2018 WORKSHOPS

MFF Interviews will be conducted by Chris Sealy.

Chris is a 25-year career reporter and videographer based in Denver, Colorado.

 

 

 

 

Saturday, November 3rd 

9:00 – 10:00 AM Star Hall 

Interview with Sam Baker

Sam Baker is an acclaimed Texan singer-songwriter whose first CD, Mercy, in 2004 brought him an ardent and extensive following in North America and Europe. Baker’s story includes surviving devastating injuries from a terrorist bomb on a train bound for Machu Picchu, Peru in 1986. Baker sees beauty in everything around him and expresses his new-found life every day, sometimes with paint and canvas, or a camera, and sometimes with a guitar and song.



 
 


 

Saturday, November 3rd

10:15 -11:15 AM Star Hall

Interview with Kathy Mattea 

A not-to-be missed conversation with singer, musician, songwriter, public speaker, and activist: Kathy Mattea. Kathy Mattea has enjoyed the kind of success many artists only dream of: two GRAMMY wins, four CMA Awards, four #1 country singles, and five gold albums (plus a platinum collection of her greatest hits). Kathy explores music’s most basic human essence through timeless melodies and uplifting narratives. Join us for an exploration of Mattea’s music and message.

 
   

Sunday, November 4th

8:00 AM to Noon  CommuniTea Garden

Located at 100 West and Walnut Ln. 

Join the Resiliency Hub at our CommuniTea Garden for an educational morning of building pollinator habitat, plus end of season garden care and harvest.  Learn about the seasonal rhythms of an ecologically-designed water harvesting landscape as we turn down the garden for winter. Collect late season seeds and cuttings. Help us complete our on-site reclaimed Bee Hotel, and work with community partners to build similar structures for their - and your own - gardens.  Come anytime!

Sunday, November 4th

9:00 – 10:00 AM Star Hall

Interview with Hubby Jenkins

Hubby Jenkins is a talented multi-instrumentalist who endeavors to share his love and knowledge of old-time American music. Born and raised in Brooklyn he delved into his Southern roots, following the thread of African American history that wove itself through country blues, ragtime, fiddle and banjo, and traditional jazz. Since 2010 he has been an integral part of the Grammy award winning Carolina Chocolate Drops and continues to make solo performances.

Sunday, November 4th

10:15 – 11:15 AM

Singer Songwriters in the Round

Back by popular demand!! Moab Folk Camp Founder, Moab Folk Festival board member and fabulous singer songwriter Cosy Sheridan leads a lively and entertaining conversation and song circle.