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    22 February 2013

    Follow the drinking gourd
    Friday, February 22nd 6:00pm-8:00pm
    Hanson Nature Learning Center
    located at the South Carolina Botanical Garden in Clemson, SC

    Enjoy Jeanette Winter’s story “Follow the Drinking Gourd,” and learn about
    how slaves used stars to find their way along the Underground Railroad.
    We’ll discover fun facts about astronomy and constellations, and each
    participant will make his/her own star wheel for locating constellations
    in the night sky. We’ll complete the program with some stargazing in
    the Garden and marshmallows by the campfire.
    Must register at least 3 days in advance Event Type: Outdoor Activities Department: SC Botanical Garden Target Audience: General Public Website: http://www.clemson.edu/public/scbg
    Cost: $4 ($3 members and volunteers)

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    22 February 2013

    HOMESCHOOL DAYS: The Water Cycle
    Friday, February 22nd at 9:00am to 12:00pm
    Classes in the Hunt Cabin at the South Carolina Botanical Garden in Clemson, SC

    Visit the garden for a morning of programming exclusively for homeschool
    groups and families. Supplement your social studies, life science, and
    environmental studies curricula with tours and activities in the Garden.
    Snack included.
    Website: http://www.clemson.edu/public/scbg Cost: $10/student ($9 members and volunteers) Contact Name: Sue Watts Contact Phone: 864-656-3679 Contact Email: watts9@clemson.edu

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    22 February 2013

    This event repeats every week until 03/09/2013


    The Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art at the College of Charleston is pleased to begin 2013 with an exhibition of work by contemporary New York based artist Lesley Dill. Entitled, "Poetic Visions: From Shimmer to Sister Gertrude Morgan", the exhibition invites audiences to delve into art, literature, spirituality, feminism — even fashion.
    Nationally known for the unexpected and dramatic ways in which she fuses art and language, Dill explores the relationships between language and transformational experience through multi-faceted work that appeals to a wide range of interests. Describing language as “the touchstone, the pivot point of all my work,” Lesley Dill reveals the potential of words to stir feelings and convey hidden meanings.
    Her synthesis of a lyric vocabulary into bronze, foil, wire, paper, fabric, and horsehair informs an innovative style that radiates visual eloquence. Unified by their layers of words, figures, and symbolic imagery, the artworks in Poetic Visions underline Dill’s desire to render transcendental experience into form. Her work represents a symphony of spiritual traditions, in which New Orleans street preacher/visual artist artist Sister Gertrude Morgan is just one of the players. Dill was drawn to this famous folk artist, who also merged text and image in her work, because of her strength and conviction of belief.
    Inspired by her two-year sojourn in India and the illuminating aspects of diverse faith traditions, Dill interprets relationships between the physical and the spiritual. Her expressive artworks, layered with multiple meanings, also reference nature and human identity.
    The exhibition is on view everyday from January 25 to March 9.
    FREE admission + FREE guided group tours are available.
    Pair a tour of the exhibition with a campus visit!
    161 Calhoun Street, downtown Charleston, SC
    HALSEY.COFC.EDU or call (843) 953 - 4422
    BiswellL@cofc.edu
    For more information about the exhibition and images, visit http://halsey.cofc.edu/exhibitions/lesley-dill/

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