TEXAS CZECHS: Rooted In Tradition

Texas Czechs: Rooted in Tradition is a multimedia exhibition that celebrates the prevailing traditions of the Texas Czech community and is on display at the Dallas Public Library: J Erik Jonsson Central Library. Open 7 days a week. For location directions and hours visit their website or call 210-670-1400 Czech culture has played an instrumental role in shaping the iconic Texas landscape and its sights, sounds, and tastes can still be found throughout Texas on any given day. Like many immigrant groups, Czechs brought dance, food, language, music, and other cultural traditions with them. The Te...   read full post »

posted on 8/21/2016


SaddleUp - Texas Ranching and Tradition!

PolkaWorks is excited about our latest project SaddleUp—Texas Ranching and Tradition! —a celebratory survey and interpretive exhibition that depicts a contemporary story of Texas ranchers and their lifestyles. Texas ranchers have played an instrumental role in shaping American ranch prac...   read full post »

posted on 3/25/2015


The Grove, Texas

The story of the town – The Grove, Texas – is an important piece of Texas history. In 1972, Moody Anderson, a good-natured cowboy collector of offbeat treasures, bought an abandoned town located southeast of Gatesville, and brought it back to life. In the film The Grove, Texas Moody fac...   read full post »

posted on 1/20/2013


The Auctioneer Project

“Going, Going, Gone!–Story of the Auctioneer” is an educational film and exhibit that highlights the excitement of the auction process, the education of the professional auctioneer, and most importantly the advantages that an auction offers in the management of business and persona...   read full post »

posted on 1/20/2011