Voices Journal Volume 2018: 1-4
Edited by Todd DeGarmo
Articles In This Volume
A Telling Image: Bridging Folk and Fine Art Visitor Repertoires in Exhibit Design through Contemporary Murals in Folk Arts Contexts
A museum curator and folklorist, Edward Y Millar explores exhibit design and interpretation in this essay.
About "Sunny's Bar" in the Red Hook neighborhood of Brooklyn.
A portrait of the Catholic Feast of Saint Joseph in western New York State, including what are the elements of a St. Joseph's Table, and its connections to place, memory, and family.
A photo essay set in Buffalo, New York
Portraits of Long Island decoy carvers and hunters.
Good Read: "The Electricfying Fall of Rainbow City: Spectacle and Assassination at the 1901 World's Fair"
A review of the book by Margaret Creighton.
Interviews with and profiles of Haudenosaunee artists involved in public sector folklore programs at the Explore & More Children's Museum, Buffalo.
Dance historian and ethnomusicologist, James Kimball, examines the term, "Hog Rassle," as it refers to an unruly and energetic square dance.
Ethnomusicologist, Sydney Hutchinson, reports on a fieldwork based course at Syracuse University that engaged students with the city's diverse tradition bearers.
In his column, Steve Zeitlin explores the relationship between friends, a death, and a service tree in the New York Botanical Garden.
Spiedies, Grape Pies, and Garbage Plates (Oh MY!): A Serious Look at Upstate New York's Silly-Sounding Foods
Spiedies, Grape Pies, and Garbage Plates are three unique foodways traditions chronocled by the author.
A photo essay about Buffalo's Telescope Houses that were built as worker cottages by German and Polish immigrants, or the companies that employed them.
Donnelly Beach in Minerva, NY, with a look at its origins.
An essay by Ted McGraw about his ongoing radio show, and the resulting collection of Irish music - one of the largest private collections of Irish music in the world.