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  • Traditional Arts Indiana (Traditional Arts Indiana / Indiana University, 2004-11)
    This issue of Field Notes recognizes TAI artist Milan Opacich for receiving a National Heritage Fellowship. It also reports on the Indiana State Fair fiddle contest and performances, as well as the State Fair Masters, the ...
  • Traditional Arts Indiana (Traditional Arts Indiana / Indiana University, 2001-10)
    This issue of Field Notes discusses the Indiana State Fair and the Indiana State Fair Masters, as well as the Traditional Arts Indiana-sponsored performances and an account of horse and pony judging. Included also were ...
  • Traditional Arts Indiana (Traditional Arts Indiana / Indiana University, 2002-04)
    In this issue of Field Notes, Traditional Arts Indiana introduces its Master-Apprentice Program, which assisted three master artists--Angie Caldwell, Milan Opacich, and Jim Cooper--in taking on apprentices. Also included ...
  • Traditional Arts Indiana (Traditional Arts Indiana / Indiana University, 2004-05)
    In this issue, incoming director Jon Kay is introduced, as well as the Indiana Historical Society's Share-a-Legacy Day, where TAI sponsored three groups to perform. Also included is a report on the survey of traditional ...
  • Traditional Arts Indiana (Traditional Arts Indiana / Indiana University, 2005-12)
    This issue of Field Notes introduces the State Fair Masters, the Piecemakers, master quilters, and the Huber Family, master winemakers. There is also a report on TAI Day at the Indiana State Fair, featuring musical ...
  • Traditional Arts Indiana (Traditional Arts Indiana / Indiana University, 2007-02)
    This issue features: In this issue: Arts Fair on the Square, Volbrecht Luthier Exhibit, Bernice Enyeart Quilt Exhibit, Indiana Festival, Marion Octoberfest, TAI at the Indiana State Fair, Rotating Exhibit Network, and ...
  • Traditional Arts Indiana (Traditional Arts Indiana / Indiana University, 2002-10)
    This issue of Field Notes focuses on three county fairs in Indiana, the Lake County Fair, the DuBois County Fair, and the Jackson County Fair. Also included was a report from the Indiana State Fair, where TAI Day featured ...
  • Traditional Arts Indiana (Traditional Arts Indiana / Indiana University, 2003-05)
    This issue of Field Notes focuses on the Cross Plains Jam Session, Family Day at the Indiana Historical Society, and TAI's new website. Artists discussed at length include Robert Turner and the Silver Heart Gospel Singers, ...
  • Traditional Arts Indiana (Traditional Arts Indiana / Indiana University, 2001-03)
    This issue of Field Notes deals with arts in the Calumet region, the Work and Life: Voices from Perry County project. It also features discussions on artists Milan Opacich and LadySax.
  • Traditional Arts Indiana (Traditional Arts Indiana / Indiana University, 2003-11)
    This issue of Field Notes opens with a report on the first State Fair Fiddle Contest and State Fair Masters candy-maker Mary Borgman, and Angus breeders Jim and Randee Patton. TAI also reports on local programming that it ...
  • Traditional Arts Indiana (Traditional Arts Indiana / Indiana University, 2008)
    This issue features: the Crafting Sound exhibit, the Rotating Exhibit Network, folktraditions.com, TAI's recognition by the state legislature, and TAI at the Indiana State Fair, including performances and the State Fair ...

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