- Armadillo Art SquadThe South Austin Popular Culture Center features the artwork of the infamous “Armadillo Art Squad” dating from the 1960s to today. These artists have garnered international acclaim for their influence upon rock art in the 1970s and the contemporary Austin culture. They continue to producer art in a variety of mediums, including the quintessential Austin art form, the poster. Old and new works by these celebrities will be displayed on a permanent basis along with periodic displays, including the numerous notable contemporary Austin artists. Click on the images and names below to learn more about the artist. Danny Garrett Nels Jacobson Guy Juke G.L. McElhaney
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RARE: An Exhibit of Hard To Find Concert Poster and Prints by Austin Poster Artists OPENING RECEPTION: Saturday, March 12 at 7:09pm RSVP HERE Featuring the Austin members of the American Poster Institute, the show will consist of oddities and rarities- all posters that are now unavailable. The artists will be present at the opening reception on Saturday, March 12. …
In a post late last year, Guardian (a UK paper) travel writer Steve Rose recommended a stop to the center while in Austin. “Austin is also a fine place to eat Tex-Mex, take in live music, shoot pool in a bar, visit the South Austin Popular Culture Center, or if you’re really feeling indie, loiter aimlessly in a huge, soulless …
This is Volume 1, Issue No. 21 of the Austin Sun, an alternative newspaper, from 1975. This issue includes an article written by the dapper Dave Moriaty about Janis Joplin. Articles like these will be on display at the South Austin Popular Culture Center Sept. 11, 2010 through Oct. 23, 2010. casino portfolio
This is Volume 1, Issue No. 18 of the Austin Sun, an alternative newspaper from 1975. This issue includes an article about Austin city leaders contemplating extending drinking hours to 2 a.m. Articles like these will be on display at the South Austin Popular Culture Center Sept. 11, 2010 through Oct. 23, 2010.
The Austin Sun, Terminal Edition, announces the next exhibit at the South Austin Popular Culture.
Now through August 28, an exhibit is on display at the South Austin Popular Culture Center that pays homage to the Vulcan Gas Company (that closed 40 years ago) and the Armadillo World Headquarters (that opened 40 years ago). Click here to read more about the Vulcan Gas Company and the Armadillo World Headquarters.
It’s time again for the annual celebration of the patron saint of 709, Eddy.