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Thursday, June 30, 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 »
African American Heritage Sites Online/Walking Tour
[In Columbia] - Over the course of four centuries, Columbia’s black community transformed itself from that of a predominately enslaved population to a society whose members overcame the restrictions of Jim Crow and ... read more »
The Museum of Reconstruction Era at the Woodrow Wilson Family Home Tour
[In Columbia] - The nation's only museum dedicated to interpreting the post-Civil War Reconstruction period and South Carolina's only remaining presidential site, this distinctive circa-1871 Italian villa-style re ... read more »
Mann-Simons Site Tour
[In Columbia] - While only one house stands today, the Mann-Simons Site historically was a collection of commercial and domestic spaces owned and operated by the same African American family from at least 1843 unti ... read more »
Hampton-Preston Mansion & Gardens Tour
[In Columbia] - One of Columbia's oldest remaining structures, the Hampton-Preston Mansion explores the lives of enslaved workers and their planter-class owners. All tours are semi-guided and begin at the Gift Shop ... read more »
Robert Mills House & Gardens Tour
[In Columbia] - One of only five National Historic Landmarks in Columbia, the Robert Mills House showcases the skill of the architect who designed some of our nation's most prominent buildings, including the Washin ... 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 »
 
Friday, July 1, 2022
African American Heritage Sites Online/Walking Tour
[In Columbia] - Over the course of four centuries, Columbia’s black community transformed itself from that of a predominately enslaved population to a society whose members overcame the restrictions of Jim Crow and ... read more »
The Museum of Reconstruction Era at the Woodrow Wilson Family Home Tour
[In Columbia] - The nation's only museum dedicated to interpreting the post-Civil War Reconstruction period and South Carolina's only remaining presidential site, this distinctive circa-1871 Italian villa-style re ... read more »
Mann-Simons Site Tour
[In Columbia] - While only one house stands today, the Mann-Simons Site historically was a collection of commercial and domestic spaces owned and operated by the same African American family from at least 1843 unti ... read more »
Robert Mills House & Gardens Tour
[In Columbia] - One of only five National Historic Landmarks in Columbia, the Robert Mills House showcases the skill of the architect who designed some of our nation's most prominent buildings, including the Washin ... 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 »
Hampton-Preston Mansion & Gardens Tour
[In Columbia] - One of Columbia's oldest remaining structures, the Hampton-Preston Mansion explores the lives of enslaved workers and their planter-class owners. All tours are semi-guided and begin at the Gift Shop ... read more »
 
Saturday, July 2, 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 »
Robert Mills House & Gardens Tour
[In Columbia] - One of only five National Historic Landmarks in Columbia, the Robert Mills House showcases the skill of the architect who designed some of our nation's most prominent buildings, including the Washin ... read more »
Hampton-Preston Mansion & Gardens Tour
[In Columbia] - One of Columbia's oldest remaining structures, the Hampton-Preston Mansion explores the lives of enslaved workers and their planter-class owners. All tours are semi-guided and begin at the Gift Shop ... read more »
Mann-Simons Site Tour
[In Columbia] - While only one house stands today, the Mann-Simons Site historically was a collection of commercial and domestic spaces owned and operated by the same African American family from at least 1843 unti ... read more »
The Museum of Reconstruction Era at the Woodrow Wilson Family Home Tour
[In Columbia] - The nation's only museum dedicated to interpreting the post-Civil War Reconstruction period and South Carolina's only remaining presidential site, this distinctive circa-1871 Italian villa-style re ... read more »
African American Heritage Sites Online/Walking Tour
[In Columbia] - Over the course of four centuries, Columbia’s black community transformed itself from that of a predominately enslaved population to a society whose members overcame the restrictions of Jim Crow and ... 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 »
 
