Below you'll find links to affiliated projects and connected organisations.

Set up by Fay Hield and Catherine Bannister, this new centre is supporting research into vernacular & artistic expressions of cultural & communal identities, beliefs & practices. 

This project are recruiting a volunteer team to join two Exhibition Curation Workshops and help create the Sweet Thames exhibition which will be launched on 11th February 2023 at Cecil Sharp House. 

Soundpost is a Sheffield based artist led organisation that coordinates a range of participatory events, exploring folk traditions through practical workshops, performances, debate and discussion.

Queer Folk was created to amplify the voices of LGBTQIA+ performers, foster collaborations, and encourage the building of LGBTQIA+ community within the folk, roots, and traditional music scene.

The first exhibition dedicated to the rich tapestry of folk customs found in the UK today. It will explore the central role played by costume in local & seasonal folk customs, bringing together over 40 costumes created, customised and worn by individual practitioners, many of which have never been exhibited before.

Established in 2020, The North Atlantic Song Community / Collaboration / Convention (NASC) is an inclusive international network that promotes, celebrates and supports our North Atlantic song traditions.