NEA National Heritage Fellowships

NEA National Heritage Fellowships - F

  • Albert Fahlbusch was born April 18, 1925, in Scottsbluff, Nebraska, near his grandfather's farm. His parents, Molly and Herman...

  • The Fairfield Four was first organized as an a cappella gospel trio of young African American men in the...

  • Beijing Opera, one of over 300 operatic styles in China, is perhaps the best-known and most widely practiced theatrical tradition...

  • Photo courtesy of Nicolae Feraru

    Since immigrating to the United States, Nicolae Feraru has perpetuated the Gypsy traditional music he learned from his father, and...

  • Michael Flatley was born July 16, 1958, in Chicago. His parents, immigrants from County Sligo, Ireland, instilled in their...

  • Canray Fontenot was born October 16, 1918, in l'Anse des Rougeaux, Louisiana. His family was originally from the Duralde...

  • Thomas Edison "Brownie" Ford was born January 9, 1904, in Gum Springs in the Oklahoma Territory. He was half...

  • Photo by Gene Tomko

    Carol Fran's distinct voice and piano-playing style mark her celebrated career that spans more than six decades. Featuring artists associated...

  • Rose Frank was born on April 6, 1912, in Sweetwater, Idaho, in the Nez Perce area. The Nez Perce...

  • Roland Freeman, recommended as the Bess Lomax Hawes Award recipient, was inspired by the socially conscious Depression-era photography of Gordon...

  • Kansuma Fujima was born Sumako Hamaguchi in San Francisco, California, on May 9, 1918. When she was three years...