"Tobit Made Blind," an etching by Jason Amick of Columbia. Tobit was a Biblical character known for always trying to provide Jews with a proper burial. He was blinded when birds pooped in his eyes while he was napping.
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Exposed Wiring, Saturday, Feb. 27 at 7:30 p.m.
"Josh Drews: Monotypers," through March 18. 1329 State St., Cayce. (803) 765-0838.
"Crowns," through March 6. Trustus Theatre. (803) 254-9732.
"Grass Roots: African Origins of an American Art," McKissick Museum at USC. Through May 8. (803) 777-7251.
Columbia Museum of Art, "Chemistry of Color," through May 9, (803) 799-2810.
“From the Pee Dee to the Savannah: Art and Material Culture of South Carolina’s Fall Line Region” though March 22; "Tangible History: South Carolina Stoneware from the Holcombe Family Collection" through 2010. S.C. Museum. (803) 898-4921.