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Louise Anderson, a nationally known African-American storyteller and a1993 winner of the N.C. Folk Heritage Award, died August 25, 1994. Anderson was also selected for the N.C. Arts Council's Artist-in-the-Schools and Visiting Artist programs.
A residency at the Headlands Center for the Arts near San Francisco afforded Jacksonville storyteller Louise Anderson the opportunity to explore different places, voices, arts, and cultures.
Louise Anderson is a nationally known Afro-American storyteller whose tales have delighted listeners at films, festivals, and stage appearances. In 1993, she received a North Carolina Folk Heritage Award.
Louise Anderson is a nationally known Afro-American storyteller whose tales have delighted listeners at festivals and stage appearances. Moffett discusses Anderson's evolution as a storyteller and elements of her art as contained in three characteristic tales. The North Carolina Arts Council honored her with the North Carolina Folk Heritage Award for 1993.