2022

2022 Masters and Apprentices

Marcellus Barnes, master and Quanterious Caruthers, apprentice. African American Gospel Singing. Chattanooga and Ooltewah, TN.*

Sarah Boyd, master and Elizabeth Fulbright, apprentice. Doll Repair and Restoration. Maryville, TN.*

Paul Brewster, master and Wyatt Ellis, apprentice. Bluegrass Singing. Gallatin and Maryville, TN.

Yvonne Harbin, master and D. Michael Campbell, apprentice. Traditional Herbalism. McMinnville and Altamont, TN.*

Harold Howell, master and Jimmy Bilbrey, apprentice. Fiddle Making. Cookeville, TN.*

Jack Martin, master and Kelly Wright, apprentice. Broommaking. Selmer and Pinson, TN.

Carmen McCord, master and Ian Kirkpatrick, apprentice. Unaccompanied Ballad Singing. Bon Aqua and New Tazewell, TN.

Aundra McCoy, master and Andree Glenn, apprentice. Mixed Media Quilting. Memphis, TN.

Arkan Muhammed, master and Ayan Muhammed, apprentice. Traditional Kurdish Music. Murfreesboro, TN.

Richard Turner, master and Jeffery Boyland, apprentice. Canning and Food Preservation. Stanton, TN.

Jeanette Underwood, master and Charlotte Underwood, apprentice. Appalachian Agricultural Folkways. LaFollette, TN.*

Felipe Vasquez, master and Michael Galvin, apprentice. Traditional Dance of Michoacán, “La Danza de los Viejitos” (Dance of the Old Men). White Pine and Morristown, TN.

*These teams are funded through a special partnership with the South Arts’ initiative In These Mountains: Central Appalachian Folk Art & Culture.