Patricia James-Perry and her children are highly-skilled artists whose work draws inspiration from the skills and craftsmanship of their Wampanoag ancestors.
Showcase concert featuring the excellence and diversity of music and dance traditions thriving in Massachusetts.
Shipwright and National Heritage Fellow Harold A. Burnham and his son, Alden Burnham, work on a wooden boat restoration
Louise Cort, Curator of Ceramics at the Smithsonian Institution’s Freer|Sackler Gallery in Washington, D.C. visited Massachusetts-based Cambodian ceramist Yary Livan.
The archival collection of Mass Cultural Council's Folk Arts & Heritage Program was transferred to the Massachusetts State Archives.
Investing public money in the traditional arts can play a part in growing small business development.