Seventh Annual Maryland Traditions Folklife Festival
Now in its seventh year, the Maryland Traditions Folklife Festival is a free, family-friendly celebration of folklife, or those living traditions practiced by cultural communities across the state of Maryland.
Come to the Creative Alliance at the Patterson June 10 to learn Native American round dancing, hear the story of Baltimore jazz, and experience the beauty of Beijing opera, among many, many more participatory activities and performances. Check back often for updates!
Created by folklorists Elaine Eff and Rory Turner in 2001 as part of theMaryland State Arts Council's longstanding folklife program, Maryland Traditions works to identify, support, and present Maryland folklife from the Appalachian Mountains to the Chesapeake Bay.