Cristina Díaz-Carrera, Tom Peters, Lead Curators
Craig Amason, Drew Beisswenger, Rachel Besara, Rebecca Fenton, Lisa Higgins, Holly Kouns, Kaitlyn McConnell, Jason Morris, Arlene Reiniger, Rachel Reynolds, Virginia Siegel, Curatorial Team
Pablo Molinero-Martinez, Program Coordinator
Kathy Phung, Foodways Program Manager
Aidan Keys, Research Assistant
Lindsay Anne Herring, M. Quaid Montgomery, Program Interns
Sabrina Lynn Motley, Festival Director
Curtis Copeland (chair), Louis Allen, Lynn Berry, Kevin Bright, Wanetta Bright, Crystal Copeland, Hayden Head, Tom Koob, Butch Lynn, Mike Mills, Raeanne Presley, Outdoor Recreation and Tourism Committee
Drew Beisswenger (chair), Jeanette Bair, Mark Bilyeu, Chris Brashear, DA Callaway, Andy Elder, Jane Elder, Emalee Flatness, Mary Gillihan, Molly Healey, Kyle Kellams, Kim Lansford, Cathy Marriott, Rachel Reynolds, David Scrivner, Mike Smith, Sean Spyers, Keith Symanowitz, Nick Shoulders, Dave Smith, Cindy Thomas, Music and Dance Committee
John Schmalzbauer (chair), Dorothy Berry, Rev. Hosea Bilyeu, Mara Cohen Ioaniddes, Joanna Gonzalez-Mendez, Narasimhan Rajaram, Darrin Rodgers, Pastor Susan Schmalzbauer, Religion and Spirituality Committee
Rachel Reynolds (chair), Susan Belsinger, Bo Brown, Rob Connoley, Sasha Daucus, Brad Dry, Toni Guinn, Emily Lawson, Xue Lee-Vang, Maria Christina Moroles, Kathy Phung, Kat Robinson, Marla Saeger, Morgan Shortt, Nate Walls, Rachael West, Brandon Weston, Tina Marie Wilcox, Lauren Willette, Foodways Committee
Lisa Higgins (chair), Curtis Copeland, Simone Cottrell, Nathan McAlister, Kaitlyn McConnell, Barbara Gibbs Ostmannn, Rachel Reynolds, Virginia Siegel, K. Samantha Sigmon, Craftspeople and Makers Committee
The Ozarks program is produced in partnership with Missouri State University.
The program is supported, in part, by Missouri State University, Missouri State Tourism Division, Windgate Foundation, University of Arkansas, and Committee of 100.
The program received federal support from the Latino Initiatives Pool, administered by the National Museum of the American Latino; the Asian Pacific American Initiatives Pool, administered by the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center; and the Smithsonian American Women’s History Initiative Pool.