Helping all Virginians
tell their stories
Including the story of Virginia’s slave dwellings and the families that lived in them.
This February we’re asking you to support the program you’re most passionate about!
K-12 Educator Fellowship Applications Now Open!
Learn how we’re helping Virginians connect with their history and culture.
We are currently looking for: Associate Director of Institutional Relations; Media Editor, Encyclopedia Virginia; Advancement Associate; and Manager, Virginia Festival of the Book.
We aim to share the stories of all Virginians—or, better yet, help people share their own stories.
We create opportunities for civic dialogue and the exchange of ideas.
We want all Virginians to connect with their history and culture.
We’re helping Virginians understand our past so we can better shape our future.
News and Events
We’re pleased to share a second round of 2023 Virginia Festival of the Book panels with you. And just in case you missed it, here’s what we have announced so …
Join Andrea Beatriz Arango, author of Iveliz Explains It All, and Meg Medina, the New York Times bestselling author of Merci Suárez Plays It Cool on Saturday, March 25th at 12:30.
We’re excited to announce the launch of a new website that hosts our K-12 Educator Fellows’ completed work. Our goal is for the website to serve as a hub for humanities instructors looking to strengthen their classroom learning experiences.
In this impact story, learn how Virginia Folklife mentor and apprentice artists Susan Gaeta and Gina Sobel are infusing traditional Sephardic music with new influences.