The Texas Folklife Festival provides Texans with an opportunity to remember the people and the traditions that shaped their state.
The season of holiday events is upon San Antonio, with many local traditions involving musical styles from around the world.
The San Antonio native is now the second woman Conjunto musician to hold the nation’s highest honor for folk music
The 46th Texas Folklife Festival kicked off Friday and is continuing through Saturday and Sunday at UTSA’s Institute of Texan Cultures.
During Fiesta Family Day this Sunday, visitors may peruse the collections in the museum and wander about the grounds for free.
If 1.0 was the school house, suited to agrarian calendars/needs, 2.0 was the industrialized model. Educators today face the challenge of moving toward 3.0.
More than 100 community members and City leaders came to UTSA’s Institute of Texan Cultures (ITC) Friday to attend Cultural Conversations, a cross cultural-dialogue event that took off in novel form, with attendees welcomed by the smell of cuisines from India, Hawaii, Mexico, Italy, China, and Texas, coupled with the sounds of ukelele strings, drums from the Far East, and more.
At a press conference on Wednesday, University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) President Ricardo Romo announced his plans to retire in August 2017.
The San Antonio Public Library will host the first of five San Antonio Heritage Workshops on Saturday, Jan.