Toby Padilla playing percussion drums on stage
A man playing Rocque stands on a flat sand course, preparing to strike a ball with a small mallet
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OUR MISSION

New York Folklore (NYF) works to nurture traditional arts and culture in New York State through education, support, and outreach.

 

 

EXHIBITIONS

2018 Annual Meeting of the American Folklore Society

Mary Michael Shelley – Retrospective Exhibit

Hand Carved and Painted Artwork

When: Friday, October 4th, 2019 through early January, 2020.

Where: New York Folklore Shop & Gallery, 129 Jay Street, Schenectady NY

 

2018 Annual Meeting of the American Folklore Society

Water/Ways Exhibits

Locations vary over the year. Click for more information.

 

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2 weeks ago

New York Folklore

In partnership with La Troupe Makandal and New York Folklore, our upcoming Folk Arts Society meeting welcomes Greg Shatan, attorney and partner in Moses & Singer's Intellectual Property group and a member of the Internet & Technology practice, to discuss Copyright and the Folk and Traditional Arts. Mr. Shatan will address questions on ownership, copyright registration, permissions, and how the law might impact traditional artists in the publishing and internet realms.

Brooklyn Arts Council's Folk Arts Society is an open forum for folk and traditional arts practitioners to discuss issues related to the preservation, promotion, and practice of their craft. Meetings are held "in the round" and are open to the community - no podiums or microphones, only a circle of ideas. Come learn with us!
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2 weeks ago

New York Folklore

In partnership with La Troupe Makandal and New York Folklore, our upcoming Folk Arts Society meeting welcomes Greg Shatan, attorney and partner in Moses & Singer's Intellectual Property group and a member of the Internet & Technology practice, to discuss Copyright and the Folk and Traditional Arts. Mr. Shatan will address questions on ownership, copyright registration, permissions, and how the law might impact traditional artists in the publishing and internet realms.

Brooklyn Arts Council's Folk Arts Society is an open forum for folk and traditional arts practitioners to discuss issues related to the preservation, promotion, and practice of their craft. Meetings are held "in the round" and are open to the community - no podiums or microphones, only a circle of ideas. Come learn with us!
... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

New York Folklore

In partnership with La Troupe Makandal and New York Folklore, our upcoming Folk Arts Society meeting welcomes Greg Shatan, attorney and partner in Moses & Singer's Intellectual Property group and a member of the Internet & Technology practice, to discuss Copyright and the Folk and Traditional Arts. ... See MoreSee Less

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Sorry folks, our livestream failed. However, full video with presentation of Mr. Shatan's presentation will be available shortly after 5pm. Thanks for your patience!

Is this taking place in a public forum as well? Sounds really interesting!

Ellen, please say hi to Greg from me!

Andrew Colwell do you know this organization ?

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