Multicultural Activities Weekly Highlights: January 20-26, 2019
Octavitas with Los Reyes Magos – Puerto Rican Cultural Center
Native America: New World Rising – Film Screening and Conversation
On Wednesday, January 23, the Bullock Texas State History Museum will be showing Native America: New World Rising. This PBS documentary series Native America explores the splendor and ingenuity of the world created by America’s First Peoples. Combining modern science with Native knowledge, the series shines a spotlight on these ancient cultures and the communities that still thrive today. For more information, visit the calendar.
2019 Latinx Theatre Commons Theatre for Young Audiences – Sin Fronteras Festival and Convening
Teatro Vivo, the Latinx Theatre Commons, and the University of Texas at Austin, proudly present the 2019 Theatre for Young Audiences (TYA) Sin Fronteras Festival and Convening. The Festival will share five TYA plays from the US and Latin America with children from throughout Central Texas, with daytime performances for schools, and additional performances open to the public. A concurrent LTC Convening will also gather artists, scholars, and educators from across the Americas to experience theatre with young people, and consider the needs and incredible capacities of our future audiences and theatre artists. The festival runs from January 24 – January 26. For more information, visit the calendar.
Visit BookPeople on Saturday, January 26, for MamaLingua storytime. Hear Simon Goes to School and enjoy some planned activities. For more information, visit the calendar.
Cienfuegos – Live Performance at Central Market Westgate
On Saturday, January 26, enjoy live music on the patio with Latin group Cienfuegos at Central Market Westgate. For more information, visit the calendar.
Ongoing Events for January
Choose from many options for bilingual storytimes and cultural clubs ongoing at many libraries in and around the greater Austin area. You can find more information on the multicultural event calendar.