Digital Folk conference – registration now open!

We are delighted to announce that registration is now open for the Digital Folk conference (19 April 2017) at the University of Sheffield! We’re currently in the midst of putting together a really exciting programme of speakers and panels, so this is one not to miss..   Places are limited so please visit our Eventbrite page […]

Digital Folk one-day conference: invitations for submissions now open!

We’re very excited to announce that our Digital Folk One-Day Conference will take place next year at the University of Sheffield, on 19th April 2017. This represents a fantastic opportunity to meet and share ideas with colleagues from all over the world and to debate some of the issues the can arise when folk and traditional arts […]

Digital Folk welcomes new Research Associate, Dr Lucy Wright!

The Digital Folk project is pleased to welcome Dr Lucy Wright in her new role as Research Associate. Lucy completed her PhD in 2014, exploring contemporary folk performance and place-making in the Northwest of England. In particular, she is interested in the performance legacies of the ‘town carnival movement’ in the North of England, and works […]