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February 15, 2019

In “Quilting the World’s Conscience,” human rights is interpreted in patchwork and piecing

Texas Folklife is hosting a touring exhibition, "Visioning Human Rights in the New Millennium: Quilting...

Gallery Shoal Creek to change business model, close brick-and-mortar gallery

Austin's longest continually operating art gallery will close its brick-and-mortar operations. Gallery Shoal Creek, which opened...

NEA awards Texas arts groups $1.27 million in latest round of grants

In the first of two fiscal year 2019 grant announcements, the National Endowment of the...

Gothic beauty: Alyssa Taylor Wendt’s “HAINT”

Haint blue graces the front porch ceiling of many a home in the Southern United...

Moody Foundation gives $20 million to Blanton Museum of Art

In one of the largest single donations Austin arts community, the Moody Foundation has donated...

Ephemeral moments: Yoonmi Nam and Amze Emmons at Grayduck Gallery

The works on paper by Yoonmi Nam and Amze Emmons, on view at Grayduck Gallery...

Preservation Austin releases latest audio tour, “Austin’s Postwar Boom”

Preservation Austin has just released the latest of its self-guided audio tours, an introduction to...

Blanton Museum Acquires Collection of Colonial Art from Spanish and Portuguese Americas

While it has long been recognized as a leader in collecting modern and contemporary Latin...

Fairly Reactionary: Hyperreal Film Club’s Video Zines

A husky construction worker pours a foaming liter of Diet Coke all over his hairy...

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Ephemeral moments: Yoonmi Nam and Amze Emmons at Grayduck Gallery

The works on paper by Yoonmi Nam and Amze Emmons, on view at Grayduck Gallery...

Gabriel Jason Dean’s new play “Heartland” demands a reckoning — and models healing

Where do Hemingway, Anne Frank, and Rumi meet to chat geopolitics over chai? "Heartland" continues through...

Cacophony on Canvas: Rebecca Morris Strives for Discord at the Blaffer

In 2006, Rebecca Morris caused a stir with “Manifesto: For Abstractionists and Friends of the...

Mike’s “Fully Curated Timeshare” — Michael Smith at Museo Jumex

The Museo Jumex is plopped in the center of Mexico City’s Plaza Carso, a sleek...

A Socratic Lullaby: Golden Hornet’s “The Sound of Science”

Golden Hornet’s newest project is equal parts hopeful, transcendental, and depressing — which is everything...

Natural/Synthetic/Human: Tammie Rubin’s “Everything You Ever”

A familiarity and fondness for sculptor Tammie Rubin’s portfolio, and a sharp eye, allows you...

Gothic beauty: Alyssa Taylor Wendt’s “HAINT”

Haint blue graces the front porch ceiling of many a home in the Southern United...

Fairly Reactionary: Hyperreal Film Club’s Video Zines

A husky construction worker pours a foaming liter of Diet Coke all over his hairy...

Rachel Winston: Archives as Activism

Rachel Winston is an Austin-based activist, curator, and archivist. She graduated with a BA in...

Austin School is Bestowed With A New Mural

In the cafeteria of Cunningham Elementary School in South Austin students used to be greeted...

Always Changing: Fernando A. Flores On Writing Fiction That’s Totally Fictive

Fernando A. Flores first book, the short story collection "Death to the Bullshit Artists of...

Kendra Fortmeyer: Telling Stories Worth Telling

Kendra Fortmeyer won a 2017 Pushcart Prize for her story, “Things I Know to Be...
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