DescriptionAn interview with Albert Appel, a professional musician, arts educator and the founder of Appel Farm Arts and Music Center. Since its founding 1960, Appel Farm has evolved into a major regional arts center with diverse facilities. Its mission is "to provide people of all ages, cultures and economic backgrounds with a supportive, cooperative environment in which to explore the fine and performing arts."
This interview is a part of the You're U.S. project (http://youreus.com/). Created by Emile Klein, You’re U.S. is a unique ethnographic project that uses arts and craftsmanship to display the distinctive character of people across America. Its goal is to create an engaging and accessible public archive of American people and their histories, an archive that provides diverse opinions and honest representations of those documented.
NoteYou're U.S. is fiscally sponsored by Artspire, a program of The New York Foundation for the Arts.
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