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  • Posted on Tue Nov 19, 2013
    “Stories from Deep in the Heart” is an award-winning in depth folklore and audio documentary training for Austin and Central Texas high public school students and teachers.  Participants create short, broadcast quality audio documentaries on the stories, folklore, arts and traditions of their families and communities. Participants are teachers and students from schools identified by AISD and...
  • Posted on Mon Feb 3, 2014
      Applications for 2018 are closed. Interested applicants for 2019 can complete a short sign-up form before the release of the application later this year through the links below: Please Click Here for the Online Sign-Up Form Please Click Here for the Physical Sign-Up Form  apprenticeship_8.5x11_poster_no_date-page-001.jpg 2018 Program Guidelines and Application...
  • Posted on Wed Apr 25, 2018
        The 2017 Festival of Texas Fiddling Symposium Session took place on December 1, 2017 at the historic Twin Sisters Dance Hall in Blanco, TX.  The session was sponsored by Humanities Texas, with the goal of creating collaborative synergies between scholarly researchers, musicians, dancers, members of the Blanco, TX community, members of the general public, and listeners. ...

    2017 Festival of Texas Fiddling Symposium Session

  • Posted on Fri Mar 23, 2018
    Audio Producers and Journalists Wanted for Summer Radio Training Texas Folklife is recruiting media producers with artistic/folklore/journalism/education aspirations to work with Stories from Deep in the Heart, our award-winning youth audio documentary training program. As a producer for our Stories Summer Institute, you will work with 1-2 groups of teachers, helping them to complete a short...
  • 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 Sat Aug 19, 2017
    La Santa Muerte: A Folk Saint in TexasScreening and Panel Discussion, feautring Andrew Chesnut, PhD and Malgorzata Oleszkiewicz-Peralba, PhDThursday October 5, 2017 (7pm)Guadalupe Theater 1301 Guadalupe St, San Antonio, TX 78207   FREE Event, tickets available at the door Film screening and panel discussion with filmmakers, Andrew Chesnut PhD, author of the first monograph on...
  • Posted on Fri Aug 18, 2017
                                                  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   MEDIA CONTACT: Sheree Scarborough (512) 922-5483, sheree.scarborough@gmail.com                    ...
  • Posted on Wed Aug 9, 2017
    La Santa Muerte: A Folk Saint in TexasScreening and Panel Discussion, feautring Andrew Chesnut PhDTuesday October 3, 2017 (7pm)Santa Cruz Studio Theater 1805 E 7th St - Austin, Texas   FREE with RSVP on EventbriteFilm screening and panel discussion with filmmakers and Andrew Chesnut PhD, leading religious studies scholar and author of the first monograph on the subject Devoted to...
  • Posted on Tue May 30, 2017
        Folklorist / NPR & BBC radio producer Rachel Hopkin will be returning to present a sampling of her work in radio and folklore, as well as completed audio documentaries produced at the Stories Summer Institute by this year’s participants. The presentation and reception on June 29th is free and open to the public. The reception begins at 6PM, followed by...

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