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November 30, 2022

Luke Quinton

I'm a print+radio journalist in Austin, Texas, and St. John's, Newfoundland. I like to find stories about compelling characters in music, art, history and architecture, who are daring (or dared) to do something new. I write for the Austin American-Statesman, Gramophone, Maclean's, and I produce stories for fine radio programs Marketplace, NPR, & PRX.

Unexpected Elegance in the Landscape: Catherine Lee’s “The Ney Project”

When Catherine Lee’s angled bronze sculptures appeared in February on the grounds of the Elisabet Ney Museum, adjacent the historic Hyde Park castle-esque limestone building, they delivered a splash...

Stuart Hyatt pens a suite for Cave Without a Name

Sound-based artist Stuart Hyatt was searching the Texas Hill Country last year for a new project, audio recorder in hand, making tape of animals and other localized curiosities, when...

This app was made for walking — and walking, and walking

The new Austin Central Library came with plenty of baked-in public art, among the pieces, a handsome 3D diamond made of red jungle gym steel at the north entrance...

What is Steve Parker actually doing?

Steve Parker is waiting for grackles. Wearing an un-self conscious outfit of sandals, floppy hat — and 2008 vintage alt classical group "Bang On A Can!" T-shirt — he...

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