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Indiana Bicentennial Celebration 2016

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Legacy Projects > Indiana Folk Arts: 200 Years of Tradition and Innovation (Traveling Exhibit) Indiana Folk Arts: 200 Years of Tradition and Innovation (Traveling Exhibit)

The traveling exhibit “Indiana Folk Art: 200 Years of Tradition and Innovation” will celebrate the rich culture and heritage of Indiana. It will include the work of master artisans and highlight the diverse traditional art forms of our state. From Mennonite basketry and African American quilt making to Native American beadwork and German-American rag rug weaving, the exhibit and related public programs will explore the work of contemporary folk artists, whose crafts represents important threads within our State's historical narrative. The exhibit will tour throughout the state to public libraries, state parks, and festivals. At each installation site, the exhibit will host demonstrations, narrative stages, and hands-on workshops that augment the display and engage visitors.

  • Organization: Traditional Arts Indiana/Indiana University
  • County: Statewide
  • Contact: Jon Kay, 812-855-0418
  • Type: Educational
  • Project Number: IBC-YE-66
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