Anna Fariello

Anna Fariello
Research Associate Professor
Hunter Library
828 227 2499 fariello@wcu.edu

Education

  • MFA – Mixed Media - James Madison University
  • MA – Museum Studies/Art History – Virginia Commonwealth University
  • BA – Art/Art History – Rutgers University

Awards for research

  • Brown-Hudson Award, North Carolina Folklore Society, 2010
  • E-Appalachia Award for web concept and design, Appalachian Studies Assoc., 2004
  • Fulbright Scholar, US Fulbright Commission, (Latin America) 2000
  • Guardians of Culture award, Association of Tribal Archives, Libraries, and Museums, 2013
  • Research Fellowship, Smithsonian Institution, 1998-2000
  • Road Scholar, North Carolina Humanities Council, 2009-2014

Citations

Publications

Books
  • Blue Ridge Roadways: A Virginia Field Guide to Cultural Sites, an interpretation of the built environment (Winston-Salem: John F. Blair Publishers, 2006)
  • Cherokee Basketry: From the Hands of our Elders, (Charleston: The History Press, 2009)
  • Cherokee Carving: From the Hands of our Elders, (Cullowhee: Curatorial InSight, 2013)
  • Cherokee Pottery: From the Hands of our Elders, (Charleston: The History Press, 2011)
  • "Craft Revival," Encyclopedia of Southern Culture, (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2010)
  • Encyclopedia of Appalachia, Editor of Visual Arts section; Author of Visual Arts overview and multiple entries (Knoxville: University of Tennessee, 2006)
  • Handbook of Appalachia, Author of chapter on "Visual Arts." (Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2006)
  • Images of America: Christiansburg, (Charleston SC: Arcadia Press, 2005)
  • Lost Cause: Women, Art and the Landscape of Southern Memory, Author of chapter on cemetery monuments (Knoxville: University of Tennessee, 2003)
  • "Making & Naming: Lexicon of Studio Craft," Chapter, Extra/ordinary: Craft and Contemporary Art, Maria Elena Buszek, ed., (Durham: Duke University Press, 2011)
  • Objects and Meaning: New Perspectives on Art and Craft. Co-Editor; (Scarecrow Press, 2003, 2005)
  • Author of chapter, "Regarding the History of Objects"
  • Author of chapter, "Reading the Language of Objects"
  • "Olive Dame Campbell, Among the Folk: Education, Experimentation, and Rural Life," Chapter, North Carolina Women: Their Lives and Times (University of Georgia Press, 2014)
Exhibition catalogs
  • Art of Transformation, Hickory NC: Hickory Museum of Art, 2007
  • Clay from the River Valleys, Radford VA: Radford University Art Museum, 1993
  • Clay USA, Radford University Art Museum, 1989, 1991
  • Coast-to-Coast: Women of Color Artists' Books, Radford University Art Museum, 1990
  • Color and Clay. Richmond: Hand Workshop Art Center (traveling), 1987
  • Defining Ourselves: Expressions of Diversity, Radford University Art Museum, 1995
  • Forged, Quenched, Tempered, Houston: Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, 2010
  • From Absurdity to Austerity: Photographs of Richard Hough, Radford U. Art Museum, 1993
  • "Green Tea," in The Whereabouts of Beauty in 20th Century Art, Richmond: Hand Workshop Art Center, 1997
  • Iron: Twenty Ten, Memphis: National Ornamental Metal Museum, 2010
  • "Journey from Apprentice to Master," in Francis Whitaker, Radford University Art Museum, 1994; Reprinted for Littleton, Colorado Historical Museum, 1996
  • Kolla-Landwehr Collection of Huichol Art, Radford University Art Museum, 1996
  • "Material + Technology: Reconsidering the Object," in ReFormations: New Forms from Ancient Techniques, Portsmouth VA: Portsmouth Museum (traveling) 2000
  • Metal/Southeast, Abingdon VA: William King Art Center, 2004
  • Movers & Makers: Doris Ulmann's Portrait of the Craft Revival, History Museum of Western Virginia (traveling) 2003-2005
  • Pieced Histories: Quilts from the New River Valley, Radford University Art Museum, 1994
  • "Samuel Yellin Metalworkers: Mastery across Three Generations," in Samuel Yellin Metalworkers. Asheville NC: Southern Highland Craft Guild, 1998
