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  • 22nd Annual Austin Chamber Music Festival

    Promises three weeks of unexpected delights from international stars, Internet sensations, and local favorites. Don't miss a late-Beethoven performance by Grammy winners Emerson String Quartet, pop and classical hits by Brooklyn Duo, a live film score by invoke, and more.
    July 6-22  
  • Trailer Food Tuesdays

    The Long Center presents Trailer Food Tuesdays, a part of All Summer Long at the Long Center. Join them for live music (feat. Annabelle Chairlegs & the Selfless Lovers), fun, and the best food trucks Austin has to offer!
    Tue., July 17, 5-9pm
    Long Center for the Performing Arts
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  • Film

    Special Screenings

    Deep Red (1975)

    Lates: One of this Italian horror master's very best works, Deep Red features Blow-Up's Hemmings as a jazz pianist in Rome, who is suspected of having committed a murder before becoming a target himself. Argento's florid camerawork and spooky Gremlin music are in ample evidence here.
    Mon., April 16, 7:00  
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    I Am Evidence (2017)

    Watch party for HBO doc focusing on the the shocking number of untested rape kits in the United States today. The screening will be followed by a discussion led by Deeds Not Words. All proceeds will be donated to the Joyful Heart Foundation and Deeds Not Words.
    Mon., April 16, 6:30  
  • Arts

    Books

    Jeff VanderMeer

    The award-winning writer of science fiction and fantasy novels, including what the movie Annihilation was based on, reads from his work. His stories are compelling, his anthologies exceptional, and his newest is the novel called Borne – available wherever fine books are sold. Pro tip: Buy that one, track down a copy of Spinrad's The Void Captain's Tale, and maybe borrow whatever Tiptree collections are available at your local library.
    Mon., April 16, 7pm. Free.  
    Joynes Reading Room, 2501 Whitis
  • Arts

    Dance

    Long Live the Wedded!

    In which the French choreographer Sandie Donzica invites an Austinite Cassie Reveles to perform a physical theatre duet within the timeframe of a wedding, the two artists talking, acting, dancing, and singing together, exploring wedding traditions, portraying the subtle forces that bring two people together or apart.
    April 16 & 18. Mon. & Wed., 8:30pm. Free.  
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  • Music

    Bebel Gilberto

    Bebel Gilberto’s coy and soothing bossa nova descends from her father João Gilberto, diva mother Miúcha (Heloísa Buarque de Hollanda), and singing uncle Chico Buarque de Hollanda. As such, the Brazilian prodigy started making waves by 7 when she debuted on her mother’s first solo album. In 1991 she moved to New York, adding electro and dance rhythms to the traditional samba and jazz of her native homeland.
    Mon., April 16, 8pm  
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    Lawrence of Arabia (1962)

    David Lean's 1962 Oscar winner in glorious 70mm.
    Mon., April 16, 7:00  
  • Community

    Civic Events

    Navigating Police and Community Interaction

    Martha Ramos-Duffer moderates a discussion between APD's Brian Manley, APD African American Outreach Program Community Liaison Sharon Cannon, Interim Police Monitor Farah Muscadin, Austin Justice Coalition's Executive Director Chas Moore, and ACC Professor of Criminal Justice Bridget Lott.
    Mon., April 16, 7pm
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    The Newspaperman: The Life and Times of Ben Bradlee (2017)

    Recently premiered on HBO, this documentary focuses on one of the most formidable journalists of the 20th century. Stick around for a conversation with Leonard Downie Jr., who served under Bradlee at The Washington Post.
    Mon., April 16, 6:00. Free.  
  • Music

    The Pack A.D., Futon Blonde

    Thanks to Becky Black’s raucous fretwork, heaving vocal grit, and Maya Miller’s bludgeoning drum mechanics, this Canadian duo continues to wreak club havoc on 2017’s politically charged Dollhouse. From the distorted onslaught of “Not Alright,” utopia march of “Does It Feel Good,” and six-stringed steel thump found on the title track, it’s a one-two punch the Vancouver duo has perfected since 2008 debut Funeral Mixtape.
    Mon., April 16, 8pm  
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