Trading Posts is the place where the Autry engages in an ongoing conversation with our audience, fans, members, visitors, and other curious souls regarding the art, objects, collections, activities, events, and history at the Autry National Center.
The Autry National Center’s libraries, the Braun Research Library and the Autry Library, together hold one of the nation’s most comprehensive book, archival, and artifact collections on Native American cultures and the history of the American West.
On the Autry Libraries Blog you will find frequent updates about our research collections, acquisitions, projects, fellowships, programs, services, and other activities. Links to the Autry National Center, the library catalogue, and our digital database, Collections Online, will allow you to access our library and museum collections.
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The Blog for Native Voices at the Autry focuses on the development and production of new works for the stage by Native American and First Nations playwrights with resources for playwrights, theatre news, artist interviews, and backstage sneak peeks.
Latin Jazz Sunday at the Autry
Experience an evening of playful music and rhythmic dancing with Cal State L.A.âs award-winning Afro Latin Ensemble. Directed by Dr. Paul De Castro, ...
Sunday, May 19, 2013 7:00 pm
Why History Matters
The latest in UCLAâs Why History Matters series, this panel discussion asks, What can we sayâin light of the history that Jews in the Los...
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 7:00 pm
Autry Farmers Market
Enjoy great organic produce, prepared foods, and a wonderful atmosphere at the Autry's new Saturday Farmers Market!
Saturday, May 25, 2013 8:00 am
Community Garden at the Mt. Washington Campus
Are you interested in gardening? Come join UCLA students and SCIC/American Indian Family Partnership staff Saturday mornings at the Mount Washington campus and...
Saturday, May 25, 2013 10:00 am
SIERRA SUE (1941) and SADDLE PALS (1947)
Two Gene Autry films are screened on the fourth Saturday of every month in the Imagination Galleryâs Western Legacy Theater.