Conference papers / Journal articles
  • "Albert Paley: Drawing as a Visual Roadmap," Metalsmith 25 (Spring 2005): 42-49
  • "Albert Paley: Working in the Public Domain," Anvils Ring 33 (Fall 2004): 28-33
  • "American Art," Southeast College Art conference, Charleston SC, Oct 1996
  • American Craft Symposium, panel, Georgia Art Education Association, Young Harris College, November 12, 2009
  • "Arts and Crafts in Appalachia: the Third Wave," Style 1900 16 (Feb. 2003): 70-75
  • "Building upon the Stones of Venice: Ruskin's Role in the Arts & Crafts Movement," Style 1900 14 (November 2001); 32-38
  • "Cherokee Rivercane Baskets." North Carolina Folklore Journal 57.2 (2010): 41-55
  • "Christo Unwrapped," Art Papers (Jan/Feb 1996): 2-5
  • "Collectors: Women of the Avant Garde" (abstract) Southeast College Art Review 1988: 251
  • "Container as Metaphor" (abstract) Southeast College Art Review 1998: 312-313
  • "Container as Metaphor," Ceramics, Art and Perception 37 (Australia) 1999: 30-32
  • "Craft Revival: 1896-1937," History Museum and Historical Society of Western Virginia Journal 15 (2004): 36-46
  • "Crafts and Craftspeople of the Appalachians," Smithsonian Folklife Festival (program guide), Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage, 2003: 35
  • "Crossing the Creative Matrix: Lee Sauder," Metalsmith 23 (Winter 2003): 35-41
  • "Cynthia Bringle: A Potter's Life," American Craft 59 (December 1999): 34-37
  • "Ebb & Flow: the De-Valuation and Re-Valuation of the Object" (abstract) Southeast College Art Review 1993: 232-233
  • "Fireside Industries and Industrial Institutes," Appalachian Studies, Cherokee NC, 2004
  • "Folklorist's Digital Toolkit," NC Folklore Journal 53 (Fall-Winter 2006): 29-38
  • "From the Hands of our Elders: A Collaborative Effort," International Conference of Indigenous Archives, Libraries, and Museums, Santa Fe, June 2013.
  • "From the Hands of our Elders: Looking at Cherokee Crafts," Cashiers Historical Society Symposium, May 2013.
  • "Fueling a Forge with Methane," Anvils Ring (Spring 2007): 18-21
  • Hand to Hand: Connecting to Diverse Communities, NC Museums Council, Raleigh, March 2013.
  • "Hoss Haley: Finding Voice in the Heartland," Metalsmith (Fall 2006): 28-35
  • "Issues of Identity in Contemporary American Craft," Southeast College Art conference, Richmond VA, October 1997
  • "John Cage: View-Inter-View," Radford Magazine 1989: 26-32
  • "Making & Naming: Lexicon of Studio Craft," Southeast College Art conference, 2010
  • "Market Forces as Moral Value: a Questionable Aesthetic," Ceramics Monthly (Feb 1996): 95-95
  • "Marc Maiorana: At the Edges," Metalsmith 34, No. 2 (2014): 36-41
  • "Markings & the Urge to Record," Ceramics, Art, Perception 42 (Australia) 2000: 57-59
  • "Material Meaning," Studio Potter (Dec 1996): 26-30
  • "Performance, Collaboration and the Intersection of Arts and Technology," Vancouver BC: Simon Fraser U, July 1993 with Margaret Devaney
  • "Preserving the Craft Revival," (chair) Appalachian Studies, Maryville, TN, March 23, 2007
  • "Reading the Language of Objects," Southeast College Art, Raleigh NC, November 1, 2003
  • "Samuel Yellin Metalworkers: a Continuing Legacy." Nineteenth Century 19: Victorian Society of America (Fall 1999): 47-53
  • "Samuel Yellin: Sketching in Iron," Metalsmith 23 (Fall 2003): 28-35
  • "Sustaining Tradition: The formation of an artisan cooperative on the Qualla Boundary," Appalachian Studies Association, Berea, March 2011
  • "Telling the Story: Interpretation and Archeological Research," Cherokee Archeological Symposium, Oct 25, 2013.
  • "Transatlantic and Trans-temporal: Yellin Ironwork as a Manifestation of English Arts and Crafts, Southeast College Art conference, SC, October 24, 2001
  • "Understanding our Past, Shaping our Future: A Community-based Tribal Exhibit," Association of Tribal Archives, Libraries, and Museums, June 4, 2012 (invited)
