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First Look: Mondo's New Monsters
Austin's Mondo Gallery is kicking off 2018 with the return of a classic fright this weekend with its second Universal Studio Monsters art and print show. Before the vaults are opened on Friday, here's an exclusive first look at Greg Ruth's Bride of Frankenstein.

9:00AM Wed. Jan. 17, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Allison Orr Named 2018 USA Fellow
Sometimes the good folks do get the recognition they deserve. Case in point: Allison Orr, founder and artistic director of Forklift Danceworks, whose choreographic career has had as much to do with building community as building dances, has just been named one of the 2018 USA Fellows, an honor that comes with an unrestricted award of $50,000.

1:00PM Tue. Jan. 16, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

Full Arthur Miller Archive Lands at UT
More than a half-century after the first boxes containing papers by Arthur Miller arrived in Austin, the last boxes of the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright's papers will join them, and the full archive of this "profoundly American writer," as Tony Kushner called him, will reside at the University of Texas' Harry Ransom Center.

10:00AM Fri. Jan. 12, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

Five Arty Events: Jan. 12-14
Second week of January, and how are those resolutions holding up? Yeah – us, too. But, look, never mind all that – there’s places to go and things to do here in Austin this weekend. Let us introduce you to a few of them:

3:45PM Thu. Jan. 11, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Raw Paw’s Chris Dock Talks About the Fire that Destroyed Their HQ
Somebody’s burned Raw Paw to the ground. Somebody’s torched the headquarters and studio of the local art-making, book-publishing, record-producing, event-promoting collective – we featured them in a cover story here a few years ago – and the Fire Marshal (Deputy Tate Markey, in the lead) is currently investigating.

12:45PM Mon. Jan. 8, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Five Arty Things to Do: Jan. 5-7
New year, new things. Some damned good things, actually. Check ‘em out, enjoy a little of what’s going on in this state capital:

12:45AM Thu. Jan. 4, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

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This Year in Review show at Spider House Ballroom on Thursday night, listen, it’s one of those can’t-miss deals.

5:00PM Tue. Dec. 26, 2017, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Contemporary Austin Goings & Comings
To give you an idea of how long Judith Sims has worked with the museum we now know as the Contemporary Austin, she had almost two decades on staff when the institution changed its name from Laguna Gloria Art Museum to the Austin Museum of Art, and that was in 1992. Now, 44 years after signing on with the museum, Sims is signing off.

5:57PM Fri. Dec. 15, 2017, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

Five Arty Things to Do: Dec. 15-17
Just one weekend away from the weekend that’s got December 25th attached to its side like some sort of holy barnacle. Something’s coming up, yes, and it might be Pikamas or it might be something much more familiar. But this weekend? This weekend, the arts scene is still keeping it pretty secular … and entertaining AF.Check out these recommendations:

2:15PM Fri. Dec. 15, 2017, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

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