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Texas music, heritage, food and tradition are the driving elements behind one of the most revered cultural events in the state.
 
Texas Folklife Festival recruiting volunteers
 
The Institute of Texan Cultures is closed on April 16 in observance of Easter Sunday.
 
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"Perceptions of Texas: Our State through the Eyes of International Students" features artwork, video, writing and more, detailing the culture shock, and Texas customs international students have come to enjoy in their time here.
 
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Through 25 years, photographer Richard Orton documented the Upshaw family of County Line
 
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Roberto Cardinale captures Texas missions and churches in wooden sculpture
 
Institute of Texan Cultures hosts 30th annual Asian Festival
 
Call for Volunteers: ITC seeking tour guides
 
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Texas Star Heritage Awards & Gala honors outstanding Texans, sets the stage for something new at ITC.​
 
The UTSA Institute of Texan Cultures will operate on a modified schedule during the holiday season.
 
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"Our Community: The History and Heritage of New Braunfels" recounts historic town's European roots.
 
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Tthe UTSA Institute of Texan Cultures will recognize individuals and organizations whose work champions diversity, preserving heritage and educating the community.
 
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Museum seeks tour guides, exhibit specialists, Back 40 building specialists, office aides and more.
 
ITC's 2016 exhibits document big city streets and small Texas towns.
 
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Negro League Baseball players share their experiences. Special guest from Smithsonian joins the conversation.​
 
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Free Second Sunday presentation details CCC's role in establishing Texas state parks and associated structures.​
 
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Girl's summer camp creates exhibit with photography, poetry documenting life and heritage in their neighborhood.​
 
Annual celebration of everything that defines the Texan identity, June 10-12
 
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On May 11, 2016, UTSA issued a Request for Qualification to pursue a potential ground lease agreement with developers equipped to improve up to approximately 14.70 acres at the UTSA Hemisfair Campus in downtown San Antonio.
 
The ITC runs on a modified schedule to prepare for the 2016 Texas Folklife Festival
 
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Free admission for active duty military and dependents, Memorial Day through Labor Day.
 
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ITC and Bexar County collaborate on "Nuestra Historia" exhibit, bring original Spanish documents back to San Antonio to preface city's Tricentennial.
 
Call for Volunteers - Texas Folklife Festival requests community support for staffing and vital functions of annual effort.
 
The Institute of Texan Cultures modifies its admissions structure after holding steady for more than five years.
 
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The UTSA Institute of Texan Cultures is preparing for its 2016 Fiesta Medal Mania exhibit and needs the community's help to build the display.
 
Museum seeks exemplars of Texas culture, diversity, tradition; inaugural gala coming in 2017.
 
Campers become the curators as they bring artifacts from a dig site, all the way to a museum exhibit.​
 
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Columbia Heights Elementary School Students capture lessons of Cesar Chavez, Dolores Huerta and Farm Workers in an art exhibit
 
Buffalo Soldier Day, Invisible Diamonds and Texas Frontier Week bring history to life, March 13 - 18​
 
See what the Institute of Texan Cultures accomplished in the first month of the year: Connections made, programs held, teacher training and more.
 
Asian Festival 2016 is Feb. 13, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
 
Museum seeks volunteers for tour guide and interpreter positions.
 
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Among the month's achievements: A rare art display, grant funding to expand ITC programming, honoring Texas veterans, more praise for Los Tejanos exhibit.
 
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An opportunity to help fund preservation and education projects at the Institute of Texan Cultures
 
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The SA Women's Chamber "Comet" award is given to a woman who "leaves a trail to follow."
 
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“Create, Connect and Collaborate: Museum-based Professional Development Programs for Educators," a grant from the John L. Santikos Charitable Fund of the San Antonio Area Foundation
 
Teacher training, community outreach events, awards earned - check up on the latest news bites from the Institute of Texan Cultures staff.
 
ITC is closed 10/28 to accommodate a private event.
 
