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First look at rare textiles.
The Florence Museum presents The Van Dam Collection of Rare Textiles, featuring pieces from West Africa, Central Asia and the Middle East. The collection, donated by a long-time private collector, includes functional, ritual and extravagant textiles that have never been exhibited publicly. Also on display are several rare articles from West Africa. The exhibition runs through Aug. 21. Click here to learn more.



Mozart soothes the South.
Indulge your love of classical music with Mozart In The South Festival Sept. 15-18. Chamber Music Charleston kicks off events with a concert at the Cathedral of St. Luke and St. Paul and concludes with a rousing performance at Middleton Place. Families will enjoy children's activities as well as student and professional performances during Little Mozart Circus. An elegant Chamber Music Soiree rounds out the proceedings. Learn more.



An intimate look at Rembrandt.
The Columbia Museum of Art presents the work of one of the most celebrated artists in history. Rembrandt: From Sacred to Profane showcases examples from the artist's traditional subjects, ranging from the famous Christ Healing the Sick to lesser-known images such as Beggar with a Stick. The exhibition includes other portraits and nude studies and runs through Aug. 21. For more information, click here.

The art of tattooing.
A History of Tattooing in South Carolina examines the diverse cultural reactions to this art form. The exhibition runs through Aug. 18 at the Pickens County Museum of Art and History.

Handmade art of all kinds.
Greenville's Saturday Local Art Market (SLAM!) features handmade art from local artists including paintings, photography, ceramics, clothing and more. Open Saturdays through Oct. 29.

Tuesdays with Morrie.
Aiken Community Playhouse presents Tuesdays With Morrie through Aug. 27. What starts as a simple visit turns into a weekly pilgrimage and a last class in the meaning of life.

2011 Pawleys Island Festival of Music and Art
Enjoy 2 weeks of incredible talent. The 2011 Festival, being held at Brookgreen Gardens, announces the unbelievable sounds of Spyro Gyra, Kickin Grass Band, Ball in the House, David Osborne Trio, The Hit Men & so much more. Visit here for more information.
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