A Day of Culture, Connections, and Creativity.
Texas State University invites you to support The Wittliff Collections Festival, a one-day event celebrating the unbridled imagination of Texas and the Southwest. All proceeds will be used to acquire important collections that preserve our region’s creative culture. When you become a festival sponsor, you’re not simply supporting an event. You’re guarding a Texas treasure that John Spong of Texas Monthly called “the world’s finest repository of Southwestern writing, photography, and culture.” Watch a short video about the festival here.
A limited number of tables, VIP sponsorships, and individual tickets are available. For information, contact Senior Director of Development Ramona Kelly at 512-245-5154 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Robert Earl Keen
Big Names and Great Times.
One of the premier cultural events of 2020, The Wittliff Collections Festival Gala at ACL Live will feature intimate performances by two musical legends, as well as live and silent auctions with rare treasures from the Lonesome Dove miniseries and many other auction items.
Four Panel Discussions: Film, Photography, Writing, Music
A full day of panel discussions at the W Austin Hotel will honor talented and distinctive voices in film, photography, writing, and music whose work captures the Southwest’s unique “Spirit of Place.” Seating is available to sponsors and table guests on a first-come, first-served basis. Ten minutes prior to the start of each panel, unclaimed seats will be released to the general public.
Remembering Bill Wittliff, 1940-2019
The world lost a treasure when Bill Wittliff passed away on June 9, 2019. The inaugural Wittliff Collections Festival will honor Bill’s vision and creative spirit.