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A Dia de los Muertos tradition from southern Mexico comes to the Institute of Texan Cultures
 
Brandeis High School students prepare shadow boxes and oral histories on Texas service members, prepare companion exhibit to ITC's "Our Part of Victory"
 
Results from special events, travel, outreach, training and more.
 
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Free admission Sept. 26 with Smithsonian Magazine's annual program.
 
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WWII Veterans receive free admission to ITC's "Our Part of Victory" exhibit.
 
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1990s radio spot, "Lifetimes: The Texas Experience" finds new life on SoundCloud
 
Park at the ITC for all six UTSA home football games.
 
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Nearly 750,000 Texans served during World War II. From the men, women, and children directly engaged in war efforts to the common Texan abiding by war rationing rules, all did their part.
 
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Free admission to the nation’s active duty military personnel including National Guard and Reserve and their families from Memorial Day through Labor Day 2015.
 
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2015 Texas Folklife Festival asks community volunteers to step up, show their Texas pride.
 
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The Texas Folklife Festival gathers volunteers, heritage organizations, bands, dance groups and skilled artisans from across the state to showcase their talents, entertain festival goers and inspire them to continue the traditions that have shaped the Lone Star State.
 
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New exhibit explores Tejano culture through major themes and life experiences.
 
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UTSA graduate and Honors College undergraduate students study the architecture of atrocities
 
Spring break at the ITC gives visitors a chance to consider the geographical, technological, economic and philosophical frontiers of Texas, while exploring 1800s era buildings on the Back 40.
 
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March Free Second Sunday features "Los Peloteros" presentation on baseball in the Hispanic community.​
 
Closure on Cesar E. Chavez Blvd.
 
Feb. 5-9: Cesar E. Chavez Blvd. closed between South Alamo to Indianola. ITC accessible via I-37
 
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Feb. 8: Free Second Sunday celebrates African-American History Month with Buffalo Soldier Day, honoring the African-American cavalrymen who scouted the Texas Frontier.
 
February 21, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.A celebration of the Chinese New Year and the many Asian Communities of Texas and San Antonio. Food, music, dance, martial arts and more!
 
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With origins at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History, Sikhs: Legacy of the Punjab studies a unique culture, religion and way of life. San Antonio has some 300 Sikh families, and Sikhs have been in Texas since the late 1800s.
 
Weather delay - ITC will open at Noon, Saturday, Jan, 10.
 
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Arab Americans have been an integral part of the United States of America since its inception. Patriots & Peacemakers highlights three specific areas of service: the U.S. Armed Forces, the Peace Corps and diplomatic service.
 
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An 11th grade homeschooler, Jordanne Stetter began sewing and quilting at age 8, helping her mother and grandmother. That’s when she completed her first sewing project, an apron. She made her first quilt at age 11.
 
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Tyann Jones, age 9, and Audie Rice, age 10, combined their talents to make a quilt, enter a statewide 4-H competition, and have their piece, “Lots of Love,” showcased in “Texas 4-H Quilts and Student Masterpieces,” at the San Antonio museum through Jan. 11.
 
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December starts with three big events, and ITC is always a great destination to bring out-of-town guests or kids at home for the winter break.
 
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UT Austin History Professor Emilio Zamora studies the World War I diary of Jose de la Luz Saenz, speaks at Nov. 9 ITC event.
 
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Leading into Veterans Day, the ITC offers a look at the Tejano experience in the armed forces with stories from veterans and scholars.
 
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Drawings, painting, sculptures, and jewelry addressing issues relating to war and to the beauty of life, presented by disabled American veterans from Texas.
 
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Wyatt Earp, John Wesley Harden, Billy the Kid, Sheriff Pat Garrett, Bat Masterson and Doc Holliday didn't stand a chance against "Texas Gambling Queen." Another Dance with the Dead idea.
 
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ITC offers another "Famous Dead Texan" profile for Dance Dance with the Dead costume ideas.
 
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As the museum prepares for its annual "Dance with the Dead" Halloween party, which encourages guests to dress as their favorite dead Texans, we take a look at some of the heroes, outlaws and legends that added unique character to the state.
 
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21+ Halloween party features your favorite dead Texans come back to life for one night.
 
