Fusebox Festival Schedule

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The seventh Fusebox Festival opened April 21 and continues through May 2, with performances and exhibitions by 40 arts groups and more than 450 individual artists at venues across the city. For more information, visit www.fuseboxfestival.com.

Ongoing

April 22-25: Magda Sayeg/Knitta Please. Magda Sayeg (Austin). 2nd Street District.

April 25-May 2: Quest for the West. Kirk Lynn and Thomas Graves (Austin). The Off Center, 2211-A Hidalgo, and various locations.

"Slurb" Marina Zurkow (Brooklyn). Women & Their Work, 1710 Lavaca.

"New Works Project: Luke Savisky" (Austin). Austin Museum of Art – Downtown, 823 Congress.

Erectheum. Michael Smith and Jay Sanders (Austin/New York), presented by testsite & Fluent Collaborative. testsite, 502 W. 33rd.

Thursday, April 22

7-10pm: Blender Love. Mary Magsamen + Stephan Hillerbrand (Houston) and Kirk Lynn (Austin). The Off Center, 2211-A Hidalgo.

8-9pm: The Velvet Suite. Kaiji Moriyama (Tokyo, Japan) presented by testperformancetest and Arthouse, Paramount Theatre, 713 Congress.

8-9pm: A Western. Action Hero (Bristol, England), Victory Grill, 1104 E. 11th.

10-11pm: LA Party. Phil Soltanoff & David Barlow (New York City), AustinVentures StudioTheater, 501 W. Third.

11:30pm: Magnifico. Magnifico (Austin), United States Art Authority, 2906 Fruth.

Friday, April 23

6-10pm: Your Secrets Aren't Safe With Us. Rubber Repertory (Austin). Salvage Vanguard Theater, 2803 Manor Rd.

7-8pm: LA Party. Phil Soltanoff & David Barlow (NYC). AustinVentures StudioTheater, 501 W. Third.

7-10pm: Blender Love. Mary Magsamen + Stephan Hillerbrand (Houston) & Kirk Lynn (Austin), The Off Center, 2211-A Hidalgo.

8-10pm: Gravelworks. Frédérick Gravel (Montreal), The Off Center, 2211-A Hidalgo.

8-9pm: A Western. Action Hero (Bristol, England). Victory Grill, 1104 E. 11th.

11pm-1am: Zorch (11pm), Cartright (12mid). United States Art Authority, 2906 Fruth.

Saturday, April 24

11am-6pm: "One Swallow Doesn't Make a Summer." Cook & Ruud (Austin). 2nd Street District/Republic Square Park, Fourth & Guadalupe.

11am-7pm: Your Secrets Aren't Safe With Us. Rubber Repertory (Austin). Salvage Vanguard Theater, 2803 Manor Rd.

2-3pm: Fusebox Talks: Action Hero. Austin Museum of Art – Downtown, 823 Congress.

7-8pm: A Western. Action Hero (Bristol, England). Victory Grill, 1104 E. 11th.

8-10pm: Blender Love. Mary Magsamen + Stephan Hillerbrand (Houston) and Kirk Lynn (Austin). The Off Center, 2211-A Hidalgo.

8-9pm: One Hundred Black Women, One Hundred Actions: Wura-Natasha Ogunji (Austin). East Sixth between San Marcos & Medina. Live Projection: Sweet Home Missionary Baptist Church, 1725 W. 11th.

8-10pm: GravelWorks. Frédérick Gravel (Montreal). The Off Center, 2211-A Hidalgo.

8-11pm: Butter and Popcorn Go Together Like Kangaroos and Boxing. Mike Parsons and Andy Rihn (Austin). Okay Mountain, 1312 E. Cesar Chavez Ste. B.

9-11pm: Trivia Travesty! Rebecca Havemeyer and Silky Shoemaker (Austin). Victory Grill, 1104 E. 11th.

11pm-1:30am: Monofonus Press Night. Venison Whirled (10pm), Soft Dealer (11pm), MVSCLZ (12mid), DJ set (12:45am). United States Art Authority, 2906 Fruth.

Sunday, April 25

11am-7pm: Your Secrets Aren't Safe With Us. Rubber Repertory (Austin). Salvage Vanguard Theater, 2803 Manor Rd.

1-8pm: The Exquisite Bee. Austin Video Bee (Austin). United States Art Authority, 2906 Fruth.

2-3pm: Fusebox Talks: Daniel Barrow. Austin Museum of Art – Downtown, 823 Congress.

7-7:30pm: "Texan." Gregory Brooker (Los Angeles). The Off Center, 2211-A Hidalgo.

8-9pm: Every Time I See Your Picture I Cry. Daniel Barrow (Winnipeg, Manitoba). The Off Center, 2211-A Hidalgo.

9-11pm: Trivia Travesty! Rebecca Havemeyer and Silky Shoemaker (Austin). Victory Grill, 1104 E. 11th.

10pm-12mid: DJ Manateeman. United States Art Authority, 2906 Fruth.

Monday, April 26

7-9:45pm: Tosca String Quartet (Austin).Alamo Drafthouse at the Ritz, 320 E. Sixth.

8-10pm: Winnipeg Babysitter. Daniel Barrow (Winnipeg). The Off Center, 2211-A Hidalgo.

