We are excited to bring the Texas Film Round-Up to Bastrop County from March 1 - 12! Dig up your family films and videos out of closets, sheds, or drawers and bring them to Bastrop, Elgin, or Smithville Public Library for free digitization!
TAMI is proud to present its new web exhibit that explores NASA's Apollo program by taking viewers on a journey to the Moon through Texas!
Our new lesson plan, TIMBER!, highlights the work of lumberjacks and millworkers, the importance of lumber to the Texas economy, and more! Learn about this industry that has helped shaped Texas' economy for over a century.
In October 2015, TAMI took its Texas Film Round-Up to Fort Worth. Now we are ready to 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.
TAMI needs your help to continue to provide Texas educators with free, useful, and engaging K-12 social studies lesson plans and activities. Please help us continue to improve our educator resources by responding to our short survey!
Help save our Texas film heritage before it is too late! See what the Texas Archive of the Moving Image is all about in this short video.
Special thanks to the Still Water Foundation for their support.