March 6, 2021

Austin Film Society hosts virtual Middle East film series through March

The Austin Film Society is hosting a series of virtual screenings called the 'Children of Abraham/Ibrahim: Films of the Middle East and Beyond.' The films...

Film review: ‘Minari’ tugs at the heartstrings while celebrating the American dream

“Minari” is probably the most accessible subtitled film that you’ll ever watch. Although mostly in Korean, the film has a universal appeal. It’s about...

Creating a studio – and livestream — of his own, dance artist Michael J. Love taps through the pandemic

An at-home studio wasn't viable for the tap dancer as a pandemic alternative.

The Year of Living Separately

While 2020 ends, the story of the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on the arts and culture is hardly over.

Living Distance: The Pandemic Place Q&A with Gerardo Gandy and Project P A R K S P A C E

This exhibition wasn’t installed in a museum. Instead it opened this past summer as part of Austin’s parks infrastructure. It was composed of bright boxes...

A Good-bye to 2020: Introducing the Pandemic Place Questionnaire

Late one Friday night in May, I went for a rambling walk in my neighborhood, enjoying the late-night abstractions of streetlights and shadows transforming...

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