In the late 1950s and throughout the 1960s, Kwame Brathwaite used photography to popularize the political slogan “Black Is Beautiful.” This exhibition—the first ever dedicated to Brathwaite’s remarkable career—tells the story of a key figure of the second Harlem Renaissance. Columbia Museum of Art. Columbia, S.C. AUG. 1-SepT. 6.
A representational realist painter, Reibel describes his work as a continual pursuit of visual poetry. He is a signature member of the National Oil and Acrylic Painters Society, and an […]
A man of many enthusiasms, Fleischer pursued the best examples by the best glass artists with ardor and energy and built an important collection that he bequeathed to the Morris Museum of Art. AUG. 1-Dec. 31
Many of the South’s most important teaching artists spent time in New York City and Paris and brought home new painting styles. This is exemplified by this selection from the Morris Museum of Art’s permanent collection, which features the work of Frank London, Wade White, Will Henry Stevens, John McCrady, Paul Ninas, Robert Gwathmey, and […]
It was over a decade ago when Jill Gunn, Beth Jones and Kaye Ward began studying watercolor techniques and exhibiting in local art shows. They formed Watercolor Women in the […]
Musical tributes to The King, The Godfather of Soul, Rod the Mod and Captain Fantastic. 7:30 p.m. Imperial Theatre.
Last chance to view an exhibition featuring the works of three Augusta-based artists. Jennifer Onofrio Fornes, Brian McGrath and Raoul Pacheco come together to show a variety of mediums with […]