The Vermont Folklife Center maintains various media through fieldwork projects, exhibits, and its programs. Our media are intended to help preserve Vermont's cultural traditions and showcase the people who do so.
Hunting is as fundamental to Vermont's cultural heritage as dairy farming, and its lineage reaches back beyond the arrival of the first European settlers.
In this Peabody Award winning (1990) documentary series, Daisy Turner of Grafton, Vermont recounts family stories from her life and the life of her father, Alec who was born a slave on a Viginia plantation.
The Prisoners of War: A Story of Four American Soldiers audio documentary was produced by independent radio producer, Erica Heilman, and Vermont Folklife Center Folklorist, Gregory L. Sharrow.
Womenspeak: Voices of Vermont Women was developed by The Vermont Folklife Center for the 2006 Vermont History Expo as a part of the Vermont Women's History Project.
A short documentary film about the North Branch School in Ripton, VT - collaboratively produced by students, teachers, staff, and Vemont Folklife Cenrter ethnographer, Ned Castle.
UP for Learning and its collaborators provide a road map for building meaningful working partnerships between youth and adults – enabling them to take on the challenges and opportunities of improving their own schools across Vermont.
Vermont Foklife Center's Artist Medium series explores the work of Bristol, Vermont-based artist, Anne Cady.
Vermont Foklife Center's Artist Medium series explores the work of Bristol, Vermont-based artist, Rory Jackson.
Vermont Foklife Center's Artist Medium series follows painter, TJ Cunningham, on a plein air painting trip across Lake Champlain and into the Adirondacks.
Vermont Foklife Center's Artist Medium series follows sculptor, David Wade, as he moves raw material from quarry, to studio, to finished piece.