April 21, 2021

Jeanne Claire van Ryzin

An award-winning arts journalist, Jeanne Claire van Ryzin is the founder and editor-in-chief of Sightlines.

Sydney Yeager: Painting through the prism of a day, and a year of morning walks

The COVID-19 pandemic erased just about all casual socializing, hunkered down as we were in our homes and within our pods. Most mornings I walk my Blue Heeler to our...

For Austin, the Nancy Holt sculpture ‘Time Span’ bridges decades

Every April 5, when the afternoon sun hits the sculpture "Time Span" at the Contemporary-Laguna Gloria, a shadow of the sculpture’s steel wheel aligns around a plaque on the...

A Year In: Actor Marc Pouhé

The series ‘A Year In’ catches up with artists now that the coronavirus pandemic has reached its one-year mark. Austin actor Marc Pouhé masters the big characters of classical theater...

ICOSA Collective launches art project in small town of Bartlett

Four Austin artists — Aimée Everett, Emmy Laursen, Mark Menjivar and Jade Walker — have alighted to the small Central Texas town of Bartlett to use its empty historic...

A Year In: Theatre artist Jesús Valles

For the Austin writer and theatre artist, the pandemic has meant a year without stages and scene partners. And missing the much-loved small worlds of gay bars, the classroom and family

Lydia Street Gallery opens

As an artist and art therapist Deanna Miesch had long wanted some direct and tangible way to help other artists. A licensed practicing counselor, Miesch has operated her therapy...

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