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San Antonio, Texas
Archaeology, Art, Children's, Culture, General, History, Library, University
The Institute of Texan Cultures is located in downtown San Antonio, a short walk from the Alamo and the River Walk. The complex features exhibits and displays that tell the stories of Texans.
San Antonio, Texas
Art, Culture, General, Specialized
The Institute of Mexico is the culmination of arduous work by the government of Mexico, through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs created in order to establish in the United States, a permanent cultural representation.
San Antonio, Texas
Art, Culture, History, Library
Built by educator Marion Koogler McNay in the 1920s, the Spanish Colonial Revival-style home opened as the first museum of modern art in 1954. Mrs. McNay believed that the experience of great art should be available to everyone. Today more than 100,000 visitors a year become captivated by magnificent works of art by 20th-century luminaries including Paul Gauguin, Vincent Van Gogh, Edward Hopper, Georgia O'Keeffe, Pablo Picasso, Jackson Pollock and Pierre-Auguste Renoir.
San Antonio, Texas
Art, Culture, History, Historic House, Library
With focus and great energy, the Southwest School of Art preserves visual art forms and cultural traditions, while offering comprehensive studio classes focused on innovative contemporary interpretations of those traditions.

Artistic excellence, community relevance, historic preservation and dynamic contemporary exhibitions are the school's guiding principals.
San Antonio, Texas
Art, Children's, Culture, History
Barney Smith, a former plumber, from Texas, has spent the last 30 years decorating toilet seats and setting up his unique toilet seat art museum.
San Antonio, Texas
Culture, General, History, Historic House
Villa Finale was the home of Walter Mathis, a leading preservationist in San Antonio, Texas. Walter Mathis is widely recognized as the catalyst for the revitalization of the King William neighborhood, now a National Register Historic District. In addition to his work in King William, Walter Mathis was an advocate for city and statewide historic preservation, as well as a civic and cultural leader.
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Richmond, Virginia

Riggs Ward Design (RWD) is an award-winning experience planning and design studio headquartered in historic Richmond, Virginia. Over the past 24 years, we have provided experience design, strategic master planning, interpretive planning, research, content analysis, and storyline development for museums, universities, corporations, and cultural institutions. RWD’s services also include exhibit ephemera, books, and fundraising campaign materials.

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St. Louis, Missouri
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