Couldn’t make it to DC to see the Ingramettes perform at the Kennedy Center? Enjoy the video of their performance.
Sherman Holmes will be our guest on our last installment of Uncovered: From the Vault of the Virginia Folklife Program at noon on Tuesday, May 25. Sherman is a founding …
The Virginia Folklife Program at Virginia Humanities is proud to announce the 2021-2022 class of master artists and apprentices.
Semilla Cultural is one of twenty-five non-profit organizations recently awarded a Virginia Humanities grant. Based in Fredericksburg, Virginia, the grassroots organization is dedicated to preserving and sharing the traditional Afro-Puerto …
We all know that teenagers would rather die than hang out with their parents, right? Not so, says Jon Lohman. The Old Fiddlers Convention in Galax, Virginia, brings young and old together to share traditions and songs. But how are musicians faring during the pandemic?
Virginia Humanities acknowledges the Monacan Nation, the original people of the land and waters of our home in Charlottesville, Virginia.
We invite you to learn more about Indians in Virginia in our Encyclopedia Virginia.