  • "Understanding our Past, Shaping our Future, an IMLS supported exhibit," International Conference of Indigenous Archives, Libraries, and Museums, Santa Fe, June 2013 (invited).
  • "Upstream: Theoretical Headwaters of the Craft Arts" (abstract) College Art Association 1996: 92; presentation at College Art conference, Boston, 1996
  • "Voices and Visions: a Feminist Dialog across the Warp of Time" (abstract) Southeast College Art Review 1996: 105-106
  • "Working Women/Founding Mothers: Appalachian Craft Revival." Appalachian Studies conference, Helen GA, March 1996
  • "Working Women/ Founding Mothers," Women & Craft at the National Museum of Women in Arts, Washington DC, 1993
  • "Yellin and the Expression of Ruskin's Gothic," Style 1900 13 (Feb. 2000): 44-48
Invited lectures / seminars
  • "African American Industrial Institutes," Society of Friends national meeting, Blacksburg VA, July 6, 2001
  • "Appalachian Craft Revival: 1890s-1930s," Appalachian State U, Boone, sponsored by Smithsonian Associates, July 22, 1999
  • "Building the American Dream: Samuel Yellin Metalworking Studio, 1909-1940," Virginia Tech research colloquy, Blacksburg VA, April 23, 2001
  • "Ceramics in Architectural Context," University of Tennessee, Chattanooga, 1983
  • "Cherokee Craft Revival," Qualla Arts & Crafts, Cherokee NC, sponsored by NC Humanities Council, March 2004
  • "Cincinnati Art Pottery Movement," University of Indiana, Bloomington, 1985
  • "Contemporary Appalachian Craft: Looking at Process," Appalachian State U, Boone, sponsored by Smithsonian Associates, July 23, 1999
  • "Craft: A History," guest lecture and panel, Penland School of Crafts, 1989
  • "Evening with Gertrude Stein," Middle Tennessee State U, Murfreesboro TN, 1988
  • "Historic Ceramics in the Museum Collection," Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, 1988
  • "Latin American Artifacts: Who Owns Them?" Phi Beta Delta Honor Society Lecture, Western Carolina University, September 16, 2009
  • "Making & Meaning: Craft Studies Learning Community," University of North Carolina/Asheville, July 13, 2005
  • "Making & Naming: Objects of Studio Craft," Western Carolina U, Cullowhee, NC, June 2007
  • "Mercer/ Turn-of-the-Century Craftsman," Tennessee Tech, Cookeville, 1987
  • "Moving Forward, Looking Back: Traditional Appalachian handwork as an expression of progressive reform ideology in America, 1896-1929," Virginia Tech research colloquy, Blacksburg VA, November 1999
  • "Objects & Meaning," Keynote lecture for American Craft Week, Haywood Community College, Oct 2011
  • "Objects, Process, and Meaning," Art Museum of Western VA, Roanoke, April 14, 2000
  • "Regarding the History of the Object," Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, Nov. 16, 2006
  • "Ruskin, Morris, and Aunt Lou Kitchen: Appalachian Craft Revival, 1896-1929," National Museum of American Art/Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC, Mar 12, 1999
  • "Ruskin, Morris, and Aunt Lou Kitchen: the Historic Craft Revival," University of North Carolina/Asheville, April 18, 2005
  • "Samuel Yellin: Craftsman without Peer," Reynolda House Museum of American Art, Winston-Salem NC, Feb. 20, 2003
  • "Smithsonian Folklife Festival," (invited speaker), Appalachian Studies, Cherokee, 2004
  • "Southern Craft: A Revival," (keynote lecture) American Craft Week, Handmade in America, Oct 12, 2012
  • "Southern Craft: A Revival in the Mountains," Craddock Center, Blue Ridge GA, Oct. 27, 2007
  • "Southern Craft: A Revival," North Carolina Historical Society, Asheville, April 15, 2011
  • "Southern Craft: A Revival," Carolina Mountain Literary Festival, Burnsville, Sept 9, 2011
  • "Southern Craft: A Revival," Mars Hill University, Oct 29, 2013
  • "Southern Women: Labor/Image/Craft," Gaston County Public Library, April 13, 2010
  • "Theories and Methods of Art History," panel, Craft Studies program, University of North Carolina/Asheville, Nov 15, 2005
