Art of the Ordinary - Folk Archiving, Art and Living Memory

Grainne Loughran, Jane Speller, Sandy Fitzgerald

    Research output: Other contribution

    Abstract

    A programme of events examining the nature of folk and art, through the presentation of selected works by contemporary visual artists who use folk material in their work or whose work already occupies borderlines between definitions of 'art' and definitions of 'folk'.
    LanguageEnglish
    TypeIn 2007 CityArts, Dublin and Interface, University of Ulster, Belfast worked in partnership to develop The Folk Archive project. The purpose of the project was to consider issues of cultural ‘ownership’, the means by which material is defined as ‘fol...
    Publication statusPublished - 2008

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    Keywords

    • archiving
    • folk
    • art
    • living memory
    • folk art
    • cultural ownership

    Cite this

    Loughran, G., Speller, J., & Fitzgerald, S. (2008). Art of the Ordinary - Folk Archiving, Art and Living Memory.
    Loughran, Grainne ; Speller, Jane ; Fitzgerald, Sandy. / Art of the Ordinary - Folk Archiving, Art and Living Memory. 2008.
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    Research output: Other contribution

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