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Exhibits

Current Exhibits

  • An Endless Connection

    Oct 01, 2020 - Dec 31, 2020

    An Endless Connection, a virtual exhibit by UTSA honors students, is a digital ofrenda commemorating Día de los Muertos. It explores the concept of Day of the Dead as a bridge between those who are living and those who have passed.

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Exhibit Events

Collections Blog

This blog is designed to make the ITC exhibits and collections more accessible to all audiences: source communities, students, the general public, educators, and research scholars. We hope that those who read it will be encouraged to share their own knowledge and experience with the objects and stories conveyed.

Collections Blog

Object: Stage Puppet

Jul 25, 2019

FIC2014.23 Stage Puppet Chinese 2007 Materials: Cloth, canvas, metal and ink   Dragons appear in multiple cultures around the world. ...

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UTSA Special Collections

Special Collections sustains the university’s teaching, research, and outreach mission by acquiring, preserving, and digitizing primary resources for use by students and scholars at UTSA and from around the world.

The ITC Special Collections Reading Room is open Monday through Wednesday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Collections are available for viewing at no charge, however, we recommend that you call (210) 458-2228 to make an appointment.

UTSA Special Collections

Oral History Program

For more than a quarter-century, ITC researchers have been collecting, transcribing, and sharing first-hand accounts of the lives of Texans. The extensive Oral History collection includes more than 900 personal remembrances of life and events that have built our state. These stories bring personal perspective to our exhibitions and classroom presentations. Most of the ITC Oral History Program collection is available as audio and text files through the UTSA Library Archives Special Collections website.

Do you have an important story to tell about

LIFE IN TEXAS?

Great stories about local history, folk arts, farming and ranching, ethnic traditions, small town life, immigration, or military service should be recorded for the future. We look forward to hearing from you!

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