Scott Freeman and Kitty Amaral
2016 Folklife Apprenticeship Showcase Schedule Announced
The showcase taking place 5/15 at James Monroe’s Highland in Charlottesville, features more than great music and crafts. The event is a true feast for all the senses.
Traditional Bolivian dancers parade through the Richmond Folk Festival. Photo by Pat Jarrett/The Virginia Folklife Program
VFH Receives $126,797 Grant from NEH
VFH receives funding for “A State of Many Nations: Immigration and the Changing Face of Virginia”, a community-based project including Virginia Festival of the Book discussions, statewide public programs, and a teacher’s guide.
Brulé in concert. Additional and high-resolution photos available upon request.
Award-Winning Native American Music Group Coming to Charlottesville
VFH is delighted to present Brulé, the nationally known, award-winning Native American rock/cultural music group.
Three generations of peanut farmers, Wooten farm in Surry County. Photo courtesy of Amy Drewry and Felice Hancock.
Invisible Thread: The Story of Peanuts in Western Tidewater
VFH has awarded a series of grants to support the development of a documentary film exploring the history of peanuts.