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Kathleen Mundell

Kathleen Mundell is a folklorist and the director of Cultural Resources, a nonprofit working with communities on developing strategies that help sustain their local culture. Mundell also directs the Traditional Arts Program at the Maine Arts Commission, where she developed the Traditional Arts Apprenticeship Program, which supports the work of Wabanaki basketmakers. She is the author of North by Northeast: Wabanaki, Haudenosaunee and Tuscarora Traditional Arts (Tilbury House Press, 2008) and a recent recipient of the American Folklore Society’s Benjamin A. Botkin Prize for lifetime achievement in public folklore.

Wabanaki Waterways: A Curatorial Conversation

Kathleen Mundell and Jennifer Neptune speak with Diana Tuite, Katz Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art


The Brooklyn Rail

JUL-AUG 2020

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