ARTS & CULTURE
Looking back at the former home of the Rude Mechs and why it mattered
Getting Help for Art Venues ASAP
June 29 meeting tells artists how to tap $200K in space aid
by Robert Faires
Celebrating Shondee Superstar
Cap City Comedy hosts a benefit for Lashonda Lester's family
by Robert Faires
Rude Studios Open for Rentals
The Rude Mechs hatch new rehearsal space on Lady Bird Lake
by Robert Faires
Austin African American Book Festival Comes to Carver Museum
Authors and activists address the state of Black culture
by Jennifer MacKenzie Murphy
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City Offers Arts Venue Aid ASAP
Cultural Arts Division's Art Space Assistance Program will award $200,000 in grants to creatives in need this summer
Robert Faires • Jun. 30 issue
Rude Mechs on the Move
Having left the Off Center, the theatre company is now planning to #crushAustin in all 10 council districts and opening new studios Downtown
Robert Faires • Jun. 30 issue
Ellen Bartel and Global Water Dances
Joining a global cause, choreographers invite Austin to the water's edge
Jonelle Seitz • Jun. 23 issue
Improvising All Night Long! Twice!
The Hideout's annual improv marathon extends to 48 hours
Robert Faires • Jun. 21, 2017
Tech old and new explores trans issues
James Renovitch, Jun. 16 issue
The blackness and voids in the artwork here feels like a future world laid waste, but it also feels like us
Sam Anderson-Ramos, Jun. 16 issue
The lowdown on the 2017 submissions, judges, 10 finalists, and the prize-winning stories
Robert Faires, Jun. 9 issue
The First Place winner in the 2017 Austin Chronicle Short Story Contest
Eric Shattuck, Jun. 9 issue
Second Place winner in the 2017 Austin Chronicle Short Story Contest
Emily West, Jun. 9 issue
Third Place winner in the 2017 Austin Chronicle Short Story Contest
Su-Yee Lin, Jun. 9 issue
As an elegy to the ice, this dance aestheticized doom but left us plenty of edge
Jonelle Seitz, Jun. 9 issue
Rubel’s solo show is cutting when it comes to Bill Cosby and Rachel Dolezal, but it also explores the complexities of race
Sam Anderson-Ramos, Jun. 9 issue
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