The Lowcountry Foodways Project: Deconstruction of an IMLS planning grant and the importance of regional foodways for collection development, preservation, and community building

A session at MCN 2012

  • Laura Barfield
  • Georgette Mayo

Friday 9th November, 2012

4:00pm to 4:30pm (PST)

Trident Technical College and the Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture, a community college and a museum respectively, recently completed the successful implementation of an IMLS National Leadership planning grant, "The Lowcountry Foodways Project."

The outcomes of the session are:

1) tips and strategies for navigating the IMLS grant process;

2) regional foodways awareness and its importance for collection development, preservation, and community building.

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Laura Barfield
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Georgette Mayo

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Date Fri 9th November 2012


Marion, Renaissance Seattle

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