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    11th Annual Nonprofit Fair Presented by UFCU

    The work of nonprofits touches every aspect of our community, from human services and education to arts, culture, and civics. Your involvement and perspectives help shape the direction, capacity, and approach of how a nonprofit grows and serves our community, and at the end of the day, help real people. If you've been looking for a meaningful way to give back, you're invited to join the fair and virtually hop tables to learn about ways to get involved.
    Tue., Oct. 6, 6-7:30pm. Free.  
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    Alamo on Demand

    Make any Tuesday terror-iffic, any Wednesday weird, and the rest of the week fantastic with Alamo Drafthouse curated picks via Alamo on Demand. If a film is there, it's because an Alamo programmer loves it. It's kinda like going to your favorite video store when you could do that, mixed with going to your favorite theatre, when you could do that too. Staff picks, cult classics, Found Footage Fest and Master Pancake, Weird Wednesday and Terror Tuesday, Fantastic Fest faves, they're all there for rental or purchase.
    Ongoing  
    Online via ondemand.drafthouse.com
  • Community

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    American Indian Heritage Day 2020

    Join the Bullock Museum and Great Promise for American Indians in a virtual celebration of the eighth Annual American Indian Heritage Day. There will be dance, storytelling, artmaking, and learning activities to recogize the historic, cultural, and social contributions American Indian communities and leaders have made to the state.
    Fri., Sept. 25, 10am-5pm. Free.  
    Online
  • Arts

    Visual Arts

    Armadillo World Headquarters 50th Anniversary Exhibition

    AusPop presents a celebration of the legendary Armadillo World Headquarters, offering an impressive array of posters, photos, and newspaper clippings with which to immerse yourself in the venue's well-documented history. (No one may know exactly where we're going, these days, but this is – vividly – where we've been.) You can schedule a time in advance to visit the gallery (any Saturday or Sunday) and you've gotta wear a mask, citizen, because this long strange trip is something we're still in the confounding middle of, y'dig?
    Through Dec. 13
  • Community

    Kids

    ¡VAMONOS! A Caminos Talk Show

    Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center's Caminos program has created ¡VAMONOS!, an arts and variety show by teens for teens. Tune in via Facebook Live or Instagram TV.
    Every other Friday, 6pm  
  • Arts

    Visual Arts

    Bale Creek Allen Gallery: Delicate Disorders

    Los Angeles-based Shelli Tollman's paintings, informed by her upbringing during the Apartheid era in South Africa, address the complex subject of diversity within the personal and political landscape. This exhibition of sinister fairytale works reflect Tollman's experience as an immigrant artist confronted with American culture.
    Through Oct. 18
  • Arts

    Visual Arts

    ChingonX Fire: Group Exhibit

    Inspired by the Mexican American Cultural Center's annual La Mujer celebration – and by the first feminist of the New World, Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz – this online group exhibit is curated by April Garcia and features womxn-identifying and nongender-specific artists whose artwork is tied to activism, feminism, cultural. and gender identity storytelling, environmental protection, and socioeconomic parity. Note: The exhibition will be online for a year.
  • Community

    Kids

    ESB-MACC Online Programs

    The Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center, a Smithsonian Institution affiliate, offers free digital programs from lesson plans to online art galleries. Kids can learn about lucha libre, the borderlands, music history, and more. Visit the website to find the activities, a virtual museum tour, and downloads.
     
    Online
  • Arts

    Visual Arts

    Flatbed Press: Smoke Signal and other Reliable Means of Communication

    This is an exhibition of paintings, drawings, and woodcut prints by Richard Armendariz, showcasing images with cultural, biographical, and historical references carved and burned into their surfaces. "The work's content, found in classic novels, poems, and song lyrics, elevates and reinforces the conceptual link between the nuanced meanings of words and imagery." Note: There will be a small-group reception with the artist on Sat., Oct. 3, noon-5pm (reserve a spot via the Flatbed website), and a Zoomed reception later that evening.
  • Community

    Kids

    Free Bilingual Coloring Book From ESB-MACC

    The Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center presents An Empowered Village and Its Citizens, a bilingual coloring and activity book that tells of the history of the ESB-MACC and encourages children to envision what they would like to see take place at the Center. Download it for free from their digital programming website, and while you're there, check out the other cool things they've got on offer.
    Online
  • Arts

    Visual Arts

    MACC Galleries: Reopened!

    The Community Gallery and the Sam Z. Coronado Gallery in the Mexican-American Cultural Center reopen "with social distancing and additional health and safety precautions in place," and inviting reservations to see "Rosy Campanita, El Camino del Corazon, The Path of the Heart," which documents 13 years of struggle, persistence, and resilience between 2003-2016, and "Poética Textil/ Textile Poems," in which contemporary artists reveal their restlessness, inquiry, and research into the creation of fabric art via printing, weaving, and assemblage.
    Mon.-Fri., 10am-6pm. Donations accepted.  

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