Institute of Texan Cultures

Aaron Gallegos / San Antonio Parks & Recreation Department

Thirty five local kids were asked what it means to be from San Antonio…Texas, and the world. And then they were given art supplies. That artwork now hangs in the Institute of Texan Cultures in an exhibit called “Little Texan, Big World.”

 

It’s not often that five year olds get their art displayed in a museum. At the Institute of Texan Cultures, 250 K-12 students from Comal County now have their artwork shown in an exhibit that celebrates the history and heritage of New Braunfels. TPR’s Louisa Jonas reports a lot of work went into the multimedia show.

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If the idea of expressing thankfulness for what you have by heading to the mall to buy more on Black Friday rubs you the wrong way, you're not alone. Why not do something enriching instead?

"We have an alternative here with our exhibits," says Sarah Gould.

Fredericksburg Theater Company

From Art to the Asian Festival to a down deep Valentine's event, here's a snapshot of this weekend's entertainment.

Adrian Whipp of Lumiere Tintypes, Austin

An Austin writer/performer is speaking on Sunday at the Institute of Texan Cultures. Gene Fowler will be speaking about a book he wrote called Mavericks: A Gallery of Texas Characters.  

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