The voices and stories of some of the members of the Haliwa Saponi Indian Tribe
One-minute powwow promo for TV
Master Potter Senora Lynch discusses her pottery, her inspiration, and her technique
Patricia Richardson, discusses her artwork, including beadwork and basketry.
Karen Lynch Harley, Haliwa-Saponi Artist discusses her artwork, including her paintings
Red Earth Singer
Henry speaks to his stone carving, and learning from another tribal member.
Woodworker discusses how he builds and sells bows and arrows, tomahawks and other traditional tribal crafts from wood
Haliwa-Saponi artist and dancer Sharon Harris Berrun explains appilque regalia making, her role in the community, and her experiences
Master Haliwa-Saponi artist Arnold Richardson discusses his life, his artistic influences, and his stone carving
Haliwa Saponi tribal member Ree Richardson describes Women's Fancy Dancing, including some of the finer points of designing and or judging regalia.
Haliwa Saponi tribal member Consuela Ricardson discusses her lifelong passion for traditional Native American dance; in particular the Jingle Dress style.
Haliwa Saponi tribal member Brian Lynch talks about being a silversmith, his styles of work, his influences and philosophy.
Haliwa Saponi tribal member Charles Alvin Evans talks about his art; primarily pottery and carving stone, but also leatherwork and drums.
A brief Powerpoint presentation featuring historical photos and the voices of tribal members recounting their memories of the early years.