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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  • 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: 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/or committee member with the Florida Folklife Council, Visit Pensacola, Kukua Institute, Voices of Pensacola Advisory Council, and the Belmont DeVilliers Neighborhood Association.
  • M.S., Community Economic Development, Southern New Hampshire University