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Humanities Texas in the News

06.13.2024

The Katy News reports that the Nia Cultural Center in Galveston will host the Humanities Texas traveling exhibition "Juneteenth" through July 28.

06.07.2024

MyRGV reports that Mónica Alvarez Suárez of PSJA Memorial Early College High School was named a recipient of a 2024 Humanities Texas Outstanding Teaching Award.

06.06.2024

Woodlands Online reports that Charlene Bader of Peet Junior High School was named a recipient of a 2024 Humanities Texas Outstanding Teaching Award.

06.04.2024

101 Highland Lakes reports that The Falls on the Colorado Museum will host the Humanities Texas traveling exhibition "Images of Valor: U.S. Latinos and Latinas in World War II" through July 20.

05.31.2024

The Huntsville Item reports that the Sam Houston Memorial Museum will host the Humanities Texas traveling exhibition "Sam Houston: Texas Icon" through August 25.

05.24.2024

KSAT reports that in partnership with Humanities Texas, Uvalde's El Progreso Library is creating an oral history program and cataloguing materials as part of the Los Angelitos de Robb archive.

05.24.2024

The Austin American-Statesman reports that with support from Humanities Texas, Uvalde's El Progreso Library has continued to digitize and archive materials for the Los Angelitos de Robb archive.

05.24.2024

KENS5 reports that Uvalde's El Progreso Memorial Library is continuing work to digitize materials as part of the Los Angelitos de Robb archive for online access. This work is supported with funding from Humanities Texas.

05.21.2024

The Washington Post reported on the life and work of Russell Lee with photos featuring Humanities Texas's traveling exhibition "Russell Lee Photographs."

05.06.2024

Everything Lubbock reports that the Wallace Theater will host the Humanities Texas traveling exhibition "Images of Valor: U.S. Latinos and Latinas in World War II" through May 30.

04.17.2024

The Marshall News Messenger reports that two Marshall Junior High School students will compete at the Texas History Day state history fair on Saturday, April 20. Texas History Day is made possible in part by a grant from Humanities Texas.

03.20.2024

The Katy News reports that Taylor Kratz of Mayde Creek High School was named a recipient of a 2023 Humanities Texas Outstanding Teaching Award.

03.05.2024

The Jefferson City News Tribune reports that Scott Frank of IDEA Frontier College Preparatory was named a recipient of a 2023 Humanities Texas Outstanding Teaching Award.

02.28.2024

Glasstire reports that the McNay Art Museum will host the exhibition "de la Torre Brothers: Upward Mobility" through September 15. The exhibition is made possible in part with funding from Humanities Texas.

02.26.2024

The Katy News reports that The Orange Show's 37th Annual Houston Art Car Parade will take place April 11–14. The program is made possible in part with funding from Humanities Texas.

02.20.2024

TXK Today reports that Texas A&M University Texarkana will host the Humanities Texas traveling exhibition "Changing the Face of Power: Women in the U.S. Senate" through March 20.

02.07.2024

The Kerrville Daily Times reports that the Kerr Regional History Center will host the Humanities Texas traveling exhibition "Behold the People: R.C. Hickman’s Photographs of Black Dallas, 1949–1961" through February 29.

01.23.2024

Everything Lubbock reports that Graciela Cano of Harwell Elementary School in Lubbock has been named a recipient of a 2023 Humanities Texas Outstanding Teaching Award.

01.17.2024

The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reports that the Stevens Art Gallery at Harding University will host the Humanities Texas traveling exhibition "Miguel Covarrubias: Caricaturista" through February 17.

01.16.2024

The Kilgore News Herald reports that Kilgore College East Texas Oil Museum will host The East Texas History Summit in Kilgore on January 20. The event is made possible in part with funding from Humanities Texas.

01.10.2024

The Fort Bend Herald reports that the Rosenberg Railroad Museum will open their new exhibition "Railroads and American Sports" January 20. The exhibition is made possible in part with funding from Humanities Texas.

01.03.2024

CBS19 reports that Norris White Jr. of The University of Texas at Tyler University Academy – Palestine Campus was named a 2023 Humanities Texas Commended Teacher.

12.27.2023

The Longview News-Journal reports that Kilgore College East Texas Oil Museum will host The East Texas History Summit in Kilgore on January 20. The event is made possible in part with funding from Humanities Texas.

12.20.2023

The Fort Worth Star-Telegram shared former Humanities Texas Board Member Bob Ray Sanders's reflection on Humanities Texas's fiftieth anniversary.

12.13.2023

The Gilmer Mirror reports that Norris White Jr. of The University of Texas at Tyler University Academy – Palestine Campus was named a 2023 Humanities Texas Commended Teacher.

12.12.2023

The Gilmer Mirror reports that Kilgore College East Texas Oil Museum will host The East Texas History Summit in Kilgore on January 20. The event is made possible in part with funding from Humanities Texas.

11.30.2023

KBTX reports that Caitlin Baumgarten of A&M Consolidated Middle School in College Station has been awarded the 2023 Humanities Texas Julius Glickman Educational Leadership Award.

11.27.2023

KAGS reports that Caitlin Baumgarten of A&M Consolidated Middle School in College Station has been awarded the 2023 Humanities Texas Julius Glickman Educational Leadership Award.

11.16.2023

CBS Austin reports on Humanities Texas's work over the past five decades, as well as Humanities Texas's headquarters at the Byrne-Reed House.

11.10.2023

The Kerrville Daily Times reports that the Kerr Regional History Center will host the Humanities Texas traveling exhibition "Images of Valor: U.S. Latinos and Latinas in World War II" through November 30.

11.09.2023

101 Highland Lakes reports that The Falls on the Colorado Museum will host the Humanities Texas traveling exhibition "Russell Lee Photographs" through December 30.

11.04.2023

The Hill Country Community Journal reports that the Kerr Regional History Center will host the Humanities Texas traveling exhibition "Images of Valor: U.S. Latinos and Latinas in World War II" through November 30.

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