Folklife Resources for Educators
Materials Related to Circus
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by Florida Division of Cultural Affairs
Folklore-oriented interdisciplinary website featuring documentation of Florida art and artists, from such traditions as lacemaking, quilting, painting, shoemaking, and sculpting using papier mache, bones, and other materials. The site also incorporates circus traditions and cultural arts representing African American, Peruvian American, Puerto Rican, and Hawaiian backgrounds. The documentation of the selected traditional artists and their communities is available through audio and video clips, photographs, and background textual materials.
|Grade Level: All ages; 3-5; 6-8; 9-12
||Curriculum: Language Arts; History and Social Studies; Art and Culture
|Resource Type: Video recordings; Primary sources; Audio recordings; Podcasts
||Language: English; Spanish
|Subjects: Decorative arts; Peruvian Americans; Circus; African Americans; Folk artists; Folk art; Florida--Social life and customs; Lace and lace making; Quilting; Puerto Ricans; Shoemaking; Outsider art; Needlework
Geographic locations: Florida
Florida Division of Cultural Affairs
500 South Bronough Street
Tallahassee FL 32399-0250