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Babar the Elephant brings his magical world to Myrtle Beach.
If you're headed to Myrtle Beach this summer, take off on an adventure with one of literature's most beloved characters during Babar's World Tour at the Art Museum of Myrtle Beach. This interactive exhibit brings to life Babar's exploration of the world and presents concepts of diversity, adventure, community and culture. It's sure to inspire the imagination in children of all ages. Don't miss this extraordinary opportunity running through September 4th. Click here to find out more.



The timeless art forms of the opera and ballet visit Greenville.
Experience live performances and encore presentations from the world's great opera houses and ballet companies during Opera in Cinema and Ballet in Cinema at The Peace Center in Greenville, South Carolina. Performances take place every Sunday afternoon through August 21 and include Children of Paradise from the Paris Opera, Swan Lake from the Bolshoi Ballet, and Romeo and Juliet from the Globe Theatre. To learn more click here.



Art in South Carolina starts Contemporary Conversations in Spartanburg.
The Spartanburg Art Museum presents Contemporary Conversations Part II, a selection of works from the State Art Collection. The exhibition is designed to capture both the richness and the diversity of the state's cultural heritage. Works are inspired by social issues, memory, history, imagination, art of the past and aesthetic theory. The showcase includes paintings, photography, sculpture, ceramics and fiber and runs through July 23rd.

Get caught Under an August Moon in Columbia.
Visiting the State Capitol in Columbia? McKissick Museum, on the University of South Carolina campus, presents its annual art exhibition, Under an August Moon, featuring works by more than 50 local and regional artists. The exhibition includes paintings, photography, sculpture, ceramics and basketry and runs through August 19th. Click here for more information.

Rock Hill proves good things come in small packages.
Gallery Up in Rock Hill, South Carolina presents 30 Small Works, the fourth annual juried art competition, June 15 thru July 29. Twenty-two artists from across the nation present art works no larger than 15 inches. Once judged the work is available for purchase so you can take home the small treasure that speaks to you in a big way. For more information, click here.

Lend a hand to a work of art in progress.
The Charleston Museum invites guests of all ages to a public Quilting Bee. Try your hand at quilting or just observe as experienced quilters work on a reproduction Chimney Sweep album quilt. The Quilting Bee is held on the third Saturday of each month until the project is complete (approximately September 2011). Click here to learn more.

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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