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Collection Number: 20310

Collection Title: North Carolina Arts Council Posters, 1962-1994

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Size 50 items
Abstract The North Carolina Arts Council was created in 1964 by executive order of Governor Terry Stanford "to strengthen North Carolina's creativity, invention, and prosperity." In 1967, the North Carolina Arts Council became a statutory state agency. It operates under the aegis of the North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources. The Council makes information, technical assistance, and over 1,000 grants a year available to non-profit organizations and artists in North Carolina. It also oversees the distribution of state and federal funds appropriated for support of the arts. The collection contains posters advertising exhibitions, concerts, festivals, lectures, seminars, tours, and dance performances in North Carolina and around the United States.
Creator North Carolina Arts Council.
Curatorial Unit University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Library. Southern Folklife Collection.
Language English
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Restrictions to Access
No restrictions. Open for research.
Copyright Notice
Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the North Carolina Arts Council Posters #20310, Southern Folklife Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Acquisitions Information
Source unknown.
Sensitive Materials Statement
Manuscript collections and archival records may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations, the North Carolina Public Records Act (N.C.G.S. § 132 1 et seq.), and Article 7 of the North Carolina State Personnel Act (Privacy of State Employee Personnel Records, N.C.G.S. § 126-22 et seq.). Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g., a cause of action under common law for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill assumes no responsibility.
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Processed by: James McGlothlin, May 2008

Encoded by: James McGlothlin, May 2008

Updated by: Nancy Kaiser, November 2019 and February 2021

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The North Carolina Arts Council was created in 1964 by executive order of Governor Terry Stanford "to strengthen North Carolina's creativity, invention, and prosperity." In 1967, the North Carolina Arts Council became a statutory state agency. It operates under the aegis of the North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources. The Council makes information, technical assistance, and over 1,000 grants a year available to non-profit organizations and artists in North Carolina. It also oversees the distribution of state and federal funds appropriated for support of the arts.

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The North Carolina Arts Council collection contains posters advertising exhibitions, concerts, festivals, lectures, seminars, tours, and dance performances in North Carolina and around the United States.

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About 50 items.
Oversize Paper OP-20310/1

North Carolina Folklife Festival, West Point on the Eno Park, Durham, N.C.

Oversize Paper OP-20310/2

From The Outer Banks to The Blue Ridge: A Celebration of North Carolina's Folk Traditions, 1994

Oversize Paper OP-20310/3

Carolina Roots: Dana Auditorium, Guilford College, Greensboro, N.C., 16 January 1999

Oversize Paper OP-20310/4

Carolina Roots: Dana Auditorium, Guilford College, Greensboro, N.C., 13 November 1999-15 January 2000

Oversize Paper OP-20310/5A

Old-Time Music and Radio Conference, 1994

Oversize Paper OP-20310/5

Got Those NEA Blues Old-Time Music and Radio Conference, Mount Airy, N.C., 1994

Oversize Paper OP-20310/6

Annual Eid-al-fitre Festival, Los Angeles, Calif., 11 March 1962

Oversize Paper OP-20310/7

Ethnic Music, Hunter Assembly Hall, New York, N.Y., 16 April 1977

Oversize Paper OP-20310/8

Ethnic Music Festival, Bohemian Hall and Park, New York, N.Y., 10 June 1978

Oversize Paper OP-20310/9

Jewish Klezmer Music, 19 November 1978

Oversize Paper OP-20310/10

Ethnic Music, Casa Galicia, New York, N.Y., 3 December 1978

Oversize Paper OP-20310/11

Jewish Klezmer Concert, Shorefront YM/YWHA of Brighton-Manhattan Beach, New York, N.Y., 31 May 1981

Oversize Paper OP-20310/12

Ethnic Music Festival, Bohemian Hall and Park, New York, N.Y., 9 June 1984

Oversize Paper OP-20310/13

Masters of the Steel String Guitar: Ray Flackle, John Cephas, and others

Oversize Paper OP-20310/14

Scattered Feathers: Photographs of Native Americans in North Carolina: Roger Manley

Oversize Paper OP-20310/15

Waiting For a Vision: Roger Manley, July 1989

Oversize Paper OP-20310/16

Earth and Spirit: The Potter's Art, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

From Mother to Daughter: Ethnic Patterns in Handwork, Faner Hall, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, 1984

Sheila Stewart: Traditional Scots Singer and Teller of Tales

Oversize Paper OP-20310/17

The Year of the Native American, Pembroke State University

Oversize Paper OP-20310/18

From Plains, Pueblos and Tundra: A National Tour of Native American Music, Dance, and Storytelling

Oversize Paper OP-20310/19

Tut's Mountain Indian Festival, Clayton, Ga., July 1993

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20310/1

British American Festival, Durham, N.C., June 1984

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20310/2

North Carolina Folklife Festival, Duke University, Durham, N.C.

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20310/3

Blues to Bluegrass: A Concert of Traditional North Carolina Music

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20310/4

North Carolina Black Folk Heritage Tour, Charlotte Observer, 16 August 1995

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20310/5

Charlotte Country Music Story

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20310/6

Ethnic Music Series, 1979

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20310/7

Greek Music and Dance, 4 December 1982

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20310/8

Ethnic Music and Dance, 2 December 1983

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20310/9

Ethnic Music and Dance, 3 December 1983

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20310/10

12th Annual Queens (N.Y.) Ethnic Music Festival, 19 September 1987

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20310/11

14th Annual Queens (N.Y.) Ethnic Music Festival, 16 September 1989

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20310/12

Music Popolare with Italian Folk Artists, New York, N.Y

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20310/14

Masters of The Banjo: Ralph Stanley, J.D. Crowe, and others, 1994

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20310/15

Easter Selection 1988, Ukranian Art Center, Los Angeles, Calif., 27 March 1988-9 April 1988

Psyanky-Ukranian decorated eggs.

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20310/16

Exhibition of Stringed Musical Instruments, Los Angeles, Calif

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20310/17

Worth Keeping: Found Artists of the Carolinas

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20310/18

Maggie Lee Sayre: A Pictorial Narrative of a River Life

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20310/19

A Living Heritage-Folk Arts Apprenticeship Program, Hawaii

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20310/20

Hawaii State Foundation on Culture and the Arts Folk Arts Program, Honolulu, Hawaii

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20310/21

Ethnic and Folk Arts Programs, Illinois Arts Council

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20310/22

Ethnic and Folk Arts Programs, Illinois Arts Council

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20310/23

Ethnic and Folk Arts Programs, Illinois Arts Council

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20310/24

Folk and Ethnic Arts Programs, Illinois Arts Council

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20310/25

Ethnic Folklife Festival, 1980

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20310/26

Jack Guy's Folk Toy Kits

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20310/27

America's Oldest Toys and Games

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20310/28

Southern Folk Art, Mint Museum, Charlotte, N.C., 5 April 1986-25 May 1986

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20310/29

Handmade Harvest: Traditional Crafts of Tobacco Farmers, Kentucky Museum

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20310/30

Crocheting With Tobacco Twine, Lela Brooks

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20310/31

Sioux Quillwork Techniques

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-20310/1

North Carolina Black Folk Heritage Tour

Blues to Bluegrass

The Charlotte Country Music Story

Free Show Tonite

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