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September 26, 2020

Since You Asked: Icosa Collective’s “Are You Doing Your Part/In Your...

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“Are you doing your part/In your life?“ These are the words that greet you from a small photo on the wall, one of a pair...

Disrupting Practice: To Make a New Series of Sculpture, Tammie Rubin...

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On an already hot Texas summer morning, Tammie Rubin sets about mixing porcelain slip in her temporary ceramics studio. Rubin’s artistic work space is actually...

Selfie Art Playgrounds to Pop-up in Austin

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Austin is about to get two Instagram-ready attractions designed for the selfie-crazed and hashtag-obsessed. Earlier this summer, FOMO Factory announced that it would set up "Austin’s first immersive...

Dennis Nance Makes It Present: Curating in Galveston, Practicing Art Everywhere

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My first visit to Galveston happened one year ago on the invitation of Dennis Nance, the newly hired curator at the Galveston Arts Center....

Art? Instagram Moment? Bamboo Monolith? Who Cares — Just Enjoy the...

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Doug and Mike Starn’s “Big Bambú” has attracted a right melee of folks to the Museum of Fine Arts-Houston — I know because I...

Nicole Eisenman wins $200,000 Suzanne Deal Booth / FLAG Art Foundation...

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Nicole Eisenman is the winner of the 2020 Suzanne Deal Booth / FLAG Art Foundation Prize, the Contemporary Austin announced today. Eisenman receives a $200,000...

In a Joyful, Monumental Scale, Xavier Schipani Chases Trans Desires

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Xavier Schipani is clear about “Chasing Desire,” his solo exhibition on view at Lora Reynolds Gallery through Sept. 1 "I want my work to celebrate my...

The Austin History Center Wants Your Photos of Demonstrations and Protest

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Got photos of the 2017 Women's March in Austin? What about the local student walk-outs earlier this year in opposition to gun violence? With the...

Austin is a Finalist for $1 million Bloomberg Philanthropies Public Art...

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Austin is one of 14 cities in the running to receive as much as $1 million from the Bloomberg Philanthropies as part of the...

HOPE Outdoor Gallery at Carson Creek Now Opening Spring 2019

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The timeline for the relocation of the HOPE Outdoor Gallery has changed. HOPE Events, the nonprofit behind the graffiti park at West Eleventh and Baylor streets, announced...

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