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May 19, 2022

Sightlines

Texas Performing Arts unveils 2022-23 season, and a new slate of artists-in-residence

Texas Performing Arts unveiled it 2022-23 season of interdisciplinary performance, curated by executive and artistic director Bob Bursey. Dance Theatre of Harlem; South Africa's Vuyani Dance Theatre; Mexico's indigenous-centered Makuyeika...

“Field of Light” is the latest arty spectacle headed to Austin

The Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center is the latest locale for an arty entertainment designed to dazzle crowds. Come Sept. 9, some 28,000 solar-powered lights will be spread across 16...

A new documentary short tells the story Parque Zaragoza, the first public park for Austin’s Mexican American community

"Parque Zaragoza: Communidad, Cultura, y Resiliencia" is a new short documentary that offers a history of Austin's first public park for Austin’s Mexican American community. Produced by the city's Park...

aGLIFF hosts Pride month Mini Film-A-Thon

In celebration of Pride month, aGLIFF will host Pride Mini Film-A-Thon, a weekend of films and programming June 3–5. The mini-fest includes four feature films, one shorts program and a...

The Line-up: Seven exhibitions to see in May

The best and freshest of what to see in Austin galleries this month. In-Between Through May 22 Cloud Tree Studios & Gallery, 3411 E. Fifth St. cloudtreestudiosandgallery.com New work by eight Austin artists...

The Line-up: Five dance concerts not to miss

Austin choreographers step out this spring, a post-pandemic burst of creativity. Let's call it a dance party. Swan Lake: Ballet Austin May 6-8 Long Center for the Performing Arts Tickets: balletaustin.org Just in time...

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