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12-13-18 – Armadillo Christmas Bazaar

Can you believe it’s already that time of year again?? Here at SouthPop we’re gearing up for our annual appearance at the Austin’s Arts Institution, The Armadillo Christmas Bazaar. We’ll have vintage posters for sale, photos by artists such as Bob Zink and Ken Hoge, paintings, coffee mugs by our good friend Sam Hurt of Eyebeam comics, CDs by local old …

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Elbow Grease: The Art of Jon Narum, Nic Russell, and Sam Yeates

SouthPop’s 2017-2018 exhibition season kicks off with Elbow Grease: The art of Jon Narum, Nicholas Russell, and Sam Yeates – paintings created by three artists who have been involved in the music scene since the early 1970s. Narum, Yeats, and Russell have been mainstays of the Austin art and music scene for 40+ years. Their fine art and design will …

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Ken Hoge: Man on a Mission

South Austin Popular Culture Center Presents Ken Hoge: Man on a Mission   Ken Hoge began his professional photography career as a music journalist during his years as a student at the University of Texas at Austin. As a freelance and staff photographer for the Austin Sun (the predecessor to the Austin Chronicle) he covered the heady Austin music scene …

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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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A Fusion Of Country Culture

Central Texas Dance Halls

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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Burton Wilson Exhibit Preview

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Burton Wilson: What He Saw

View a Portion of the Exhibit Online View Photos From the Event The South Austin Popular Culture Center takes special pleasure in announcing the next exhibit: Burton Wilson’s Photographs.  Born in 1919, in Vermont, Burton Wilson attended the Rhode Island School of Design and later moved to Dallas. After serving in the US Army during World War II, Burton returned …

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Van Brooks Photographs: What I’ve Seen

If you weren’t able to come out to the opening, you can still get a glimpse into the past with the slideshow below. You can also still come in to the center and view the work until December 23.

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Soap Creek Saloon Retrospectacle: 1973 to 1985

George and Carlyne Majewski invite you to the September opening of an exhibit at the South Austin Popular Culture Center featuring Soap Creek Saloon. Saturday, Sept. 3 come to the South Austin Popular Culture Center to see posters, photographs, newspaper articles and ephemera from one of Austin’s favorite music venues. Starting at 7:09 p.m. there will be entertainment by Lissa …

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