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Graham Reynolds’ Water Science

Though widely known for his narrative-based music — sweeping scores for films, theater and ballets,...

Dreaming of Our Abuelitos: “YLA 23” at Mexic-Arte Museum Explores Border Identity

Growing up on the border of any two countries leads to early political awareness. That's...

Since You Asked: Icosa Collective’s “Are You Doing Your Part/In Your Life?”

“Are you doing your part/In your life?“ These are the words that greet you from a...

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...

Selfie Art Playgrounds to Pop-up in Austin

Austin is about to get two Instagram-ready attractions designed for the selfie-crazed and hashtag-obsessed. Earlier this summer,...

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,...

New Music Mixer: Innversion Ensemble

Austin’s Inversion Ensemble is a choral collective made up of composers and singers who perform...

Nominations Sought for Texas State Artists, Poet Laureate

The Texas Commission on the Arts is seeking nominations for the positions of 2019 and...

Art? Instagram Moment? Bamboo Monolith? Who Cares — Just Enjoy the Walk

Doug and Mike Starn’s “Big Bambú” has attracted a right melee of folks to the...
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Dreaming of Our Abuelitos: “YLA 23” at Mexic-Arte Museum Explores Border Identity

Growing up on the border of any two countries leads to early political awareness. That's...

Since You Asked: Icosa Collective’s “Are You Doing Your Part/In Your Life?”

“Are you doing your part/In your life?“ These are the words that greet you from a...

Art? Instagram Moment? Bamboo Monolith? Who Cares — Just Enjoy the Walk

Doug and Mike Starn’s “Big Bambú” has attracted a right melee of folks to the...

In a Joyful, Monumental Scale, Xavier Schipani Chases Trans Desires

Xavier Schipani is clear about “Chasing Desire,” his solo exhibition on view at Lora Reynolds Gallery...

In Fort Worth, from Murakami to Meta-ish

While Facebook friends traipse through Europe delighting in their medieval churches and Renaissance masters, I...

“Right Here, Right Now: San Antonio” Locates a Vibrant Arts Center

A red light paints the floor of an enclosed gallery space, creating an ominous foundation...

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...

A Haunting Call to Action, and to History: Vincent Valdez’s “The City”

Artist Vincent Valdez visited Austin in 2015 to see the exhibition "Witness: Art and Civil...

Caroline Reck Builds a Theater of Objects and Ideas

Caroline Reck builds worlds. As the artistic director of Glass Half Full Theatre, her specialty is...

Sydney Yeager: A Willingness to Take What is Immediately Given

They say change is inevitable, but it can be scary. The Austin-based painter Sydney Yeager...
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