Great news for Columbia and the arts. Steve Morrison is close to joining the race for mayor. He and his wife Gail have been actively involved in all kinds of arts. He was chair of the Columbia Museum of Art and Gail headed the search for a new orchestra music director. And they both attend all kinds of arts events - I've seen them at every sort of art activity you can think of. Steve also has an incredible record of service to those in need. The State has a story today.http://www.thestate.com/local/story/1006968.html
Carolina Culture by Jeffrey Day
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"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.