Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for NC Arts Vol. 8 Issue 2, Fall 1992
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An increased appreciation of American and North Carolinian Indian art has spurred questions of authenticity. Old art pieces can be traced clearly to traditional tribal origins, but contemporary art incorporates new materials or expresses ideology at odds with typical notions of what is real.
This article is a chronicle of the first fifteen years of North Carolina’s Grassroots Arts program. The program brings state funds that can be used only for the arts. Overall, the program has strengthened the state arts council’s relationship with local arts agencies.
There are currently 149 community theaters in North Carolina on record with the state arts council. Presented is a distillation of interviews conducted with representatives of community theaters around the state.