April 15 - Nov. 15: UTSA graduate and honor students produced this exhibit to explore the conditions which can lead to genocide at any time, in any place: hatred, intolerance and discrimination, perpetrators and bystanders.
The Institute of Texan Cultures presents an exhibit on the Tejano experience. A thematic approach to 500 years of history, the exhibit draws upon major themes in Tejano life: migration, making a living, struggles for inclusion, and cultural traditions.
JAN. 24 - JUNE 14: A traveling exhibit from the Arab American National Museum details how Arab Americans have contributed to our nation in military service, diplomatic missions and through the Peace Corps.
Feb. 21 - Jan. 3, 2016: Sikhs have been in Texas since the early 1900s. Take a look at this unique culture through a new Smithsonian-produced exhibit.
Immigrants from around the world have settled in the Lone Star state, each contributing to its unique and dynamic culture. The exhibit highlights the vibrancy of Texas Czech culture in the 21st century.
February 21 - May 28: Students from the Monarch Academy at Morgan's Wonderland tell their story of Texas in this student art exhibit.
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