Matthew McConaughey, Mark Seliger, and Trenton Doyle Hancock Will Be Honored at the TMAA, February 26-27, 2019
2019, in Austin, Texas. Following the reveal of honorees including fashion designer Brandon Maxwell, author and screenwriter Stephen Harrigan, architects Craig Dykers and Elaine Molinar and the Vidal M. Treviño School of Communications and Fine Arts earlier this month, the Trust has revealed the names of three more distinguished Texans to receive the Texas Medal of Arts Award in 2019. read more
Ito Deutsch of McAllen, Renard Johnson of El Paso and Gay Gaddis and Darrell Windham of Austin Join the Texas Non-Profit’s Board of Directors
The Texas Cultural Trust announced today the first honorees for the tenth biennial Texas Medal of Arts Awards (TMAA) taking place February 26- 27, 2019, in Austin, Texas.
The Texas Cultural Trust recently announced dates for their signature Texas Medal of Arts Awards (TMAA) taking place on February 26-27, 2019, in Austin, Texas.
awards program, the Texas Cultural Trust has tapped JHL to produce Texas’ most prestigious art and culture celebration and the organization’s largest fundraising event. read more
More Than 30 of the State’s Top Academics, Educators, Advocates, Philanthropists and Leaders in Arts and Education Assemble to Describe Arts Education Access
Tenth Biennial Event Spotlights Leaders and Luminaries of the Arts in Texas and Furthers the Trust’s Mission to Support the Arts and Promote its Impact on Education, the Economy and the Way of Life in Texas
Texas Cultural Trust’s signature and star-studded event, the Texas Medal of Arts Awards (TMAA), will return to Austin, Texas, in its tenth biennial year, on Tuesday and Wednesday, February 26–27, 2019, and will be held at various venues across the city including The Blanton Museum of Art and The Long Center for the Performing Arts.