Intro to Audio Storytelling: Editing Basics (Brattleboro)
Nov
16
9:30 AM09:30

Intro to Audio Storytelling: Editing Basics (Brattleboro)

Do you have an audio storytelling project in mind but don’t quite know where to begin or how to proceed? The Vermont Folklife Center is offering a 3-part workshop series in Brattleboro, which will present an Introduction to Audio Storytelling. Take all three or just the one that you need the most. Offered in partnership with The Brattleboro Words Project through the generous support of The Friends of Brooks Memorial Library.

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Oral History: An Introduction (Burlington)
Nov
23
10:00 AM10:00

Oral History: An Introduction (Burlington)

The Generator Makerspace hosts the VFC for this workshop presenting the theories and methods that inform oral history research with practical, hands-on training in oral history interview techniques. Led by Andy Kolovos, this workshop will help participants develop a plan for an oral history research project and will offer a forum for brainstorming ideas for public outreach based on interview findings.

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2019 Gingerbread Competition and Exhibit
Dec
5
10:00 AM10:00

2019 Gingerbread Competition and Exhibit

Gingerbread time is here again! Download your registration forms here! The theme this year is “Christmas at Hogwarts Castle.” Participation in the theme is voluntary. Your own original designs are always welcome, but there is an additional prize awarded for “Best of Theme.” Visitors to the exhibit are invited to vote for their favorite entry to receive the “People’s Choice” award.

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Storytelling for Community-Based Projects (Burlington)
Dec
7
10:00 AM10:00

Storytelling for Community-Based Projects (Burlington)

This workshop presented at The Generator maker-space in Burlington offers tools and methods for developing collaborative projects centered in community-based research, documentary or storytelling mediums. Open to all including students, community members, socially-engaged artists and staff of organizations doing cultural, community, and social-service work.

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Listening Party — Come and Listen (Brattleboro)
Mar
4
7:00 PM19:00

Listening Party — Come and Listen (Brattleboro)

Join VT Untapped producer Mary Wesley & archivist Andy Kolovos for Come and Listen, a live, interactive “listening party” featuring audio from the VT Folklife archive at the Brooks Memorial Library in Brattleboro, VT. Part of the First Wednesdays program of the Vermont Humanities Council. Underwritten by the Peter Gilbert Endowment Fund.

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Intro to Audio Storytelling: Interviewing & Recording (Brattleboro)
Nov
2
10:00 AM10:00

Intro to Audio Storytelling: Interviewing & Recording (Brattleboro)

Do you have an audio storytelling project in mind but don’t quite know where to begin or how to proceed? The Vermont Folklife Center is offering a 3-part workshop series in Brattleboro, which will present an Introduction to Audio Storytelling. Take all three or just the one that you need the most. Offered in partnership with The Brattleboro Words Project through the generous support of The Friends of Brooks Memorial Library.

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Discovering Community Summer Institute 2019
Aug
12
to Aug 15

Discovering Community Summer Institute 2019

  • Fairbanks Museum & Planetarium (map)
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The Vermont Folklife Center’s "Discovering Community Summer Institute" brings together educators from across the state for a four-day intensive exploring digital storytelling, media making, ethnography and community based research. August 12-15, 2019 at The Fairbanks Museum in St. Johnsbury, VT.

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Recording Audio for Oral History and Ethnography
Oct
5
10:00 AM10:00

Recording Audio for Oral History and Ethnography

Intended for students, community members, staff members of non-profit cultural, community and social-service agencies, as well as professional researchers interested in learning more about audio recording options, this class will provide a basic introduction to the use of contemporary digital audio recording equipment in the context of ethnographic and oral history interviews.

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