Collection Number: 20318

Collection Title: Curriculum, Music, and Community Collection, 2000-2001

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Archival processing of the Curriculum, Music, and Community Collection was made possible through a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

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Size 18 items
Abstract The Curriculum, Music, and Community Collection consists of video documentation of summer workshops hosted by the Curriculum, Music, and Community (CMC), a collaborative educational program designed by the School of Education and the Curriculum in Folklore at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to support North Carolina teachers in their efforts to incorporate the music and musical traditions of their communities into their regular classroom instruction. Attendees of the CMC workshops included teachers, as well as traditional musicians and dancers from Ashe, Surry, Haywood, and Caldwell counties. The recordings include discussions on lesson plans and connecting teachers with artists, as well as, performances by gospel musicians, clog dancers, square dancers, and old-time string bands.
Creator Curriculum, Music, and Community (Program)
Language English
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Restrictions to Access
Use of video materials may require production of viewing copies.
Restrictions to Use
No usage restrictions.
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 Curriculum, Music, and Community Collection #20318, Southern Folklife Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Acquisitions Information
Received from Glenn Hinson and Dwight L. Rogers in June 2000 (Acc. 098664) and June 2001 (Acc. 098975).
Sensitive Materials Statement
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Curriculum, Music, and Community is a collaborative program of the School of Education and the Curriculum in Folklore at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the North Carolina Arts Council, and participating North Carolina schools and local arts councils. The program, which began in the summer of 1999, is committed to bringing music of the local community into the schools for the purpose of enhancing instruction and learning. The project is designed to support teachers in their efforts to incorporate the music and musical traditions of their communities into their regular classroom instruction.

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The Curriculum, Music, and Community Collection consists of video documentation of summer workshops hosted by the Curriculum, Music, and Community (CMC), a collaborative educational program designed by the School of Education and the Curriculum in Folklore at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to support North Carolina teachers in their efforts to incorporate the music and musical traditions of their communities into their regular classroom instruction. Attendees of the CMC workshops included teachers, as well as traditional musicians and dancers from Ashe, Surry, Haywood, and Caldwell counties. The recordings include discussions on lesson plans and connecting teachers with artists, as well as, performances by gospel musicians, clog dancers, square dancers, and old-time string bands. Recordings are on VHS.

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18 items.

Arrangement: Chronological.

Processing information: Titles and descriptions compiled from SFC database.

Videotape VT-20318/1

Curriculum, Music, and Community Project (CMCP) workshop, North Wilkesboro, N.C., 2000, tape 1 of 11 #20318, Series: "Curriculum, Music, and Community Collection, 2000-2001." VT-20318/1

VHS

Gamewell teachers directing activities with Glenn Hinson, Dwight Rogers, and Sydney Brown, 12 June 2000

Videotape VT-20318/2

CMCP workshop, North Wilkesboro, N.C., 2000: tape 2 of 11 #20318, Series: "Curriculum, Music, and Community Collection, 2000-2001." VT-20318/2

VHS

Presentations by Gamewell teachers from Caldwell County, 12 June 2000

Videotape VT-20318/3

CMCP workshop, North Wilkesboro, N.C., 2000: tape 3 of 11 #20318, Series: "Curriculum, Music, and Community Collection, 2000-2001." VT-20318/3

VHS

Ballad singer Dorothy Hess, 13 June 2000

Videotape VT-20318/4

CMCP workshop, North Wilkesboro, N.C., 2000: tape 4 of 11 #20318, Series: "Curriculum, Music, and Community Collection, 2000-2001." VT-20318/4

VHS

Musicians Dorothy Hess and African American Gospel singers from Surry County, 13 June 2000

Videotape VT-20318/5

CMCP workshop, North Wilkesboro, N.C., 2000: tape 5 of 11 #20318, Series: "Curriculum, Music, and Community Collection, 2000-2001." VT-20318/5

VHS

African American gospel, discussion of effects of music

Videotape VT-20318/6

CMCP workshop, North Wilkesboro, N.C., 2000: tape 6 of 11 #20318, Series: "Curriculum, Music, and Community Collection, 2000-2001." VT-20318/6

