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November 27, 2021

Sightlines

New series spotlights artists who create work for the public realm

The Texas Society of Architects and the city of Austin's Art in Public Places program are pairing up to co-host a series of free quarterly lectures spotlighting artists and...

Neon Queen Collective makes its curatorial mark

No sooner did a trio of University of Texas art history graduate students decide to make official their idea for a curatorial collective then a buzz started percolating. In March...

FotoATX, a new Austin photography festival, launches

A nascent fine art photography festival has launched in Austin. Called FotoATX it is a collaboration between the city's Cultural Arts Division, the City’s Museum and Cultural Arts Centers of...

From Prokoviev to Pussy Riot

Our collaboration with KMFA 89.5 brings this interesting interview with the adventurous new recording project by cellist Matt Haimovitz and pianist and radio host Christopher O’Riley. Haimovitz and O'Riley's new...

UT-Austin sued for removing Confederate statues from campus grounds

By Alex Samuels, The Texas Tribune August 24, 2017 A Confederate heritage group sued the University of Texas at Austin on Thursday for removing several Confederate statues from its campus earlier...

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