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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 Sun Jan 1, 2012
    Changing Places: Ranch Gates of the Southwest by Douglas Manger“The West is everything we want it to be: it is our potential for love and success, it is possibility and imagination. And the fence that defines the boundaries contains us, keeps us from getting lost in all of that possibility, saves us from straying too far from ourselves. I drive through the open gate, into the landscape within.”...
  • Posted on Thu Apr 7, 2011
    TEXAS ZYDECOPhotographs by James FraherThat portion of the I-10 interstate highway that connects the southeast Texas cities of Houston and Beaumont to the southwest Louisiana cities of Lake Charles and Lafayette might well be proclaimed the zydeco corridor of the world. Extending almost equal distances on both sides of the Sabine River, this is a heavily traveled section of road familiar to...
  • Posted on Sat Aug 7, 2010
    Texas Folklife, the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts (SAMFA) are working with landscape designer and author Jill Nokes on a new exhibition Yard Show which will open in San Angelo in September 2009 and then tour Texas venues in 2010. Nokes’ recent book, Yard Art and Handmade Places: Extraordinary Expressions of Home (2007, UT Press) has inspired this exhibit. The book features people who have...
  • Posted on Mon Jul 19, 2010
    The stories in Yard Show build vivid pictures of home that is more than just real estate and property values. Yard Show offers a lens for people to view their own communities, especially those overlooked neighborhoods where forgotten public histories and private memories may contribute to a greater sense of place. Research on the history of landscape design usually focuses on formal, elite...
  • Posted on Thu Aug 12, 1999
    Texas Folklife's program 1999 "Quilts of Color: Three Generations of Quilters" featured exhibitions, demonstrations, lectures, and workshops about the tradition of quilting among sisters Katie Mae Tatum, Gladys Henry and Henry's daughter Lavene Brackens and granddaughter Sherry Byrd.  This family of quilters has been based out of Fairfield, Texas for the last five generations, since the end...
  • Posted on Thu Oct 16, 2014
    We want to thank everyone that made it out to our 30th Anniversary Launch Party! We appreciate your support!   
  • Posted on Thu Apr 10, 2014
    This exhibit represents a sampling of highlights from Texas Folklife's annual Accordion Kings & Queens Festival held every June at Houston's Miller Outdoor Theater.  All photos below are credited to our long-time photographer, David Dodd.  This exhibit can be presented in conjunction with our Touring Roster. TEXAS FOLKLIFE TOURING ROSTER  Santiago JimenezLady DAnthony...
  • Posted on Mon Jan 27, 2014
    By Julie Ardery   “If it looks like a duck, swims like a duck, and quacks like a duck, then it probably is a duck.”  But what if it plays the bajo quinto (the big acoustic guitar of conjunto music), has a Welsh last name, sings in a Cajun band, and hails from Saginaw, Michigan? In that case, it’s Bradley Jaye Williams. One of the most versatile musicians in Austin, Williams over the...
  • Posted on Fri Oct 18, 2013
       WHERE:             Texas Folklife Gallery, 1317 S. Congress, Austin (behind Ten Thousand Villages) WHEN:                March 9 to March 16                              Opening...
  • Posted on Thu Nov 1, 2012
    Taquerías Southmost: Expressing Cultural Identity through the Business of Food Photos by Chuy Benitez Texas Folklife partnered with the Brownsville Historical Association (BHA) to conduct research and document the history of Taquerías in Brownsville and launch and promote an exhibit titled "The Taquerías of Southmost." The Southmost area of Brownsville houses approximately 33,009 residents and is...

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