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Brackner talking to Christopher Maloney and Claire Willson
   This program is a repeat of Alabama Center for Traditional Culture Director Joey Brackner talking to Christopher Maloney and Claire Willson , content editors for the web based Encyclopedia of Alabama . This special radio series will air every Tuesday, 8:...
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Anne Kimzey interviews Dr. Kirk Curnutt, chair of the English Department at Troy University, about the 11th annual Alabama Book Festival
In this program Anne Kimzey interviews Dr. Kirk Curnutt, chair of the English Department at

Troy University, about the 11th annual Alabama Book Festival to be held Saturday, April

23rd in Montgomery’s Old Alabama Town. Dr. Curnutt will give a preview of...
In this program Anne Kimzey interviews Dr. Kirk Curnutt, chair of the English Department at Troy University, about the 11th annual Alabama Book Festival to be held Saturday, April 23rd in Montgomery’s Old Alabama Town. Dr. Cu...
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This is a rebroadcast of a 2003 interview of Jerry Brown about the process of pottery making at his shop in Hamilton Alabama.
Photo by Tom Pich This is a rebroadcast of a 2003 interview of Jerry Brown about the process of pottery making at his shop in Hamilton Alabama. In the program, interviewer Joey Brackner and Jerry discuss the history of the Brown family and their roll in s...
Photo by Tom Pich This is a rebroadcast of a 2003 interview of Jerry Brown about the process of pottery making at his shop in Hamilton Alabama. In the program, interviewer Joey Brackner and Jerry discuss the history of t...
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John Savage, Damascus Steel Maker
This program features Folklorist Steve Grauberger interviewing John Savage of Crossville Alabama about his art of making Damascus style steel knives and other tools. He discusses how he developed his skills as a professional knife sharpener in the poultry i...
This program features Folklorist Steve Grauberger interviewing John Savage of Crossville Alabama about his art of making Damascus style steel knives and other tools. He discusses how he developed his skills as a professional ...
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This week on Performing Arts Program Manager Yvette Jones-Smedley interviews Diedra Ruff, The Blues Diva
This week on Performing Arts Program Manager Yvette Jones-Smedley interviews Diedra Ruff , The Blues Diva, from Birmingham Alabama about her background and career as a singer and performer. This special radio series will air every Tuesday at 9:00 to 9:30 P....
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Folklife Program Manager Anne Kimzey talks to 2016 Folk Arts Apprenticeship grantee and Sacred Harp singing teacher Bill Hogan.Folklife Program Manager Anne Kimzey talks to 2016 Folk Arts Apprenticeship grantee and Sacred Harp singing teacher Bill Hogan.
Folklife Program Manager Anne Kimzey talks to 2016 Folk Arts Apprenticeship grantee and Sacred Harp singing teacher Bill Hogan. Folk Arts Apprenticeship grants go to master artists to teach their traditional skills to students. Hogan discusses his is partic...
Folklife Program Manager Anne Kimzey talks to 2016 Folk Arts Apprenticeship grantee and Sacred Harp singing teacher Bill Hogan. Folk Arts Apprenticeship grants go to master artists to teach their traditional skills to student...
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Deborah Boykin interviews Andrew Freear, director of The Rural Studio
Picture from an article that appeared in the February 2014 issue of Fast Company magazine This Program is a repeat from 2009 of Deborah Boykin interviewing Andrew Freear , director of The Rural Studio , a project of Auburn University's School of Architectur...
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Yvette Jones-Smedley talks to Rodney Clark
In this program Performing Arts Program Manager Yvette Jones-Smedley talks to Rodney Clark, ASCA Fellowship recipient, about his life as an actor.  Bio from Alabama Shakespeare Festival site: Rodney Clark has worked at the Alabama Shakespeare Festival for 1...
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Alicia Johnson-Williams founder of Make It Happen Theater Company
Performing Arts Program Manager Yvette Jones-Smedley interviews ASCA fellowship recipient Alicia Johnson-Williams founder of Make It Happen Theater Company with its mission to bridge the gap among the cultures, promote literacy and provide positive, product...
Performing Arts Program Manager Yvette Jones-Smedley interviews ASCA fellowship recipient Alicia Johnson-Williams founder of Make It Happen Theater Company with its mission to bridge the gap among the cultures, promote litera...
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Gilmore, President of the Virginia Samford Theatre in Birmingham, Alabama.
This program features Cathy Gilmore, President of the Virginia Samford Theatre in Birmingham, Alabama. Performing Arts Program Manager Yvette Jones-Smedley interviews Ms. Gilmore about the history and various iterations of this unique neighborhood theater a...
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Interviews and Blues music of Johnny Shines.
In this program we feature an edited version of a great Radiovisions production done in the 1990s by Russell Gulley and the Bill Wills Arts Council of Fort Payne, AL. This program features biographical interviews and blues music of Johnny Shines .  Shines r...
In this program we feature an edited version of a great Radiovisions production done in the 1990s by Russell Gulley and the Bill Wills Arts Council of Fort Payne, AL. This program features biographical interviews and blues mu...
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Gina Clifford talks to Cathy Gerachis DesignAlabama board member, Cheryl Morgan retired professor of architecture at Auburn University, and Jay Lamar, Director of the Alabama Bicentennial Commission, about Connect-Livity.
In this program DesignAlabama Executive Director Gina Clifford talks to Cathy Gerachis DesignAlabama board member, Cheryl Morgan retired professor of architecture at Auburn University, and Jay Lamar, Director of the Alabama Bicentennial Commission, about Co...
In this program DesignAlabama Executive Director Gina Clifford talks to Cathy Gerachis DesignAlabama board member, Cheryl Morgan retired professor of architecture at Auburn University, and Jay Lamar, Director of the Alabama B...
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Alabama State Council on the Arts
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The Alabama State Council on the Arts is the official state arts agency of Alabama. The staff of the Council, directed by Al Head, administers the grants program and provides financial assistance in arts education and programming.


201 Monroe St
North Montgomery, Alabama 36104

Phone (334) 242-4076
Website http://arts.alabama.gov
Alabama Center for Traditional Culture http://traditionalculture.org

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