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BFA03: The Beauty of Folk Arts with Bowl Hewer Keith Ruble and Weaver Dee Nierman

The Beauty of Folk Arts podcast is brought to you by Traditional Arts Indiana (TAI) at the Mathers Museum of World Cultures. This podcast features an interview of bowl hewer Keith Ruble and fourth generation weaver Dee Nierman by TAI … Continue reading

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BFA02: The Beauty of Folk Arts with Psyanky Maker Carol Powers and Rosemaler Jan Boettcher

The Beauty of Folk Arts podcast is brought to you by Traditional Arts Indiana (TAI) at the Mathers Museum of World Cultures. This podcast features an interview of pysanky maker Carol Powers and rosemaler Jan Boettcher by TAI director Jon Kay. In … Continue reading

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BFA01: The Beauty of Folk Arts with Netmaker Larry Haycraft

The Beauty of Folk Arts podcast is brought to you by Traditional Arts Indiana (TAI) at the Mathers Museum of World Cultures. This podcast features an interview of netmaker Larry Haycraft by TAI director Jon Kay. In this episode Larry Haycraft … Continue reading

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TAI Event at Salamonie Reservoir this Saturday!!

This Saturday (September 10th) we welcome you to our program, “Heritage Arts with Traditional Arts Indiana” at Salamonie Reservoir in Wabash County! Stop by any time from 11 am to 2pm to see demonstrations of various heritage arts and to talk … Continue reading

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Folk Arts Event at Spring Mill State Park

Mitchell, Indiana— Traditional Arts Indiana will be featuring eight Hoosier artisans at Spring Mill State Park on Saturday, April 25, 2015 from 9am to 5pm. This event kicks off the demonstration season at the park, which showcases several crafts associated … Continue reading

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TAI Webinar: What are the Traditional Arts?

Traditional Arts Indiana’s next webinar is scheduled for Wednesday, Jan. 21, at 2 p.m., EST. “What are the Traditional Arts?” is a webinar that demystifies and makes practical the folk and traditional arts. Often overlooked or under-appreciated within their communities, … Continue reading

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Hoosier Handmade: Now Open at IU Bloomington

Traditional Arts Indiana is proud to announce the opening of a new exhibit on IU Bloomington’s campus. The exhibit, called Hoosier Handmade, features works from many Indiana artisans, including limestone carvers, weavers, instrument makers, and a memory painter, among others. The … Continue reading

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Hoosier Outdoor Experience

Traditional Arts Indiana will feature eight Indiana artisans at the Hoosier Outdoor Experience this weekend September 20 and 21 from 10am to 6pm. This free event will be held  at Ft. Harrison State Park in Indianapolis and provides visitors with … Continue reading

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Live Webinar: “Presenting Traditions: Engaging Festival Goers”

  Tune in tomorrow, April 29, at 4 p.m. for our next live webinar, “Presenting Traditions: Engaging Festival Goers.” Director Jon Kay will be joined by Brent Björkman, director of the Kentucky Folklife Program at Western Kentucky University,  who will discuss models for public programs, including talk stages, … Continue reading

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TAI Launches New Season of Webinars

Join us this Thursday, March 13, at 4 p.m. for the first webinar of our 2014 season, “What Are the Traditional Arts and Why Should I Care?” Our webinars feature a series of discussions with professionals about public folklore, traditional … Continue reading

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