- Associated Press - Monday, December 7, 2015

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - Nine northern New England artists have been added to New Hampshire’s Traditional Arts and Folklife listing available for performances and other community-based presentations.

Traditional arts include cultural and ethnic crafts, music and dance forms that are passed down from one generation to the next.

The artists include Lucien Avery, blacksmith, of Hardwick, Vermont; and Jo Radner, a folklorist and storyteller from Lovell, Maine.

New Hampshire artists added to the list are Peggy Brenner, a fly tyer from Milford; Molly Grant, shoemaker from Deerfield; Laurel Jamieson, fiber artist from Manchester; Hari Khatiwada, classical Indian folk musician and harmonium player from Concord; Linda Pouliot, French jazz standards performer from Rochester; John Whiteside, guitar maker and luthier from Fremont; and Bob Wyatt, fly tyer from Concord.

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