Daily Arts
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 »

This Is Who We Are #3: A New Year's Conspirare Classic
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 Wed. May 6, 2020, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

This Is Who We Are #2: Sally Jacques' The Well Inside
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 Tue. May 5, 2020, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

This Is Who We Are #1: Rude Mechs' Big Love
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 Mon. May 4, 2020, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

Alamo Drafthouse Sells Birth.Movies.Death.
When Alamo Drafthouse founder Tim League announced yesterday that he was stepping down as CEO to become executive chair, he stressed he would remain involved in operations at the Drafthouse, print wing Mondo, and Fantastic Fest. Yet one sub-brand – Birth.Movies.Death. – was missing, and now we know why.

7:00PM Fri. May 1, 2020, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Paramount Theatre Launches New Digital Interview Series
It’s time to give Netflix a break (we know you’ve watched everything). There’s another form of quarantine entertainment coming, courtesy of a longstanding, Austin cultural favorite.

1:10PM Fri. May 1, 2020, Sofia Tafich Read More | Comment »

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The Blanton's #MuseumFromHome Offers Tours, Talks, and More From Its Collection
At this point in quarantine, staring at the old graduation pictures and Home Goods paintings that line your walls is probably not providing much artistic stimulation. Luckily, the Blanton Museum of Art has brought its galleries, and much more to the community with new online resources.

2:00PM Thu. Apr. 30, 2020, Gianni Zorrilla Read More | Comment »

Latin American Mail Art in the Latter Half of the 20th Century
Ah, the eternal network of postal artists! Ray Johnson, for starters. Eventually, Anna Banana … Carlo Pittore … Cracker Jack Kid … Ryosuke Cohen … John Held Jr … Honoria … Ruud Jansen … Josh Ronsen … Rude Joss Ransom.

10:00AM Mon. Apr. 27, 2020, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Spring's Pecan Street Festival Goes Virtual
Organizers announced today that the Pecan Street Festival – originally slated for May 2-3 in Downtown Austin – is moving to a virtual festival experience instead.

4:46PM Wed. Apr. 22, 2020, Kimberley Jones Read More | Comment »

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