THE Pottery Central ANNUAL HOLIDAY KILN OPENING AND PARTY!!! ALL INVITED AND FREE! Please join us for the Pottery Central holiday festivities. This year we are incorporating a kiln opening, raku demonstration, live music, silent auction, refreshments, and a student sale. Here is a break down of the event: +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Saturday, December 7th 6:30PM until 11:00PM 6:30 Refreshments available & silent auction 7:00 Acoustic music 7:45 Kiln Opening 9:00 Raku Demonstration +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Sunday, December 8th 10:00AM until 3:00PM 10:00 Coffee & Doughnuts!!! Student Sale starts & Silent Auction continues. 3:00 Student Sale & Silent Auction ends. ABSOLUTELY FREE
An evening of Jazz Age fun at the Mint with 1920's tunes inspired by the streamlined forms and bold designs of the Art Deco period in Inventing the Modern World: Decorative Arts at the World's Fairs 1851-1939. Free
Graduating art education students present their own work alongside of work by the K-12 students they have been teaching. Opening reception on Dec. 7, 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Held in Rowe Galleries.
Dr. Vicki Cassman of the department of art conservation at University of Delaware will speak about archaeological textiles of the Andes. Free after museum admission
Join the Matthews Community Center for an evening of Christmas memories as you travel back in time to enjoy a sampling of musical numbers and vignettes from TV's Christmas specials of yesteryear.
Rock Hill piano and violin duo, PJ Brunson and Laurie Neal, celebrate the release of their Christmas CD, “Comfort and Joy”, with a concert Saturday December 14th at 7:30 PM. The duo performs instrumental Celtic-Classical-New Age fusion. CDs will be available for purchase, with a portion of sales benefiting Hospice. For more information, visit: www.anandaduo.com. Suggested donation $5.00
The study of history-and our understanding of historical events -is shaped by perspective. In this presentation given by Dr. Ron Cox we will discuss the background causes, as well as major occurrences, of the American Revolution. This event is free and open to the public. Participants are invited to bring a bag lunch. For questions or comments, contact Brent Burgin at (803) 313-7063 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Mr. Burgin welcomes suggestions and ideas for future talks and speakers. This event is free and open to the public