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Making Americans Think About Africa

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

“Artists Respond” panel to take up issues of place and displacement

On Nov. 15, "Sightlines Spoken: Artist Respond —Considering Place and Culture" will feature artists and...

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...

East Shifts: As Gentrification Continues to Change East Austin, So Shifts the East Austin Studio Tour

The East Austin Studio Tour is arguably the city’s largest art event. Add up the...

Upstream: Creek Show Launches Along a New Stretch of Waller Creek

Creek Show, the popular nighttime event of temporary light-based art installations, moves upstream this year. From...

Extended Play: For EAST, A Special New Music Mixer

With the New Music Mixer overlapping this month with the East Austin Studio Tour, Sightlines...

Sightlines Celebrates Its First Year!

Sightlines is celebrating its first year of publication! We've published 280 articles by 25 writers and we...

The Arts and Gentrification To Be First Topic of “Sightlines Spoken,” a New Public Program

Sightlines is proud to announce "Sightlines Spoken," a new public discussion series that will take...

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...

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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...

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...

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...

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...
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