In the media
Wills Wild Herbs in the Press
- An interview with Will Endres by The Center for Documentary Studies, Durham NC.
- Sean in the Carrboro Citizen on Calamus Root
- Will co-starred with John Blackfeather Jeffries of the Occaneechi tribe in an interview for Refresh Everything grant applicant, Laurie Magoon.
ON THE AIR
Learn on the go with radio shows and podcasts featuring Will
DOCUMENTARY pHOTOGRAPHY IN THE SMITHSONIAN
Will's photographs of his cherished teacher of 28 years, Clarence Frederick Gray ("Catfish, Man of the Woods") are featured in the Permanent collection of the Smithsonian Museum of American Art. The works - seen below - were photographed and compiled for the book "Appalachia: A self portrait". The book was created by the Mountain Photography Workshop, which Will was a part of, and funded by a grant from The National Endowment For The Arts. It was published by Appalshop. You can find used copies of the book online for a reasonable price.
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