I-69: Madison County Survey
This collection is comprised of interviews and photographs of Indiana artisans and tradition bearers from Madison County, created from the Summer of 2005. The project surveyed a variety of community traditions as well as the work more individual art forms. This brief survey was conducted by TAI director Jon Kay as part of the I-69 Heritage Corridor project, an initiative designed to bring increased public awareness to folklife and folk arts along Interstate 69 and surrounding communities. The region has a rich tradition of glasswork, which was begun by the St. Clair family. In addition the project looks at two local candy traditions, as well as a wide range of handmade crafts.
- Jon Kay