10pm-12mid: DJ Shorty Stump. United States Art Authority, 2906 Fruth.

Tuesday, April 27

8-9:30pm: Comme Toujours Here I Stand. Big Dance Theater (New York City). Rollins Studio Theatre at the Long Center, 701 W. Riverside.

8-10pm: Teleportal Readings. Monofonus Press (Austin). Hotel San José, 1316 S. Congress.

10:30pm-12mid: Continental Graffiti. United States Art Authority, 2906 Fruth.

Wednesday, April 28

10am-noon: Walks. Sodalitas (Austin). Under MoPac Expressway on Veterans Drive.

8-9:30pm: Comme Toujours Here I Stand. Big Dance Theater (New York City). Rollins Studio Theatre at the Long Center, 701 W. Riverside.

9-10pm: Stepchild. Luke Savisky (Austin). Austin City Hall, 301 W. Second.

9-10pm: This From Cloudland. Kristen Kosmas (New York City). The Off Center, 2211-A Hidalgo.

10:30pm-12mid: Asylum Street Spankers. United States Art Authority, 2906 Fruth.

Thursday, April 29

4-7pm: 3 Day Weekend. Oliver Herring (Brooklyn) presented by testperformancetest and Arthouse. Ballroom at Windsor World, 1702 Windsor.

6-7pm: Fusebox Talks: Luke Savisky. Austin Museum of Art – Downtown, 823 Congress.

7-8pm: Under Polaris. Cloud Eye Control (Los Angeles). Salvage Vanguard Theater, 2803 Manor Rd.

8-9:30pm: Comme Toujours Here I Stand. Big Dance Theater (New York City). Rollins Studio Theatre at the Long Center, 701 W. Riverside.

9-10pm: This From Cloudland. Kristen Kosmas (New York City). The Off Center, 2211-A Hidalgo.

10:30pm-1:30am: Sleep Whale (10:30pm), Brazos (12mid). United States Art Authority, 2906 Fruth.

Friday, April 30

5-7pm: 3 Day Weekend. Oliver Herring (Brooklyn) presented by testperformancetest and Arthouse. Ballroom at Windsor World, 1702 Windsor.

7-8pm: So Much to Go Crazy (The Show Might Go On). Sibyl Kempson and Mike Iveson with Ilan Bachrach (New York City). The Off Center, 2211-A Hidalgo.

7-8pm: Under Polaris. Cloud Eye Control (Los Angeles). Salvage Vanguard Theater, 2803 Manor Rd.

7-10pm: Low Lives 2. Jorge Rojas (Brooklyn). Co-Lab, 613 Allen.

8-11pm: Weetube. Theatre Replacement (Vancouver). Thinkwell, 1021 E. Seventh #100.

8:30-8:50pm: When the Shoes Sing Their Finest Song. Heloise Gold and Travis Weller (Austin). The Off Center, 2211-A Hidalgo.

9-10pm: This From Cloudland. Kristen Kosmas (New York City). The Off Center, 2211-A Hidalgo.

9-10:30pm: Paved Paradise Redux. John Kelly (New York City). Rollins Studio Theatre at the Long Center, 701 W. Riverside.

8:30pm-8am: Difficult Listening Institute. Church of the Friendly Ghost (Austin). Salvage Vanguard Theater, 2803 Manor Rd.

11pm-1am: Mother Falcon (11pm), Surprise Fusebox Mystery Guest (12mid). United States Art Authority, 2906 Fruth.

Saturday, May 1

2-3pm: Fusebox Talks: Cloud Eye Control. Austin Museum of Art – Downtown, 823 Congress.

2-3pm: So Much to Go Crazy (The Show Might Go On). Sibyl Kempson and Mike Iveson with Ilan Bachrach (New York City). The Off Center, 2211-A Hidalgo.

5-7pm: 3 Day Weekend.Oliver Herring (Brooklyn) presented by testperformancetest and Arthouse. Ballroom at Windsor World, 1702 Windsor.

5-9pm: Walks. Sodalitas (Austin). Big Medium Gallery, 5305 Bolm #12.

7-8pm: Under Polaris. Cloud Eye Control (Los Angeles). Salvage Vanguard Theater, 2803 Manor Rd.

7:30-9:30pm: The Exquisite Bee. Austin Video Bee (Austin). United States Art Authority, 2906 Fruth.

8-11pm: Weetube. Theatre Replacement (Vancouver). Thinkwell, 1021 E. Seventh #100.

8:30-8:50pm: When the Shoes Sing Their Finest Song. Heloise Gold and Travis Weller (Austin). The Off Center, 2211-A Hidalgo.

8:30pm-8am: Difficult Listening Institute. Church of the Friendly Ghost (Austin). Salvage Vanguard Theater, 2803 Manor Rd.

9-10pm: So Much to Go Crazy (The Show Might Go On). Sibyl Kempson and Mike Iveson with Ilan Bachrach (New York City). The Off Center, 2211-A Hidalgo.

9-10:30pm: Paved Paradise Redux. John Kelly (New York City). Rollins Studio Theatre at the Long Center, 701 W. Riverside.

11pm: Bodytronix. (Austin). United States Art Authority, 2906 Fruth.

Sunday May 2

2-3:30pm: Paved Paradise Redux. John Kelly (New York City). Rollins Studio Theatre at Long Center, 701 W. Riverside.

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