TAUNYTraditional Arts in Upstate New York
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TAUNY's Heritage Awards Collection is a new addition to New York Heritage.
Besides fieldwork by Bethke and folklorists at TAUNY, articles about the boulder have appeared occasionally in local newspapers, magazines, and books.
On our local level, folklorists are involved in the selection and documentation of nominated sites for TAUNY's Register of Very Special Places (RVSP).
As scholar Kent Ryden puts it: "The meaning of a place for the people who live there is expressed by the stories that they tell about it, about the elements that comprise it, and about the events that took place within its bounds." (TAUNY 2012a)
At the July 2008 meeting of the TAUNY board of directors, Sunday Rock was added to the RVSP.
In the publicity provided about the RVSP, available to local communities in the North Country, TAUNY includes several benefits to getting a site on our register: a profile on the RVSP website, copies of all the documentation for appropriate repositories in the community and the TAUNY Archives, and an attractive RVSP slate marker for the site.
Frankly, I now believe that being more emphatic about the folkloric elements to the Sunday Rock story in the nomination from Thomas might have been something TAUNY could have helped with, especially if it was proposed as a TCP.
The songbook, Songs to Keep: Traditional Adirondack North Country Songs, is a project directed by TAUNY folklorist Hannah Harvester.
The documentary beautifully illustrates how it is a model for TAUNY's effort to "get the lore back to the folk" in upstate New York.
For a program managed by the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress (the Archie Green Fellowship), TAUNY (Traditional Arts in Upstate New York) was awarded a grant to document, with oral histories and photography, changes that have occurred in work on dairy farms in northern New York in the last few decades.
Chittenden is professor emeritus of humanities at the State University of New York in Canton and Director of Special Projects for Traditional Arts in Upstate New York (TAUNY).
Chittenden is professor emeritus of humanities at the State University of New York in Canton and the TAUNY Center project director for Traditional Arts in Upstate New York.