2021 Traditional Arts SCP & GPS



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9/19/2019 2:00:00 PM

2021 Traditional Arts SCP & GPS

2021

Smith Grindberg, Michelle

Glenn Lochrie

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  • Folk Arts Coordinator, Arkansas Folk and Traditional Arts, Arkansas’ statewide folk arts program housed in the University of Arkansas Libraries
  • Previously, Siegel served as a Folklife Specialist for the Kentucky Folklife Program
  • Active in the American Folklore Society, Siegel has participated in the society’s Wikipedia Initiative, China-US Folklore project (in partnership with the China Folklore Society), the National Folklore Archiving Initiative, and well as the AFS Working Group in Folklore and Preservation Policy
  • M.A., Folk Studies from Western Kentucky University; B.F.A., Historic Preservation from Savannah College of Art and Design
  • County: Miami-Dade County

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County: MiamiDade

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  • Folklife Curator, HistoryMiami Museum, Miami, Florida
  • Previously Service and Engagement Coordinator, University of Miami, Public Allies, Catalyst Miami
  • M.M., Musicology and Ethnomusicology, Florida State University; B.A., Anthropology, Cum Laude, University of Florida
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  • Traditional Arts Specialist at the Tennessee Arts Commission, Nashville, Tennessee 
  • Bloomington, Indiana
  • Former Geography and Classical Studies Teacher at Highlands Latin School, Louisville, Kentucky
  • M.A., Folklore, Indiana University; B.A., Folklore and Dramatic Arts, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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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
  • 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: Orange County

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County: Orange

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  • Professor of Film and Humanities at the University of Central Florida (UCF), Director of the UCF Cultural Heritage Alliance, and Senior Editor of Studies in Art Education 
  • Former president of both the Florida Folklore Society and National Art Education Association's Women's Caucus 
  • Former Florida Folklife Council member, and World Congress Member for the International Society for Education Through Art
  • Recently published books include Artists from Latin American Cultures and 20th Century United States Photographers, Just Above the Water: Florida Folk Art, Community Art in Action, and  Uncle Monday and Other Florida Tales
  • Extensive published research on the study of folk arts, contemporary multi-cultural studies, feminist criticism and community arts
  • 1988 and 1999 recipient of the Manual Barkan Memorial Award from the National Art Education Association, and the 1998 Ziegfeld Award from the United States Society for Education Through Art
  • Ph.D. in Art Education, University of Oregon 
  • County: Escambia County

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County: Escambia

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  • Creative Director, Robert Robino Productions, Pensacola, Florida
  • Executive Director, Kukua Institute, Pensacola, Florida
  • Advocate for and creates stories and content about African Americans’ experiences, history and development in the American visual and vocal conversation, including in documentaries, newspapers, books, and workshops.
  • Serves the community as a board and committee member with the Florida Folklife Council, Visit Pensacola, Kukua Institute, Voices of Pensacola Advisory Council, Pensacola Community Action Network, Historic Brownsville Community, and the Belmont DeVilliers Neighborhood Association.
  • M.S., Community Economic Development, Southern New Hampshire University