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1590
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Beverly Patterson has served as a folklife specialist in the Folklife Office of the North Carolina Arts Council. Her dissertation, \"The Sound of the Dove,\" will include extensive field research she conducted in NC communities in the area of folk music.
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2948
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Many influences, among them her father's love of preaching and singing, her church choir director, her college studies, and her love of the Appalachian culture, developed Mary Cleo Greene as a folklorist and traditional musician.
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36969
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Enjoying folklore from a young age, Bryan pushes the limits of the traditional understandings of folklore.
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37011
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Melzer is the director of a Thursday night comedy show, Stranger Danger, and the Associate Artistic Director of Dirty South Improv Comedy. Her work serves a comedy purpose, but she is driven by folkloric views.
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37022
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Peterson is the director of the NCAC’s Folklife Program, overseeing grant programs, folklife projects, and traditional arts programming across the state.
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36976
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Lau is a folklorist who studied African American shape note singing and helped found the Pauli Murray Project, an organization created to combat social inequalities and injustice.
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36514
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Lau is a scholar, ethnographer, administrator, advocate, activist, and artist. Her competence at festival coordination reached far beyond the complex skills required for production: she touched the lives of participants through her empathy, observation, and communication.
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36325
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Ms. Peterson has gained the Brown Hudson Award for her contribution to folkloric exhibitions.