This Thursday Is Third Thursday: Girlpower At Stormwater Studios
This month we’re all about Girlpower!
It’s a girl-focused celebration featuring:
Our new neighbors, the Girl Scouts of SC. You know the Girl Scouts teach girls to lead with courage, confidence and character, but did you know they’re building a leadership center right around the corner? Kim Hutzell, Chief Executive Officer of the Girls Scouts of SC, Mountains to Midlands, will fill you in on all the wonderful details (and yes, you’ll be able to stock up on Girl Scout cookies!)
Cookie sale: 6:00 – 8:00
Conversation with Kim Hutzell: 6:30
A world-premiere dance performance by the all-girl dance company, the Power Company Collaborative (next stop: Prague!) Motivated by their mission of empowerment for all people, PoCoCo seeks to cultivate connectivity, rather than create barriers between people. They will present prototype #2 of The Singing Wall, which aims to engage community, follow patterns in nature, and construct a system of human relationships, as an experimental alternative to the much-debated proposed wall on the southern US border.
The famous Girlbots at Lewis and Clark Lamps!
Also, be sure to check out the screening of the UofSC School of Visual Art and Design’s Media Arts students’ latest works in the SVAD Studio from 5-7 pm, and don’t forget to stop by One Eared Cow Glass!
NEWS FROM OUR RESIDENT ARTISTS
Eileen Blyth just finished installing a new piece of public art, “Hello Goodbye” at the corner of Assembly and Elmwood in Columbia.
The SC State Museum’s 30th Anniversary Juried Exhibition features pieces by Eileen Blyth, Heidi Darr-Hope, and Anna Redwine. Through Saturday, March 9.
The Sumter County Gallery of Art is celebrating Stephen Chesley with a retrospective. Feb. 21-April 19.
This is the final week of our CWWY+2 show, featuring work by Stephen Chesley, Mike Williams, Ed Wimberly, David Yaghjian, Ellen Yaghjian and Guy Allison.
Save these Dates
April 6&7: Columbia Open Studios
April 18: Artista Vista 2019