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    Dimension Gallery: No

    We're saying "yes" to this particular "No," 2018's first show at the acclaimed Dimension space, as it's new work by Dana Younger, Blue Genie co-founder and one of the city's finest figurative sculptors. Suggestion: Face the new year head-on with the man's most recent body of work.
    Through Feb. 17
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    FronteraFest 2018: The Short Fringe

    What's on the schedule this final week? Brilliant monologues? Comedy improv? Cabaret singers? Avant-garde dance? Bizarre performance art? Multimedia? The 25th annual FronteraFest's "Best of the Fest" gathers the diverse goodness of this year's crop and forms it into the tastiest schedule of short theatre 2018 is likely to see. Check the website for details!
    Through Feb. 17. Tue.-Sat., 8pm. $18.  
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    FronteraFest: Mi Casa Es Su Teatro

    This year's Mi Casa showcase from FronteraFest, curated by Kelly Hasandras and Megan Thornton, is a block party of theatre, comedy, music, and dance in Travis Heights. It's an array of private homes in which you'll see new works from Steve Moore, Kelsey Oliver, Jason Phelps, Heloise Gold, Cyndi Williams, Aundre Wesley, Amy Litzinger, Topping Haggerty, Devon Ragsdale, Carina Magyar, Way Spurr-Chen, Jesus Valles, Cami Alys, Zach Muhn, Virginia Honig, Brently Heilbron, and more. Note: All houses are within walking distance.
    Sat., Feb. 10, noon-6pm. $5-15.  
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    Gallery Shoal Creek: Strata

    These prints – woodcut, intaglio – and drawings by New Mexico artist Karina Noel Hean explore her responses to the landscape, all containing "a layering of time, memory, and mark," and composing just one vivid part of this year's PrintAustin program.
    Through Feb. 17
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    PrintExpo + Steamroller

    Here's the most enjoyable upheaval of graphic goodness from this year's PrintAustin initiative, featuring bins with hundreds of priced-just-right prints, live demonstrations of different techniques, and – yes! – steamroller printing. And it's at the Museum of Human Achievement in Canopy, right? Which compound contains Big Medium, Art.Science.Gallery., Modern Rocks, Bale Creek Allen Gallery, and more. And Dimension Gallery right down the street! And Zhi Tea just across the way! This Saturday afternoon is, in other words, a perfect time for a visit.
    Sat., Feb. 10, noon-5pm
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    Volcom Garden: Where Do We Go From Here?

    Here's a mindblowing array of pop-culture marvels and graphic mayhem from Morning Breath and Mike Giant, international purveyors of visual power and eye-positive harbingers of doom. Gonna be a sweet mass of originals, prints, T-shirts, books, and – skateboard decks? That last one, maybe. The first few, definitely. And a fucking awesome opening reception with the artists this Saturday night.
    Reception: Sat., Feb. 10, 7-11pm
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    Wally Workman Gallery: Malcolm Bucknall

    A chameleon-like eclecticism has characterized his work to various distinct periods of art-historical influences and beyond, but the common thread in Bucknall's imagery is an animal-human mix. It's a vivid personal mythology that we've reveled in before and are excited to see the newest manifestations of here.
    Through March 3
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    Austin Public

    Committed to freedom of speech and expression, Austin Public is a nonexclusive and content-neutral media studio that offers low- and no-cost training, equipment, facilities, and cablecasting services to all Austinites. It is managed by the Austin Film Society under contract from the city of Austin, and operates cable channels 10, 11, and 16, and live streams. New training classes are ongoing; see website for calendar.

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