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Migrant workers often live invisible lives, bringing food from fields to tables. Learn more about how this unique culture is leaving the fields, attending college, and gaining the education to join the skilled workforce.
 
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Sandra Sider speaks Oct. 3 at the ITC. She has more than 30 year's experience working with fabric and fibers. As curator for the Texas Quilt Museum, she assembled the traveling exhibit, "Modern Masterpieces by Texan Quilters."
 
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Institute of Texan Cultures participates in Smithsonian's Museum Day Live! Free admit-2 coupon available.​
 
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Orange out’ lighting events celebrate UTSA achievements in academics, research and athletics.
 
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Free Second Sunday celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month and demonstrates the lives of early Tejanos
 
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Using computers, HD video and high-resolution images, the Convergent Media Collective creates a Texas experience "just like being there."
 
Parking available for UTSA 2014 Football at the Alamodome.
 
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Teachers earn continuing education hours while learning how to use ITC's museum resources in the classroom.​
 
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Institute of Texan Cultures puts classic and contemporary artisanship on display in two traveling exhibits from the Texas Quilt Museum
 
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Free admission for active duty military and dependents, Memorial Day through Labor Day.
 
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For the past half-century, the Institute of Texan Cultures has sought out and documented those keeping alive the folk traditions that make up a unique part of our diverse Texan heritage.
 
The 2014 festival offers a “Taste of the World”, emphasizing the diverse culinary offerings of 30 food booths serving 150 authentic items. Folklife is June 7 & 8.
 
Advance tickets are now available for the 2014 Texas Folklife Festival. Museum encourages use of VIA Park & Ride services.
 
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Five years, 12 artists: Landscapes, people, customs and cultures, colors, cities and symbols interpreted with a bold vision and an unbridled exuberance that encapsulates Texan culture. See how Texas has inspired and informed their work.
 
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A 21+ event, featuring free Texas barbecue and craft beer, and a chance to support the ITC education fund
 
The Institute of Texan Cultures will be closed Sunday, April 20, in observance of the Easter holiday. Regular operations resume Monday, April 21.
 
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Academy of Career and Technologies Charter School students from the Fashion Design program take on the Fiesta Hat tradition.
 
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"Hats Off to Fiesta!" hat exhibit, student "Colors of Fiesta" exhibit, NIOSA photo mural and 2014 Medal Mania sash on display for San Antonio's annual party season
 
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Pioneer Sunday, March 9, shows the connections between early and modern Texas agriculture. Texas Frontier Week opens the buildings of the Back 40 for an early pioneer experience.
 
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Free Second Sunday includes a 2-4 p.m. screening of this documentary on Mexican-American students forced to take three years of first grade based only on the color of their skin.
 
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Fiesta is fast approaching, and the Institute of Texan Cultures is hard at work creating a dynamic and colorful exhibit to commemorate this year’s celebration.
 
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On Wednesday, February 5, 2014, (12 pm EST) the Institute of Texan Cultures will participate in the National Youth Summit on Freedom Summer, an online outreach program organized by the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History.
 
The Institute of Texan Cultures will remain closed on Jan. 24 due to winter weather conditions.
 
The 2014 Asian Festival is an opportunity to experience Asian culture first-hand, with a celebration of the Chinese New Year and the diverse communities that bring their unique Asian identities to Texas.​
 
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University of the Incarnate Word's Prof. Lopita Nath tells a story of resilience and hope with pictures from refugee camps in Nepal.
 
To commemorate the 50th anniversary of Freedom Summer, the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History will hold a National Youth Summit Feb. 5, 2014, linking high school students across the U.S. in an engaging program on the history and legacy of the 1964 youth-led effort for voting rights and education.
 
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During his career, Walter Eugene George generated a body of work comprising some 500 drawings and 16,000 photos, focusing on the “Rio Grande Corridor” between Eagle Pass and Brownsville. A collaborative exhibit between the ITC and UTSA College of Architecture.
 
