Making music is integral to making art.
So it’s natural that music is a big component of the State Museum’s Carolina Makers exhibit.
On Tuesday, June 9, THE Dubber will perform during Second Shift Twosday.
THE Dubber is a South Carolina-based guitarist who has been on the music scene for decades. He’s a singer-songwriter who infuses international musical styles into soulful rhythms. His song, “South Cackalacki” is both a celebration of living in South Carolina and a meditation on its challenges.
THE Dubber will perform inside the art gallery during the event, 6-8 p.m. Tuesday; each second Tuesday of the month another artist will be featured.
The Carolina Makers exhibition connects to the heart of the current nationwide artisanal movement. Artisanal, the alternative to mass production, describes individuals or companies who make high-quality products, usually by hand, using a traditional method or craft. It showcases the entrepreneurial spirit of South Carolina artists and carftsmen.
The museum’s later hours on Tuesday allows you to visit the Boeing Observatory and see the stars. It is open until 10 p.m. on Tuesday. Take in a Laser Beatles laser show at the BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina Planetarium, or watch a special presentation of “Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs,” at the Rev. Dr. Solomon Jackson Jr. 4D Interactive Theater.
The museum is at 301 Gervais St. Details: scmuseum.org
From Staff Reports