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 Resource Type: Text
 Decade: 2000-2009
 Collection: Texas Cultures Online
[Award to John N. Igo]

[Award to John N. Igo]

Date: August 2000
Creator: unknown
Description: Photocopied award presented to John Igo for his contributions in local community theatre. The document was presented by S.T.A.G.E. and the American Association of Community Theatre. The award copy was then sent to Sterling Houston according to an accompanying envelope.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
Black & Blue: Four Hundred Years of Struggle and Transcendence

Black & Blue: Four Hundred Years of Struggle and Transcendence

Date: 2003~
Creator: Houston, Sterling
Description: This manuscript by Sterling Houston is a short play about the struggles and triumphs of African-Americans in the United States and, in particular, Texas over a period of four hundred years. The play features writing by Sterling Houston interwoven with both live and and recorded musical performances, poetic excerpts, and direct quotations from legal documents and decrees.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
Cameoland: A memory play with music

Cameoland: A memory play with music

Date: 2002
Creator: Houston, Sterling
Description: This manuscript by Sterling Houston is a short musical play about the history of the African-American community in San Antonio, Texas prior to integration.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
[Cathy Crimmins Book Review by Katie Grinch]

[Cathy Crimmins Book Review by Katie Grinch]

Date: 2004
Creator: Grinch, Katie
Description: Review of the Cathy Crimmins book - How the Homosexuals Saved Civilization: The True and Heroic Story of How Gay Men Shaped the Modern World - by Katie Grinch. She gives several bullet points on how gay culture has influenced mainstream culture, as pointed out in the book. The last page is an excerpt from Crimmins' book.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
[The Cultural Collaborative Plans and Itineary]

[The Cultural Collaborative Plans and Itineary]

Date: 2002
Creator: unknown
Description: Typed documents on The Cultural Collaborative (TCC): A Community Plan for San Antonio's Creative Economy. Established as a committee composed of arts and cultural leaders in San Antonio, the TCC's job was to develop and cultivate San Antonio's creative industry. The documents have various bullet points and strategies on ways this can be done. The last page is a schedule of events that span from December 2002 to January 2004.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
[FedEx Receipts Between Artie Smoote and Sterling Houston]

[FedEx Receipts Between Artie Smoote and Sterling Houston]

Date: 2001-12/2002-06
Creator: unknown
Description: FedEx receipts signed between Sterling Houston and Artie Smoote. There is no mention of what kind of package was sent, however the information includes a five-hundred-dollar declared value. The documents vary in date, and the exchange appears to have occurred over a span of more than a year. Two mailing labels have been included, on a translucent piece of paper. The addresses of the two men and their corresponding companies have been hand-written on the back of the labels.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
[Mario Marcel Salas Card Advertising Election Bid]

[Mario Marcel Salas Card Advertising Election Bid]

Date: 2002
Creator: unknown
Description: Flyer for Mario Marcel Salas created during his election bid for county commissioner precinct 4. The front page shows a family portrait of himself, wife (Edwina Salas), and his two daughters. The back of the card lists his background, platform, and some of his accomplishments.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
[Mario Marcel Salas Voting Promotional Flyer]

[Mario Marcel Salas Voting Promotional Flyer]

Date: 2002
Creator: unknown
Description: Flyer for Mario Marcel Salas created during his election bid for county commissioner precinct 4. The card shows a family portrait of Mr. Marcel with his wife, Edwina Salas, and two daughters. Printed text on the bottom discloses religious affiliation and political viewpoints.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at San Antonio
[Pamphlet: "Los Hílos De Oaxaca, an Exhibition on Traditional Textiles" Family Guide]

[Pamphlet: "Los Hílos De Oaxaca, an Exhibition on Traditional Textiles" Family Guide]

Date: 2006
Creator: Hernandez, Alberto McKelligan & Richter, Lacey
Description: Family guidebook that details an exhibition that was presented by the Mexic-Arte Museum entitled, "Los Hílos De Oaxaca [The Threads of Oaxaca], an Exhibition on Traditional Textiles". The front cover features a large photograph of an embroidered flower as well as the exhibition title in a script typeface above. The English translation of the name is also included in uppercase letters along with the subheading "A Family Guide" and the exhibition dates. The inside cover of the guidebook includes a list of all the contributors that worked on an aspect of the exhibition. The first page features an introductory paragraph that describes the nature and meaning of the exhibition. The rest of the guide consists of headings that describe either indigenous Hispanic cultures or inspired Hispanic textile artists. Each heading is followed by passages that explain the subject further in depth and as it relates to the exhibition. There is a simple map of several tribal boundaries on pages four and five of the guide. Page 19 is dedicated to explaining ancient "Textile Techniques & Dying Methods", and is accompanied by a labelled diagram of a loom on page 18. The last two pages of the guidebook contain two interactive ...
Contributing Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum
[Postcard: Iker Larrauri: Ikerkinesis]

[Postcard: Iker Larrauri: Ikerkinesis]

Date: 2000
Creator: unknown
Description: Postcard for an exhibit at the Mexic-Arte Museum entitled "Ikerkinesis", which celebrates the art of Mexican artist Iker Larrauri. On one side of the flyer, two of Larrauri's drawings frame a short write-up about the artists' style and influences, as well as basic event information. The opposite side of the flyer features a copy of an original silkscreen print by Larrauri and some information about purchasing a copy of the print.
Contributing Partner: Mexic-Arte Museum