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  • Columbia Museum of Art
    CMA Press Kits News Board of Trustees Collections Magazine Contact Who to Call Rights and Reproductions Staff Directory Rent Donate Directions and Parking Guidelines Accessibility About Columbia CMA Shop CMA On the Road Group Tours 11 00a m 5 00p m See full list of Museum Hours Visit 1515 Main Street Columbia SC 29201 Write P O Box 2068 Columbia SC 29202 Information 803 799 2810 Museum Shop 803 343 2159 Group Tours 803 343 2163 Membership 803 343 2198 REMIX Spoken All Exhibitions Kress Collection American Asian European Modern and Contemporary Vogel Collection All Events CMA Chamber Music on Main CMA Jazz on Main Arts Draughts Talks and Tours Columbia Design League Events Contemporaries Events Friends of African American Art Culture Events CMA Gala Fri 12 February 2016 Talks and Tours Artist Salon Damond Howard The artist salon series features gallery talks about a wide range of subjects topics and disciplines Noon Cost Free with membership or admission Learn More Fri 12 February 2016 Talks and Tours REMIX Spark Tour The CMA is offering quick 30 minute Spark Tours of featured exhibitions 2 00 p m Cost Free with membership or admission Learn More Art School Summer Camp Families Educators School Programs Community Outreach Group Tours About Face Multimedia Tours Sat 13 February 2016 For Families Sweet on CMA Come have a lovely time at the fourth annual Sweet on CMA family fun event Noon 3 00 p m Cost Free Learn More Sun 14 February 2016 For Families Passport to Art Puppy Love This free drop in studio program for families features thematic hands on art projects and a family tour Valentine s Day is all about love Noon 3 00 p m Cost Free Learn More Become a Member Donate Sponsor Volunteer Give the Gift of Art

    Original URL path: http://www.columbiamuseum.org/exhibitions/palmetto-heritage (2016-02-12)
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  • Columbia Museum of Art
    Rent Donate Directions and Parking Guidelines Accessibility About Columbia CMA Shop CMA On the Road Group Tours 11 00a m 5 00p m See full list of Museum Hours Visit 1515 Main Street Columbia SC 29201 Write P O Box 2068 Columbia SC 29202 Information 803 799 2810 Museum Shop 803 343 2159 Group Tours 803 343 2163 Membership 803 343 2198 REMIX Spoken All Exhibitions Kress Collection American Asian European Modern and Contemporary Vogel Collection All Events CMA Chamber Music on Main CMA Jazz on Main Arts Draughts Talks and Tours Columbia Design League Events Contemporaries Events Friends of African American Art Culture Events CMA Gala Fri 12 February 2016 Talks and Tours Artist Salon Damond Howard The artist salon series features gallery talks about a wide range of subjects topics and disciplines Noon Cost Free with membership or admission Learn More Fri 12 February 2016 Talks and Tours REMIX Spark Tour The CMA is offering quick 30 minute Spark Tours of featured exhibitions 2 00 p m Cost Free with membership or admission Learn More Art School Summer Camp Families Educators School Programs Community Outreach Group Tours About Face Multimedia Tours Sat 13 February 2016 For Families Sweet on CMA Come have a lovely time at the fourth annual Sweet on CMA family fun event Noon 3 00 p m Cost Free Learn More Sun 14 February 2016 For Families Passport to Art Puppy Love This free drop in studio program for families features thematic hands on art projects and a family tour Valentine s Day is all about love Noon 3 00 p m Cost Free Learn More Become a Member Donate Sponsor Volunteer Give the Gift of Art Support the Museum Your gift helps the museum achieve its mission to engage the mind and enrich the

