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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 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...
  • Posted on Tue Sep 20, 2016
      TEXAS FOLKLIFE PRESENTS "WEAVERS AND SPINNERS SOCIETY OF AUSTIN" EXHIBIT Opening on Sunday, October 16th, with Demonstrations by Guild Members    Austin, Texas – September 20, 2016 – Texas Folklife is pleased to announce a new gallery exhibit, “Weavers and Spinners Society of Austin.” The exhibit opens on October 16 and runs through December 16. On view will be hand-woven...
  • 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 Aug 15, 2016
    Taquerías of Southmost Gallery ExhibitTexas Folklife Gallery1708 Houston St / Austin, TX 78756FREE and open to the public Gallery Hours: 10am-6pm Monday-Friday and by appointment In 2012 Texas Folklife and the Brownsville Historical Association (BHA) partnered on “Taquerías of Southmost,” a research, documentation, exhibit, outreach and promotion project. Texas Folklife conducted fieldwork...
  • Posted on Wed Jul 27, 2016
    TEXAS FOLKLIFE PRESENTS “TAQUERÍAS OF SOUTHMOST” EXHIBIT    Opening on Wednesday, August 10, will Feature Presentations by Photographer Chuy Benitez and Mando Rayo, co-author of Tacos of Texas and Free Tacos!  Austin, Texas – July 26, 2016 – Texas Folklife is pleased to announce a new gallery exhibit with photographs of the Southmost area in...
  • 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.  A limited...
  • Posted on Thu Jan 14, 2016
      MECA - Multicultural Education and Counseling through the Arts - in Houston presents a photographic exhibition "Taquerias of Southmost" by Chuy Benitez.  This exhibition explores the boundaries of cultural richness and dialogues that touch on authentic food and cultural identity.  The photo exhibit was produced by Texas Folklife and the Brownsville Historical Association as part...
  • Posted on Wed Nov 25, 2015
    Texas Folklife presents Cigar Box Guitar Exhibit by Tomas Salas and W.T. Bryant  Live Cigar Box Guitar Music Featured at Opening Reception  WHERE:             Texas Folklife House Gallery, 1708 Houston Street, Austin  WHEN:                December...
  • Posted on Thu Jan 8, 2015
    Texas Folklife friend and photographer Chuy Benitez was featured in the New York Times Blog LENS. We have featured Chuys' work in some of our most memorable exhibits like Taquerias of Southmost & Yard Art, as well as hosted his show "Pasatiempos de la Frontera" at our Austin,TX gallery. Most recently he photographed for our NEA funded foodways project in West Texas and is currently featured...
  • Posted on Thu Apr 17, 2014
    WHERE: Texas Folklife Gallery, 1317 S. Congress, Austin (behind Ten Thousand Villages) WHEN: May 4 to September 1, 2014 Opening Reception – Sunday, May 4, 2:00 to 5:00 PM  Free and open to the public. “Patterns” is a selection of photographs by Susan Morehead featuring symmetrical designs occurring in both art and nature. The exhibition juxtaposes cactus species found primarily in the...

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