Sunday, July 3, 2022
Hampton-Preston Mansion & Gardens Tour
[In Columbia] - One of Columbia's oldest remaining structures, the Hampton-Preston Mansion explores the lives of enslaved workers and their planter-class owners. All tours are semi-guided and begin at the Gift Shop ... read more »
African American Heritage Sites Online/Walking Tour
[In Columbia] - Over the course of four centuries, Columbia’s black community transformed itself from that of a predominately enslaved population to a society whose members overcame the restrictions of Jim Crow and ... read more »
Robert Mills House & Gardens Tour
[In Columbia] - One of only five National Historic Landmarks in Columbia, the Robert Mills House showcases the skill of the architect who designed some of our nation's most prominent buildings, including the Washin ... 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 »
The Museum of Reconstruction Era at the Woodrow Wilson Family Home Tour
[In Columbia] - The nation's only museum dedicated to interpreting the post-Civil War Reconstruction period and South Carolina's only remaining presidential site, this distinctive circa-1871 Italian villa-style re ... read more »
Mann-Simons Site Tour
[In Columbia] - While only one house stands today, the Mann-Simons Site historically was a collection of commercial and domestic spaces owned and operated by the same African American family from at least 1843 unti ... read more »
 
Monday, July 4, 2022
African American Heritage Sites Online/Walking Tour
[In Columbia] - Over the course of four centuries, Columbia’s black community transformed itself from that of a predominately enslaved population to a society whose members overcame the restrictions of Jim Crow and ... read more »
 
Tuesday, July 5, 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 »
African American Heritage Sites Online/Walking Tour
[In Columbia] - Over the course of four centuries, Columbia’s black community transformed itself from that of a predominately enslaved population to a society whose members overcame the restrictions of Jim Crow and ... 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 6, 2022
Mann-Simons Site Tour
[In Columbia] - While only one house stands today, the Mann-Simons Site historically was a collection of commercial and domestic spaces owned and operated by the same African American family from at least 1843 unti ... 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 »
The Museum of Reconstruction Era at the Woodrow Wilson Family Home Tour
[In Columbia] - The nation's only museum dedicated to interpreting the post-Civil War Reconstruction period and South Carolina's only remaining presidential site, this distinctive circa-1871 Italian villa-style re ... read more »
Hampton-Preston Mansion & Gardens Tour
[In Columbia] - One of Columbia's oldest remaining structures, the Hampton-Preston Mansion explores the lives of enslaved workers and their planter-class owners. All tours are semi-guided and begin at the Gift Shop ... read more »
Robert Mills House & Gardens Tour
[In Columbia] - One of only five National Historic Landmarks in Columbia, the Robert Mills House showcases the skill of the architect who designed some of our nation's most prominent buildings, including the Washin ... 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 »
African American Heritage Sites Online/Walking Tour
[In Columbia] - Over the course of four centuries, Columbia’s black community transformed itself from that of a predominately enslaved population to a society whose members overcame the restrictions of Jim Crow and ... read more »
 
Thursday, July 7, 2022
Robert Mills House & Gardens Tour
[In Columbia] - One of only five National Historic Landmarks in Columbia, the Robert Mills House showcases the skill of the architect who designed some of our nation's most prominent buildings, including the Washin ... 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 »
African American Heritage Sites Online/Walking Tour
[In Columbia] - Over the course of four centuries, Columbia’s black community transformed itself from that of a predominately enslaved population to a society whose members overcame the restrictions of Jim Crow and ... read more »
The Museum of Reconstruction Era at the Woodrow Wilson Family Home Tour
[In Columbia] - The nation's only museum dedicated to interpreting the post-Civil War Reconstruction period and South Carolina's only remaining presidential site, this distinctive circa-1871 Italian villa-style re ... read more »
Hampton-Preston Mansion & Gardens Tour
[In Columbia] - One of Columbia's oldest remaining structures, the Hampton-Preston Mansion explores the lives of enslaved workers and their planter-class owners. All tours are semi-guided and begin at the Gift Shop ... 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 »
Mann-Simons Site Tour
[In Columbia] - While only one house stands today, the Mann-Simons Site historically was a collection of commercial and domestic spaces owned and operated by the same African American family from at least 1843 unti ... read more »
 
Friday, July 8, 2022
Hampton-Preston Mansion & Gardens Tour
[In Columbia] - One of Columbia's oldest remaining structures, the Hampton-Preston Mansion explores the lives of enslaved workers and their planter-class owners. All tours are semi-guided and begin at the Gift Shop ... 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 »
Robert Mills House & Gardens Tour
[In Columbia] - One of only five National Historic Landmarks in Columbia, the Robert Mills House showcases the skill of the architect who designed some of our nation's most prominent buildings, including the Washin ... read more »
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