We’re pleased to showcase these partners and sponsors who have helped make the 2021 Annual Meeting possible.
Local Learning began as the National Task Force for Folk Arts in Education during a 1993 national roundtable at the National Endowment for the Arts. Today, we connect folklorists, artists, and educators across the nation and advocate for the full inclusion of folklife and folk arts in education to transform learning, build intercultural understanding, and create stronger communities.
Midwest Folklorists and Cultural Workers Alliance
The Midwest Folklorists & Cultural Worker Alliance (MFCWA) is a network of individuals who share, collaborate on, and advocate for folklife and cultural work in the Midwest.
Oklahoma Oral History Research Program
The Oklahoma Oral History Research Program (OOHRP) was founded in 2007 as part of the Oklahoma State University Library, to broaden inclusion of individual memory and experience representing Oklahoma and OSU history and culture through ethical oral history practice.
William G. Pomeroy Foundation
The William G. Pomeroy Foundation's Legends & Lore Marker Grant Program helps communities commemorate local folklore and legends, and promote cultural tourism with roadside markers. As the program expands nationally, we are seeking folklore organizations, folklore-related academic departments, and state supported councils or agencies to review grant applications and make recommendations. Learn more about the Pomeroy Foundation and our state partnerships today.