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Carrie Fountain's Third Collection of Poetry Illuminates the Day-to-Day
Carrie Fountain's Third Collection of Poetry Illuminates the Day-to-Day
The Austin author lives The Life

Rosalind Faires, May 6, 2021

Austin Opera Races Back Into Live Performance With <i>Tosca</i> at Circuit of the Americas
Austin Opera Races Back Into Live Performance With Tosca at Circuit of the Americas
The company brings grand opera to the Grand Prix with an outdoor staging of Puccini's powerhouse

Robert Faires, April 29, 2021

Amy Gentry Is All the Rage in Her Third Novel, <i>Bad Habits</i>
Amy Gentry Is All the Rage in Her Third Novel, Bad Habits
The Austin author talks anger, solidarity, and grad school villainy

Rosalind Faires, April 29, 2021

In Buda, Mini-Golf and War Memorial Are Ingeniously Paired
In Buda, Mini-Golf and War Memorial Are Ingeniously Paired
A veteran's story inspires across generations at the Memorial Miniature Golf and World War II Museum

Ali Montag, April 29, 2021

Local Artist Duo Selected for Prestigious Tito’s Prize
Local Artist Duo Selected for Prestigious Tito’s Prize
Ariel René Jackson will collaborate with Michael J. Love this fall

Vivie Behrens, April 22, 2021

"A Wished for and Welcome Guest" at Co-Lab Projects
The gallery has a new home, where it aims to make you feel like "A Wished for and Welcome Guest"

Robert Faires, April 22, 2021

Ethan Hawke Pens a Valentine to Theatre in <i>A Bright Ray of Darkness</i>
Ethan Hawke Pens a Valentine to Theatre in A Bright Ray of Darkness
His new novel is also a prayer for the stage and a reminder of the healing power of performance

Robert Faires, April 22, 2021

“Altered Allusions: New Works by Nate Szarmach” at Davis Gallery
“Altered Allusions: New Works by Nate Szarmach” at Davis Gallery
In these paintings of Christian figures, the lack of focus is the focus

Robert Faires, April 15, 2021

Review: <i>You'll Never Believe What Happened to Lacey</i>
Review: You'll Never Believe What Happened to Lacey
UT could learn a lot from these "crazy stories about racism"

Michael King, April 13, 2021

Select Austin Public Library Locations to Reopen on May 10
Select Austin Public Library Locations to Reopen on May 10
All other branches to follow suit on June 28

Vivie Behrens, April 10, 2021

The Austin School of Fiber Arts Wants You
The Austin School of Fiber Arts Wants You
Because Lynne Brotman just can’t, ah, weave well enough alone?

Wayne Alan Brenner, April 8, 2021

Austin Embroiderists Build Community Stitch by Stitch
Austin Embroiderists Build Community Stitch by Stitch
Local interest in fiber arts is growing rapidly as people find stitching is a way to calm nerves, find friends, and make political statements during the pandemic

Jessi Cape, April 8, 2021

Valoneecia Tolbert Geeks Out in <i>Tales of a Blerd Ballerina</i>
Valoneecia Tolbert Geeks Out in Tales of a Blerd Ballerina
The actress looks back at what it was to be young, geeky, and Black

Robert Faires, April 8, 2021

What Is the Livestreamed, Interactive, Cross-Country, Music-Fueled, Comedy of Natatorium?
What Is the Livestreamed, Interactive, Cross-Country, Music-Fueled, Comedy of Natatorium?
American Berserk Theatre + Density512 really pools the talent

Wayne Alan Brenner, April 7, 2021

ICOSA Gallery Flows Like a River of Creative Glory
ICOSA Gallery Flows Like a River of Creative Glory
The Canopy-based collective keeps visual conversation bold and bright in our community's eyes

Wayne Alan Brenner, April 1, 2021

Vote for New Music in Golden Hornet's String Quartet Smackdown VII
Vote for New Music in Golden Hornet's String Quartet Smackdown VII
For the seventh year, Golden Hornet referees this composition competition while you decide the winner

Robert Faires, March 25, 2021

Forging a New Path Through Thrifting Old Clothes
Forging a New Path Through Thrifting Old Clothes
Dominique Kirven of Gather & Co. discusses sustainability and gentrification in Austin’s thrifting community

Angela Bonilla, March 25, 2021

"Dogs Heal in Borderlandia: Andrea Muñoz Martinez"
In this solo exhibition, the artist provides canine companions for a most colorful landscape

Robert Faires, March 18, 2021

Artist Madeline Irvine Marks COVID Time With the Pandemic Clock
Artist Madeline Irvine Marks COVID Time With the Pandemic Clock
The Austin artist has turned a daily practice into a way to count down the lockdown

Robert Faires, March 18, 2021

Conspirare's Quarantine Madrigals Creates a Choir of One
Conspirare's Quarantine Madrigals Creates a Choir of One
This new song cycle gives isolated singers music to build a choir with – a choir of just themselves

Robert Faires, March 11, 2021

With Postcards for Democracy, Mark Mothersbaugh and Beatie Wolfe Deliver Priority Mail Art
With Postcards for Democracy, Mark Mothersbaugh and Beatie Wolfe Deliver Priority Mail Art
If you like it, then you better put a stamp on it

Robert Faires, March 11, 2021

Monica Ceniceros and those atxGALS
Monica Ceniceros and those atxGALS
The Cathedral? Creative Box Studios? All that art? This is them.

Wayne Alan Brenner, March 9, 2021

Powell St. John at the Webb Gallery
Powell St. John at the Webb Gallery
Austin legend, Waxahachie show, psychedelic art

Wayne Alan Brenner, March 4, 2021

Artist Ender Martos Celebrates His Past, Present, and Future in
Artist Ender Martos Celebrates His Past, Present, and Future in "Veintiuno"
The virtual exhibition marks the 21st of the 21st in the 21st ...

Robert Faires, March 4, 2021

Amplify Austin Is Needed Now, More Than Ever
Amplify Austin Is Needed Now, More Than Ever
This annual fundraising program amplifies the arts

Wayne Alan Brenner, March 4, 2021

Bored, Unemployed, and Extremely Online: Textile Artist Finds the Silver Linings
Bored, Unemployed, and Extremely Online: Textile Artist Finds the Silver Linings
After losing her office job, Odalys Vargas turned a quarantine hobby into her artform

Laiken Neumann, March 4, 2021

Book Review: <i>I Came As a Shadow</i> by John Thompson
Book Review: I Came As a Shadow by John Thompson
Coach's autobiography is a tale of U.S. sports and U.S. history

Michael King, March 3, 2021

Trust the Process in Gesel Mason's <i>burst!</i>
Trust the Process in Gesel Mason's burst!
In this Texas Theatre & Dance project, students learn to undo

Robert Faires, Feb. 25, 2021

"Andy St. Martin: The Weight" at Prizer Arts & Letters
In his newest show, the artist is, as ever, nothing if not commitment incarnate

Wayne Alan Brenner, Feb. 25, 2021

A Texas Snow Sculpture for a Fish that Died
A Texas Snow Sculpture for a Fish that Died
Albert Lucio honors his deceased betta during Snowmageddon 2021

Wayne Alan Brenner, Feb. 18, 2021

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