Slim Harrison has been an artist in residence and touring artist for the Maryland State Arts Council Arts in Education program for over 25 years. He brings traditional folk music, stories, and dances alive for all ages and abilities. Brynda Ambush Harrison brings a varied background in diversity training, experiential education, conflict resolution, storytelling, music, and weaving to the program.
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This artist/group is also in the Artist in Residence program.