America is filled with local history museums, town libraries, and regional art museums containing some of the finest examples of early American portraiture
For generations of Virginia musicians, dulcimer (or dulcimore) has described a family of instruments with three characteristics
As part of their Photography + series, the Art Institute of Chicago is examining the influence of photography and folk art on American culture in the Depression years by bringing together FSA images and folk artifacts emblematic of those painted for the Index.
A classic example of regional folk craft, Taghkanic baskets have been woven in a small corner of the Hudson River valley since the mid-eighteenth century.
The Delaware Antiques Show is in full swing at the Chase Center on the Riverfront in Wilmington, Delaware, where it runs through Sunday.
The want for space is now being addressed at the museum’s main exhibition site at 2 Lincoln Square in Manhattan, with the inauguration of new “gallery”
New scholarship offers insights into the life of the elusive early American artist Mary B. Tucker
The American Folk Art Museum shows off a recent gift of quilts
Once we abandoned the benign condescension about folk art several decades ago, it became possible to see the field for what it really is: a perpetual boundary breaker.
A new exhibition at the American Folk Art Museum explores the relationship between commerce and folk art in old New York