Category: Arts & Culture
It was my honor to interview Barry Goudreau a lifelong guitarist formerly with the band Boston, His Solo Album, With Orion The Hunter, With RTZ, With Brad Delp, With Ernie and the Automatics, And currently With Barry Goudreau’s Engine Room was interviewed at The Kilburn Mill in New Bedford, MA. Hear some of Barry’s incredible stories in show business and learn about his upcoming … Read More My Interview With Barry Goudreau
I am breathing hard as my steps are pulling me forward Winding through the trees my heart races I left the path seeking adventure Always needing to explore to find the unexpected There is just so much more So many live by the rules Safe in a ritual of obsessive order Stifled by a strict regiment I ran out the door Freedom is power … Read More Born to be Free
Good Morning folks! I hope you will take the time to check out my first of many videos/songs- The Great Gig in the Sky by Pink Floyd. This will take you to my website where you can see my video and download my song for your music collection which would be a great honor to me!https://www.sarahhalefolger.com/my-music The song is also on Youtube where you … Read More My version of The Great Gig In The Sky by Pink Floyd
Hi Friends, I am thrilled to tell you I moved into a small art studio located inside the One Way Gallery in Narragansett, RI. It was amazing really, as I was simply walking by the building after having breakfast with my daughter at a restaurant nearby. I had never seen it before and walked right in to take a look. The people were nice … Read More Welcome to my studio!
Please check out my video- link below!!!!!! Introducing my art video! Hey Friends, You may have wondered what I have been up to lately. I am honing in focus wise on my art right now. I have taken many works of my mine from over the years and decided to make it available on both prints and products so that anyone may purchase it … Read More Introducing my art…
I came across a very old song I sang background vocals on after 911 took place. At the time I was singing in a band and also I did recordings for others on their CD’s. I loved the challenge of singing in different genres. John Crafton, from Soft Wind Productions invited me to sing on this song. John is a folk musician and has … Read More Sometimes I do vocal session work- here’s an example.
Recently I had the great privilege of being a guest lecturer in a philosophy class at Great Bay Community College in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. My good friend Dr. Jean Dimock, the professor who teaches this class, asked if I would be a guest lecturer and speak about how art plays a roll in the world as it is perceived philosophically. It has been … Read More How to Unblock Your Creativity!
I first discovered Philippe Lejeune by total chance. I had completed a photo shoot with John Pitocco, (www.johnpitocco.com), and some photos were taken in front of a mostly demolished building in Providence, RI. Someone on Facebook pointed out that the artwork behind my photo was created by Philippe Lejeune. So of course, fate has brought a meeting between us. (And I got the chance … Read More My first visit with Philippe Lejeune, an artist and a visionary!
This interview is the next installment in the Sarah Hale Folger Video Project. The SHF Video Project is a series of conversational interviews with extraordinary people in the arts & culture world, as well as the business world, and my goal is to bring wonderful stories of these interesting people to you. My hope is to find where the magic comes from in these … Read More My Interview with Trumpeter Doug Woolverton: Video Included
I know it has been a while since I have followed up my last blog, “So you want to be an artist?” Well, the truth is, I’ve been extraordinarily busy taking my own advise and have carved out some space for one of my own art practices. This has been very invigorating. More about that another time! In the meantime, I have been all … Read More How to become an artist, Step 2
I was the Executive Director for nearly 6 years of a non-profit arts organization. It was a membership based organization and we had anywhere from 12-16 shows per year as well as the largest fine arts festival in New England. Needless to say, I met hundreds and perhaps thousands of artists over the years. Prior to working in this non-profit, I worked for, for-profit … Read More So You Want To Be An Artist? Let’s Get Started! Step 1
This is Part 2, and the final video of my conversation with Umberto Crenca, Bert, from AS220. One thing missing from my videos of my time spent with Bert, was our conversing about his music. Bert and his wife and friends also like making music together in a group called Monkey Head. While meandering around his music studio Bert played a couple of his … Read More Part 2 of my Conversation with RI Art Icon, Umberto Crenca.