“Making a mask can be a way to find a face for what is sensed, elemental, invisible and sacred . . .” Lauren Raine, CHS Artist-in-Residence
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Michael Strmiska, Ph.D.-Keynoter
Diana Paxson, The Troth-Guest Speaker
Cherry Hill Seminary and the University of South Carolina Institute of Anthropology & Archaeology will hold this important conference.
Join us at the most beautiful time of the year in Columbia, on the historic campus of the University of South Carolina.