Each year, the Concord Multicultural features a full lineup of performances, food vendors, craft vendors, artists and activities that represent more than 30 cultures from around the world, presented by folks who live and work locally.
Traditional arts and folklife are the crafts, music, stories and ways of doing things that are passed on from one generation to the next within families, communities and cultural groups of all types. Here in New Hampshire, the diversity of traditions and heritages span from Native American basket weaving to Chinese paper cutting to Russian Matryoshka Nesting Dolls to Nepali/Bhutanese tabla-playing.
The Festival features New Hampshire-based traditional artists demonstrating their craft, and a unique opportunity to interact, learn and ask questions!
Bhutanese elders demonstrate traditional weaving techniques at the Concord NH Multicultural Festival
Thank you for your interest in being a demonstrator at the 12th Annual Concord Multicultural Festival!
It is our goal to create an engaging event that brings people together to celebrate the diverse heritages that make the Greater Concord community so enriching. If you are an artist and would like to demonstrate at the Festival, please contact our Artist Coordinator, Kayla Schweitzer, for more information.
Kayla Schweitzer, Heritage & Traditional Arts Coordinator