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Oregon's Folk & Traditional Arts Program

OFN is pleased to welcome Joseph O'Connell will be working in Eastern Oregon to identify folk and traditional artists. He wil be documenting folk artisst in Wallowa, Grant, and Wheeler counties in April and May.
  • When Nov 24, 2017 06:00 AM to May 06, 2016 11:00 AM (US/Pacific / UTC-800)
  • Contact Name
  • Contact Phone 541-346-3820
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To Provide OFN with contact information for these tradition, please contact Riki Saltzman (riki@uoregon.edu), or 

Emily West Afanador (eafanado@uoregon.edu) or phone

541-346-3820.

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The Oregon Folklife Network makes a meaningful difference in Oregon communities and Tribes by documenting, supporting and celebrating our diverse cultural traditions and by empowering our tradition-bearers. The OFN conducts folklife fieldwork and sponsors statewide activities to increase public awareness of the significance of living cultural heritage.