The Fist & Spoon Fair
When: Saturday, March 30 | 5:00-9:00pm
Where: Columbia Museum of Art | 1515 Main St.
FREE Plaza party! Food trucks, a regional zine showcase, puppets, films, live music, and more! CMA galleries will be open for free throughout the duration of the party! In partnership with the Columbia Museum of Art. This event is supported by a grant to the Columbia Museum of Art from the Knight Foundation Fund at Central Carolina Community Foundation.
Cait Maloney Creative – Columbia, SC
Cecil Belmont Decker (Indie Bits) – Columbia, SC
Dojo Nowhere’s Mound Of Miscellany – Charleston, SC
Abigail Hardee – Charlotte, NC
Charlotte Johnston – Ajo, AZ
Ed Madden – Columbia, SC
Tyler Muehl – Columbia, SC
OneColumbia – Columbia, SC
needlezkane – Charlotte, NC
Subpar Magazine – Columbia, SC
terps – Columbia, SC
RURAL PROJECTS ON DISPLAY:
Discovered by an intern at the University of South Carolina Libraries’ Moving Image Research Collections (MIRC), ‘Hip Tags’ is an intriguing orphan film mystery with 1970s Columbia, SC as its main character. Without any provenance and defying description, this hypnotic film was passed from MIRC to Historic Columbia where staff and volunteers began to sift through it in search of clues. ‘Hip Tags: A Columbia Symphony’ is the first in a series of multimodal engagements with this archival material. It follows a long tradition of city symphony films by combining these historic Columbia cityscapes with a soundtrack by local musician Dan Cook (A Spot on the Hill) to give viewers a poetic look at the capital city nearly 50 years ago. Find out more and help us solve the mystery by following the project on Instagram @hiptags_columbiasc.