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TuesdaySeptember 10
Homeschool Days at the CMA: The Language of Art1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.Homeschool Days at the CMA:  The Language of Art
Homeschool Days at the CMA is designed especially for home-schooled children ages 4 and up and their parents. This program combines an exploration of the galleries and a studio project.

Each child is $5.00. Register early as enrollment is limited! Pre-registration is required for all programs.

Parents are responsible for the care and supervision of children.
    Register Now!

    Cost:

  • Each child is $5 and one adult per family is free. Each additional adult is $10.
WednesdaySeptember 11
From Bawdy Boucher to Moody Monet: The Expressive Use of Color10:00 a.m. From Bawdy Boucher to Moody Monet: The Expressive Use of Color
This four-week lecture series highlights the use of color by artists in four major artistic movements: Rococo, Neoclassicism, Romanticism and Impressionism. Whether flirtatious and fanciful or evocative and elegiac, color plays an important role in painting for the artist as well as the viewer. Join CMA Curator Victoria Cooke as she discusses this interesting topic. Cooke studied at the University of Delaware with a focus on the history of art and architecture in Europe. She is a published author, popular speaker and has taught art history at the college level.
FridaySeptember 13
An Evening with Wayne White: Beauty is EmbarrassingScreening at 6:30 p.m.
Presentation at 8:00 p.m.
An Evening with Wayne White: Beauty is Embarrassing
Emmy Award-winning artist Wayne White presents a TED-style talk following a screening of the critically-acclaimed documentary Beauty is Embarrassing, a film about White's life-work and what it means to follow your passion. Raised in the mountains of Tennessee, White started his career in New York City as a cartoonist. He quickly found success as one of the creators of Pee-wee's Playhouse, which led to more work designing some of the most iconic images in pop culture. Recently his work has been shown in museums around the country. Whether he is parading a twenty-foot tall puppet through the Tennessee hillside or relaxing in his studio pickin' his banjo, Wayne White always seems to have a youthful grin and desperate drive to create art and objects. Cash bar provided by The Whig and musical enlightenment capturing White's journey from the South to Hollywood provided by the GCSPS. Sponsored by The Palm.



Learn more about the film here.
    Purchase Tickets Now!

    Cost:

  • $20 / $16 for members
    $5 for students.
    Posters for Beauty is Embarrassing will be available.
SaturdaySeptember 14
Art 21: 100 Artists1:00 p.m.Art 21: 100 Artists
Art 21: 100 Artists is a PBS documentary series that highlights the talents of 100 contemporary artists. Join the CMA as we participate in a global screening of the latest episodes.

    Cost:

  • Free with membership or admission.
TuesdaySeptember 17
CDL Presents: Body by Design - The design and culture of tattoo art and body piercingCocktail hour at 6:00 pm
Discussion at 7:00 pm
CDL Presents: Body by Design - The design and culture of tattoo art and body piercing
Join the CDL as we explore the world of physical culture and design with tattoo artists and body piercing experts. The evening will begin with a reception and design demonstrations, followed by a panel discussion featuring well-known tattoo artists and historians.

Shannon Purivs Barron of Indigo Rose Tattoo will be speaking, as well as Anna Felicity Friedman, PhD, an Interdisciplinary Scholar and Tattoo Historian.

Tickets available at the door or become a part of the CDL and attend for free!

    Cost:

  • Free for CDL members, $10 for non-members.
About Face Weekly Drawing Sessions: Portrait & Figure DrawingPortrait: 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Figure: 7:15 - 9:15 p.m.
About Face Weekly Drawing Sessions: Portrait & Figure Drawing
Looking for a supportive and friendly environment to hone your artistic skills? About Face Drawing Sessions are for you! There’s no instructor, but there is a group of inspired artists, representing a wide range of abilities, who love to draw from the live model.

    Cost:

  • $10 or $8 with CMA membership. $5 for students 18 years or older. Cost covers both sessions.
WednesdaySeptember 18
From Bawdy Boucher to Moody Monet: The Expressive Use of Color10:00 a.m. From Bawdy Boucher to Moody Monet: The Expressive Use of Color
This four-week lecture series highlights the use of color by artists in four major artistic movements: Rococo, Neoclassicism, Romanticism and Impressionism. Whether flirtatious and fanciful or evocative and elegiac, color plays an important role in painting for the artist as well as the viewer. Join CMA Curator Victoria Cooke as she discusses this interesting topic. Cooke studied at the University of Delaware with a focus on the history of art and architecture in Europe. She is a published author, popular speaker and has taught art history at the college level.
SaturdaySeptember 21
Jasper Magazine presents Readings from The Limelight - A Compendium of Contemporary Columbia Artists, vol 11:00 p.m.Jasper Magazine presents Readings from The Limelight - A Compendium of Contemporary Columbia Artists, vol 1
Join local literary luminaries as they read from The Limelight, a collection of essays written by Columbia writers and artists about Columbia writers and artists. The Limelight is both a celebration and a declaration that Columbia is a dynamic and multi-dimensional arts center, producing artists who excel on the local, national and international levels. Ed Madden reads his essay about the late James Dickey, Kristine Hartvigsen reads about SC poet laureate Marjorie Wentworth, Ray McManus reads his take on poet Terrance Hayes, Susan Lenz reads her essay on artist mentor Stephen Chesley and Cindi Boiter reads her piece on Columbia artist Blue Sky.

    Cost:

  • Free with membership or admission.
MondaySeptember 23
About Face Drawing Session10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.About Face Drawing Session
Looking for a supportive and friendly environment to hone your artistic skills? About Face Drawing Sessions are for you! There’s no instructor, but there is a group of inspired artists, representing a wide range of abilities, who love to draw from the live model.

    Cost:

  • $12 or $10 with CMA membership. $5 for students 18 years or older.
WednesdaySeptember 25
From Bawdy Boucher to Moody Monet: The Expressive Use of Color10:00 a.m. From Bawdy Boucher to Moody Monet: The Expressive Use of Color
This four-week lecture series highlights the use of color by artists in four major artistic movements: Rococo, Neoclassicism, Romanticism and Impressionism. Whether flirtatious and fanciful or evocative and elegiac, color plays an important role in painting for the artist as well as the viewer. Join CMA Curator Victoria Cooke as she discusses this interesting topic. Cooke studied at the University of Delaware with a focus on the history of art and architecture in Europe. She is a published author, popular speaker and has taught art history at the college level.
ThursdaySeptember 26
Contemporaries Oktoberfest5:30 – 7:30 p.m.Contemporaries Oktoberfest
Come out and join The Contemporaries of the Columbia Museum of Art for the event of the season: Oktoberfest! We are excited to share the sounds of Seventy Six and Sunny along with seasonal beers and bratwurst galore. There will be drink ticket packages available for non-members at a really great deal (so bring some cash) but if you are a member or join at the event, then you drink for FREE! So join us in front of the Museum at Boyd Plaza for a night of Friends, Food & Fun. We hope to see you there!

    Cost:

  • $12 / Free for Contemporaries members
SaturdaySeptember 28
Art 21: 100 Artists1:00 p.m.Art 21: 100 Artists
Art 21: 100 Artists is a PBS documentary series that highlights the talents of 100 contemporary artists. Join the CMA as we participate in a global screening of the latest episodes.

    Cost:

  • Free with membership or admission.
SundaySeptember 29
Dinner in White7:00 - 10:00 p.m.Dinner in White
Chef Ryan Whittaker of 116 Espresso and Wine Bar, is bringing a French tradition to Columbia. Based on the incredible "Diner en Blanc" dinner series that is sweeping major cities around the globe, 116 Espresso and Wine Bar is excited to present their own "Dinner in White" Pop-up Picnic Series. Ryan has chosen the Columbia Museum of Art as the recipient of his generosity, $40 of the $100-per-person ticket price is donated to the CMA to support our educational mission.

The event location is kept secret until the day of. 116 provides a gourmet French "picnic" themed meal featuring local ingredients, great wine, and live entertainment. Guests supply their own dishes, silverware and glasses and wear all white.

This kick off event is designed to be a fun and fantastic way to meet new people, celebrate the arts and enjoy gourmet food and wine. Be part of the spectacle!

  • Amuse-bouche:
  • Canape' of Smoked Salmon Mousse with Caper and Red Onion
  • First Course:
  • Croque Monsieur
    Oysters on the Half Shell with Mignonette
    Pate au Poivre Noir
  • Second Course:
  • Duo of Wil-Moore Farms Chicken: Herbs de Provence Marinated Fried Chicken Leg and Smoked Chicken Thigh stuffed with Chicken Liver Mousse
    Julia Child’s French Potato Salad
    Butternut Squash and Goat Cheese Galette
    Haricot Vert and Shallot Salad
  • Third Course:
  • Local Cheese Board with Heather's Artisan Baguette
  • Dessert:
  • Passed Finger Sweets and Chocolate Truffles