  • "Validation and the Art Establishment," State of the Craft conference, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond VA, Aug. 1989
  • "Woman-to-Woman: The Southern Craft Revival," keynote address for Gender Research conference, Western Carolina University, March 26, 2008.
Curator / Consulting curator
  • Andy Warhol Early Portraits, organized by Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, 1996
  • Audrey Flack, New York, Recent Work, on loan from artist, 1997
  • Christo, New York, Wrapped Coast, on loan from artist, 1993
  • A Century of Contribution: Christiansburg Institute and Educational Change in Virginia, Memphis TN: National Civil Rights Museum (traveling), 2003
  • Colored Clay: A National Survey, Appalachian Center, Smithville TN and Pewabic Pottery, Detroit; 1983
  • Cycles, computer-generated environment, organized by the Center for Creative Arts, Sweet Briar VA, 1994
  • Faith Ringgold, New York, Women of Color, on loan from artist, 1990
  • Francis Whitaker: National Heritage Fellow, Flagstaff AZ: Artist Blacksmith Association of North America (traveling), 1999-2001
  • From Hand to Hand: Functional Craft, Handmade in America, Asheville, 2012
  • Hammer & Hand: Contemporary American Metal 2004 (juried), Calvin College, Grand Rapids MI, 2004
  • John Cage Watercolors, organized by the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, 1989
  • Kathe Kollwitz, organized by the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, 1995
  • Miles Carpenter: A Second Century, Radford University Art Museum, 1990
  • Qualla Arts & Crafts: Tradition and Innovation, Mountain Heritage Center, Sept 2011
  • Qualla Arts and Crafts Historical Timeline (permanent installation), 65th Anniversary, 2011
  • Robert Beckman, Nevada, Secular Light, on loan from artist, 1998
  • Sculpture Purchase Competition, Radford VA: Radford U campus, annual, 1990-1997
  • Understanding our Past, Shaping our Future, Institute of Museum and Library Services and Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, touring exhibit, 2011-2014
  • Winslow Homer: Prints from Harper's, selections from the Anderson Gallery collection, Richmond VA, 1995
Reviews / Commentaries
  • "Alan Rosenberg," clay, New Art Examiner (Chicago), review, 1986
  • "Albert Paley," New Art Examiner (Chicago) review, 1991
  • "Albert Paley," Southeast College Art Review 2003: 256-257
  • "Amalia Amaki: Boxes, Buttons and the Blues at the National Museum of Women in the Arts," Southeast College Art Review XIV No. 5 (2005): 497-499
  • "Approaches to Contemporary Rug Hooking," Fiber Arts (Sept/Oct 1991): 51-56
  • "Blacksmith Art Exhibit," Metalsmith 27 No.1 (January 2007) review, 46.
  • "Blacksmithing with a Southern Accent: Metalwork from the Southeast," review, Anvils Ring 36, No. 2 (Winter 2008): 20-22
  • "Cate Fitt," textiles, New Art Examiner (Chicago) review, 1987
  • "Eloquent Object," Art Papers (Atlanta) review, 1989
  • "Faith Ringgold," Art Papers (Atlanta) review, 1989
  • "Haystack Reader: Collected Essays on Craft, 1991-2009," (review), Journal of Modern Craft 5.3 (Nov 2012): 369-372
  • "History of Cherokee Pottery," Native Peoples 26, No. 6 (Nov/Dec 2013): 20-22
  • "Intrinsic Nature," New Art Examiner (Chicago) review, 1997
  • "Jack Earl," New Art Examiner (Chicago) review, 1992
  • "Jewelry Now," New Art Examiner (Chicago) review, 1987
  • "Metals Expression II," metal, Art Papers (Atlanta) review, 1991
  • "Niewald/ Crane," ceramics, New Art Examiner (Chicago), review, 1995
  • "Not just a pot...a way of life," Mountain Xpress (Asheville) commentary, July 19, 2006: 6
  • "On fire for heritage," Mountain Xpress (Asheville), commentary, June 14, 2006: 7
  • "Points of Entry: Drawings of Albert Paley," SE College Art Review 2004: 376-379
  • "Virginia Derryberry: Second Nature," Southeast College Art Review XV No. 1 (2005): 54-57

