We will have a Recording Booth set up at the Veterans Writers Conference from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM. Stop by to record your veteran's story, and any military folklore. Military folklore may include stories about objects, clothing, slang, jokes, and any other related military-related experiences.
Join Bramaya for the 2019 Austin to Africa Benefit Performance for Guinea at the Sahara Lounge on the east side in Austin, Texas on Sunday, Oct 20th from 4:00-10:00 pm.
The Austin arts community is well aware of the creative space issues we face, so we are working together to propose potential solutions. Over the past year, creative space needs have been discussed at monthly meetings by a small group of representatives from interested nonprofit arts groups and businesses, artists, and educational institutions.
Please join us on Sunday, September 29th, at 3 pm at the Texas Folklife Gallery for an update on the Local-Memory digital history project and a live recording of an interview with Dan Foster, fiddler and scholar. Dr. Michael Schmidt will discuss his new research on the history of Western Swing in Austin between 1940 and 1955 and recent additions to its exhibit on dance bands and Swing in Austin (1929-46). After the update, he and Joe Dobbs, musician and librarian, will interview Dan Foster about the Texas fiddle tradition and Mr.
First Annual Texas Folk Arts Statewide Convening: Evening Program
Discussion, presentations and artist demonstrations about the folk arts and traditions of the Lone Star State.