VHS

Clogging, 14 June 2000

Videotape VT-20318/7

CMCP workshop, North Wilkesboro, N.C., 2000: tape 7 of 11 #20318, Series: "Curriculum, Music, and Community Collection, 2000-2001." VT-20318/7

VHS

Joe Sam Queen, flat footer; Joe Shannon, old time string band; Wayne Martin, Cathy, Dwight Rogers, string band, 14 June 2000

Videotape VT-20318/8

CMCP workshop, North Wilkesboro, N.C., 2000: tape 8 of 11 #20318, Series: "Curriculum, Music, and Community Collection, 2000-2001." VT-20318/8

VHS

Joe Shannon, writer, musician, teacher, 15 June 2000

Videotape VT-20318/9

CMCP workshop, North Wilkesboro, N.C., 2000: tape 9 of 11 #20318, Series: "Curriculum, Music, and Community Collection, 2000-2001." VT-20318/9

VHS

Joe Shannon and brainstorming, 15 June 2000

Videotape VT-20318/10

CMCP workshop, North Wilkesboro, N.C., 2000: tape 10 of 11 #20318, Series: "Curriculum, Music, and Community Collection, 2000-2001." VT-20318/10

VHS

Presentations of each group, lesson plans, 16 June 2000

Videotape VT-20318/11

CMCP workshop, North Wilkesboro, N.C., 2000: tape 11 of 11 #20318, Series: "Curriculum, Music, and Community Collection, 2000-2001." VT-20318/11

VHS

Elvis story, ballad of Gilligan's Isle, 16 June 2000

Videotape VT-20318/12

CMCP workshop, West Jefferson, N.C., 2001: tape 1 of 7 #20318, Series: "Curriculum, Music, and Community Collection, 2000-2001." VT-20318/12

VHS

Day 1, first meeting with teachers, led by Glenn Hinson and Sally Peterson, 11 June 2001

Videotape VT-20318/13

CMCP workshop, West Jefferson, N.C., 2001: tape 2 of 7 #20318, Series: "Curriculum, Music, and Community Collection, 2000-2001." VT-20318/13

VHS

Day 2, Haywood county writing, 12 June 2001

Videotape VT-20318/14

CMCP workshop, West Jefferson, N.C., 2001: tape 3 of 7 #20318, Series: "Curriculum, Music, and Community Collection, 2000-2001." VT-20318/14

VHS

Days 2 and 3, Branchettes, issues of faith, Surry Co. Presentation, finding local artists, 12-13 June 2001

Videotape VT-20318/15

CMCP workshop, West Jefferson, N.C., 2001: tape 4 of 7 #20318, Series: "Curriculum, Music, and Community Collection, 2000-2001." VT-20318/15

VHS

Day 3, flat-footing, clogging, square dance, Jerry Smith, Smokey Valley Boys and Ginger Bode, 13 June 2001

Videotape VT-20318/16

CMCP workshop, West Jefferson, N.C., 2001: tape 5 of 7 #20318, Series: "Curriculum, Music, and Community Collection, 2000-2001." VT-20318/16

VHS

Days 3 and 4, personal stories involving students, music and math, 13-14 June 2001

Videotape VT-20318/17

CMCP workshop, West Jefferson, N.C., 2001: tape 6 of 7 #20318, Series: "Curriculum, Music, and Community Collection, 2000-2001." VT-20318/17

VHS

Day 5, sharing, 15 June 2001

Videotape VT-20318/18

CMCP workshop, West Jefferson, N.C., 2001: tape 7 of 7 #20318, Series: "Curriculum, Music, and Community Collection, 2000-2001." VT-20318/18

VHS

Square dance, Virginia reel with Arville Scott of Ashe County, 15 June 2001

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Processing Information

Processed by: Anne Wells, March 2017

Encoded by: Anne Wells, March 2017

Archival processing of the Curriculum, Music, and Community Collection was made possible through a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

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