ETHNOGRAPHY AND CULTURAL SUSTAINABILITY WORKSHOP
On Friday, July 13, 2012, in a day-long workshop at the Vermont Folklife Center folklorists Gregory Sharrow and Andy Kolovos will outline an ethnographic approach to drawing out the keepers of community knowledge and capturing the important stories of everyday life.
This and other workshops in the Vermont Folklife Center’s cultural sustainability series draws on the organization’s twenty-eight year experience with ethnographic field research and documentary production. Enrollment is limited to 15 participants and the registration deadline is July 10.
Registration forms and tuition information are available on line at http://www.vermontfolklifecenter.org/education/cultural-sustainability/ or by calling (802) 388-4964. All classes are held in the Vision & Voice Documentary Workspace in the Vermont Folklife Center headquarters at 88 Main Street in downtown Middlebury.