TAMI Presents "La Frontera Fluida - The Fluid Border," a new web exhibit that explores the Texas-Mexico border through film, examining not only the varied experiences of its residents but also its place within the mythology of Texas.
TAMI took the Texas Film Round-Up to Galveston in June! To celebrate, we are showing off a few of our best Gulf-Coast finds brought to us by our event partner, the Rosenberg Library. Pack your beach bag—it is time to take a trip to the Oleander City!
Drawing on the films featured in TAMI's web exhibit, "A Journey to the Moon through Texas," this lesson explores the U.S. space program during the 1960s and focuses on the role of the Manned Spacecraft Center in Texas.
In October 2015, TAMI took its Texas Film Round-Up to Fort Worth. Here, we share some of the standout films we collected! Click here to see Shirley Caesar, Bob Lilly, and Congressman Jim Wright in Ft. Worth!
In TAMI's K-12 activity History in Your Own Backyard, students use home movies to learn about their communities, researching their hometown, county, and region of the state to examine how it changed over the past 50-100 years.
Special thanks to the Still Water Foundation for their support.