Escrito el 11 Ene 2018
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Various Restaurant Locations  |  Across Columbia, SC

Restaurant week is an eleven-day celebration of Columbia, South Carolina cuisine at hundreds of participating restaurants. From fine to casual dining, participating restaurants will feature special menus items, promotions and discounts. Diners can sample our newest restaurants, dine at old favorites and taste a variety of exceptional dishes being prepared by chefs at a great value for customers.

Opening Reception: Dustin Farnsworth Exhibition

701 Center for Contemporary Art, 701 Whaley St  |  7 pm - 9 pm  |  $5 donation

Sculptor Dustin Farnsworth of Montreal, Canada is our last Artist-in-Residence for 2017, having completed a 12-week residency from October 1 - December 23. Farnsworth creates visceral and cerebral portraiture of today's youth with critical portrayal of their worldly inheritance, engaging in visual rhetoric representing a generation in need of protection, empowerment, and change. His solo exhibition at 701 CCA will feature work made during his residency that expands upon his most recent studio practice and body of work. Exhibition continues through February 25th.

Story-Sharing Event: Better Together

Atria Forest Lake, 4405 Forest Dr  |  2:30 pm  |  Free

Local senior living community Atria Forest Lake will welcome friends and family members to join residents and staff for Better Together, a story-sharing event that is part of an ongoing effort to create a wiser, more connected world. A few special VIP storytellers are also scheduled to participate, including Dr. Macie Smith, Program Development and Training Manager for the Office for the Study of Aging at the USC Arnold School of Public Health and Johnsie Douglas, M.Ed, LPC, Professional Relations Representative with Three Rivers Behavioral Health. Better Together is the first in a series of events that Atria Forest Lake will host to celebrate the importance of storytelling, as a means of human connection.


Chamber Music Series: Decoda with Claire Bryant

Fine Arts Center, 810 Lyttleton Street, Camden |  7 pm  |  $15 - $35

Decoda, the Affiliate Ensemble of Carnegie Hall, returns to the Fine Arts Center of Kershaw County for its 10th season. Camden-native and cellist Claire Bryant welcomes new artists to her hometown - Michael Mizrahi, pianist, Siwoo Kim, violinist, and Jack Stulz, violist. The piano quartet of Decoders will spend a week in the community, performing interactive performances in the Kershaw County Schools, among other venues. Their main stage performance at the FACKC is sure to mesmerize and excite audiences with beloved works from the piano quartet repertoire.

Wilfredo Leon
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