2010 Festival Video
The Washington Toho Koto Society, a non-profit organization based in Washington, DC, promotes the understanding and appreciation of Japanese kotoRead More
Punjabi Americans and Sikhs performing Bhangra/Giddha dance which was part of presentations by Guru Gobind Singh Foundation to create awarenessRead More
Rebecca Andina was born in Korea in the seventies and adopted by an American family. She discusses growing up AsianRead More
The Alice Gu-Zheng Ensemble, a nonprofit organization, performs with the gu-zheng (Chinese zither).
The religious life of the Wixárika people is tied to both the agricultural calendar and to mystical practices. Here, AlejandroRead More
Introduction to the 2010 Smithsonian Folklife Festival and overview of Festival history.
Charles Poe and David Royle, executives for the Smithsonian Channel, allow a Festival audience inside their new production on theRead More
Mongolian Americans demonstrated aspects of the traditional three-day Naadam Festival during the 2010 Smithsonian Folklife Festival. The celebration includes competitionsRead More
Kwon Myoung-Won is a Korean American calligrapher. Kwon demonstrated his skills by creating a 150-foot-long scroll.
Grupo de Fandango de Artesa Los Quilamos come from the southern coastal region of Oaxaca. The music and dance theyRead More