “bright little day stars scattered all over the earth.” Artist Amanda McCavour lifts those stars up into the air in this exhibition, creating hoverin ... 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 »
 
Friday, July 15, 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 »
Amanda McCavour: Bright Little Day Stars
[In Columbia] - Poet Martha Lavinia Hoffman describes flowers as “bright little day stars scattered all over the earth.” Artist Amanda McCavour lifts those stars up into the air in this exhibition, creating hoverin ... 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 »
In the Shadow of Monet: Giverny and American Impressionism
[In Columbia] - In 1883, French Impressionist painter Claude Monet settled in Giverny, a village nestled at the confluence of the Seine and Epte rivers. This is the scene of the CMA’s beloved Monet landscape painti ... 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, July 16, 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 »
Amanda McCavour: Bright Little Day Stars
[In Columbia] - Poet Martha Lavinia Hoffman describes flowers as “bright little day stars scattered all over the earth.” Artist Amanda McCavour lifts those stars up into the air in this exhibition, creating hoverin ... read more »
In the Shadow of Monet: Giverny and American Impressionism
[In Columbia] - In 1883, French Impressionist painter Claude Monet settled in Giverny, a village nestled at the confluence of the Seine and Epte rivers. This is the scene of the CMA’s beloved Monet landscape painti ... 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 »
 
Sunday, July 17, 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 »
In the Shadow of Monet: Giverny and American Impressionism
[In Columbia] - In 1883, French Impressionist painter Claude Monet settled in Giverny, a village nestled at the confluence of the Seine and Epte rivers. This is the scene of the CMA’s beloved Monet landscape painti ... read more »
Amanda McCavour: Bright Little Day Stars
[In Columbia] - Poet Martha Lavinia Hoffman describes flowers as “bright little day stars scattered all over the earth.” Artist Amanda McCavour lifts those stars up into the air in this exhibition, creating hoverin ... read more »
 
Tuesday, July 19, 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 »
Amanda McCavour: Bright Little Day Stars
[In Columbia] - Poet Martha Lavinia Hoffman describes flowers as “bright little day stars scattered all over the earth.” Artist Amanda McCavour lifts those stars up into the air in this exhibition, creating hoverin ... read more »
In the Shadow of Monet: Giverny and American Impressionism
[In Columbia] - In 1883, French Impressionist painter Claude Monet settled in Giverny, a village nestled at the confluence of the Seine and Epte rivers. This is the scene of the CMA’s beloved Monet landscape painti ... read more »
 
Wednesday, July 20, 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 »
In the Shadow of Monet: Giverny and American Impressionism
[In Columbia] - In 1883, French Impressionist painter Claude Monet settled in Giverny, a village nestled at the confluence of the Seine and Epte rivers. This is the scene of the CMA’s beloved Monet landscape painti ... read more »
Amanda McCavour: Bright Little Day Stars
[In Columbia] - Poet Martha Lavinia Hoffman describes flowers as “bright little day stars scattered all over the earth.” Artist Amanda McCavour lifts those stars up into the air in this exhibition, creating hoverin ... read more »
 
Thursday, July 21, 2022
Amanda McCavour: Bright Little Day Stars
[In Columbia] - Poet Martha Lavinia Hoffman describes flowers as “bright little day stars scattered all over the earth.” Artist Amanda McCavour lifts those stars up into the air in this exhibition, creating hoverin ... 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 »
In the Shadow of Monet: Giverny and American Impressionism
[In Columbia] - In 1883, French Impressionist painter Claude Monet settled in Giverny, a village nestled at the confluence of the Seine and Epte rivers. This is the scene of the CMA’s beloved Monet landscape painti ... read more »
 
Friday, July 22, 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 »
Amanda McCavour: Bright Little Day Stars
[In Columbia] - Poet Martha Lavinia Hoffman describes flowers as “bright little day stars scattered all over the earth.” Artist Amanda McCavour lifts those stars up into the air in this exhibition, creating hoverin ... read more »
In the Shadow of Monet: Giverny and American Impressionism
[In Columbia] - In 1883, French Impressionist painter Claude Monet settled in Giverny, a village nestled at the confluence of the Seine and Epte rivers. This is the scene of the CMA’s beloved Monet landscape painti ... read more »
 
Saturday, July 23, 2022
Amanda McCavour: Bright Little Day Stars
[In Columbia] - Poet Martha Lavinia Hoffman describes flowers as “bright little day stars scattered all over the earth.” Artist Amanda McCavour lifts those stars up into the air in this exhibition, creating hoverin ... read more »
In the Shadow of Monet: Giverny and American Impressionism
[In Columbia] - In 1883, French Impressionist painter Claude Monet settled in Giverny, a village nestled at the confluence of the Seine and Epte rivers. This is the scene of the CMA’s beloved Monet landscape painti ... 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 »
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