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Body Memory: In “Figures,” A Quartet of Women Artists Examine Trauma and the Body

Two large vessels perch on top of cinder blocks in the entryway of DORF, the...

Steve Parker’s Surround Sounds

Steve Parker uses the two-car garage attached to his North Austin home as his studio....

War Games Reconsidered

You’re a little off-kilter when you approach the south entrance to the Flatbed Press building...

“Bernstein100Austin” Event Grants Its Proceeds to Collaborators

The Austin production in June of Leonard Bernstein’s "MASS: A Theatre Piece for Singers, Players,...

Looking Not Entirely Like Anything: Huma Bhabha’s “Other Forms of Life” Defies Categorization

Huma Bhabha could be described as part visual artist, part archeologist. She sifts through sources...

After City Arts Funding is Approved, Concerns Remain

Although the Austin City Council approved arts funding for the upcoming fiscal year at its...

Texas Book Festival Announces Full Schedule

The Texas Book Festival has solidified its 2018 schedule. Go to 2018 Festival Schedule to find...

Wittliff Acquires Tejano Music Archive

Texas State University's Wittliff Collections have acquired one of the largest known collections of Tejano...

What to Do with All the Matter in the World: Shanie Tomassini’s “Slippery Clump”

We’ve had an unusual spate of rain lately in Austin. Over the last several weeks,...
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Body Memory: In “Figures,” A Quartet of Women Artists Examine Trauma and the Body

Two large vessels perch on top of cinder blocks in the entryway of DORF, the...

Looking Not Entirely Like Anything: Huma Bhabha’s “Other Forms of Life” Defies Categorization

Huma Bhabha could be described as part visual artist, part archeologist. She sifts through sources...

Between the Sublime and Decay: Ann Wood’s “Quick and Quiet”

Isn’t that how you want to die? Quickly and quietly? Ann Wood returns to Austin with...

“Your Mother’s Copy of the Kama Sutra” — Enacting vulnerability in a poignant, comedic play about near-misses

What does it mean to be intimate with someone? To feel known, to be seen?...

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...

Steve Parker’s Surround Sounds

Steve Parker uses the two-car garage attached to his North Austin home as his studio....

Looking Not Entirely Like Anything: Huma Bhabha’s “Other Forms of Life” Defies Categorization

Huma Bhabha could be described as part visual artist, part archeologist. She sifts through sources...

The Story Behind A Story: Sarah Bird’s “Daughter of a Daughter of a Queen”

Recently, Sarah Bird celebrated the launch of her latest novel, "Daughter of a Daughter of...

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...
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