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Mark your calendars for this beloved regional event’s new March dates

Shake off your winter blues and celebrate the start of spring at this year’s Art Blossoms, happening March 21-24 at the CMA in Columbia.

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Art Blossoms is back at the CMA for its fourth year, this time in March.

Photo provided by the Columbia Museum of Art

Here’s some news to brighten your day, Charleston. The Columbia Museum of Art’s signature spring event, Art Blossoms, is moving from May to March.

Come the weekend of March 21-24, locals can road trip to Columbia to shed their winter gear (and their winter blues) and immerse themselves in four dazzling days of botanical beauty, welcoming spring among floral interpretations of well-known works of art.

Now in its fourth year, Art Blossoms is also bringing back popular events like tastings, art classes, and demonstrations. Tickets are now on sale for the Art Blossoms Opening Celebration, as well as:

Bonus: This limited-time exhibition and its events also serve as a fundraiser for the Columbia Museum of Art, so every ticket you purchase supports local arts education and programming in South Carolina.

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