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The Austin-San Antonio Connection: So Close and Yet So Far Out

South Austin Popular Culture Center with South Texas Popular Culture Center Presents: The Austin – San Antonio Connection: ~So Close and Yet So Far Out~     Opening Saturday June 14, 2014, SouthPop and its sister organization in San Antonio, TexPop, present an exhibition exploring the shared music history between the two cities. Separated by only 80 miles of I35, …

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SouthPop’s 10th Anniversary Exhibit

South Austin Popular Culture Center Presents 10th Anniversary Exhibit   Through generous funding from the Phogg Phoundation for the Pursuit of Happiness, the South Austin Popular Culture Center (SouthPop) opened its doors March 2014 and almost immediately an important and sentimental acquisition was made: Ken Featherston’s mural, Peyote Dream. Charitable donors came forward with the necessary funding and so began SouthPop’s permanent collection documenting Austin’s …

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The Road to Austin

The South Austin Popular Culture’s next exhibit The Road to Austin opens Saturday, March 8th with an event that will include live music. The exhibit will be a historical pictorial pondering of the Austin music culture. The Road to Austin is a documentary film chronicling the decades of musical evolution that elevated Austin as the Live Music Capital of the …

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Broken Spoke Exhibit Postponed

Dear SouthPop Fans: As you know SouthPop’s next exhibit was scheduled to feature the Broken Spoke and open in late January.  After pondering the scope of this exhibit subject and knowing 2014 is the Spoke’s 50th anniversary (yes, that’s right folks) we have decided to postpone the opening to fall 2014- date certain to be announced soon.  We will be able to document …

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The Austin – San Francisco Connection

The counter-culture revolution of the late 1960’s and early 1970’s in the United States is undeniably attributed to the widespread embrace of drugs, sex, and rock n roll among young people, and San Francisco was the epicenter of authority clash. The city drew disenfranchised youth from all over the country to join together to celebrate peace, love, and harmony while …

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View the Interactive Portion of our Show Country culture is not just about the music, but a story of how the Wild West brought together immigrants from Europe, Mexico, Native Americans, and other states, all of whom came to call Texas home. Each group brought their customs, skills, moral values, and their music. While they generally tried to avoid each …

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Poster Project for the AWHQ Reunion

Click here to see how South Pop is working with local art and advertising students to promote the evolution of Austin’s alternate route to peace, love and happiness. Играйте без регистрации. Уже много лет Vulkan считается стандартом качества для мировых онлайн играми, игровыми автоматами и без регистрации. Уже много лет Vulkan считается стандартом качества для себя. Можно играть в них …

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AWHQ 43rd Anniversary August 7th

On Wednesday,  August 7th, SouthPop will hold an Armadillo World Headquarters birthday party from 7:09pm to 10pm.  Shiva’s Headband will provide live musical entertainment.  The Center will display photos and posters from the ‘Dillo… like a bunch of the staff photos.  Staff, musicians, friends and aficionados are all welcome to attend.  The Burton Wilson exhibit is on display and includes …

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Randy “Biscuit” Turner: The Real Punk Pioneer

View the exhibit online Randy “Biscuit” Turner is an iconic force of Punk Rock worldwide and Austin popular culture. Born in Gladewater, Texas, he was encouraged to create art and was drawn to the odd-ball, skate-punk culture of Austin where he and his friends formed the band The Big Boys. The Big Boys were innovative, sarcastic, and passionate in their …

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Peyote Dreams

From now until February 18, come check out Ken Featherston’s 1974 mural “Peyote Dreams.” The approximately 20-foot long mural was the Center’s first acquisition in 2004. Ask Henry to tell you how they got the mural in the museum! A selection of Ken’s concert posters will also be on display. Click on the slideshow below to check out some of …

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