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Austin Homes Tour: The Art of the Craftsman Style
The American Craftsman style, Wikipedia tells me, is a style of American architecture, interior design, landscape design, and applied and decorative arts that began in the last years of the 19th century.

8:00AM Wed. Apr. 24, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

UT's Cohen New Works Festival Brings Experimentation to the Stage
When curtains rise on the Cohen New Works Festival on April 15, over 30 original student creations will debut in spaces across the University of Texas campus. Encouraged to push themselves and their art in new directions, the performances challenge student artists to reinterpret art, storytelling, and the way that they create.

7:00AM Fri. Apr. 12, Alyssa Hiarker Read More | Comment »

Flowers Cover Everything at the Stephen L. Clark Gallery
1. This review is a collage, let’s say, although of course we’re considering it textually rather than texturally, building it up from words instead of images.

1:00PM Mon. Apr. 8, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Tickets for Hamilton’s Austin Dates on Sale Now
Whatever you do, don’t throw away your shot: Single tickets for the Austin run of Hamilton went on sale Friday, April 12, at 10am.

11:30AM Mon. Apr. 8, Kimberley Jones Read More | Comment »

Spring Awakening a Bold Statement at St. Ed's
With shows like Cabaret in its back pocket, Mary Moody Northen Theatre at St. Edward’s University is no stranger to racy subject matter. However, its latest production, Spring Awakening – opening Thursday, April 4 – will dance on some commonly taboo topics: teen sex, abortion, homosexuality, suicide, incest.

5:00PM Wed. Apr. 3, Lilli Hime Read More | Comment »

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Book Review: Black Leopard, Red Wolf
In a recent NPR interview, Jamaican-born author Marlon James described a keen dislike for whodunits and voiced his preference instead for the written journey – the process, if you will. And, indeed, the opening sentences of his new, sprawling novel Black Leopard, Red Wolf may actually reveal the conclusion of a wild 600-plus-page escapade.

9:35AM Tue. Apr. 2, Jay Trachtenberg Read More | Comment »

Out of the Voidoids Comes a Strong Silent Type
Cuneiform Press, never a group to shy away from the odd or obscure, especially in the service of disseminating the good news about letterforms and divinely or demonically inspired texts, brings the world the return – the expertly produced, limited-edition, what-a-lovely-bibliocentric-object return – of Richard Hell’s first book.

8:00AM Sat. Mar. 30, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Art Show Marks Farmworkers Awareness Week
In celebration of National Farmworker’s Awareness Week, St. Edward’s College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) held its first art exhibition with Bon Appetit Management Company on Mon., March 25 to kick off a week of events focused on uplifting farmworkers and their contributions.

3:30PM Wed. Mar. 27, Lilli Hime Read More | Comment »

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