01 / Wednesday
Art Class: Rethinking Inking
Wednesdays, December 1, 8, and 15 | 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.In this three-part class, students learn how to work both technically and gesturally with India ink on a variety of surfaces. This class focuses on thinking about ink outside of strict linework and encourages participants to work loosely and experimentally with materials.
02 / Thursday
FAAAC presents Sip & ScribbleJoin the Friends of African American Art & Culture (FAAAC) for the sixth edition of Sip & Scribble, an artful and soulful coloring book party. Relax with friends, enjoy one free glass of wine, and color pages illustrated by world-renowned South Carolina artist William H. Johnson while celebrating the opening of 22 South Carolinians, the companion show to 30 Americans.
02 / Thursday
Opening Celebration: Meet the Artists of 22 South CaroliniansMeet the artists of 22 South Carolinians during Free First Thursday at the CMA. 22 South Carolinians takes inspiration from the featured fall exhibition 30 Americans and highlights remarkable Black artists whose artistic practices have been shaped by their experiences in South Carolina, revealing unique portraits of creativity, culture, and visual storytelling.
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Watts County (detail), 2004
Acrylic on canvas
76 x 61 3/4 in. (193 x 157 cm)
© Henry Taylor. Courtesy Rubell Museum, Miami