252 items found
Collection ID is exactly "1" AND Subject is exactly "Teaching of folklore"
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Basketry workshop led by folklorist Merri Belland

Basketry workshop led by folklorist Merri Belland

Date
1981-09-03
Description
Eleven color slides.
Collection
Community Traditions Workshop participants

Community Traditions Workshop participants

Date
1995-01
Description
Eleven color slides. Images of participants posing in front of the Stephen Foster Museum in White Springs. Participants included employees and volunteers from: Association to Preserve African American Society History (Orlando); Blacks Archives (FAMU); and the Black Historical Preservation Society (West Palm Beach). In January 1995, the Florida Folklife Program held a workshop to instruct local citizens how to document their community's folk traditions. The workshop's theme was African American Heritage Documentation. Paperwork for the workshop can be found in S 1679, folder 6. Videotapes produced by workshop participants can be found in folder 8; audiotapes in folder 9.
Collection
Recording of the 1985 Summer Folk Culture Seminar

Recording of the 1985 Summer Folk Culture Seminar

Date
1985-07-15
Description
Ten audio cassettes. Recordings of a seminar regarding teaching folklore in the class room (in the previous years, the seminars were called Folklife in the Classroom Teachers Seminar.) The theme of the two-day seminar was storytelling. Several folklorists gave talks on various aspects of storytelling folklore: David Taylor (storytelling); Pat Waterman (folklife research on stories); Susan Sink (legends and tales); Ethel Glover (storytelling methods); and Thelma Boltin (examples of stories). Storyteller Betty Mae Jumper's presentation can be found on T85-100 through T85-103.
Collection
Workshop participants recording music at the St. Luke Freewill Baptist Church

Workshop participants recording music at the St. Luke Freewill Baptist Church

Date
1995-01-11
Description
Two proof sheets with 36 black and white images. Images of participants recording music at the St Luke Freewill Baptist Church in White Springs, including operating video and audio equipment, as well as at the Stephen Foster Center learning fieldwork skills. Participants included employees and volunteers from: Association to Preserve African American Society History (Orlando); Blacks Archives (FAMU); and the Black Historical Preservation Society (West Palm Beach). In January 1995, the Florida Folklife Program held a workshop to instruct local citizens how to document their community's folk traditions. The workshop's theme was African American Heritage Documentation. Paperwork for the workshop can be found in S 1679, folder 6. Videotapes produced by workshop participants can be found in folder 8; audiotapes in folder 9.
Collection
Wood carver John Albert demonstrating to students

Wood carver John Albert demonstrating to students

Date
1982-10
Description
One proof sheet with thirty-seven black and white images. Images of John Albert demonstrating wood carving to students in Hillsborough County as part of the Folk Arts in the Schools program. October 1982. Biographical information on Albert, born 1920 in Brandon, Florida, can be found in S 1613.
Collection
Alvin Goodvine making whips for students at Melrose Park Elementary School

Alvin Goodvine making whips for students at Melrose Park Elementary School

Date
1982-02-12
Description
Twenty color slides. Goodvine was a former turpentine workers, and worked with mules all his life. He learned to make whips in 1914 from his cousin. He sold them from $15 to $30. For more images, see S 1577, box 19, folder 25. The Folk Arts in Schools Project in Columbia and Hamilton County was a joint venture between the county school systems and the Florida Folklife Program. The project consisted of field research to identify local traditions and folk artists, and in-school programs conducted by a folklorist and traditionalist, which included visits by local folk artists.
Collection
Curly Dekle and apprentice Todd Nobles making cattle whips

Curly Dekle and apprentice Todd Nobles making cattle whips

Date
1986-02
Description
Four proof sheets with 105 black and white images (plus negatives). Nobles served as apprentice to master fok artist Dekle in 1985-1986. Nobles was Dekle's grandson. For information on their apprenticeship experience, see the fieldnotes in S 1640, box 3, flder 15. The Folk Arts Apprenticeship Program began in 1983 with a NEA grant of $22,000. The program provided an opportunity for master folk artists to share technical skills and cultural knowledge with apprentices in order to keep the tradition alive. Apprentices must have had some experience in the tradition and agreed to train for at least six months. The first project director was Blanton Owen, who was later replaced by folklorist Peter Roller. The program was continued each year through 2003.
Collection
Rodney and Corky Richards making oyster tongs

