Learn the ins-and-outs of making comics from primary source historical materials. Sponsored by UVM Special Collections and presented as a part of the Pulp Culture Comic Arts Festival and Symposium. Taught by NH cartoonist, Marek Bennett.
Join us for Día de Muertos (Day of the Dead) 6pm-9pm, November 1, 2017 at 88 Main Street in Middlebury, VT. An offrenda (altar), food, live memorial storytelling and an exhibit featuring comics from the El viaje mas caro/Most Costly Journey project.
The full-day workshop will cover proposal writing, producing a trailer or sizzle reel, planning your production, and some basics on visual storytelling. Come with a pre-planned project or story, or feel free learn the basics and find your story out in the world after the workshop.
The Documentary Production workshop will introduce participants to approaches to filming interviews, recording professional-quality audio, using different camera techniques, gathering b-roll, doing archival research, and shooting to edit.
Staged as a part of the Pulp Culture Comic Arts Festival and Symposium, Green Mountain Pulp is an exhibit featuring Vermont cartoonists, comics set in Vermont, and the work of our three Pulp Culture keynote presenters: Alison Bechdel, Joe Sacco and Art Spiegelman. On display at the Bailey/Howe Library at UVM through March 11.
For nearly fifty years, Ethan Hubbard drove the back roads of rural Vermont in search of old-time Vermonters. In barns and fields, from forest walks to kitchen tables, Ethan’s photographic portraits and audio recordings transport us to rural Vermont and to the moments he shared with the people he met there. Live Storytelling Event 10/27 6-7:30PM
On Saturday, September 23 and Sunday, September 24 Kathleen and Andy brought the Vermont Traditional Arts Apprenticeship Program on the road to the Champlain Mini Maker Faire at Shelburne Farms.
Vision & Voice Gallery Program director, Ned Castle, joins Len Rowell for a conversation about storytelling in the context of the Vermont Folklife Center's exhibition program.
It's sugaring time! Megan and Dan MacArthur bring us a classic Vermont song of the season, Maple Sweet - recorded at the MacArthur House by artist-in-residence, Matthew Shelley.
Ethnographer, filmmaker and photographer Myles Jewell joined the staff of the VFC's Education program in 2015 where he took on the role of Education Outreach and Media Instructor. Myles's experience as a videographer and educator quickly put him at the center or our work in schools.
In the 2016-2017 school year to date, the Vermont Folklife Center’s Discovering Community program has worked with 600 students in 13 schools around the state. The projects we’ve been part of have ranged from spoken-word performance about Hurricane Irene, to the documentation of a mock election, to stop-motion videos and community documentaries.
A donation of 19th century diaries from the Flint family of Braintree, VT adds depth to field recordings that are already part of our archives.
The Vermont Folklife Center is pleased to announce a new partnership with Vermont Public Radio, which will feature monthly four-minute stories produced by the Center for broadcast on VPR’s daily news program, Vermont Edition.
Through time spent with people learning about their experiences, on the border, and across the country in barbershops, bookstores, laundromats, and at jobs at newspapers and farms and schools, I have been constantly reminded that we all have a story to tell and that we form connections wherever we are, whatever our differences, and that seeking and sharing our stories helps us understand and build relationships and community.
The theme for this year's annual Gingerbread House Exhibit and Competition is A Christmas Carol: Revisiting the English Tradition of Ghost Stories During the Holidays. Some of you have no doubt been wondering: what the heck do ghost stories have to do with the winter holidays?
Photos by Macaulay Lerman from Boardman Hill Farm in West Rutland, VT.
River Walk with Chris Triebert is a 9 minute meditative film documenting Triebert's creative process and exploring the Rock River, which inspired the creation of the GEOMORPH exhibit.
SIX HOURS INTO ONE MINUTE: Watch artist Chris Triebert as she installs the signature piece of her current exhibition at the Vermont Folklife Center's Vision & Voice Gallery—GEOMORPH / Things Change and They Change Again.
Tom Boucher, co-founder of renewable energy entities Sustainable-AG Services Co., Green Mountain Energy, and NativeEnergy, Inc., describes how Native Energy helped Greensburg, Kansas, rebuild as the greenest town in the U.S.
Visit Peoples Academy in Morrisville, VT as a part of our “Stories on the Road to Proficiency” series -films to explore, spark dialogue, and further understanding about the implementation of proficiency-based learning.
Visit Champlain Valley Union HS in Hinesburg, VT as a part of our “Stories on the Road to Proficiency” series -films to explore, spark dialogue, and further understanding about the implementation of proficiency-based learning.
Visit Harwood Union HS in Duxbury, VT as a part of our “Stories on the Road to Proficiency” series -films to explore, spark dialogue, and further understanding about the implementation of proficiency-based learning.
Visit Bellows Free Academy in St. Albans as a part of our “Stories on the Road to Proficiency” series -films to explore, spark dialogue, and further understanding about the implementation of proficiency-based learning.
Film trailer for “Stories on the Road to Proficiency” a compendium of films to explore, spark dialogue, and further understanding about the implementation of proficiency-based learning.
The Growing Food, Growing Farmers audio series focuses on agricultural activity - and agricultural revival - in Rutland County from the perspectives of the farmers themselves.