Category Archives: exhibits

Is this the same place? — SCPC’s gallery gets a facelift

A photographic tour of the SCPC gallery. Continue reading

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“Wreaking Havoc: The Art of the Political Cartoonist”

Read about our latest exhibit and public program and check out the video. Continue reading

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More than “Moonlight and Magnolias” — Governor Hollings and the Quest for Industry

New exhibit now up in the SCPC Gallery. Come spy a shovel, a lot of cogs, cool pics, and more. Continue reading

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International Collaboration: SCPC Participates in Russian Cartoon Exhibit

Working with the U.S. Consulate General in St. Petersburg on an exhibit of American political cartoons involving presidential campaigns from 1980-2012. Continue reading

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The Lighter Side

An exhibit looks at some of the ordinary and extraordinary experiences of our elected officials. See it through April 27th! Continue reading

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SCPC Materials on Loan to MUSC for Jim Edwards Exhibit

A guest post by Jennifer Welch, Digital Archivist at MUSC’s Waring Historical Library. Continue reading

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Life and Times: The Art of the Political Biography

Learn about the work of biographers and journalists Jack Bass and Phil Grose in this enlightening new exhibit created by Caitlin Mans! Continue reading

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A Letter to Friends and Donors

2012 End-of-Year Wrap-Up Continue reading

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Holiday Schedule

Our holiday closing schedule…but there’s still time to see the Christmas on the Potomac exhibit! Continue reading

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Thomas Cooper voted today. Did you?

Join Thomas on a tour of the main floor of the Hollings Library. Continue reading

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