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Spartanburg Art Museum presents: formation

October 5-November 6

Pattern. Arrangement. Structure. Formation. The five artists in this exhibition share kindred approaches to these crucial elements of art and design. By employing systems of highly ordered compositions that are simultaneously complex and accessible, their formations of layers, tensions, and balance are created with unabashed palettes, scale, and surprise. This exhibition is generously sponsored by Davis + Walker Barnes, Alice + Ty Dawson, Leah Kent + Mici Fluegge, Misti + Kevin Hudson, Susu + George Dean Johnson, Jr., Leigh Ann +…

Textile Narratives Art Exhibition

October 6-December 16

The Clemson Visual Arts welcomes back Master of Fine Arts alumna, Terry Jarrard-Dimond ‘79 for a solo exhibition, “Textile Narratives,” opening Aug. 18 and continuing through Dec. 16, 2021, at the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts Lobby. The artworks in this exhibition showcase Dimond’s collection of large-scale geometric compositions using hand-dyed, contemporary textiles. Dimond’s work has been featured by the Columbia South Carolina Museum of Art in Columbia, S.C. and she has artwork in S.C. State Art Collection in…

Roper Research Room Open

October 19@1:00 pm-7:00 pm
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An event every week that begins at 1:00 pm on Tuesday, repeating until December 31, 2021

The Roper Research Room is open each Tuesday from 1 – 7 p.m. or by appointment with the curator. Find photos and documents about Anderson County or your ancestors from the area. The holdings in our library are more than2,800 strong making it a wonderful resource for teachers, students and researchers. From city directories, maps and photographs, to many family genealogies, we have information that can help with your research.

“Stories From Silver Brook Cemetery” with Beth Batson

October 19@5:30 pm-6:30 pm

Silver Brook Cemetery has lots of stories to tell! Many extraordinary and interesting leaders of Anderson are buried in this historic cemetery established in the late 1800s. Join historian Beth Batson and learn about the people and their place in Anderson history. There could be some interesting ghost stories from the graves too! This is a free event; donations accepted. Reservations are required to attend this session in Anderson County Museum’s community room. Email Linda at lbloparo@andersoncountysc.org to reserve a…

Life in an American War Relocation Camp

October 20@12:00 pm-1:00 pm

On February 19, 1942, following the December 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066, a mandate that required all Americans of Japanese ancestry to enter internment camps. Join special panelists Catherine Ladnier, Greg Robinson, and Karen Korematsu as they discuss everyday life for Japanese American citizens that were denied their freedom and rights due to their Japanese ancestry. This special event will be both in-person and virtual. LECTURE PANELISTS Catherine Ladnier (presenting in-person)…

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