March 28, 2020
Juan Pablo González, Still from Las Nubes, 2017. HD video, color, sound. 20:40 min. Courtesy of the artist.

The Memory Exercises of Juan Pablo González

In the first gallery of Juan Pablo González’s exhibition at the University of Texas Visual Arts Center, "Cómo hago para recordar /What I do...
Sharon Maidenberg

Contemporary Austin names Sharon Maidenberg as Executive Director

The Contemporary Austin has named Sharon Maidenberg as its new executive director and CEO, museum officials announced today. Maidenberg has served as executive director of...
Laura Creed

Ballroom Marfa appoints Laura Creed as new Executive Director

Ballroom Marfa, the West Texas contemporary arts institution, has named Laura Creed as the organization's new executive director. Creed has served as director of development...
LINE Residency artists

Big Medium Picks Five Artists for this year’s LINE Residency

Five Austin artists have been selected to participate in the LINE Residency, a six-week opportunity for visual artists to have a private studio space...

SXSW Announces Its 2020 Art Program

SXSW announced its art program for 2020 recently. Among the nine international projects selected is "The Future is A Constant Wake," a six-minute video that's...
marchers line the horizon en route from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama. © 1965 Matt Herron, Courtesy CDEA.

Exhibition Celebrates Activist Photographers of the Civil Rights Movement

Emerging from student-led sit-ins at segregated lunch counters in 1960, the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee, or SNCC, was the principal organization through which black...

Still Water Foundation Gives $10 million to UT for Public Art,...

The Still Water Foundation gave $10 million to University of Texas with the Blanton Museum of Art and Landmarks, the university's public art program, each receiving $5 million

“The Pleasure of Making” makes Viewing a Pleasure

At ICOSA Collective, the exhibition "The Pleasure of Making" spotlights the work hobbyists and crafters

Virginia Lee Montgomery Reconciles With Hurricane Harvey

In an immersive installation at Lawndale Art Center, artist Virginia Lee Montgomery interprets her firsthand experience of the devastation wrought by Hurricane Harvey

Imagining Possible Futures

From the Museum of Contemporary Photography, an exhibition that reimagines fraught past, present, and future of the transnational black experience through an Afrofuturist lens

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