Morris Center for Lowcountry Heritage is delighted to announce its upcoming exhibition, Language of Clay: Catawba Indian Pottery and Oral Tradition, which will be on view from March 2, 2024 to February 22, 2025. This immersive exploration of Catawba pottery, curated by the University of South Carolina Lancaster’s Native American Studies Center, promises to captivate […]

When: Tuesdays at 10:30am from April 16, 2024 – October 15, 2024 The Island’s history comes to life every Tuesday at 10:30 am at Zion Cemetery & Baynard Mausoleum with this trip back in time, featuring costumed tour guides sharing fascinating stories of Hilton Head Island’s past. Visit the gravesites of four Revolutionary War heroes […]

Join the Morris Center for a guided tour of The Language of Clay: Catawba Indian Pottery & Oral Traditions. Pottery making is the single most unbroken material tradition of the Catawba Nation’s long history and is still done with methods handed down through generations. This exhibition features dozens of clay pottery pieces created by Catawba artisans from […]

Join the Morris Center for a live demonstration with local artists as they show how to hand-build with clay. These demonstrations connect to the current exhibition, The Language of Clay: Catawba Indian Pottery & Oral Traditions, which was organized by the University of South Carolina Lancaster. Click here to sign up for the guided tours offered prior to the […]

When: Tuesdays at 10:30am from April 16, 2024 – October 15, 2024 The Island’s history comes to life every Tuesday at 10:30 am at Zion Cemetery & Baynard Mausoleum with this trip back in time, featuring costumed tour guides sharing fascinating stories of Hilton Head Island’s past. Visit the gravesites of four Revolutionary War heroes […]