Preservation and region

Museum manuals
  • Interpretive Plan, Christiansburg Institute Museum and Archive, 2004
  • Get it in Writing: Documenting your Collection, manual, Arts & Crafts conference, Asheville NC, 2003
  • Interpreting Regional Artifacts, Virginia Tech Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, 2001
  • Manual de Museologia, manual, American Embassy Panama and National Institute of Culture, Panama City, 2000
Conference papers / Journal articles
  • "Arcadia: Contemplating Rural Virginia's Homestead's," Blue Ridge Symposium, Explore Park, Roanoke VA, 1999
  • "Cultural Diversity for Sale: Building a Global Museum Community," National Humanities conference, Blacksburg VA, March 25, 2002
  • "Cultural Tourism: The Next Frontier," Southeast American Craft Council conference, Arrowmont School, Gatlinburg TN, 1998
  • "Cultural Tourism," Preserving Community Identity conference, Newport VA, 2000
  • "Digital Humanities for Small Organizations," North Carolina Preservation Consortium, Raleigh NC, Nov 2 (invited)
  • Digital Humanities Collections: New Tools for International Research, Phi Beta Delta International Education conference, Charlotte, April 12, 2013.
  • "Digital Resources," Smithsonian Associates Journey Stories, Jackson County Library, 2012
  • "Documentation and Interpretation," Appalachian Studies conference, Maryville, TN, 2007
  • "Emancipation Era Education," Appalachian Studies conference, March 18, 2005
  • "Exhibit Fundamentals: Starting with a Plan," NC Museums Council, Asheville NC, March 18, 2012
  • "Exhibition Fundamentals: Planning and Building Exhibits for Small Museums," Southeast Museums Council, Raleigh NC, Nov 8, 2012
  • "Exhibit Fundamentals: Starting with a Plan," NC Museums Council, Asheville NC, 2012.
  • "Exhibition Reviews" (editor) Southeast College Art Review, 2003-2008
  • "Fireside Industries and Industrial Institutes," Appalachian Studies, Cherokee NC, 2004
  • "Folklorist's Digital Toolkit," NC Folklore Journal 53 (Fall-Winter 2006): 29-38
  • "Forging Archival Collaborations: Connecting Digital Humanities to Community," Cultural Heritage Archives Symposium, Library of Congress American Folklife Center, Sept 27, 2013
  • "Form & Function for the Future: Adaptive Reuse" Virginia Association of Museums Quarterly (fall 2005): 3
  • "Going Digital: New Tools for Exhibits and Image Databases," Craft Organization Development Association, Savannah, April 8, 2010
  • "Heritage Matters," National Park Service magazine (Dec. 2004): 14-15
  • "Issues in Academic Museums," Southeast College Art conference, New Orleans LA, Oct 1994
  • "Museums, Race, and Communities: Projects/Obstacles/Strategies," Southeast Museums conference, Oct. 2002
  • "On a Shallow Foundation of Freedom: Building the Campus of the Christiansburg Institute," Smithfield Review VI (2002): 38-70
  • "Preserving the Craft Revival" (chair) Appalachian Studies conference, Maryville, TN, 2007
  • "Racial Cooperation and Philanthropy," Conference of Quaker Historians, Swarthmore College; June 22, 2002
  • "Reinterpreting the Cultural Contributions of African Americans," Virginia Association of Museums conference, March 11, 2002
  • "Visibility as a Solution to Austerity: Academic Museums" (abstract) Southeast College Art Review 1994: 65
  • "What are Curators Looking For?" Southeast American Craft Council, Lynchburg VA, 1992
  • "What do we Leave Behind?" History Museum and Historical Society of Western Virginia Journal 15 (2002): 49-52
  • "Where Have All the Treasures Gone? Museums in Latin America," Globalization & Cultural Diversity conference, Roanoke VA, September 20, 2002
Invited lectures / seminars
  • "Arts in Appalachia," (invited) Appalachian Studies, Maryville, TN, March 24, 2007
  • "Assessments and Accreditation," Southwest Virginia Assoc. of Museums, Jan. 28, 2002
  • "Cherokee Craft Revival," Qualla Arts & Crafts Cooperative, Cherokee NC, sponsored by NC Humanities Council, March 2004
  • "Collections Management for Collectors," Arts & Crafts Society, Asheville NC, 2000-03
