Love what we do here at TAI? We couldn’t do it without the NEA!

Larry Haycraft teaching quilter Maxine Stovall to make hoop nets at the Hoosier Homecoming event. TAI’s participation in this program was partially funded by the NEA.

The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) is extremely integral to the work that Traditional Arts Indiana (TAI) does on a daily basis. Without the support of the NEA, TAI would not be able to provide many of our public services and programs. 

We are proud to announce that we have just completed our 11th Beauty of Folk Arts podcast. We hope that you have been enjoying these insightful interviews that explore Indiana’s folk arts traditions and the creativity of makers and craftspeople that live and work in our state. The material from these episodes came from public programs, narrative stages, and artists residencies that were funded by the National Endowment for the Arts.

 Fr. Jerome Sanderson was featured in our latest episode of The Beauty of Folk Arts podcast.

If you would like to listen to The Beauty of Folk Arts podcasts, click here.  

As always, we appreciate your support as well as that of the National Endowment for the Arts and the Indiana Arts Commission. 

TAI Staff: Maria Zeringue, Emily Burke, and Jon Kay. Photo by Mathers Museum director, Jason Jackson

 

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