Digital Traditions - Special Projects

Digital Traditions was developed to provide access to the Folklife Resource Center (FRC) at McKissick Museum. For thirty years, deeply rooted traditions like quilting, pottery, basketry, communal foodways, and folk music have been documented through audio, video, and photography.

Find special projects that have been digitized for exploration.

 

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Digital Traditions - Teacher Resources
Digital Traditions - Teacher Resources

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About The Materials The Educator Guides listed below were published to introduce teachers and students in the K-12 community to some of the rich South Carolina folklife traditions. These resources are...
About Edgefield Pottery
About Edgefield Pottery

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The Crossroads of Clay project began in 1981, under the direction of Dr. George D. Terry, then Curator of History and Associate Director of McKissick Museum. The project aimed to research the...