"Message from the President"
"Out of This World: Grandma Mozell Creates a Joyful Universe" by James Sellman.
"Art for Folk Art's Sake: Robert C. Heitmann" by Scott Keuler. Vollis Simpson's Whirligigs Are Moving and Not Just in the Wind" by Jenny Moore.
"Symposium at High Museum Explores Pottery, Furniture and Paradise Garden" by Ann Oppenhimer.
"Atlanta Awards of Distinction" by Ann Oppenhimer.
"Silver Anniversary Snapshots"
"FASA Auction Honors Tony Rajer" by Ann Oppenhimer.
"Letters to the Editor"
"Raleigh Conference Flyer"
"Across Boundaries: The Art of Thornton Dial" by Scott Habes.
"The River Willow Baskets of Jenny Valencia Baeza" by Scott Rothstein.
"Big Spending Makes a Comeback at Slotin Auction" by Margaret Browne.
"2012 Donors to the Folk Art Society of America"
"Obituary: Thomas "Harte" Hobson" by Ann Oppenhimer.
"Obituary: Norman J. "Bud" Goldstone" by Jo Farb Hernandez. "Folk Art Scholarship Initiated" by Carol Crown.
"Calendar of Exhibitions"
The Folk Art Society of America, founded in 1987, is a nonprofit organization that advocates the documentation, preservation and exhibition of folk art, folk artists and folk art environments, with an emphasis on the contemporary. We publish The Folk Art Messenger free to members, and produce an annual Conference with symposia, special exhibitions and an auction. Our online Calendar lists current, upcoming and ongoing folk-art-related events and exhibitions.