Posted by: Philip Carr-Gomm | April 20, 2013

The Museum of British Folklore

www.museumofbritishfolklore.com
St.George's Day 2010. Photo Garry Knight

St.George’s Day 2010. Photo Garry Knight

OMG! Folklore studies come of age. Have a look at this:

Also see ‘Rites & Rituals’: a great movie with archive footage: A unique film short capturing three decades of British folkloric traditions, edited by Ruth Hogben from documentary footage captured by filmmaker and curator Doc Rowe: showstudio.com/project/britannica/rites_rituals

An interview outside the Museum’s traveling show – the caravan: showstudio.com/project/britannica/interview


Responses

  1. That whole video made me quite emotional actually! Wonderful wonderful stuff!

  2. Y.e.s.! Inspiring, and it is good to see how this project turned out!

  3. Hello, I think your site might be having browser compatibility issues. When I look at your blog in Safari, it looks fine but when opening in Internet Explorer, it has some overlapping. I just wanted to give you a quick heads up! Other then that, excellent blog!

    • Thanks! Will check that – but it’s a WordPress site so not sure I can do much on this!

  4. Very exciting to watch!

  5. So beautiful. Thanks for blogging this. I will be sharing it around, too!

  6. […] h/t Philip Carr Gomm […]


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