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Iconography at Saint Sophia Greek Orthodox Church in Albany, New Yok by Efthimios Altin Stoja. Efthimios began working at Saint Sophia Church in 2006 

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New York Folklore
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Material Culture

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Doug Bathke carving a sign for the Hall of Honors at North Tonawanda High School, in North Tonawanda, New York: a city with a long history and association with lumber.

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After moving to the United States, Ray Amato, Sr. started shoeing at the racetrack in 1940. Ray Amato is a second generation farrier, or horse-shoer, as he is known in the parlance of the thoroughbred racetrack. 

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New York Folklore
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Occupation

This is a photograph of Suzanne Hesselson, posing with freshly baked crumb buns.

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Foodways

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Folklorist Maria Kennedy interviews Marty Morris and Diane Richards about their Cider Pressing in the Finger Lakes National Forest

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Foodways

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Occupation

Video tour of Staten Island neighborhood of Port Richmond by young traditional dancer originally from Mexico.

The St. Joseph's Day Table is a primarily Italian American tradition that honors the saint on his feast day, March 19. It recalls the answer to prayers for rain from drought-stricken faithful in Sicily in the Middle Ages, and their subsequent offering of a meal for travelers, strangers, the poor and the entire community in thanksgiving. This slideshow gives a sampling of the food traditions associated with the holiday, their symbolism and current practice in western New York.

Community: 
GO Art
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Ritual

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Foodways

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Amidst COVID-19, many arts practices, including performances, workshops, lessons, and discussions, have moved online. This is a resource for artists and consultants who wish to livestream practices. It also calls to attention the process of tradition and traditional arts as practices move from in-person to digital spaces.  

Community: 
City Lore
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Material Culture

Simon Shaheen discusses the Oud and performs the Rahbani Brothers song "La Enta Habibi"  with Hanna Mirhige on darbuka and tambourine.

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Music

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İpek Saraçoğlu creating the gel-git (comes-goes) pattern in a new ebru.

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Material Culture

Simon Shaheen and Hanna Mirhige perform Near Eastern Traditional Music at the Bay Ridge Public Library as part of the 1989 Brooklyn Folk Arts and Artists Series. 

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Music

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Photograph of mural installation by Erwin Printup Jr., for an exhibit on Haudenosaunee beadwork at the Castellani Art Museum in Spring 2016

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Verbal Arts

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Photograph of mural installation by Erwin Printup Jr., for an exhibit on Haudenosaunee beadwork at the Castellani Art Museum in Spring 2016

Traditions: 

Verbal Arts

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Material Culture

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