Future Traditions Festival

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Future Traditions is a multimedia festival that explores digital technology as a collaborative tool for extending and facilitating traditional Latin American music and dance in the 21st century. The festival is a platform for creating new discourse around the intersections between technology, experimentation, and tradition while working toward cultural equity.

Future Traditions Festival culminates in an evening of discussions and performances at the Museum of Human Achievement on Friday May 3. Attendees can expect to indulge in curated collaborations between Austin-based traditional music and dance groups, as well as a range of multimedia artists.


4:30 PM to 6:30 PM - Roundtable Discussion
6:30 PM to 10:00 PM - Performances


Wache & Matthew Steinke
Oaxaca Arte en Movimiento
Natalia Rocafuerte
Afro-Caribbean Soul Collective
Las Raras
Efraín Rozas
José Martinez
DJ Set by Chulita Vinyl Club ATX with video by Natalia Rocafuerte

All events are free and open to the public. Future Traditions is supported by a Rainwater Innovation Grant, the Butler School of Music, College of Fine Arts, and Rest of the World Agency.