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March 20, 2019

Flatbed Press Prepares to Move

After 20 years as an anchor of East Austin’s arts landscape, Flatbed Press is preparing to head a new home. Come June, the nationally-regarded fine...

Camiba Art Gallery to Relocate, and Reshape Its Practice

After three-and-a-half years in the East Austin’s Flatbed building, Camiba Art is relocating, and refiguring its art business practice in the process. Gallery owner Troy...

A New Artistic Moment for the Lamar Underpass

When I meet up with Laurie Frick at “Data Tells a Story,” her vibrant mural installation along the Lamar Boulevard Underpass, she is carrying...

On the Mark: PrintAustin 2019 Launches

Artists and printmakers Cathy Savage and Elvia Perrin launched the first PrintAustin in 2014 out of a seemingly obvious, though ultimately profound, realization. With several...

In the Texas State Capitol, an Exhibition Questions the Lack of...

As the 86th Texas Legislature gathers at the State Capitol this week, senators and representative will be greeted by "Assemble to Disassemble" an installation...

Natural/Synthetic/Human: Tammie Rubin’s “Everything You Ever”

A familiarity and fondness for sculptor Tammie Rubin’s portfolio, and a sharp eye, allows you to recognize that the inner skeletons of her moss...

Francesca Consagra, 1958-2018

Francesca Consagra, curator emerita at the Blanton Museum of Art, passed away Dec. 15 after a long battle with ovarian cancer, the museum announced...

Helen Frankenthaler Foundation Donates Prints, and $25,000, to Blanton Museum

The Helen Frankenthaler Foundation has donated 16 artworks and $25,000 to the Blanton Museum of Art, part of a larger initiative of the foundation...

More Than One Thing: Lise Ragbir

Lise Ragbir is a writer, curator and Director of the Art Galleries at Black Studies at the University of Texas at Austin. In 2017, she...

The Fiction of Image Making: Sarah Canright Transcends Subject

Former Arthouse Executive Director Sue Graze may tell you she’s retired, but she’s not sitting at home, knitting or stamp collecting. No shade on...