    Original URL path: http://www.columbiamuseum.org/exhibitions/culture-clash-students-interpret-warhol (2016-02-12)
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  • Columbia Museum of Art
    Give the Gift of Art About Mission and History FAQ Work at CMA CMA Stories Newsroom About the CMA Press Kits News Board of Trustees Collections Magazine Contact Who to Call Rights and Reproductions Staff Directory Rent Donate Directions and Parking Guidelines Accessibility About Columbia CMA Shop CMA On the Road Group Tours 11 00a m 5 00p m See full list of Museum Hours Visit 1515 Main Street Columbia SC 29201 Write P O Box 2068 Columbia SC 29202 Information 803 799 2810 Museum Shop 803 343 2159 Group Tours 803 343 2163 Membership 803 343 2198 REMIX Spoken All Exhibitions Kress Collection American Asian European Modern and Contemporary Vogel Collection All Events CMA Chamber Music on Main CMA Jazz on Main Arts Draughts Talks and Tours Columbia Design League Events Contemporaries Events Friends of African American Art Culture Events CMA Gala Fri 12 February 2016 Talks and Tours Artist Salon Damond Howard The artist salon series features gallery talks about a wide range of subjects topics and disciplines Noon Cost Free with membership or admission Learn More Fri 12 February 2016 Talks and Tours REMIX Spark Tour The CMA is offering quick 30 minute Spark Tours of featured exhibitions 2 00 p m Cost Free with membership or admission Learn More Art School Summer Camp Families Educators School Programs Community Outreach Group Tours About Face Multimedia Tours Sat 13 February 2016 For Families Sweet on CMA Come have a lovely time at the fourth annual Sweet on CMA family fun event Noon 3 00 p m Cost Free Learn More Sun 14 February 2016 For Families Passport to Art Puppy Love This free drop in studio program for families features thematic hands on art projects and a family tour Valentine s Day is all about love Noon 3

    Original URL path: http://www.columbiamuseum.org/exhibitions/columbia-broadside-project (2016-02-12)
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  • Columbia Museum of Art
    Ways to Give Sponsor Volunteer Give the Gift of Art About Mission and History FAQ Work at CMA CMA Stories Newsroom About the CMA Press Kits News Board of Trustees Collections Magazine Contact Who to Call Rights and Reproductions Staff Directory Rent Donate Directions and Parking Guidelines Accessibility About Columbia CMA Shop CMA On the Road Group Tours 11 00a m 5 00p m See full list of Museum Hours Visit 1515 Main Street Columbia SC 29201 Write P O Box 2068 Columbia SC 29202 Information 803 799 2810 Museum Shop 803 343 2159 Group Tours 803 343 2163 Membership 803 343 2198 REMIX Spoken All Exhibitions Kress Collection American Asian European Modern and Contemporary Vogel Collection All Events CMA Chamber Music on Main CMA Jazz on Main Arts Draughts Talks and Tours Columbia Design League Events Contemporaries Events Friends of African American Art Culture Events CMA Gala Fri 12 February 2016 Talks and Tours Artist Salon Damond Howard The artist salon series features gallery talks about a wide range of subjects topics and disciplines Noon Cost Free with membership or admission Learn More Fri 12 February 2016 Talks and Tours REMIX Spark Tour The CMA is offering quick 30 minute Spark Tours of featured exhibitions 2 00 p m Cost Free with membership or admission Learn More Art School Summer Camp Families Educators School Programs Community Outreach Group Tours About Face Multimedia Tours Sat 13 February 2016 For Families Sweet on CMA Come have a lovely time at the fourth annual Sweet on CMA family fun event Noon 3 00 p m Cost Free Learn More Sun 14 February 2016 For Families Passport to Art Puppy Love This free drop in studio program for families features thematic hands on art projects and a family tour Valentine s Day is

