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Missouri Masters and Their Traditional Arts Essays
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"A Handful of Dinky": African American Storytelling in Missouri
featuring Master Storyteller Gladys A. Coggswell
"¡Qué Viva el Westside!" Mexican Traditional Arts in Kansas City, Missouri
featuring Beto López and Mariachi México
"How I Got Over": African-American Gospel Music in the Missouri Bootheel
featuring soloist Mildred Whitehorn
Buildin' Boats, Giggin' and Foolin' Around is All Fun:" Traditional Material Culture of the Ozark Waterways
featuring Johnboat Builder Cecil Murray and Gigmaker Paul Martin
Over thirty cultural professionals with experience in and knowledge of folklife and cultural tourism projects were interviewed for the December 2000 report, which includes seventeen case studies in the following areas: guided tours; audiotape driving tours; self-guided trails, tours and directories; destinations and events; tourism-industry initiated projects; crafts; and tourism as part of larger initiatives.
Missouri Folk Arts in the News
The Missouri Folk Arts Program receives support from the Missouri Arts Council, the National Endowment for the Arts, the University of Missouri, and the MU Museum of Art and Archaeology.