Founded in 1888, the AFS publishes the quartlerly Journal of American Folklore and works to further the discipline of folklore studies, to improve the professional well-being of its members, and to increase the respect given to diverse cultures and their traditions.
Furthering the understanding, appreciation, and performance of traditional folk music and folklore, the FSGW sponsors over 200 events in the DC area each year, including festivals, concerts, dances, and swaps; the site also includes a lenthy list of folk music links.
Dedicated to the collection and preservation of the traditional and contemporary folk culture, folklife, ad folklore of the people of British Columbia, Canada.
Specializing in the presentation of traditional Greek Folk Dancing and Costume.
Information about the Society, its publications and programs, forums and conferences, plus links to other folklore and related resources.
Founded in 1913, the NCFS promotes the appreciation and study of North Carolina's folklife.
Current schedule of folk music concerts sponsored by the Seattle Folklore Society, Washington State
Founded in 1878, the Folklore Society maintains offices at the Warburg Institute and archives in the DMS Watson Science Library at University College London, with reference and lending facilities; publishes low-cost library booklets, academic works, and the peer-reviewed journal Folklore; and holds a number of lectures and social events each year.
Non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to the celebration of Folk Arts, particularly music and dance.
Non-profit organization founded in 1913 and dedicated to the discovery, collection, publication, and preservation of folklore and traditional culture in Virginia and to furthering the understanding, appreciation, and performance of traditional arts and crafts of the State.