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<i>The Swallowed Man</i> by Edward Carey
The Swallowed Man
The Austin author's rich and strange take on Pinocchio has Geppetto tell the story from the belly of the giant fish

Robert Faires, Feb. 4, 2021

<i>Persephone Station</i> Recasts the Magnificent Seven as Women in Space
Persephone Station Recasts the Magnificent Seven as Women in Space
Austin author Stina Leicht pens a rip-roaring mix of planetary intrigue, intergalactic adventure, and righteous sisterhood

Mike Berry, Feb. 4, 2021

"Kevin Greer: As the World Stood Still" at Davis Gallery
One man's mark-making movements set this show on fire

Wayne Alan Brenner, Jan. 28, 2021

KMFA's New Home Brings the Community Into Contact With Music
KMFA's New Home Brings the Community Into Contact With Music
Austin's classical music radio station has a new building where people can see the sounds

Robert Faires, Jan. 28, 2021

Austin FC Fans, Assemble
Austin FC Fans, Assemble
MLS’s 27th franchise hits the pitch with multiple supporters’ groups backing them

Eric Goodman, Jan. 28, 2021

Construction of Austin FC Stadium Nears Completion
Construction of Austin FC Stadium Nears Completion
Q2 claims naming rights for the home of Austin’s new major league sports team

Trace Sauveur, Jan. 28, 2021

KMFA's New Home
KMFA's New Home
Photos by Jana Birchum

Photos, Jan. 28, 2021

The Blanton Museum Undertakes a $35 Million Makeover of Its Grounds
The Blanton Museum Undertakes a $35 Million Makeover of Its Grounds
With the international architectural firm Snøhetta, the UT museum will add community spaces and art to its outdoor experience

Robert Faires, Jan. 21, 2021

"Renee Lai: A Study of Fences" at grayDUCK Gallery
In her grayDUCK Gallery solo exhibition, the artist considers not only what these barriers keep out but also what gets through them

Barbara Purcell, Jan. 21, 2021

Andrea Ariel Dances for Democracy
Andrea Ariel Dances for Democracy
On Sunday, the artist's dancing mailbox was a Capitol surprise

Robert Faires, Jan. 20, 2021

Uh-oh, the <i>Rick & Morty</i> Box Set Is On Its Way
Uh-oh, the Rick & Morty Box Set Is On Its Way
There's some kind of a pickle in here somewhere, isn't there?

Wayne Alan Brenner, Jan. 20, 2021

PrintAustin 2021 Reproduces Community Online and Off
PrintAustin 2021 Reproduces Community Online and Off
At this celebration of printmaking it's gather, prints, repeat

Wayne Alan Brenner, Jan. 14, 2021

If You’ve Ever Wanted to Live Inside a Wes Anderson Movie...
If You’ve Ever Wanted to Live Inside a Wes Anderson Movie...
This photography book is a close approximation

Sara Hutchinson, Jan. 14, 2021

"The Femme Abstract"
Moya McIntyre’s second edition of this group show ushers in the new year with a glorious plenitude of color and imagery

Robert Faires, Jan. 7, 2021

Diedrick Brackens Weaves Multitudes in the Blanton's
Diedrick Brackens Weaves Multitudes in the Blanton's "darling divined"
From his loom, the acclaimed artist fuses folk tales and forgotten memories with his own experiences to tell new, expanding stories of identity

Sara Hutchinson, Dec. 30, 2020

<i>Hotrod Golgotha</i> by W. Joe Hoppe
Hotrod Golgotha
In this collection, the Austin poet delivers a high octane paean to cars and all that makes them cool

Robert Faires, Dec. 30, 2020

Review: <i>The Nutcracker: Home for the Holidays</i>
The Nutcracker: Home for the Holidays
Ballet Austin's virtual version of the seasonal staple dances you closer to the magic than ever before

Robert Faires, Dec. 23, 2020

<i>The Zealot and the Emancipator</i> by H.W. Brands
The Zealot and the Emancipator by H.W. Brands
This history by the UT professor offers a new look at John Brown and Abraham Lincoln: side by side

Robert Faires, Dec. 23, 2020

These Five Last-Minute Gift Ideas Might Be the Best You’ll Ever See
These Five Last-Minute Gift Ideas Might Be the Best You’ll Ever See
Because, frankly, most other listicles like this are boring AF

Wayne Alan Brenner, Dec. 21, 2020

Top Fiction of 2020 for the Angry Girls
Top Fiction of 2020 for the Angry Girls
Rosalind Faires chooses several tales of righteous indignation

Rosalind Faires, Dec. 17, 2020

Top Books to Read in 2020 As Everything Falls Apart
Top Books to Read in 2020 As Everything Falls Apart
In a COVID-strained year, tales of families repairing their lives and the caste system's effect of Black Americans made an impact

Joe O'Connell, Dec. 17, 2020

Top Books of 2020 That Struck a Literary or Musical Chord
Top Books of 2020 That Struck a Literary or Musical Chord
A writer's fictional joyride, a rock & roll memoir, and jazz fairy tales are books that sang this year

Jay Trachtenberg, Dec. 17, 2020

Robert Faires' Top 10 Works That Spoke to Me About 2020
Robert Faires' Top 10 Works That Spoke to Me About 2020
Throughout 2020, performances and books seemed to contain messages about the year – its trials, its traumas, and its echoes in history

Robert Faires, Dec. 17, 2020

The Dimension Sculpture Park Is Newly Illuminated
The Dimension Sculpture Park Is Newly Illuminated
... and the darkness cannot overcome it

Wayne Alan Brenner, Dec. 17, 2020

Top Nine in Visual Art of 2020, Plus One Exceptional Other
Top Nine in Visual Art of 2020, Plus One Exceptional Other
Wayne Alan Brenner chooses outstanding visual artistry that made this year a feast, save for one performative and culinary experience that was the cherry on top

Wayne Alan Brenner, Dec. 17, 2020

Top 10 Arty Ways 2020 Was the Best Year Ever
Top 10 Arty Ways 2020 Was the Best Year Ever
Barbara Purcell shares art highlights from a year that tested our sanity and humanity

Barbara Purcell, Dec. 17, 2020

Five Graphic Gift Books For Your Creative Favorites
Five Graphic Gift Books For Your Creative Favorites
Or even for your own holiday-besieged self, right? Potentially?

Wayne Alan Brenner, Dec. 15, 2020

Tolly Moseley Takes to the Air in <i>How Are You?</i>
Tolly Moseley Takes to the Air in How Are You?
Sometimes you ask, sometimes you answer, sometimes you aerially dance

Wayne Alan Brenner, Dec. 14, 2020

Old Friends John Doe and Michael Mogavero Combine Paintings and Poetry to Reach the
Old Friends John Doe and Michael Mogavero Combine Paintings and Poetry to Reach the "Promised Land"
The exhibition at Bale Creek Allen Gallery celebrates a 47-year-old friendship

Robert Faires, Dec. 10, 2020

Frank Wo / Men Collective's Virtual Show Offers a Warped Sense of Control
Frank Wo / Men Collective's Virtual Show Offers a Warped Sense of Control
In K ! :D D: Ö, you get to not only watch these kinetic provocateurs move through virtual environments, but also influence their actions

Wayne Alan Brenner, Dec. 10, 2020

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