Share your thoughts about what’s next for the Institute of Texan Cultures!
Survey is open through July 12.
Kudos to UTSA for managing an inclusive and transparent process in reimagining the museum of the future. This last community conversation survey is our opportunity to chime in on the three scenarios the Steering Committee has developed for the future location of the ITC. Make sure to have your voice heard!
Make Your Voice Heard
The ITC Centennial 2068 steering committee released its report detailing three distinct scenarios for the future of the ITC on June 14.
The university is seeking public input on those scenarios to help inform the future direction of the ITC. You can offer your feedback by reviewing the report and participating in the brief survey below.
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Thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts about the future of the Institute of Texan Cultures!
Why Your Participation Is Important
ITC Centennial 2068 offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for you and your fellow Texans to shape the way Texas preserves and shares the story of its rich culture.
What Others Are Saying
I am excited to have served on the ITC Centennial 2068 Steering Committee. This effort crystalized for me the importance of the ITC to Hemisfair and the community. The visioning process has been conducted with open, transparent and ongoing community-engaged dialogue—including three community surveys—to ensure all voices are heard and ideas incorporated. After the 3rd Community Conversation, which ends this coming mid-July, the Steering Committee will submit their final report to UTSA with three potential, feasible scenarios for the ITC museum of the future. The scenarios are conceptual and serve as a launching point for further exploration to move the process beyond the visioning phase.
This is a unique opportunity for San Antonians to have an influential voice in shaping the future of the ITC as the touchstone for Texas history and culture. I support UTSA’s efforts and their bold vision to think outside of the box and reimagine what a future Institute of Texan Cultures would look like 50 years from now and beyond!
Culture is a community’s DNA. We must continue to illuminate the story of Texas for future generations and expand awareness and appreciation for our unique cultural heritage by developing the institute’s research and storytelling power through innovative programming, immersive technology, and the exploration of topics at the intersection of culture and current events. The voice of the community is the first phase of reimagining this important beacon of culture: how do we want this museum of the future to look, and where should it live? We need your voice! I invite you to participate in the survey and contribute to this important conversation.