Western New York
A photo essay set in Buffalo, New York
Hog-Rassle: Impromptu Behavior at Old-Time Square Dances
Dance historian and ethnomusicologist, James Kimball, examines the term, “Hog Rassle,” as it refers to an unruly and energetic square dance.
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.
Telescope Houses in Buffalo
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.
ALN8BAL8MO: A Native Voice
The author provides a portrait of John N.B. Hewitt, who helped to preserve Tuscarora language and oral traditions.
The author reflects on his cross-cultural Scottish and Sicilian family in text and paintings.