National Folk Organization publications, approximately 1989-2007
Scope and Contents
This series contains the National Folk Organization's publications, publication order forms, and records form archives and libraries regarding Folk-related materials. The publications are articles submitted by board members and NFO members about folk dancing techniques, organizational tips, how to put on a folk dance conference, and other miscellaneous topics. There are records of various archives and libraries, detail what resources are available, what type of media they are, and content. Dates range approximately from 1989-2007.
- Publication: approximately 1989-2007
- National Folk Organization (Organization)
Conditions Governing Access
Open for public research.
Conditions Governing Use
It is the responsibility of the researcher to obtain any necessary copyright clearances. Permission to publish material from the National Folk Organization records must be obtained from the Supervisor of Reference Services and/or the L. Tom Perry Special Collections Board of Curators.
The National Folk Organization (1986- ) is committed to the preservation and promotion of the folk art traditions.
Vytautas F. Beliajus, Mary Bee Jensen, George Frandsen, and L. DeWayne Young founded the National Folk Organization (NFO) in 1986 to provide information and opportunities in the folk arts around the United States.
Many of its members include persons involved in dance ensembles, institutions, music groups, choreographers, teachers, and foundations, as well as community ethnic festivals, and international festivals that host folk ensembles from around the world.
The NFO holds annual conferences to promote activities of those involved, and continues to unite individuals and organizations that support folk arts.
Language of Materials
This material mantains original order.