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March 20, 2019

Risley, Hauft to leave UT art department

Jack Risley, professor of studio art and chair of the University of Texas' Department of Art and Art History is stepping down, the UT...

Can paper be a body?

Punctuality pays off at Janine Antoni’s "Paper Dance." Audience members who arrive early to the Contemporary Austin's Jones Center catch Antoni carefully unwrapping and staging...

The melting Arctic is the subject of photographs — and an...

Louie Palu is an award-winning photographer and documentary filmmaker who, on assignment for National Geographic, made numerous trips to the Arctic to capture how...

Nic Nicosia’s total feeling

Artists get typecast. By the mid-1980s Dallas-based artist Nic Nicosia had received considerable attention for his staged, conceptual photographs — suburban tableaux that Nicosia cast...

Wired sounds: Not your typical audiobooks

The traditionally passive act of reading is finally getting the jolt of suspense — and individual direction — that you never knew it needed. “Wires”...

Looking for people with Hedwige Jacobs

“All this must go into a letter,” wrote poet John Ashbery, in “The Skaters.” “Also the feeling of being lived, looking for people, /...

Extreme facilitator: Flatbed Press’ Katherine Brimberry

Since 2014 PrintAustin has filled Austin art galleries every January with all things fine art printmaking. The artist-run festival never fails to reinvigorate interest...

In “Quilting the World’s Conscience,” human rights is interpreted in patchwork...

Texas Folklife is hosting a touring exhibition, "Visioning Human Rights in the New Millennium: Quilting the World's Conscience." Curated by Carolyn Mazloomi, founder of the...

UT’s Landmarks appoints deputy director

Landmarks, the University of Texas' public art program, has appointed Kathleen Brady Stimpert as deputy director. In the newly established position, Stimpert will oversee Landmarks’...

Gallery Shoal Creek to change business model, close brick-and-mortar gallery

Austin's longest continually operating art gallery will close its brick-and-mortar operations. Gallery Shoal Creek, which opened in 1965 as G. Harvey Gallery, will shift to...