Essential Cinema: Bertolucci's Novecento: Set on a vast farm owned by the landlord Berlinghieri family and tilled by the peasant Dalcò family, the story spans the period between the death of Verdi in 1900 and the death of Mussolini in 1945, following the lives and rivalries of two men (De Niro and Depardieu). Presented here in two parts due to its over-five-hour run time.
CineClub México: This comedy from Mexico’s Golden Age of Cinema launched Cantinflas into fame and recognition. With special guest Pilar Zazueta, historian and lecturer at UT-Austin's Lozano Long Institute for Latin American Studies, in attendance.
This is a stage adaptation of Anondra “Kat” Williams' short stories about black girls in love. Featuring Faith Anderson, g’beda, Allegra Jade Fox, and Oktavea L. Williams, directed by kt shorb and Simone Raquel Alexander for GenEnCo. Join them for opening weekend as part of your Austin Black Pride celebrations!
A rally to remember and honor Muhlaysia Booker and Chynal Lindsey, and support our black trans community with Black Transwomen Inc and Transgender Education Network of Texas. Join together to demand state officials stop targeting our queer and trans communities.
Women and nonbinary leaders across the great state of Texas are encouraged to apply for one of three micro-grants ($500 to $1,000) now offered by BossBabes ATX! Find info on what it takes and how to apply online.
Paramount Summer Classic Film Series: A playboy's trust fund is about to run out, and the only solution he can find to his financial predicament is to marry a wealthy but klutzy and socially inept botanist.
Ben Aqua curates a group exhibition of 17 QPOC Texans making art in photography, digital collage, illustration, performance, fashion design, new media, video, and painting to better visualize the artists' lived experience as brown queers in the Lonestar State.: Artists include: Adiean, Anthony Flores, Ben Aqua, Claudia G Aparicio Gamundi, Diego Mireles Durán, Henry N Rodriguez, House of KENZO, Isaiya Venegas, Josue Hart, Manuel Morales, Michael Anthony Garcia, Natalia Rocafuerte, Niko, p1nkstar, Jp Rivfe, Josh Garcia, S Rodriguez, Saakred, and Wayne Dean. Use #AllShadesConsidered on the gram!
During 2018, Medearis – known to millions as The Kitchen Diva – donated several books, manuscripts, photographs, awards, and research papers to the Carver Museum. Now, they’ve been curated and presented as this new exhibition.
Witness here an array of life-sized and larger works recently created by Meena Matocha, the artist having wielded charcoal, ashes, soil, acrylics, and wax to create paintings that "combine abstraction and figuration, exploring the space between grief and joy, the place where heaven and earth converge."
In her first solo show at Canopy's anchoring gallery, Rehab El Sadek conceptualizes a meditative journey through personal past and the ancient world, drawing inspiration from classic architecture, modern architectural theory, world literature, and historical texts. And the Chronicle's Robert Fairesreviews the show right here.
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