    Original URL path: http://www.columbiamuseum.org/exhibitions/art-healing (2016-02-12)
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  • Columbia Museum of Art
    2198 REMIX Spoken All Exhibitions Kress Collection American Asian European Modern and Contemporary Vogel Collection All Events CMA Chamber Music on Main CMA Jazz on Main Arts Draughts Talks and Tours Columbia Design League Events Contemporaries Events Friends of African American Art Culture Events CMA Gala Fri 12 February 2016 Talks and Tours Artist Salon Damond Howard The artist salon series features gallery talks about a wide range of subjects topics and disciplines Noon Cost Free with membership or admission Learn More Fri 12 February 2016 Talks and Tours REMIX Spark Tour The CMA is offering quick 30 minute Spark Tours of featured exhibitions 2 00 p m Cost Free with membership or admission Learn More Art School Summer Camp Families Educators School Programs Community Outreach Group Tours About Face Multimedia Tours Sat 13 February 2016 For Families Sweet on CMA Come have a lovely time at the fourth annual Sweet on CMA family fun event Noon 3 00 p m Cost Free Learn More Sun 14 February 2016 For Families Passport to Art Puppy Love This free drop in studio program for families features thematic hands on art projects and a family tour Valentine s Day is all about love Noon 3 00 p m Cost Free Learn More Become a Member Donate Sponsor Volunteer Give the Gift of Art Support the Museum Your gift helps the museum achieve its mission to engage the mind and enrich the spirit Make a Donation Become a Member Join today engage your mind and enrich your spirit with the benefits and rewards of being a member of the Columbia Museum of Art Join the CMA Charles Courtney Curran Seeking the Ideal February 20 May 17 Take a multimedia tour We have tours for adults and children available for use during your visit Check them out now then come and make the most of your experience in the galleries Visit Us Charles Curran s heart was claimed by women children and flowers and he devoted a lifetime to painting them in the full light of day out of doors What normal human being he wrote can see a garden full of flowers in bloom or a hillside sprinkled with nature s own decorations the wild flowers without an emotion of joy His goal as a painter was to capture that joy on canvas Seeking the Ideal brings together 58 Curran masterpieces sure to astonish with their jewel like color soaring vistas and garden landscapes and love for beauty Organized by the Dixon Gallery and Gardens Memphis with the Frick Art Historical Center and the Columbia Museum of Art From the Exhibition infoToggle Title needed Curran Title needed Curran infoToggle Title needed Curran Title needed Curran infoToggle Title needed Curran Title needed Curran infoToggle Title Needed Curran Title Needed Curran infoToggle Title Needed Curran Title Needed Curran CMA Stories close Guest Post High Schooler Julia Miller View More Who wouldn t want to be a Victorian lady wrapped in the finest silk and chiffon

    Original URL path: http://www.columbiamuseum.org/exhibitions/charles-courtney-curran (2016-02-12)
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  • Columbia Museum of Art
    JoAnn Turnquist It is a joy to introduce our next guest blogger in our Love Where You Live series Ed Madden is the inaugural Poet Laureate for the City of Columbia He is also an associate professor of English and director of Women s and Gender Studies at the University of South Carolina Recently Mr Madden participated in the Identity show at Columbia Museum of Art This art show was one of many community engagement activities tied to the Warhol exhibit at the museum and was funded through the Foundation s Connected Communities Grants I hope you enjoy his story of how he is giving back to Columbia through the arts My dad s glasses seeing things differently through art and collaboration By Ed Madden My dad held me up to the kitchen window I looked out Then put on his glasses looked out again a world with edges limits each thing newly fixed against the autumn sky from Solve for X collaborative poem by Ed Madden and Alexis Stratton from Identity in the Community Gallery at the Columbia Museum of Art in conjunction with the recent exhibition From Marilyn to Mao Andy Warhol s Famous Faces When I was a kid I needed glasses I still remember vividly that moment my dad held me up to the kitchen window and let me look out with his glasses on The world came into focus in a way I d never known I use that image in the poem I recently wrote for the Identity show at the Columbia Museum of Art I like the image someone helping me learn to see I would of course get my own eyeglasses once my family realized I needed them and I would come to see the world in my own ways not just those of my parents But there s still something fundamental and moving for me in that memory learning to see helping someone else to see seeing anew seeing differently When Leslie Pierce asked me to participate in community engagement activities tied to the Warhol exhibit at the Columbia Museum of Art From Marilyn to Mao Andy Warhol s Famous Faces I didn t hesitate to say yes It wasn t just because Leslie asked me though it was unlikely I would ever say no to Leslie She was such a delight to work with such a light in our community and her passing last summer was an extraordinary loss It wasn t just the chance to work with the Warhol exhibit either though that exhibit is pretty amazing It wasn t just the chance to be able respond to the show though it was a treat to make those little Warhol esque screen tests to provide audio commentary for the gallery tour I chose the Judy Garland photo and to work alongside other local artists I admire filmmaker Betsy Newman painter Alejandro García Lemos visual artist Michaela Pilar Brown It wasn t even really the opportunity to produce something ourselves