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The Institute of Texan Cultures has been chosen as one of 10 recipients of the Young Historians, Living Histories Grant funded by the Smithsonian Institution. The Institute of Texan Cultures has been tasked with preparing a contingent of Asian Pacific American high school students to record and present oral histories. The ITC is the only Affiliate to partner with a Korean community.
 
Volunteer-led project yields 300+ images of San Antonio-area Vietnam casualties. Database going online.​
 
The Institute of Texan Cultures will close at noon, Oct. 29, to conduct training exercises.
 
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MacArthur High School in San Antonio’s North East Independent School District has one of the few school-sanctioned skateboarding clubs in the city and its students prepared a companion piece to Smithsonian's "Ramp it Up" traveling exhibit.
 
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The third iteration of the museum’s Halloween ball takes place 8:30 – 11:30 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 26.​
 
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A new exhibition from the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service, together with the National Museum of the American Indian, celebrates the vibrancy, creativity and history of American Indian skateboarding culture.
 
The Institute of Texan Cultures offers one free Sunday each month.
 
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“Native Words, Native Warriors,” developed by the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian and the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES), tells the remarkable story of soldiers from more than a dozen tribes who used their Native languages in the service of the U.S. military.
 
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What can a single street tell you about your city? See how UTSA College of Architecture students used Fredericksburg Road as a timeline.
 
Call for volunteers: ITC looking for guides, office assistants, educators
 
Limited quantity of parking permits now on sale for 2013 UTSA football season.
 
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Más Rudas Chicana arts group approaches subject of women's body image
 
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UPDATE:Exhibit extended to Sept. 8, 2013. Institute of Texan Cultures displays 3,417 dog tags commemorating Texans killed or missing in Vietnam.
 
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The 201st Fighter Squadron: Mexico Joins the Fight in World War II. Curated by UTSA Art Specialist Arturo Infante Almeida and developed by researcher and English Doctoral candidate Mario Longoria.
 
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July 25: Free concert featuring the intersection of African-American and Mexican-American musical traditions​
 
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Texas Contemporary Artist Pepe Serna reimagines the classics with a Latino flair.
 
ITC will be closed June 5 and 6 for Texas Folklife Festival preparations; open for festival hours June 7-9; closed June 10 for take-down.
 
Due to inclement weather, the May 25 "A Salute to the Military" event will be cancelled. Check back for details on future event possibilities.
 
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On Saturday, May 25, Memorial Day Weekend, the Institute of Texan Cultures will present “A Salute to Our Military,” a living history program focusing on Texans in American military service, from Spanish Texas through today.
 
A three-day celebration of Texas people, culture, heritage
 
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ITC, CIV enter reciprocal membership agreement, wlecome and entertain foreign dignitaries on San Antonio visits
 
Closures and operating hours for Texas Folklife Festival preparations and take-down.
 
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The Texas Folklife Festival asks for community assistance for 2013 event
 
Panel discussions at the ITC focus on rights of immigrants, GLBTQ, minors and ethnic minorities
 
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ITC opens Back 40 outdoor education area for a look at the Texas Frontier.
 
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ITC gathers one of San Antonio's most comprehensive collections of Fiesta medals
 
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ITC taps Edgewood Fine Arts Academy to envision Fiesta of the future, take on ubiquitous Fiesta Medal tradition.
 
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An interactive exhibit immerses the visitor in the immigration experience.
 
ITC closes at 2 p.m., Feb. 26, to prepare for UTSA "Great Conversation" event.
 
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In partnership with Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas, “Girl Power!” is an exhibit that heralds the next century of Girl Scouting. Through personal stories, artifacts and memorabilia, the exhibit will highlight the values and traditions of Girl Scouts that are as relevant today as when the movement was founded in 1912.
 
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In observance of African American History Month, Buffalo Soldier Day will be hosted at the Institute of Texan Cultures from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, February 2, 2013. It is included with regular admission.​
 
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The Institute of Texan Cultures is seeking community volunteers to support the Asian Festival.
 
San Antonio's Asian community observes Chinese New Year at the Institute of Texan Cultures.
 
