Irish flute player, Joanie Madden is named a 2021 National Heritage Fellow by the National Endowment for the Arts.
Fr. Saba Shofany and the Faithway of Iconography
The training and technicques of Byzantine iconographer, Fr. Abouna Saba Shofany are described.
Poetry of Everyday Life
The Fulton Fish Market in New York, as seen through the eyes of painter, Naima Rauam.
“What We Bring: New Immigrant Gifts”A Commemoration of 50 Years of Immigration Reform
A description and discussion of “What We Bring: New Immigrant Gifts,” an exhibition by City Lore of New York City, seeking to articulate some of the voices and cultural experiences representing modern immigration to the United States.
“What We Bring: New Immigrant Gifts”Artists from New York City’s Immigrant Communities presented by City Lore
A photo essay portraying the artists and portraits in the Exhibition, “What We Bring: New Immigrant Gifts.”
What We Bring: Storytelling, Theater, and the Traditional Arts
Accompanying the exhibition, “What We Bring: New Immigrant Gifts,” were several performances by New York City artists. This essay details the performances and their connection to the City Lore exhibition.
In Memoriam: Jack H. Leadley, Sr. (1927 – 2018)
Photo essay dedicated to Adirondack craftsperson Jack Leadley
“The Golden Arm”: Collecting and Performing the Folktale
Tim Jennings, a storyteller of folktales, provides insights into a tale and how he presents it.
Analysis and Intuition: Reflections on the Mystic Union of Measure and Abandon in the Art of Figure Drawing
An essay regarding the educational training of artists to engage students in both analytical and intuitive mental faculties.
A Report from an Embroiderers’ Gathering
This is a report from a Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation grant funded project that was a collaboration between textile artists and folklorists in New York and Pennsylvania.