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MN&WR: Many Kinds of Mountain Artists

MN&WR: Many Kinds of Mountain Artists

On this week’s Mountain News & World Report: Appalachia has long been known as a home to traditional music and crafts, but less well known is our thriving digital arts scene. We’ll hear from WMMT’s Rich Kirby about the history of the guitar and the Crooked Road Heritage Music Project, an excerpt from Malcolm Wilson’s 2016 Interview with WV born musician Glen Simpson, and WMMT’s Rachel Garringer shares a piece about Appalachian Media Institute youth filmmaker Oakley Fugate – who was recently selected for an exciting fellowship!

Tags:
appalachian history,
arts & culture,
digital arts,
film,
guitar,
old-time,
photography,

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