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  • Posted on Fri Oct 18, 2013
     Please find our audio recording of the proceedings from the Polka Symposium Schulenburg, TX 2014 here. Purchase tickets at OuthouseTickets.com HERETickets will also be available at the door at Sengelmann Hall  Texas Dance Hall Preservation, Inc. and Texas Folklife announce their partnership to produce the Texas Polka Festival & Symposium to be held in Schulenburg on...
  • Posted on Thu Oct 3, 2013
     POSTPONED - Due to inclement weather, the Elisabet Ney Museum has postponed The Polkapocalypse to a later date. The festival was scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 23 from noon to 5 p.m. Despite the warm hearts and bright smiles that an outdoor Polka festival would create, Saturday’s forecasted high of 45 with a 40% chance of rain simply was too daunting to overcome. A new date will be...
  • Posted on Mon Nov 7, 2011
    Texas Folklife presents its newest apprenticeship project in West African dance at Houston Community College’s"Movement Evolution: New Traditions in World Dance"Texas Folklife and the World Dance Program at Houston Community College (HCC) announce a not-to-be-missed night of authentic, regional dance performance from Côte d’Ivoire, West Africa featuring three artists taking part in its...
  • Posted on Thu Oct 7, 2010
    For a greater understanding about how the Bharata Natyam dance ties into ancient South Indian temple traditions,  Join us on December 4th and 5th at Helm Fine Arts Center (6500 St. Stephen’s Dr, Austin, TX) for a 4pm performance along with a short documentary screening of A Day in the Life of the Chennakeshava Temple, directed by Anuradha Naimpally. Tickets: $10 general admission and $8...
  • Posted on Fri Oct 18, 2013
    Annelize Machado apprentices from master south Indian dancer Anu Naimpally in Austin.   Stories from Deep in the Heart Summer Institute teachers featured Annelize's journey in a short radio piece, directed by radio veteran Maria Martin.

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