The sixteen teams of artists and craftspeople, chosen by the Center for Washington Cultural Traditions, will help preserve traditional skills.
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The American Book Award-winning poet and member of the Lhaq’temish (Lummi) Nation is the first Indigenous poet to assume the role.
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The funds, provided through the National Endowment for the Humanities, provide Washington State’s museums and cultural centers with needed relief.
Here are the fifteen teams of Washington artists and craftspeople chosen to help preserve traditional skills.
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“The Washington Stories Fund brings a larger megaphone to those communities whose stories can help us better understand our state and each other.”
More than a dozen artists and craftspeople will team up to preserve traditional arts, crafts, and skills in Washington State.