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Sulloway equity member Kevin O’Shea was recently selected to serve as a panel member for the National Endowment of the Arts Heritage Fellowship Selection Panel.

“Each year the Heritage Fellowships highlight the distinct living traditions of communities around our nation, as well as how our fellows instill a sense of pride, beauty, and cultural continuity through their art. The National Endowment for the Arts recently recognized several outstanding artists with a National Heritage Fellowship.” — Mary Anne Carter, Chairman, National Endowment for the Arts

As part of the National Endowment for the Arts’ work to support and celebrate our nation’s rich traditional arts heritage, the agency is announcing the 2020 recipients of its National Heritage Fellowships. These lifetime honor awards of $25,000 are given in recognition of both artistic excellence and efforts to sustain cultural traditions for future generations. The 2020 National Heritage Fellows are: Soul Singer and Songwriter William Bell, Armenian Folk and Liturgical Singer Onnik Dinkjian, West African Diasporic Dancers Zakarya and Naomi Diouf, Iroquois Raised Beadworker Karen Ann Hoffman (Oneida Nation of Wisconsin), Traditional Religious Dancers Los Matachines de la Santa Cruz de la Ladrillera, Old-Time Fiddler and Banjo Player John Morris, Nueva Canción Singer and Songwriter Suni Paz, Birchbark Canoe Builder Wayne Valliere (Lac du Flambeau Ojibwe), and Radio Producer and Radio Network Builder Hugo N. Morales.

For more information, review these links:

www.arts.gov/art-works/2020/congratulations-2020-nea-national-heritage-fellows

www.arts.gov/grants/panel/2020/folk-traditional-arts-fy-2020-grants-panelists?fbclid=IwAR1oe6HzJw...

www.linkedin.com/posts/kevinmoshea_congratulations-to-the-2020-nea-national-activity-668590151797...
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