Crafting North Carolina
     

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Credits and Thanks

Crafting•North Carolina is an Online Learning program of the Mint Museum of Art and the Mint Museum of Craft + Design, Charlotte, NC.

Major funding awarded by First Union National Bank.

Additional funding awarded by:

Alcoa Foundation
Cannon Foundation, Inc.
Metropolitan Life Foundation
North Carolina Arts Council, an agency funded by the State of North Carolina and the National Endowment for the Arts.

The Mint Museum of Art and the Mint Museum of Craft + Design are supported by:

Annual Fund Drive of the Arts & Science Council-Charlotte/Mecklenburg, Inc.
North Carolina Arts Council, a state agency
City of Charlotte
Museum members

Site designed by:

Mint Museum of Art, Education Department
Interactive Knowledge, Inc.

Mint Museum of Art staff

Cheryl Palmer, VP Education and Public Programs

Jill Shuford, School Programs Coordinator

Interactive Knowledge, Inc.

An e-learning company specializing in quality electronic education

Chuck Barger, Dave Conlin, Tim Songer

Specials thanks

Jai Jordan

Betsy Birkner

Mary Douglas

Mary Beth Crawford

Diane Curry

Craig Harmon

Teacher Advisory Team

Lynn Sachak, CMS Technology Department

Bill Melson, CMS Technology Specialist

Cecelia McGlouglin & Beth DiCristofaro, Billingsville Montessori

Marilyn Mickle & Lesley Walton, Elizabeth Lane Elementary

Grace Brown & April Price, Barringer Academic Center

Karen Belk & Peggy Cureton, Lebanon Road Elementary

Testing & Evaluation Sites

Barringer Academic Center

Cotswold Elementary

Elizabeth Lane Elementary

Nathaniel Alexander Elementary

Pawtucket Elementary

University Park Elementary

Audio Interviews

Thanks to the following artists for sharing their time and creativity with us:

Cynthia Bringle, Stoney Lamar, Sid Luck, and Billie Ruth Sudduth

Clay techniques audio segments are from the video "Meet Travis" and are used by permission of the NCSU Humanities Extension / Publications Program.

Also thanks to Vernon, Pam and Travis Owens.

 

 

   
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