Posted on Wed Jan 17, 2018
Austin Friends of Folk Art and Texas Folklife Present:
"Celebrating the Ceramic Art of Jalisco: Tonalá, Tlaquepaque, El Rosario and Santa Cruz de las Huertas"
Known for its compelling art in many creative disciplines, the Mexican state of Jalisco is internationally famous for the wide variety of maestros in clay and other mediums. Harold Liebowitz as curator of this exhibit,...
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 9, 2016
Gallery Exhibit Opening: Weavers and Spinners Society of AustinSunday October 16th, 2pm-5pmTexas Folklife Gallery1708 Houston StAustin, TX 78756FREE and open to the public Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/326376834376742/Exhibit of works by guild members of the Spinners and Weavers Society of Austin. Handwoven art pieces and garments, felted pieces and basket...
Posted on Mon Jul 18, 2016
Taquerías of Southmost Gallery Exhibit OpeningWednesday August 10th6pm-8pmTexas Folklife Gallery1708 Houston St / Austin, TX 78756FREE and open to the public
Featuring a talk by exhibit photographer Chuy Benitez and presentation by Mando Rayo, co-author of The Tacos of Texas, to be published by the University of Texas Press in September 2016.
Posted on Mon Mar 30, 2015
TEXAS FOLKLIFE ANNOUNCES MOVE TO NEW LOCATION
Will Move from South Congress Avenue to Burnet Road on April 14, 2015
Historic Building on South Congress will be leased to New Commercial Tenant
Austin, Texas – March 27, 2015 – Texas Folklife has announced that they plan to move the Texas Folklife Gallery and offices. The moving process has already begun and...
Posted on Sun Oct 20, 2013
The Texas Folklife Exhibit Gallery is located in the heart of Austin's SoCo (South Congress) district, behind Ten Thusand Villages, and next to the Continental Club.