    Original URL path: http://www.columbiamuseum.org/cma_stories/love-where-you-live-ed-madden (2016-02-12)
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  • Columbia Museum of Art
    engage your mind and enrich your spirit with the benefits and rewards of being a member of the Columbia Museum of Art Join the CMA Back to CMA Stories Identity Spotlight Alexis Stratton August 26 2015 Alexis Stratton and I met at Drip in Five Points a stop on her list of favorite places to write An alum of the MFA Creative Writing program at USC and an active member in the South Carolina writing community she s no stranger to the best Columbia locale for putting pen to paper You may have even heard of her before she was nominated for Jasper s Artist of the Year in 2014 Stratton collaborated with Ed Madden on Solve for X a piece for Identity the latest installment in our Community Gallery We really went through this multistage process to create the piece says Stratton First we started with collecting quotes from books and movies that inspired us to create a word bank then we would write pieces separately and finally ending with creating our collaborative poem The finished product contains each of these elements in the visual a large X covers the wall and is completely comprised of their individual poems their word bank and the poem they crafted together On either side of the X are chalkboards where viewers can respond to the piece by writing in their own phrases essentially creating a word bank of their own The third and final component of Solve for X was Stratton s favorite to work on Ed and I have a really great synergy I think and it became really apparent in the way that our collaborative poem was created But this isn t the first time that Stratton and Columbia s Poet Laureate have worked together I ve known Ed since undergrad Stratton begins as she sips her decaf He taught me several workshops and I was completely blown away by his teaching ability and talent We kept in touch but when I came back to the MFA program we reconnected there as fellow artists So I was honored when he invited me to be a part of this project with him The pair shares an impressive amount in common Ed was so supportive as I got involved in the Columbia writing scene but also in the LGBT community too says Stratton Both Madden and Stratton are involved in the English and Women s and Gender Studies departments at USC and both are considered leaders in the campaign for equality and human rights in South Carolina Ed and I have a lot of overlapping themes that we address in our writing We joked that we would have a hard time finding something in common to write about she laughed The project wasn t without its challenges though For the writing duo visual art was a largely unexplored frontier I did feel a little bit out of my element We started brainstorming what we could that was writing but still something people

    Original URL path: http://www.columbiamuseum.org/cma_stories/identity-spotlight-alexis-stratton (2016-02-12)
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  • Columbia Museum of Art
    Art School Summer Camp Families Educators School Programs Community Outreach Group Tours About Face Multimedia Tours Sat 13 February 2016 For Families Sweet on CMA Come have a lovely time at the fourth annual Sweet on CMA family fun event Noon 3 00 p m Cost Free Learn More Sun 14 February 2016 For Families Passport to Art Puppy Love This free drop in studio program for families features thematic hands on art projects and a family tour Valentine s Day is all about love Noon 3 00 p m Cost Free Learn More Become a Member Donate Sponsor Volunteer Give the Gift of Art Support the Museum Your gift helps the museum achieve its mission to engage the mind and enrich the spirit Make a Donation Become a Member Join today engage your mind and enrich your spirit with the benefits and rewards of being a member of the Columbia Museum of Art Join the CMA Back to CMA Stories Identity Spotlight Printing Identity Collective September 11 2015 Anna Velicky Kyle Alston and Kaitlyn Shealy led me through the basement hallways of the McMaster building with a confidence that only comes with time As we headed to the printmaking studio the trio acknowledged teachers and friends along the way it s clear that they belong here These three are dedicated seniors in the School of Visual Art at USC and their schedules have always been full with classes club meetings and studio time together Yeah we were already like a little family We go to conferences together we re in clubs together Velicky said when I asked of their relationship prior to their involvement on the Identity project Printmaking is awesome because it s so community based Shealy added and I think the word community is a great way to describe the process by which the trio worked with Alejandro Garcia Lemos their mentor for the Community Gallery show this summer They call themselves the Printing Identity Collective Together with Garcia Lemos and Master Printers from USC Mary Robinson and Frol Boundin the group created six silkscreen portraits five that hang in the Community Gallery detailing a few famous faces of Columbia people who give back to the community and have made Soda City a more vibrant place to live Alejandro was very responsive to our ideas for the subject of our portraits So he made suggestions then we made suggestions and we all compromised on who we would ultimately focus on said Alston And he was really interested in learning from us too which was awesome followed Shealy He essentially let us make it our own project He started us off but we had a lot of control over the creative process said Velicky who shot several of the photographs for the pieces herself To echo Velicky s words each student had creative control For the portrait of Leslie Pierce Kyle said he did everything he could on the computer while Kaitlyn who focused on the images of

    Original URL path: http://www.columbiamuseum.org/cma_stories/identity-spotlight-printing-identity-collective (2016-02-12)
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