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September 23, 2018

New Music Co-op’s Bound Together

Austin's New Music Co-op typically stages small concerts in untraditional venues — on the tiny...

“Kusama: Infinity” Reveals the Artist Behind the Wildly Popular Art

Yayoi Kusama has been making art since the 1950s. But it’s only in the last...

Warps and Wefts in Time: Ana Esteve Llorens Channels Memory into Cloth

The exhibition catalogue from Ana Esteve Lloren’s solo show at Las Cruxes, “Correspondence,” reads like...

Arts Commission to Consider Using Reserve Fund to Make-up Shortfalls

Emotions — and confusion — ran high at an Austin Arts Commission meeting last night...

Austin Arts Groups Angered As City Announces Cuts to Funding

Arts groups in Austin are furious with the city’s Cultural Arts Division latest funding recommendations...

Study: Austin/Round Rock — and Fredericksburg — Make the List of Nation’s Most Vibrant Communities

A recent study by SMU’s DataArts ranks the Austin/Round Rock area — and Fredericksburg —camong the...

Look, and Touch: Terra Goolsby’s Slick Sculptures Dazzle at Dimension Gallery

The title for Terra Goolsby’s showing of new work at Dimension Gallery, “Black Rainbow,” derives...

Lisa B. Thompson’s “Monroe” Celebrates Courage

A tragicomedy by local playwright and University professor Lisa B. Thompson, "Monroe" opened at Austin Playhouse...

Full Circle: A New Vision for an Iconic Austin Mural

In 1992, two young local artists, Robert Herrera and Oscar Cortez, began transforming a 700-square...
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Warps and Wefts in Time: Ana Esteve Llorens Channels Memory into Cloth

The exhibition catalogue from Ana Esteve Lloren’s solo show at Las Cruxes, “Correspondence,” reads like...

Look, and Touch: Terra Goolsby’s Slick Sculptures Dazzle at Dimension Gallery

The title for Terra Goolsby’s showing of new work at Dimension Gallery, “Black Rainbow,” derives...

Lisa B. Thompson’s “Monroe” Celebrates Courage

A tragicomedy by local playwright and University professor Lisa B. Thompson, "Monroe" opened at Austin Playhouse...

Excavating Disappearance: ‘The Madres’ Uncovers One Family’s Story of Argentina’s Dirty War

Playwright Stephanie Alison Walker has not assumed that her audience is familiar with the Dirty...

Parking Lots, Pools, and Palm Trees: From Ed Ruscha’s Archive a Sweeping, and Revealing, Exhibition

Context and circumstance matter. And with “Ed Ruscha: Archaeology and Romance” the new exhibition on...

Growth Spurt: The Contemporary’s Crit Group Emboldens Artists to Experiment

The act of critique — crit, if you will — is a staple of university...

The Writing Life: Carrie Fountain, On Tackling New Genres

New Mexico native Carrie Fountain has spent the last decade establishing herself as a talent...

Natalie George Sees the Light

In the middle of a dark night last year, Natalie George was wide awake and...

Archiving Black Dance: Gesel Mason Preserves, and Dances, the Work Of African American Choreographers

Dancer and choreographer Gesel Mason never set out to be an archivist, but for the...

Disrupting Practice: To Make a New Series of Sculpture, Tammie Rubin Makes Her Art-Making Public

On an already hot Texas summer morning, Tammie Rubin sets about mixing porcelain slip in...

Dennis Nance Makes It Present: Curating in Galveston, Practicing Art Everywhere

My first visit to Galveston happened one year ago on the invitation of Dennis Nance,...

Making New Theater From Other Artists’ Unfinished Business

Austin playwright Elizabeth Doss is fond of messing with history. Last year, Doss re-told the story of...
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