Experience summer camp as an adult at A Midsummer Night’s Camp Party

The Columbia Museum of Art is celebrating summer with a camp party for adults. All galleries will be open, including featured exhibitions Mimi Kato: Ordinary Sagas and Wow Pop Bliss: Jimmy Kuehnle’s Inflatable Art. Enjoy guided gallery “hikes” with Patti O’Furniture at 8:00 and 9:15. Make your own camp souvenir with arts and crafts including block printing, friendship bracelets, button-making, and postcards. Gather round for a camp-themed Soda City Story Slam hosted by #WhatSheSaid Project. Music from DJ Alejandro Florez. Cash bar with specialty cocktails by The Whig. Food available for purchase from Smokey Loggins. Ages 18 and up.

“Summer camp is typically considered a childhood experience, but there is no reason why adults can’t get in on the fun! Playtime isn’t just for kids,” says Milena Engh, CMA public and media relations specialist. “We encourage you to come and let loose, lean in to the theme, eat something hickory-smoked, make crafts with your friends, relive the glory days of your youth, and recapture that specific joy and camaraderie that only camp can provide.”

$5 / Free with registration in a June or July adult art class (Character Design, Hand Building Pottery Basics, Figure Drawing, or Printmaking).


Friday, July 26
7:00 – 10:00 p.m.


Columbia Museum of Art
1515 Main Street

This project is supported by a grant from the Knight Foundation Fund and by a Connected Communities grant at Central Carolina Community Foundation.

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