Rodney and Corky Richards making oyster tongs

Date
1987-03
Description
Thirty color slides. Rodney served as Corky's apprentice between 1986 and 1987. The Folk Arts Apprenticeship Program began in 1983 with a NEA grant of $22,000. The program provided an opportunity for master folk artists to share technical skills and cultural knowledge with apprentices in order to keep the tradition alive. Apprentices must have had some experience in the tradition and agreed to train for at least six months. The first project director was Blanton Owen, who was later replaced by folklorist Peter Roller. The program was continued each year through 2003.
Collection
Pauline Hodges making cast nets and baskets

Pauline Hodges making cast nets and baskets

Date
1986-03-07
Description
One video recording (VHS).
Collection
Summer School Folklife Program

Summer School Folklife Program

Date
1992-07-15
Description
One video recording (VHS; 60 minutes) Video highlights of a summer school program the FFP offered for South Hamilton Elementary School. The program, aimed at the "at risk" students (K-5) had tow goals: 1. acquire knowledge of folk traditions (riddles, tales, etc.) 2. enhance the students self-esteem The program began with Jacksonville-based storyteller Smith, and followed by instruction by folklorists Shanafelt and Higgs. At the end, the folklorists assessed the success of the program.
Collection
Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
Basketry workshop led by folklorist Merri BellandBasketry workshop led by folklorist Merri BellandStill ImageWorkshops (Adult education)
Education
Basket making
Teaching of folklore
Baskets
Basketry
Material culture
Demonstrations
Basket maker
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Community Traditions Workshop participantsCommunity Traditions Workshop participantsStill ImageWorkshops (Adult education)
Education
Teaching of folklore
Folklorists
Community culture
African Americans
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a_s1576_17_c85-025Recording of the 1985 Summer Folk Culture SeminarSoundWorkshops (Adult education)
Storytelling
Teaching of folklore
Conferences and seminars series
Tales
Legends
Folklife
Personal experience narratives
Narratives
Teachers
Educators
Fieldwork (educational method)
Folklorists
Storytellers
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Workshop participants recording music at the St. Luke Freewill Baptist ChurchWorkshop participants recording music at the St. Luke Freewill Baptist ChurchStill ImageWorkshops (Adult education)
Education
Teaching of folklore
Folklorists
Community culture
African Americans
Fieldwork
Fieldwork (educational method)
Baptist church buildings
Churches
Sound recording
Video recording
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Wood carver John Albert demonstrating to studentsWood carver John Albert demonstrating to studentsStill ImageWood carving
Wood craft
Woodworking tools
Children
Students
Education
Craft
Classrooms
Pedagogy
Schools
Teaching of folklore
Teaching
Oral education
Wood carvers
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Alvin Goodvine making whips for students at Melrose Park Elementary SchoolAlvin Goodvine making whips for students at Melrose Park Elementary SchoolStill ImageWhip maker
Leather workers
Education
Elementary schools
Teaching of folklore
Classrooms
Demonstrations
Whip making
African Americans
Whips
Leather craft
Children
Students
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Curly Dekle and apprentice Todd Nobles making cattle whipsCurly Dekle and apprentice Todd Nobles making cattle whipsStill ImageWhip maker
Whip braider
Apprentices
Whip making
Whip braiding
Whips
Leather craft
Leather goods
Cattle
Ranching
Workplace
Teaching of folklore
Material culture
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Rodney and Corky Richards making oyster tongsRodney and Corky Richards making oyster tongsStill ImageWelders (Persons)
Fieldwork
Metal craft
Oyster tongs
Workshops
Workplace
Material culture
Seafood industry
Occupational groups
Apprentices
Teaching of folklore
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Pauline Hodges making cast nets and basketsPauline Hodges making cast nets and basketsMoving ImageVideo recording
Net makers
Nets
Netmaking
Basket making
Basket work
Baskets
Students
Schools
Teaching of folklore
Demonstrations
Education
Classrooms
Basket maker
Net maker
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Summer School Folklife ProgramSummer School Folklife ProgramMoving ImageVideo recording
Education
Educators
Teaching of folklore
Children
Students
Storytelling
Tall tales
Oral narratives
Riddles
Tongue twisters
Games
Folklorists
Storytellers
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