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About the IFOTM Archive

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The Fiddler’s Picnic has been an annual event in Iowa City for over 35 years. The festival has been video taped and photographed by both enthusiastic amateurs and professionals for the entire time of its existence. The Board of the IFOTM is dedicated to preserving in a formal archival such memorabilia as can be collected by the group and making these materials available to musicians, historians, and the general public. Donations of actual photographs or scanned images, video tapes, audio tapes, etc. are being solicited by IFOTM to form the archive. If you have images taken at the picnic or have images or recordings of eastern Iowa folk musicians, please consider donating them to the archive. You can donate them outright or allow us to borrow them long enough to scan them for inclusion in the digital portion of the archive. Materials will be returned promptly. Photographs of relatives who played fiddle or banjo, even if they did not attend IFOTM events, as well as old audio and video field recordings are considered especially valuable to the archive.

Contact daveh@fiddlerspicnic.org.

Fun Fact

Rowan Haverkamp (above) performing onstage at the 2004 Fiddler's Picnic. This image was used for the 2008 Fiddler's Picnic promotional materials.

 

 

 

 

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