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San Antonio children and families invited to rekindle a tradition with San Antonio Fire Department, Institute of Texan Cultures
 
The Institute of Texan Cultures anticipates a 10:30 a.m. opening on Nov. 21 to perform routine maintenance on its electrical systems with CPS.
 
Rock 'N' Roll Marathon 2012 - The Institute of Texan Cultures will be closed to accommodate the 2012 San Antonio Rock 'N' Roll Marathon
 
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The Institute of Texan Cultures remembers Joske's Fantasyland
 
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A showcase of work by 25 nationally and internationally recognized artists working and living in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico. Includes 32 photographic prints and paintings, and five sculptures.
 
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The Smithsonian Community Grant program, funded by MetLife Foundation, is a proud sponsor of these public programs.
 
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Second annual Halloween Masquerade is Oct. 27
 
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The Institute of Texan Cultures has challenged students from Northeast Independent School District’s International School of the Americas to develop an exhibit examining remembrance traditions across cultures.​
 
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ITC & UTSA Department of Philosophy present discussion on moral issues faced by those living in the border region
 
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Fernandez tells a story of San Antonio through portraits of its homes
 
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ITC's volunteers tallied 24,531 service hours to the museum last year.
 
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Saturday, Sept. 29: Free admission with coupon from Smithsonian magazine.
 
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San Antonio photographer Cristina J. Sanchez captures many powerful stories through her portraits of Somali Bantu people living in the city. The exhibit, “Bantu Eyez: Somali Bantu of Texas” features compelling images from some of Texas’s more recent arrivals.
 
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From the Smithsonian comes an important and enlightening exhibition about the intersection of American Indian and African American people and cultures.
 
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Exhibit will remain to the end of the calendar year
 
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ITC junior docents welcome guests to 1800s Texas Frontier
 
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Preparations for fireworks display begin after business hours.
 
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Discover how ideas and products from the Lone Star State have impacted the world.
 
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Franco Mondini-Ruiz joins Texas Contemporary Artists Series at the Institute of Texan Cultures
 
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ITC collaborates with national agencies to offer free admission to military families, Memorial Day to Labor Day
 
June 8 - 10, join the three-day celebration of music, dance, food and craftsmanship that define the culture of Texas.
 
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"Faces with Names" project reaches completion as volunteers entrust ITC with 323 of 355 images of San Antonio area Vietnam casualties
 
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The 2012 Texas Folklife Festival is seeking volunteers.
 
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Five Texas photographers show works from recent trip to China.
 
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Graphic designer Jim Cosgrove's Timeless Texas Toys poster earned a Wilder Award from the Texas Association of Museums.
 
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“Sublime Reality” explores man’s connection to nature
 
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March 3: ITC and San Antonio's Puerto Rican community celebrate 40 years of Folklife with music, dance and heritage.
 
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Angelica Docog joins ITC from Charlotte Museum of History
 
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Pasadena Memorial High School students, inspired by Texas Highways magazine photographer Griff Smith, document their unique local culture.
 
Saturday, Jan. 28, the Institute of Texan Cultures hosts the Asian Festival, celebrating the Chinese New Year and the diverse cultures of Asia.
 
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Operating hours and closures for winter holiday break
 
The ITC is testing the emergency banner on the homepage at TexanCultures.com.
 
The Institute of Texan Cultures will be closed for the Thanksgiving holiday, Nov. 24
 
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Children 12 and under receive free admission with a new toy benefiting San Antonio Fire Department Toy Drive.
 
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ITC Closed Nov. 13 for Rock 'n' Roll Marathon. Route uses Cesar Chavez Blvd.
 
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Vintage toys conjure memories and bring generations together in this new exhibit focusing on clutural and artistic values our toys convey.
 
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Raul Servin, "Bailando El Jarabe Tapatio," 2008
Texas History is filled with heroes, villains and eccentrics. Who will you dress as for the Oct. 28 masquerade?​
 
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Griff Smith has worked for Texas Highways magazine for more than 25 years and has been the photo editor since 2009. During his career, he has covered a wide spectrum of subjects, from majestic landscapes to unique people who have contributed to the tapestry of Texas culture.
 
