Levine Museum examines connections to past and present through a variety of programming. Jan. 15, 12 p.m. - 4 p.m. Engage in discussion and reflection with presentations, crafts, and a panel discussion around our upcoming exhibit K(NO)W Justice K(NO)W Peace, which explores the complicated history of policing, protest and community response. Jan. 16, 10 a.m. - 4 Enjoy a free day for the family with access to exhibits, crafts, and performances the McCrorey YMCA Senior African Drummers, Charlotte Children’s Choir of the Community School of the Arts, Davidic Praise Dance of St. Paul Baptist Church, student poets and more. FREEhttp://www.museumofthenewsouth.org/learn/programs-events/community-days/dr-martin-luther-king-jr-legacy-celebration-2
Research on racial disparities in school discipline post integration, showed that Black children were twice as likely to be suspended from school as their White counterparts. Subsequent reports have revealed that African American students are suspended three times more often than White students. Suspension rates for all students have doubled since the 1970’s. In 1973, the national suspension rate was 3.7 percent compared to 7.4 percent in 2010. This is a public screening and "talk back" with distinguished panelists.https://www.strangefruitredux.eventbrite.com
Our Winter Camp programs give kids an outlet for activity and learning on school holidays. The price is right at only $25/day for the full day program. The camp serves kids 7-14 and has the same hours as our summer camp program. Drop off at 8-8:30 am and pick up from 4:30-5 pm. Extended day is available ($10/day) for drop off as early as 7:30 am and pick up as late as 5:30 pm. December 29 - Young Vet’s Camp - Register Here A Behind the Scenes Look at Rehabilitating Birds of Prey January 16 - Avian Artist Adventure - Register Here Exploring birds through different art forms, including sketching, collage, and sculpture
A real outdoor ice rink, right in the heart of downtown Rock Hill! $10 per skater (includes skate rental)http://onlyinoldtown.com/icerink
The exhibition features 30 newly crafted mixed-media works by renowned self-taught artist Nellie Ashford.
This exhibition uses the work of one of the most renowned artistic quilt makers, Faith Ringgold, as an entry point to look backward at traditional African American quilts. This includes decorative and artistic quilts, and the work of painters and mixed media artists who improvise upon the form.
The exhibit features 26 wood works by three artists, including Frank E. Cummings III, John Mascoll and Avelino Samuel.
Robert Smalls’ life traced a trajectory from escaped slave to Civil War hero to South Carolina legislator and US Congressman. He piloted two warships and helped create South Carolina’s first public schools. Artifacts in this exhibit — offering a view of war and reconstruction — include letters, photos and a replica of the “big house” where Smalls was enslaved. $5-$8
Exhibit explores science and physics through hands-on interaction and experimentation. The exhibit allows visitors to launch objects into the air, lie on a bed of nails, crush a garbage can, use a laser to listen to secret messages and more. Admission to the museum is $12 for adults; $10 for seniors and $9 for children; Free admission to children under 2 years old
Discover the secrets of stuff through chemistry and physics in this exhibit, which allows visitors to experiment with forces and materials that involve magnetism, electricity and more. Admission to the museum is $12 for adults; $10 for seniors and $9 for children; Free admission to children under 2 years old
Fun and learning go hand in hand at this exhibit for young visitors. The stimulating atmosphere relates to science and math. Children will learn by touching and testing different environments and activities, including water tables, wind tunnels, blocks, gears and air tubes. Admission to the museum is $12 for adults; $10 for seniors and $9 for children; Free admission to children under 2 years old
Exhibit explores the Earths's biodiversity, through a range of habitats and live species. From rainforests to aquariums, viewers can broaden their education and experience related hands-on activities. Admission to the museum is $12 for adults; $10 for seniors and $9 for children; Free admission to children under 2 years old
The interactive exhibit features Charlotte and its 13 surrounding counties as a case study to illustrate the profound changes in the South since the Civil War. $6 for adults; $5 for seniors, students and children 6-18 years old; Free for children 5 years old and under
An exhibition expanding of works from the museum’s collection including modern and contemporary artists. Includes a number of themes beginning with an introduction to the Bechtler family and the artists with whom they were close including Adolf Luther, Joan Miró, Italo Valenti, and Eduardo Chillida.