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2014 Folk Fabulous – Native American Music, Artisans, and Food in Columbia South Carolina

Posted By Paul G August 25th, 2014 Last Updated on: August 25th, 2014

The 2014 Folk Fabulous kicked off a year long celebration of Native American music, artisans, and food.  The festival was held on the historic Horseshoe on the University of South Carolina in Columbia, South Carolina.  If you weren't able to make it out this weekend, you missed an incredible day.  But don't worry, this is just the start of a events in the coming year!  Keep reading to find out more about future events.

FOLKFabulous was a day-long celebration of Native American communities and artists in the Southeast, held at the Historic Horseshoe on the campus of the University of South Carolina.

The festival featured musical performances, demonstrating artisans, dialog with community members, and engaging storytellers – perfect for the whole family.

FOLKFabulous opens McKissick Museum's year-long exhibit, Traditions, Change, and Celebration: Native Artists of the Southeast, and feature many of the artists included in the exhibit.

For more information, please visit: http://artsandsciences.sc.edu/mckissickmuseum/folkfabulous-2014

 Videos:

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Edisto River Singers

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Exhibit – Traditions, Change, and Celebration: Native Artists of the Southeast

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Exhibit – Traditions, Change, and Celebration: Native Artists of the Southeast April Whittmore Locklear – Miss Indian World 1998 standing in front of her dress and crown from the 1998 Gathering of Nations Pow Wow where she was crowned.

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Deer Clan Singers

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