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5 Reasons to Eat Your Heart Out at Farm to Gallery on July 30!

You’re invited to our first-ever Farm to Gallery Makers Dinner! This will be a very unique dining experience nestled inside the State Museum’s Lipscomb Gallery. Here are 5 reasons why you don’t want to miss it.

1. Dine Inside the State Museum’s Art Gallery

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You’ll get to have dinner on handmade tables inside our latest art exhibit, Carolina Makers. The exhibit celebrates South Carolina and the local makers and artisans from our state who are producing handmade everyday objects for people across the globe.

2. Fresh, local food.

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You’ll be served a delicious dinner featuring locally-sourced produce and proteins from Certified South Carolina farms prepared by some of the best chefs in town! The chef lineup includes: Kristian Niemi (Bourbon and Rosso Trattoria), Frank Bradley (Bourbon) Travis Rayle (Rosso Trattoria) and Brandon Velie (Juniper and a participating chef with the S.C. Chef Ambassador Program). Click HERE for the full menu.

3. Drink up!

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You’ll get to enjoy an opening cocktail prepared by Bourbon, local craft beer from River Rat Brewery and wine from Advintage Wine.

4. Meet the Makers

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A handful of the makers featured in Carolina Makers will be at the dinner discussing their work, including Quintin Middleton (culinary knives from St. Stephen), Jaryd Walley (furniture from Greenville) and Leigh Magar (textiles from John’s Island).

5. Handcrafted, Made-in-South-Carolina Swag

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A handmade plate! What other dinner allows you to literally take home your plate? Each guest will take home their handcrafted dinner plate made by a South Carolina potter. One of the featured potters even added a special note to his work: each plate has ‘Guy’ written on the reverse to honor South Carolina artist and former State Museum Commission Chair, Guy Lipscomb.

We hope you will join us for this one-of-kind evening of art, food, music and fun. Farm to Gallery will be held at the State Museum on Thurs., July 30 from 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. Tickets for this one-of-kind event are limited, so get yours fast!

Click HERE to learn more and get tickets.