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Why Bernstein Matters in 2018

The classical music world is fond of celebratory anniversaries. And with 2018 the 100th anniversary...

Austin Celebrates Leonard Bernstein’s 100th En Masse

Austin joins the centenary of Leonard Bernstein's birth this year in a manner most fitting...

Facing the Condemned: Lucky Pierre Collective Brings its ‘Final Meals’ To Texas

At the opening reception for “Final Meals,” a recent show at Testsite, Michael Thomas, one...

‘Empress of Gulf Coast Soul’ Barbara Lynn Wins NEA National Heritage Fellowship

Beaumont R&B legend Barbara Lynn — aka "the Empress of Gulf Coast Soul" — has...

Texas Book Festival Announces First Slate of Authors

The Texas Book Festival announced the first 15 authors who will appear at the October...

Ann Hamilton Installation at UT Nets Public Art Award

A multi-pronged public art work by Ann Hamilton commissioned by the University of Texas' Landmarks...

Today’s Australian Aboriginal Artists Uproot Ancestral Stories

With new and easy access to DNA testing, finding out about one’s ancestry is all...

Texas Book Festival Names 2018 Poster Artist

The Texas Book Festival today announced that Austin-based painter Valerie Fowler is the festival 2018...

In a Political World, Density512 Persists

When was the last time you gained a new political perspective without a screen eight...
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Today’s Australian Aboriginal Artists Uproot Ancestral Stories

With new and easy access to DNA testing, finding out about one’s ancestry is all...

GenEnCo’s ‘Carmen’ Reinvents and Reclaims the Exotic

"Carmen," the opera from which Generic Ensemble Company has adapted this play, maintains enormous cultural...

Will it Play in Austin? ‘Vaudeville!’ at the Ransom Center

“In vaudeville, ‘there is always something for everybody,’ just as in every state and city,...

Theatre En Bloc hits the Sweet Spot in a Comedy About Motherhood with Dark Edges

Theatre en Bloc’s regional premiere of Molly Smith Metzler’s "Cry It Out" is not the “feel-good,”...

It’s About the Clogs: Wunderbaum’s “The History of My Stiffness”

When people hear the word “Dutch” they almost certainly picture the classic wooden shoe, the...

Bucky Miller and The Toad

Walking up to the Austin apartment complex where artist Bucky Miller lives, the stirrings of...

Sydney Yeager: A Willingness to Take What is Immediately Given

They say change is inevitable, but it can be scary. The Austin-based painter Sydney Yeager...

Oscar Casares: On Writing A Story About Stories

In his books "Brownsville: Stories" (2008) and "Amigoland" (2010), Brownsville native Oscar Casares breathes life into the...

Bucky Miller and The Toad

Walking up to the Austin apartment complex where artist Bucky Miller lives, the stirrings of...

Reshuffling the Deck: Selina Thompson Asks 1,000 Questions in ‘Race Cards’

Selina Thompson is an award-winning artist based in Leeds who has worked across the UK...

Dance Staying Woke: Charles O. Anderson’s choreography bears witness

Charles O. Anderson is an Austin-based dancer, choreographer, and educator. He is head of the...

Weaving light: In her newest photographic work, Elizabeth Chiles embraces serenity

No one can accuse Elizabeth Chiles of being superficial. The Austin-based artist invests a great...
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