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Texas Folklife

Folk and Traditional Arts of Texas

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Exhibits at the Texas Folklife Gallery and elsewhere
Texas Folklife works with artists from around the country to exhibit their works portraying the depth and breadth of Texan culture.  The exhibits are typically held at the Texas Folklife Gallery in Austin, and also in other locations around Texas.  Please contact us if you are interested in bringing one of our Exhibits to a venue near you.
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  • Posted on Wed Sep 20, 2017
    Gallery ExhibitThe Master & The Apprentice: Highlights from the Texas Folklife Apprenticeship Program This exhibit features tools, instruments, finished works, photographs, audio, video and other documentation from Texas Folklife’s Apprenticeships in the Folk & Traditional Arts Program.  The program encourages the preservation and continuation of Texas traditions by...
  • Posted on Fri Sep 15, 2017
      The Master & The Apprentice: Highlights from the Texas Folklife Apprenticeship Program Gallery Exhibit Opening Thursday 10/26/17 (6pm-8pm) 1708 Houston St Austin, TX 78756 Texas Folklife invites you to join us for the exhibit opening of "The Master & The Apprentice: Highlights from the Texas Folklife Apprenticeship Program".  Select artists featured in the exhibit will be on...
  • Posted on Tue Jun 27, 2017
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  • Posted on Tue Jun 20, 2017
    Hand-Painted Envelopes Exhibit opening, featuring a talk by Allan WeissJuly 13, 2017 (6pm-7:30pm)Texas Folklife Gallery1708 Houston St /  Austin, TX 78756   The exhibition Hand-Painted Envelopes brings together the work of five Texas envelope artists, Gladys Adler of Bellaire and her daughter, Florene Edmiston O’Neill of San Antonio; Mrs. R.H. Swartz and Lonnie Smith of...
  • Posted on Tue Jun 20, 2017
    Hand-Painted Envelopes ExhibitionJuly 13 - October 6, 2017Texas Folklife Gallery   The exhibition Hand-Painted Envelopes brings together the work of five Texas envelope artists, Gladys Adler of Bellaire and her daughter, Florene Edmiston O’Neill of San Antonio; Mrs. R.H. Swartz and Lonnie Smith of Houston; and Dr. Charles Martin of Canyon, TX.  These five Texans were among the best...
  • Posted on Thu Mar 30, 2017
    Texas Folklife is excited to announce our participation in Big Medium's West Austin Studio Tour 2017! Our current exhibit Cowboys: East Germany will be on display throughout West. Join us at our gallery May 13-14 and 20-21st.  Drinks and snacks will be available for donation throughout the day, with happy hour  drinks from 4pm-6pm each day of the tour. Texas Folklife Gallery1708...
  • Posted on Fri Jan 13, 2017
    Gallery Exhibit - Cowboys: East GermanyJanuary 12, 2017 -  April 14, 2017 Texas Folklife Gallery 1708 Houston St Austin, TX 78756 FREE Admission  Cowboys: East Germany, a unique visual anthropology exhibit created and curated by Eric O’Connell (MA Visual Anthropology)This exhibit was made possible in part by support from The German Texas Heritage Society, The Texas Commission on the...
  • Posted on Tue Dec 20, 2016
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MEDIA CONTACT: Sheree Scarborough (512) 922-5483, sheree.scarborough@gmail.com                                                 ...
  • Posted on Wed Dec 14, 2016
    Gallery Exhibit Opening - Cowboys: East Germany Thursday January 12th, 2016 (6pm-8pm) Texas Folklife Gallery 1708 Houston St Austin, TX 78756 FREE Admission  Join us for the gallery exhibit opening of Cowboys: East Germany, a unique visual anthropology exhibit created and curated by Eric O’Connell (MA Visual Anthropology).  O’Connell will make a presentation about his work and answer...
  • Posted on Tue Oct 18, 2016
    Gallery Exhibit: Weavers and Spinners Society of Austin Texas Folklife Gallery 1708 Houston St Austin, TX 78756 FREE to the public Exhibit of works by guild members of the Weavers and Spinners Society of Austin.  Handwoven art pieces and garments, felted pieces and basket weaving woven from a wide variety of materials all with a Texas accent.  About the Show: The arts of spinning...

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