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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 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...
  • Posted on Fri Mar 7, 2014
    This event wil include a guest lecture by photographers Daniel Olsen and Henk Van Assen.   The ranch gate is one of the most recognizable cultural artifacts of Americana, representing the people and landscapes, history and folklore of the American West. As ranches are consolidated and ranching becomes industrialized, the number of ranches is dwindling and the handcrafted gate is...
  • Posted on Wed Dec 11, 2013
    "Papercuts" exhibit by Bradley Jaye Williams was a huge success, thanks to his inspired papercut art, his music and his friends!  Texas Folklife fans enjoyed an evening of Polish-American art, music and food, without escaping the Tex-Mex flavors of Austin, of course.  A special feature of the night was home-prepared krupnik (honey-infused vodka) by none other than Bradley Williams...
  • Posted on Tue Nov 26, 2013
     Photos: cover of Fritos Pie book; Kaleta Doolin in Fritos car; Doolin reading at Texas Folklife gallery Fritos Pie continues to be showcased in the Smithsonian's exhibit "FOOD: Transforming the American Table" and will be extended until 2017.  Part of the Fritos Pie Exhibit was on display at Texas Folklife the Spring and Summer of 2013 and is now available for touring.  Interested...
  • Posted on Tue Nov 26, 2013
    We will be exhibiting the work of James Fraher at the Houston 2014 FotoFest. It will be on display at the Art Department Gallery of Houston Community College Central from Feb 25th until March 30th. In a career spanning over 30 years, photographer, musician and author James Fraher has had his images published in Downbeat, Guitar Player, Irish Arts Review, Juke Blues, Soul Bag, and Texas Highways,...
  • 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.
  • Posted on Thu Oct 3, 2013
    Sunday August 18, From 2:00 to 4:00 PM Free and open to the public. Texas Folklife Gallery, 1317 S. Congress, Austin (behind Ten Thousand Villages) Regular Gallery Hours: 11 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Mon - Fri The paño art collection of artist and collector Ed Jordan will on display at the Texas Folklife gallery. Jordan began collecting paños after teaching art at Blinn College's auxiliary campus at the...
  • Posted on Thu Oct 3, 2013
    Paños or pañuelos - Spanish for “cloths” or “handkerchiefs” - are a popular form of Chicano prison art with handkerchiefs and occasionally pillow cases or bedsheets used as the canvas for imaginative drawings of the artist’s lifestyles before prison. Aztec figures, Disney characters, women, and the ever-popular Virgen de Guadalupe are popular subjects of drawings with ballpoint pens often...
  • Posted on Thu Oct 3, 2013
    Texas Folklife's newest exhibit will feature cut paper art by artist and musician Bradley Jaye Williams. Williams creates cutpaper designs that draw inspiration from many paper cutting traditions around the world. Traditional imagery of birds, roosters, hens, trees of life, stars, flowers and beehives are mized with folk musicians, accordions, bajo sextos, and fiddles. "The inspiration for my...
  • Posted on Thu Oct 3, 2013
    Exhibit reception and holiday party will be held on December 4, 2013 at 6:00 PM, at the Texas Folklife Gallery located at 1317 S. Congress Street in Austin (back entrance on Circle Street, between the Continental Club and Botticelli's Restaurant.) Live music provided by members of The Fabulous Polkasonics. At the front of our building in Ten Thousand Villages, we'll be hosting a Shopping Night. A...

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