Texans One and All examines the stories and customs of more than 20 of the original cultural groups that settled in Texas. It is the people that make Texas the great state that it is.
Feb. 4 - May 28: The ITC collaborates with the Ayusa (Academic Year in the USA) to see Texas through the eyes of international students, and those students from the eyes of their Texas hosts.
Opens Apr. 6, 2017: A century since the U.S. formally entered World War I, the events that unfolded continue to have a profound impact on modern international affairs and society.
Mar. 4 - Aug. 20: San Antonio’s Spanish Missions have been an inspiration to artists and storytellers for generations. This spring, the UTSA Institute of Texan Cultures will offer an exhibit capturing the missions and other religious sites in sculpture
May 13 - Oct. 1: While the Eagle Ford Shale represented a significant economic boom to South Texas, what did it take to sustain the people and workforce that relied on the region for their well being?
March 11 - April 30, 2017: As newly emancipated slaves, Guss, Felix and Jim Upshaw founded the settlement of County Line in East Texas. Generations later, descendants of the Upshaws still live in County Line. Photographer Richard Orton of Nacogdoches has photographed family members over the course of 25 years.
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