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NAS Quarterly for Summer 2016 now online.
NAS Quarterly for March 2016 now online.
Native American Art & Craft Sales for 2016 Scheduled

2016 Native American Studies Week scheduled for March 18 – 25.

Lunch and Learn Series Programs Announced for January through April 2016.

"Conveyors of Culture: A Lineage of Catawba Women Potters, 1829-2015" 
Curator: Brooke Bauer
On Exhibit, July 27, 2015 - July 1, 2016 in the Bradley Gallery of the James A. Bradley Arts and Sciences Building at USC Lancaster. 


"Solitude and Mystery: John Julius Wilnoty"
On Exhibit, August 14, 2015 - January 14, 2016

USC Lancaster Native American Studies Center Celebrates its 3rd Anniversary, including the opening of two new exhibits, a lecture on Catawba pottery, demonstrations ofAmerican Indian basketry, and storytelling and musical performances. November 20, 2015.

Native American Studies Center Celebrates South Carolina Archaeology Month with Three Free Events October 15 through 17, 2015

NAS Quarterly for September 2015

Schedule of Events for March 2015 NAS Week Announced

Storyteller Performs at NASC
American Indian storyteller Ragghi Calentine performs at the USCL Native American Studies Center at 7:00 pm on November 22, 2014.  Known as “Little Ragghi” for her small stature, Calentine commands attention from diverse audiences with her storytelling performances that amuse, entertain, and inspire.  A resident of Delaware, Calentine is active in the United Methodist Church and has been honored for her work as a parent educator.  She is also an entrepreneur, who created the nationally recognized “Little Ragghi’s Crackers,” a snack selected by Chef Giada de Laurentiis of NBC’s Today Show as a top holiday gift for food lovers. 

USCL Native American Studies Center Hosts Catawba Pottery Artist’s Residency

Creating the Carolinas Exhibit: Lecture and Special Viewing

NAS Center Names Galleries in Honor of Local Supporters (Courtesy of The Lancaster News)

NASC Video from The Herald (Rock Hill)

NAS Center Profiled in WBTV's Carolina Camera Segment

"Walter Edgar's Journal" Features Native American Studies Center [podcast]

USC Lancaster Opens Native American Studies Center

SC Archaeology Month: October, 2011

Archaeological Society of SC 24th Annual Archaeology Field Day

NASP Quarterly Inaugural Issue

UNC Seminar Scholars Visit the NAS Archive

NAS Week, April 11-14, 2011

NAS Featured on "Artisan Ancestors" Podcast [March 14 and 22, 2011 PODCASTS]

NAS on WFAE's "Charlotte Talks" about the Catawba Indians [August 18, 2010, PODCAST]

Duke Energy Helps USCL Expand Pottery Collection

Archaeology Poster Wins Award from State Library

Exhibit Reception: “Tradition and the Individual Talent: Georgia Harris and the Catawba Indian Pottery Tradition" 

Native American Studies Archive Photographs Now Online

Native American Archaeology: Working Backward, Moving Forward South Carolina Archaeology Month Poster (2008)

S.C. Arts Commission Awards $20,750 Folklife and Traditional Arts Grant for Catawba Indian Traditional Art and Culture Series

Duke Energy Foundation Awards USCL Grant for Catawba Indian Pottery and Programs

 

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