Programs and Projects

Arts in the Parks puts Oregon’s traditional artists in contact with public park-goers on Saturdays in June.

Hooks, Yarn, and Bars was an innovative fiber arts workshop for incarcerated men, implemented by a University of Oregon grad student.

Native Language Arts Apprenticeship Program
, in collaboration with the Confederated Tribes of Grande Ronde, pairs the Chinook Wawa language revitalization program with traditional basketry practice.

The Statewide Folklife Survey is an exciting fieldwork project sponsored and coordinated by the Oregon Folklife Network.

Telling Our Stories is an interactive self-documentation project for communities and individuals in Oregon. It is a collaboration between OFN and University of Oregon faculty.

Traditional Arts Apprenticeship Program (TAAP) funds master traditional artists to take an apprentice for year.

The Warm Springs Sound Archives Project
is an ongoing collaboration between OFN and the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs.