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December 15, 2018

High Line Public Art Project Coming to Austin, Houston

Austin is one of five cities to participate in a new public art initiative coming...

Amy Gentry: Being Awake in Paranoid World

Amy Gentry is a novelist and critic whose debut novel "Good as Gone" was a New York...

A Mad Leader Sings — And Shrieks Like a Bird

Most Americans are probably familiar with King George III as a figure from childhood history...

Helen Frankenthaler Foundation Donates Prints, and $25,000, to Blanton Museum

The Helen Frankenthaler Foundation has donated 16 artworks and $25,000 to the Blanton Museum of...

More Than One Thing: Lise Ragbir

Lise Ragbir is a writer, curator and Director of the Art Galleries at Black Studies...

The Urgency of Making New Dance

Kathy Dunn Hamrick's favorite phrase of late is "let's go." "I feel like my desire to...

Grageriart Goes Shopping

In 2016, Austin composer Peter Stopschinski headed to Melbourne, Australia, where his arrangement of Verdi's...

Austin Playhouse Receives $1 Million Donation to Build a New Theater

Call it a deus ex machina within the drawn-out and convoluted saga of Austin's arts venue...

The Fiction of Image Making: Sarah Canright Transcends Subject

Former Arthouse Executive Director Sue Graze may tell you she’s retired, but she’s not sitting...

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Grageriart Goes Shopping

In 2016, Austin composer Peter Stopschinski headed to Melbourne, Australia, where his arrangement of Verdi's...

The Fiction of Image Making: Sarah Canright Transcends Subject

Former Arthouse Executive Director Sue Graze may tell you she’s retired, but she’s not sitting...

Hitting Refresh: The Menil Collection Renovates, And Expands

It’s been a big year for the Menil Collection. The Houston art museum’s primary building underwent...

Making Americans Think About Africa

The most comprehensive exhibition yet on contemporary design from Africa comes from Germany. “Making Africa: A...

Channeling the Voices of Ferguson in “Until the Flood”

Theatre en Bloc’s latest offering, “Until the Flood” by Dael Orlandersmith, re-examines the 2014 shooting...

Extremes and Commonalities: The Art of Buster Graybill and Jasmyne Graybill

At the Galveston Arts Center, Jasmyne Graybill’s solo exhibition "Cultivate" is upstairs, in a small...

Amy Gentry: Being Awake in Paranoid World

Amy Gentry is a novelist and critic whose debut novel "Good as Gone" was a New York...

More Than One Thing: Lise Ragbir

Lise Ragbir is a writer, curator and Director of the Art Galleries at Black Studies...

Breaching Stereotypes: In Vivid, Complex Staged Scenes Derick Whitson Creates New Narratives

The Galveston Artist Residency is a gem of a program hidden away on Galveston Island,...

Chaitali Sen: On Breaking Down the Borders In Your Mind

Chaitali Sen is a writer and educator based in Austin, Texas. Her debut novel, "The...

Forging New Sounds: Composer Nina Young Crafts Sonic Environments

There’s a new composer in town, and she’s already making her mark on the Austin...

The Meaning of An Animal in the World: An Interview with Kiki Smith

In preparation for an interview with Kiki Smith on her recent show at Bale Creek...
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