2022 Traditional Arts SCP & GPS



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9/21/2020 9:00:00 AM

2022 Traditional Arts SCP & GPS

2022

Callahan, Summer

Heather Mayo

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Panelists (5)

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  • Assistant Teaching Professor 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
  • Author of Gnawa Lions: Authenticity and Opportunity in a Moroccan Ritual Music (Indiana University Press, 2018) and Focus: Music and Religion of Morocco (Routledge Press, 2019)
  • Ph.D., University of Florida
  • County: Miami-Dade County

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County: MiamiDade

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  • Museum specialist and folklorist and Coordinator/Assistant Professor of Museum Studies at Florida International University
  • Previous experience includes work in museums in Ohio, Oklahoma and Florida; and consultations for museums within the US and oversaw and conducted extensive field research in ethnic communities across the United States and in Greece
  • Author of “We Are Few, Folklore and Ethnic Identity of the Jewish Community of Ioannina, Greece, Published by Lexington Books, 2008. Annette has published articles on immigrant-ethnic groups in America, Jews in Greece, Greek folklore, Native Americans in museums, multicultural museums, and folk art
  • Past-President of the International Committee of Museums of Ethnography (ICME) and Member of the Florida Folklife Council
  • Ph.D. in Folklore with minors in Art History and Anthropology, Indiana University; and B.A., African Studies and Textiles, Kent State University
  • County: Orange County

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County: Orange

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  • Senior Manager, Grants and Special Projects, Orange County Public Schools
  • Previously Grants Manager, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, Orlando: 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 B.A., Psychology, University of Illinois at Chicago; M.S., Community Psychology, Springfield College; 18 Ph.D. courses, Performance Studies, Northwestern University; Alumnus, Latino Museum Studies Program, Smithsonian
  • County: Nassau County

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County: Nassau

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  • PhD, Folklore & Folklife, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA (1992)
  • Florida State Folklorist/Folklife Program Administrator (1976-1989)
  • Traditional and Folk Arts Director, Southern Arts Federation (1989-1999)
  • Director, American Folklife Center, Library of Congress (1999-2012) Retired.
  • Board member, Florida Humanities (2016 - present)
  • Member, Florida Folklife Council (2013 - present)
  • Board member, National Council for the Traditional Arts, Washington, DC (1998 - present)
  • County: Pinellas County

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County: Pinellas

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  • Director, Florida Cultural Resources, Inc.
  • Former Curator of Arts & Historical Resources, The City of Tarpon Springs 
  • Previously served as State Folklorist and Director of the Florida Folklife Program/Bureau of Historic Preservation, Department of State
  • Founder, Folklife Program at HistoryMiami (formerly Historical Museum of Southern Florida)
  • Author, Co-Author, or Editor of five books, including Greek Music in America (2019), Greeks in Tarpon Springs (2016), The Florida Folklife Reader (2011), Just Above the Water: Florida Folk Arts (2004)and South Florida Folklife (1994)
  • M.A., Folklore & Mythology, University of California, Los Angeles.; Ph.D., Folklore, Indiana University