Traditional Arts General Program Support and Specific Cultural Project



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9/12/2018 2:00:00 PM

Traditional Arts General Program Support and Specific Cultural Project

2020

Smith Grindberg, Michelle

Terry Olson

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Panelists (6)

  • County: Orange County

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County: Orange

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  • Grants Manager, Dr. Phillips Center for the Preforming Arts, Orlando
  • Previously Director of Grants Management, Lawrence Hall Youth Services, Chicago, Illinois; Grants Officer, America’s Families United, Washington, D.C.; Researcher, Nuestra Musica: Latino Chicago, Smithsonian Folklife Festival
  • Founder, Puerto Rican Organization for the Performing Arts
  • B.A., Theater and BA, Psychology, University of Illinois at Chicago; M.S., Community Psychology, Springfield College; 18 Ph.D. courses, Performance Studies, Northwestern University
  • County:

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  • Instructor of Ethnomusicology, College of Musical Arts, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio
  • Former Specialized Teaching Faculty, College of Music, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida
  • Ethnomusicologist whose research focuses on issues of commodification and change in Morocco’s sacred music scenes, American popular music, and old time music
  • Articles in Ethnomusicology Forum, The Journal for North African Studies, The International Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, and the Yale Journal for Music and Religion (forthcoming)
  • Ph.D., University of Florida
  • County: Polk County

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County: Polk

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  • Consultant / Folklorist, Plant City, Florida
  • Formerly Curator of Education and Programs, Polk County History Center
  • Formerly the Folklorist and Director of Programs at Tuckerton Seaport
  • Worked with the Maryland Traditions team as the Folklorist for the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum and as a member of the Breene M. Kerr Center for Chesapeake Studies
  • Served on the Board of Directors for the ‘Stories of the Bay’ Heritage Area and is currently working to revitalize Plant City Main Street
  • M.A., Folk Studies and Historic Preservation, Western Kentucky University; B.G.S., focus on Historical Archaeology, Virginia Commonwealth University
  • County: Palm Beach County

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County: PalmBeach

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  • Affiliate Professor, Storytelling Studies, Florida Atlantic University
  • Performance storyteller with experience working in 10 states and six countries
  • Segment producer, co-host, The Public Storyteller, WLRN public radio
  • Founding editor of international academic journal Storytelling, Self, Society (2004-present) currently published by Wayne State University Press
  • Author of Florida Lore (2017) published by the History Press
  • Author of The Great American Story (2010) published by Lambert Academic Publishing
  • Ph.D., Comparative Studies, Florida Atlantic University; M.F.A., Creative Writing, Florida International University; B.A., Literature/Writing, Columbia University
  • County:

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  • Manager, Alabama State Council on the Arts' Folklife Program
  • Director, Alabama Center for Traditional Culture
  • Manages an apprenticeship grants program supporting master folk artists who are teaching students their art forms
  • Author of Alabama Folk Pottery (2006) published by the University of Alabama Press
  • Host of the Alabama Public Television series Journey Proud
  • M.A., Anthropology, University of Texas at Austin; B.A., Anthropology, University of Alabama at Birmingham

 

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  • Director, Folk and Traditional Arts Program, Mississippi Arts Commission; manages Folk Art Grants Program, Folk Art Apprenticeship Program, Folk Artist Fellowship Program and Film and Media Arts Grants Program
  • Managing Editor, Mississippi Folklife Online Journal
  • M.A., French and Francophone Studies, University of Louisiana, Lafayette; M.A. Folklore, Indiana University; B.A., French, University of Louisiana, Lafayette