The Itinerant FOLK Nation
Aired On: Jun 12, 2014
Sara Terry’s lecture includes photos, clips and anecdotes about the three talented singer-songwriters in her documentary FOLK. She also discusses her adventures in the "itinerant folk nation."
Sara Terry began making documentaries after a long, award-winning career in journalism and photojournalism. She has spent three years documenting the sub-culture of the American folk scene for her feature-length documentary FOLK.
A 2012 Guggenheim Fellow in Photography, Terry’s work has premiered at SXSW, won several awards at festivals and been broadcast on...
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