SC Artisans Center

318 Wichman ST

Walterboro, SC 29488

Phone: (843) 549-0011

City: Walterboro

Region: Coastal & Islands

SC Artisans Center

Located near Charleston, SC, the South Carolina Artisans Center is home to the state’s most talented artists and artisans. Whether the medium be clay, metal, glass, wood fiber or film, more than 300 juried artists guarantee work of exceptional quality. Come and find South Carolina’s most unique garden sculptures, loomed shawls, blown glass, hand-made jewelry, photography and sweet grass baskets.

The South Carolina Artisans Center’s mission is to interpret, market, preserve and perpetuate the folk art and fine craftsmanship of South Carolina Artisans while creating a better understanding of our rich and diverse cultural heritage. Come see the best South Carolina has to offer in handcrafted art.

A live art demonstration will be held every third Saturday from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.

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