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Institute of Texan Cultures, grassroots efforts to collect photos of 300 San Antonio service members killed or missing in Vietnam
 
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ITC is a short walk from the Alamodome, UTSA's home field.
ITC offers game-day parking for UTSA football games; season parking passes are sold out.
 
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UTSA Football family 4-pack with purchase of ITC Family-level membership
Receive a free family 4-pack of UTSA Football tickets when you buy an ITC membership at the Family level and above. ACT NOW! Only 12 4-packs available. 210-458-2213.
 
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Join us Oct. 28 for a Halloween dance featuring our dearly departed Texans and the eerie happenings at the ITC.
 
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Aug 24, 2011 05:46 PM
Parking for all six UTSA home games at Alamodome $60. ITC is a just a quick walk from the Roadrunners' home field..
 
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Museum Day, Sept. 24
the Institute of Texan Cultures will participate in Sept. 24 Museum Day, offering free Admit Two with the Smithsonian Magazine Ticket.
 
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Football: The Exhibit
Aug 09, 2011 03:05 PM
UPDATE: Football: The Exhibit will close Sept. 13. Hands-on from start to finish, "Football: The Exhibit" reveals the science behind the game. "Football: The Exhibit" is a traveling exhibit organized by the Arkansas Museum of Discovery.
 
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The Institute of Texan Cultures will welcome a team of costumed re-enactors to the Back 40 outdoor learning area. As a conclusion to the annual Texas Trails & Tales program, these experts will portray Buffalo Soldiers, pioneer families, merchants and other denizens of 1880-1890 Texas.
 
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The Institute of Texan Cultures will be closed June 13 for Texas Folklife Festival take-down.
 
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Currently at the Institute of Texan Cultures, we are celebrating the Texas Folklife Festival. June 10: 5-11 p.m., June 11: 11 a.m. - 11 p.m.; June 12: 12-7 p.m.
 
Jun 08, 2011 03:24 PM
Enjoy a summer on the 1800s Texas Frontier! Costumed junior docents lead guests through activities associated with five period buildings at the Back 40 outdoor learning area: Log House, One-Room Schoolhouse, Barn, Fort and Adobe House. Join us for an immersive, family-friendly experience
 
Jun 03, 2011 08:26 PM
The Institute of Texan Cultures will be closed June 6-9 to prepare for the Texas Folklife Festival. Grounds open at 5 p.m. June 10 for the festival. Also closed June 13 for take-down.
 
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May 19, 2011 02:45 PM
The latest artist in the Texas Contemporary Artists Series is Rex Hausmann, with his exhibition, “Ithica,” inspired by a Constantine Cavafy poem. Hausman's paintings incorporate personal mementos with iconic San Antonio images, such as ButterKrust bread packaging, the Cool Crest miniature golf sign, the Olmos Pharmacy marquee and other landmarks.
 
May 06, 2011 06:24 PM
The Texas Folklife Festival is a three-day celebration of Texas. Enjoy 150 unique menu items, music and dance on 6 stages, 60 artisans and 250 individuals and organizations representing 40 cultural groups.​
 
May 06, 2011 06:17 PM
Buy Texas Folklife Festival tickets online, at San Antonio military bases, HEB stores and UTSA campuses.​
 
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40 Years of Texas Folklife Festival Memories
May 06, 2011 06:08 PM
The Institute of Texan cultures looks back at the history and highlights of the Texas Folklife Festival.​
 
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Football: The Exhibit
Apr 04, 2011 08:21 PM
Hands-on from start to finish, "Football: The Exhibit" reveals the science behind the game. "Football: The Exhibit" is a traveling exhibit organized by the Arkansas Museum of Discovery.
 
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Whose shoes will you fill? Test your shoe size against Texas greats.
Apr 04, 2011 08:07 PM
Texans Head to Foot features the hats and shoes of famous and inspiring Texans. Shoes and hats are more than just practical clothing items, they are three-dimensional character sketches of their owners​
 
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