Woodstock archivists working with local organizers to gather stories about iconic music festival
The Museum at Bethel Woods, which is commemorating the Woodstock music festival, is working on a new project to catalog the experiences of individual Woodstock attendees.
Organizers will be coming to Columbus and working with local organizers from ComFest to find and gather these stories about the festival.
The museum is recognizing that ComFest thrives in the legacy of Woodstock and its importance to Columbus culture.
- Neal Hitch, Museum Director/Curator at Museum at Bethel Woods
- Jack Via, Woodstock attendee
- Jeremy Wallach, professor at the Bowling Green State University Department of Popular Culture
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