Folklife traditions—including dance performances, traditional music, and multimedia storytelling—were highlighted in The Mitzi and Warren Eisenberg Gallery, through public programs and video, audio recordings, and documentary photographs. Los Herederos, a media arts non-profit organization, showcased The Sonicycle, a mobile audio-visual unit that engages communities in sharing stories, music, and cultural traditions. This interactive digital caravan is fully outfitted with a DJ turntable, speakers, audio players, a projector, and recording equipment. Los Herederos used The Sonicyle to record stories from artists, performers, and community members in a public event at the Art Center on Saturday, February 11. They produced a short audio documentary reel composed of oral histories, local soundscapes, and musical performances collected by folklorist Naomi Sturm-Wijesinghe and Los Herederos. Also on view were aspects of the folklife research including an installation of documentary photographs printed on textiles.