USHICON (Anime Convention for Adults 18+) | Feb. 6-8


USHICON, a Japanese animation convention for fans ages 18 and up, returns to the Wingate Inn & Conference Center in Round Rock, Texas, the weekend of Feb. 6-8. GUEST OF HONOR – CHUCK HUBER (Hiei in YuYu Hakusho, Stein in Soul Eater, Android 17 in Dragonball Z, Austria in Hetalia). Check website for registration details, guests, events and updates. #Austin #ATX

Wingate Inn & Conference Center

1209 North Interstate Highway 35

Round Rock, TX 78664

Community Marimba Party | Jan 31

Marimba Party Jan 2015

Join Rattletree School of Marimba for an evening of marimba music, friends, and a performance by SeVana Marimba! You’ll even get a chance to jump up and learn to play a song. You’ll be making music with your “band for the night” in no time. It’s #free, all ages, and everyone is welcome. BYOB. Feel free to bring a beverage or a meat-free offering to share. Saturday, January 31 | 7-9 pm | #Austin #ATX

Rattletree School of Marimba

2311 Thornton Rd Suite K

Austin, Texas 78704

Texas Premiere of THE DAUGHTER OF DAWN (1920) Screening & Panel | Jan 25


Texas Archive of the Moving Image and Austin Film Society host the Texas premiere of THE DAUGHTER OF DAWN (1920) on January 25, at The Marchesa Theatre. Considered lost for decades, this recently restored Texas-produced film stars an all-Native American cast of Kiowas and Comanches, including the son and daughter of legendary Comanche war Chief Quanah Parker. Immediately following the film, a panel featuring film scholars will discuss cinema and its representation of Native Americans, as well as archival and historical implications for celebrity and public memory. In 2013, THE DAUGHTER OF DAWN was named to the Library of Congress’ National Film Registry due to its historical and cultural significance, but the film has never been screened in its “home state”… until now. #Austin #ATX

Austin Film Society at The Marchesa

6226 Middle Fiskville Road

Austin, Texas 78752

Australia Day Party | Jan 25

Australia Day Party Jan 2015

The Austin Crows Aussie Rules Football Club hosts an Australia Day Party on Sunday, January 25, at the Austin Rugby Club, beginning at 12 pm. There will be a Cricket Game for all experience levels (noon), a Boomerang’s Pie-Eating Contest (3 pm), and a bouncy castle for the kids. The traditional Australia Day TRIPLE J HOTTEST 100 (most popular songs of 2014) will be played throughout the day. Parking is available at the Rugby Club. #Austin #ATX #AustraliaDay

Austin Blacks Rugby Club

6013 Loyola Lane

Austin, TX 78724

Planet Music: Dance Around the World | Jan 23

Planet Music Jan 2015

Austin Parks and Recreation Department kicks off its 2015 Season of Planet Music with Dance Around the World featuring performances and dance lessons by Austin International Folk Dancers, Afrique Gninze, The Love of China and Ballet Folklorico MariCruz. Live music by Korobushka. Dougherty Arts Center | Friday, January 23 | 7-9 pm | #Austin #ATX #Free

Dougherty Arts Center

1110 Barton Springs Road

Austin, TX 78704

Tango Night @ Esquina Tango Austin | Jan 10

Esquina Tango Night Jan 2015Every second Saturday of the month, Esquina Tango Cultural Society of Austin hosts Noche de Tango. Join Esquina on Saturday, January 10, for a mini crash tango class at 9:15 pm and milonga at 9:45 pm. $10 general admission; $7 for Esquina members and full-time university students. Esquina provides snacks. Bring your own beverage. #Austin #ATX

Esquina Tango Cultural Society of Austin

209 Pedernales Street

Austin, TX 78702

Faces and Places of Asia | Photography Exhibit by Rama Tiru | Opening Reception Jan 9

AARC Faces and Places of Asia

Opening reception for “Faces and Places of Asia,” a photography exhibit by Austin-based photographer Rama Tiru, takes place January 9, 2015, from 6-8 pm, at the Asian American Resource Center. On display January through March 2015. #Free #Austin #ATX

Asian American Resource Center

8401 Cameron Road

Austin, TX 78754