  • "Documentation & Digitization," workshops for digital project, Hunter Library, Cullowhee NC, Nov. 21, 2005 and Oct. 24, 2006
  • "Exhibit Development and Implementation," seminar, Claflin University, Orangeburg SC, 2001
  • "Digital Exhibits: Hunter Library's Partnership," Museums in Partnership, Asheville NC, 2007
  • "Exhibit Fundamentals: Starting with a Plan," Museums in Partnership, Asheville, 2007
  • "Importance of Museums," University of Panama, Nov. 28, 2000
  • "Interpreting Regional Artifacts," Virginia Tech Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, 2001
  • "Latin American Artifacts: Who Owns Them?" Western Carolina University Hispanic Heritage Month, Oct. 11, 2006
  • "Museum Administration," Museo de Arte Contemporaneo and University of Panama´, Republic of Panama´, 2000-2001
  • "Museum as an Educational Resource," Museo Afro-Antilliano, Panama, October 18, 2000
  • "Museum Assessments and Accreditation," Southwest Virginia Association of Museums, 2002
  • "Museum Collections," Museo del Canal Interoceanico de Panama´ and University of Panama´, Republic of Panama´, 2000-2001
  • "Smithsonian Folklife Festival," (invited speaker), Appalachian Studies, Cherokee, 2004
  • "Using Archival Resources in Heritage Preservation and Public History Projects," Friends of the Library lecture, Montgomery County VA, Oct. 25, 2005
  • "Validation and the Art Establishment," State of the Craft conference, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond VA, Aug. 1989
  • "Vital Words and Vital Actions: Partnerships for a Healthy Region," Appalachian Studies Plenary Session speaker (invited speaker) Radford VA, March 19, 2005
Digital presentations / websites
Sponsored Research
  • Library Services Technology Act (LSTA) multi-year grant to Hunter Library for Great Smoky Mountains research and digital collection, 2012-2013.
  • Library Services Technology Act (LSTA) grant to Hunter Library for Picturing Appalachia image research and digital collection, 2012-2013.
  • Blue Ridge National Heritage grant to Hunter Library for research and web component on regional pottery traditions, 2012-2013.
  • Institute of Museum and Library Services grant to the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians for "Understanding our Past, Shaping our Future, touring exhibit, 2011-2014.
  • Cherokee Preservation Foundation, multiple grants to Hunter Library to document Cherokee crafts and their makers, 2008-2011.
  • Library Services Technology Act (LSTA) multiple grants to Hunter Library to document historic crafts and create Craft Revival website; 2005-06, 2006-07, 2007-08, 2008-09.
  • National Endowment for the Humanities Preservation Assistance grant to Christiansburg Institute Museum and Archives for collection assessment, 2004-2005.
  • Virginia Foundation for the Humanities grant to Christiansburg Institute Museum for research into trades education 2004-2005.
  • North Carolina Arts and Humanities Council grant to Qualla Arts and Crafts for exhibit and program, 2004.
  • Virginia Foundation for the Humanities grant to History Museum of Western Virginia for exhibition, catalog, and tour, 2002, 2003-2004.
  • Virginia Foundation for the Humanities grant to the Christiansburg Institute for edited volume on trades education, 2001-2002.
  • Commonwealth of Virginia, state allocation to Floyd County to complete a regional cultural inventory, 1999-2004.
  • Williams-Sanchez, Shuler, Whitmore Foundation, multiple awards to historically black colleges to assist with exhibition development, 2001-2003.
  • Virginia Foundation for the Humanities grant to Christiansburg Institute Museum for web-based exhibition, 2001.
  • Virginia Foundation for the Humanities grant to Christiansburg Institute for exhibition on African American education, 2000-2001.
  • Institute of Museum and Library Services, Museum Assessment Program [MAP] grant to Radford University Museum for assessment, 1993.
 

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