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January 19, 2021
Women and Their Work

Exclusive: Women & Their Work Buys a Building of its Own

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With Austin’s cultural landscape battered by pandemic closures, a cratering economy, and an extremely uncertain future, one arts organization has remarkably good news. After 42...

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

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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...

Now you can meditate (virtually) at the James Turrell Skyspace, “The...

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While it may seem a contradiction to meditate by digital streaming, there's an undeniable contemplative quality to James Turrell's time-based light installations, known as...
Ai Wei Wei Forever Bicycles

Sorry, Austin. Ai Wei Wei’s “Forever Bicycles” is not forever

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  Sorry, Austin. But Ai Wei Wei's "Forever Bicycles" is not a forever part of the city. For two years, the monumental, playful and dizzying sculpture...

Austin’s Tallest Public Artwork is Ready for its Close-up

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Stretching some 103 feet up the side of a downtown building, a mural by Josef Kristofoletti now claims the title of Austin’s tallest public...

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...

Mending Social Distances: Beili Liu Makes 1,000 Masks

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Beili Liu is sewing 1000 masks. “I couldn’t just go into my studio and make something irrelevant, something that had nothing to do with the...

The Meaning of An Animal in the World: An Interview with...

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In preparation for an interview with Kiki Smith on her recent show at Bale Creek Allen Gallery in Austin, I was told a myriad...

When SAMO© Became Jean-Michel Basquiat, Artist

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Before his death at age 27; before the heroin addiction, the money, the fame, the gallery exhibits; before the friendship with Andy Warhol; before...

Digging into a park’s difficult past to build a more equitable...

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Pease Park Conservancy recently unveiled its new interpretive master plan. While the concept of an interpretive plan may sound vague and slippery — “why...

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