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January 16, 2019

Camiba Art Gallery to Relocate, and Reshape Its Practice

After three-and-a-half years in the East Austin’s Flatbed building, Camiba Art is relocating, and refiguring...

Placemaking & Displacement: A Public Dialogue

Join Sightlines, Big Medium and the Carver Museum 7 p.m. Jan. 17 for  “Placemaking and Displacement:...

A New Artistic Moment for the Lamar Underpass

When I meet up with Laurie Frick at “Data Tells a Story,” her vibrant mural...

On the Mark: PrintAustin 2019 Launches

Artists and printmakers Cathy Savage and Elvia Perrin launched the first PrintAustin in 2014 out...

Jennifer Holliday, Boz Scaggs and Conspirare Added to Final Texas Medal of Arts Honorees

After rolling the list of honorees in two previous announcements, the Texas Cultural Trust today announced the...

Ransom Center to Digitize Papers of LGBTQ Pioneers

British author Radclyffe Hall and her partner, artist Una Vincenzo, Lady Troubridge, are internationally recognized...

Craftsman Style Focus of Preservation Austin’s 2019 Homes Tour

The focus of this year's Preservation Austin Homes Tour? The Craftsman Style. On April 27, some seven...

Texas Book Festival Announces 2019 Dates

Pencil it in.  For its 24th year, the Texas Book Festival will be held October 26...

In the Texas State Capitol, an Exhibition Questions the Lack of Gun Control

As the 86th Texas Legislature gathers at the State Capitol this week, senators and representative...

Arts listings and venue guides

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...

In “A Bread Factory,” It’s Local Art Versus Globalization

Sprawling over four hours, Patrick Wang’s two-part film, “A Bread Factory,” is a marvelous yet...

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...

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...

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...
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