Daily Arts
This Is Who We Are #10: Austin Lyric Opera's Candide
Our ability to experience art in person and with others is presently in lockdown, and we don't know when it will return, if ever. Local artists are already adapting to this situation – many sharing art online – which speaks to Austin's driving spirit of creativity. In tribute to that spirit, this series recalls past works that affirm our creative force.

11:00AM Tue. May 19, 2020, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

This Is Who We Are #9: Mary Moody Northern Theatre's bobrauschenbergamerica
Our ability to experience art in person and with others is presently in lockdown, and we don't know when it will return, if ever. Local artists are already adapting to this situation – many sharing art online – which speaks to Austin's driving spirit of creativity. In tribute to that spirit, this series recalls past works that affirm our creative force.

11:59AM Mon. May 18, 2020, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

This Is Who We Are #8: Performance Encounters' Home Entertainment 2009
Our ability to experience art in person and with others is presently in lockdown, and we don’t know when it will return, if ever. Local artists are already adapting to this situation – many sharing art online – which speaks to Austin’s driving spirit of creativity. In tribute to that spirit, this series recalls past works that affirm our creative force.

3:20PM Fri. May 15, 2020, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

This Is Who We Are #7: Sharon Marroquín's The Materiality of Impermanence
Our ability to experience art in person and with others is presently in lockdown, and we don't know when it will return, if ever. Local artists are already adapting to this situation – many sharing art online – which speaks to Austin's driving spirit of creativity. In tribute to that spirit, this series recalls past works that affirm our creative force.

11:25AM Wed. May 13, 2020, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

This Is Who We Are #6: Miró Quartet's Faces of America: The Light
Our ability to experience art in person and with others is presently in lockdown, and we don't know when it will return, if ever. Local artists are already adapting to this situation – many sharing art online – which speaks to Austin's driving spirit of creativity. In tribute to that spirit, this series recalls past works that affirm our creative force.

12:10PM Tue. May 12, 2020, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

Co-Lab Projects: Video Open Call
Hey, Austinite, you want a place to show off your best videos? How about a venue already long known for artistic excellence and curatorial integrity in this city?

7:30AM Tue. May 12, 2020, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

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3:00PM Fri. May 8, 2020, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

This Is Who We Are #5: Salvage Vanguard Theater's Death of a Cat
Our ability to experience art in person and with others is presently in lockdown, and we don't know when it will return, if ever. Local artists are already adapting to this situation – many sharing art online – which speaks to Austin's driving spirit of creativity. In tribute to that spirit, this series recalls past works that affirm our creative force.

10:00AM Fri. May 8, 2020, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

This Is Who We Are #4: Zach Theatre's The Gospel at Colonus
Our ability to experience art in person and with others is presently in lockdown, and we don't know when it will return, if ever. Local artists are already adapting to this situation – many sharing art online – which speaks to Austin's driving spirit of creativity. In tribute to that spirit, this series recalls past works that affirm our creative force.

10:00AM Thu. May 7, 2020, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

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