USC Lancaster Center for Native American Studies to Host Spring Art Sale

LANCASTER, SC – May 21 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., shop for unique, handmade Native art as the Center for Native American Studies at USC Lancaster hosts its Arts and Crafts Festival of spring on campus.

Held in conjunction with the city of Lancaster’s annual Red Rose Festival and the annual Ag+ Art Tour, officials say the festival will feature artwork and demonstrations by established and emerging Native American artisans.

These artisans will sell pottery, paper art, beadwork, baskets and more.

Officials say crafts, decorative items, mixed media artwork and more will also be featured by several Native American tribal groups, including the Catawba, Sumter Tribe of Cheraw and Pee Dee.

Participating artists include:

  • JoAnne Bauerpottery.
  • Keith Brownpottery.
  • Cindy Georgesbeads and jewelry.
  • Faye Greinerbasketry and pottery.
  • Marcy Haydenmany elements.
  • Mandy George Howardbeads and jewelry.
  • Teresa Harris Kenningtonpottery and textiles.
  • lisa lindlerceramic.
  • Alex Osborndigital illustrations and photo prints.
  • Barbara MorningStar Paulbeading.
  • Ericka PurleyCaroleen Sanders, Catawba Pottery.
  • Courtney Ticemany elements.

Admission to the Spring Art and Craft Festival is free and open to the public.

For more information about the Center, call 803-313-7172 or visit

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