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TuesdayJanuary 22
Craft Bar Happy Hour6:00 - 9:00 p.m.Craft Bar Happy Hour

This event has been canceled.
We apologize for any inconvenience.


Craft Bar Happy Hour is back again for kid, teen and adult crafters! Bring your project and enjoy great snacks, refreshing beverages and the best of crafter camaraderie to get your juices flowing in the CMA's unconventional craft haven. Don't have a project? No worries, pick up a featured craft kit for $12 that night. Reserve your spot early - this intimate evening is quite popular.

Sponsored by Skirt! Magazine and Earth Fare.

WednesdayJanuary 23
Lecture Series: Monet to Matisse: Impressionism to Fauvism10:00 - 11:00 a.m.Lecture Series: Monet to Matisse: Impressionism to Fauvism
USC Art Professor Dr. Brad Collins traces the major developments in French painting in this four-part lecture series. Lecture topics include the birth of Impressionism, the work of major Post-Impressionists and the development of Fauvism during the first decade of the 20th century.

Wednesdays, January 9 - 30.
ThursdayJanuary 24
Members' Exhibition Preview Celebration: Impressionism from Monet to Matisse 6:00 p.m.Members' Exhibition Preview Celebration: Impressionism from Monet to Matisse
Due to overwhelming popularity, we are no longer able to accept reservations for the Members' Exhibition Preview Celebration on Thursday, January 24.
Impressionism from Monet to Matisse opens to the public on Friday, January 25 and is free for members.
Opening Day Lecture: Impressionism from Monet to Matisse
FridayJanuary 25
Opening Day Lecture: Impressionism from Monet to Matisse NoonOpening Day Lecture: Impressionism from Monet to Matisse
CMA chief curator Dr. Will South discusses the exhibition, Impressionism from Monet to Matisse and offers insight into the artists and their work.
SaturdayJanuary 26
Film: PBS American Visions: A Wave from the Atlantic1:00 p.m.Film: PBS American Visions: A Wave from the Atlantic
American Visions, an eight-part series on American art written and narrated by Time magazine art critic Robert Hughes, is both an account of American life and a tribute to American art. Filmed in 100 locations around the country, covering everything from Quaker to Shaker, George Washington to Bierstadt, Remington to Warhol, and the skyscrapers of New York City, Hughes has applied his considerable wit and imagination to the problem of revealing how art records and preserves both points of view and ways of life. It is American history told through art, not merely a history of art. It offers a perspective that is refreshingly elevating and inclusive. In A Wave from the Atlantic, Hughes further explores the legacy of technology while considering immigration and urbanism in turn-of-the-century American art. As a transplanted Australian, Hughes has personal experience with the process of turning "foreigners into Americans." "Overlay and mixture," he asserts, "is fundamental to American life." But it inevitably breeds conflict and differing values. 105 minutes.
Gallery Tour: Impressionism from Monet to Matisse1:00 p.m.Gallery Tour: Impressionism from Monet to Matisse
A guided tour of the exhibition Impressionism from Monet to Matisse offers insight into the artists and their works.
TuesdayJanuary 29
Evening for Educators: Impressionism from Monet to Matisse4:30 p.m.Evening for Educators: Impressionism from Monet to Matisse
Connect and collaborate with fellow South Carolina educators during this free introduction to the exhibition, Impressionism from Monet to Matisse. All participants receive resources and tools to reinforce cross-curriculum standards in their classrooms.

To register or for more information, email tours@columbiamuseum.org.
WednesdayJanuary 30
Lecture Series: Monet to Matisse: Impressionism to Fauvism10:00 - 11:00 a.m.Lecture Series: Monet to Matisse: Impressionism to Fauvism
USC Art Professor Dr. Brad Collins traces the major developments in French painting in this four-part lecture series. Lecture topics include the birth of Impressionism, the work of major Post-Impressionists and the development of Fauvism during the first decade of the 20th century.

Wednesdays, January 9 - 30.