SHOW NOTES. . .
Inman Park, Atlanta
Panama City Spring Arts
Florida Folk Festival, White Springs
Spring Arts, Fairhope
from San Destin, FL.
shops & dockway
this girl moves; a "living statute" ~ my
booths along the plaza
Notes. . .
- Gadsden Art Center
PaperMaking - LeMoyne Art Center
PaperMaking-P-K, Arts in Education,Leon County Schools
Spinning/Weaving - P-K, Leon Co.
Spinning/Weaving - Riley House
Spinning/Weaving - CRC Expo- TCC
Weaving - Dixie Plantation
Tri-Weaving - LeMoyne Art Center
Tri-Weaving - my studio, Monticello
Tri-Weaving -St.Augustine,Old Village
Weaving - ARC Center, Madison
Marbleing-Thomasville Cultural Center
Below, INMAN PARK, Atlanta.
The Inman parade is led by a (human) butterfly and ends with a decorated trash truck. In between is everything from electric cars to dogs riding toy wagons, to politicians, to the precision drill team with umbrellas and briefcases. The art show follows suit.
FESTIVAL, White Springs
The Folk Festival honors music and folkarts from across the state. Many
smaller stages host a range of performers - music, dance, storytelling,
etc, and the larger amphitheater presents a non-stop show, often 'til
late hours of the night.
Other demonstration areas are in the craft cottages, or under the trees
& tents, such as net-making,whip-making, saddle-making, or swampcabbage
stew-making. Animals play strong roles in folklife, as do woodworkers,
or basketmakers, and especially Seminole artisans.
Food vendors provide some of the most unique, or traditional, folk foods
I'm spinning raw wool beside the booth in a row of artists' tents. Integral
to my weekend is my hammock.
In the campground, the entertainers return from the amphitheater to
jam all night long. "Tent City" is crammed. In the morning,
we start it all over again.