The New Hampshire Folklife website is a project of the Traditional Arts Program of the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts (NHSCA), a division of the Department of Cultural Resources, State of New Hampshire.
Comments, suggestions, and corrections can be sent to Traditional Arts Coordinator Lynn Martin Graton. Click here to send email.
Major funding for this website was provided by the National Endowment for the Arts through a Folk & Traditional Arts Infrastructure grant.
NHSCA Director - Rebecca L. Lawrence
Council Chair - Jim Kelley
Commissioner Dept of Cultural Resources - Van McLeod
Traditional Arts Coordinator and Project Director - Lynn Martin Graton
New Hampshire Folklife is hosted by the State Library, a division of the Department of Cultural Resources, State of New Hampshire. Information & Technology Support: Theresa Pare Curtis, Marta Boyle, Linda Sheldon & Lorna Zorko
Phase I of New Hampshire Folklife was designed by:
PixelMEDIA, Portsmouth, New Hampshire
Special thanks to:
Dr. Betty Belanus, Smithsonian Center for Folklife & Cultural Heritage; Gary Samson; Ann Kontak; Julie Mento; Julien Olivier; Jeff Warner; Jack Beard; Frumie Selchen; Marcia Congdon; and Lisa Kryger.
Oversight of the New Hampshire presentation at the 1999 Smithsonian Folklife Festival & the 2000 Celebrate New Hampshire Festival was provided by:
The New Hampshire Commission on the Smithsonian Folklife Festival (1997-2001)
Celebrate New Hampshire Culture (1999-2001)
Smithsonian Institution's Center for Folklife Programs and Cultural Studies
The New Hampshire State Council on the Arts
Funding support for the NH program was provided by numerous corporations, businesses, and individuals including:
Bell Atlantic (Verizon)
Fisher Scientific International Inc.
Fleet Bank NH
Grappone Auto Junction
Healthsource NH, A CIGNA Healthcare Company
New Hampshire National Guard
Public Service of New Hampshire
Sanders, A Lockeed Martin Company
Tyco International Ltd.
The Recording Industries Music Performance Trust Funds
Anheuser Busch Companies, Inc.
Clark Hill Sugary, Inc.
Heritage New Hampshire-Stoney Morell
New Hampshire Sweepstakes Commission
New Hampshire State Department of Corrections
New Hampshire Army National Guard
New Hampshire Department of Travel and Tourism Development
University of New Hampshire Extension Services, Division of Forestry
Wheelabrator Technologies, Inc.
For a complete listing of the many companies, businesses, and inividuals who helped to support these projects, contact the: New Hampshire State Council on the Arts.