Folklife

This grant program supports projects and activities which serve to identify, preserve and/or present Alabama folk traditions. Projects and activities may include festivals, field surveys, performances, exhibitions and documentation projects such as film, video, photography recordings, radio and publications. Governmental and non-profit organizations are eligible to apply.

Also under this grant program Folk Arts Apprenticeships are given to master folk artist for teaching their art form to an apprentice.

For more information, please refer to the Guidelines for Grants and Fellowships here. (Guidelines, pages 14-15)

 

The Alabama Center for Traditional Culture (ACTC)

Folklife Organizational Grant Categories

Deadlines:
June 1- For projects which will occur between October 1 & September 30
September 1- For projects which will occur between January 1 & September 30

Folk Arts Apprenticeship Grants

Special Programs, Partnerships and Initiatives

Resources

 

ACTC Staff

For questions related to Alabama folklife, contact the ACTC staff:

Joey Brackner, Director
Alabama Center for Traditional Culture
334 242-4076 ext. 225
334 240-3269 Fax
joey.brackner@arts.alabama.gov

Jackie Ely, Program Assistant
Alabama Center for Traditional Culture
334 242-4076 ext. 234
334 240-3269 Fax
jackie.ely@arts.alabama.gov

Steve Grauberger, Ethnomusicologist
Alabama Center for Traditional Culture
334 242-4076 ext. 222
334 240-3269 Fax
Steve.grauberger@arts.alabama.gov

Anne Kimzey, Folklorist
Alabama Center for Traditional Culture
334 242-4076 ext. 236
334 240-3269 Fax
anne.kimzey@arts.alabama.gov