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  • WARRIOR. GODDESS. KING: The Art of Practical Divinity

    Ashé Arts kicks off its third season with a high octane, unapologetically sultry production on the origins and costs of Black Girl Magic. Warrior Goddess King is a part of the Melanated Experience -- a series of stories that describe the alchemy of “becoming” through “undoing” of societal influences and narratives.
    Nov. 8-16, 2019  
    414 Johanna St. W.
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    Dance

    ACC Dance Classes

    The Dance Department of Austin Community College offers classes in modern, jazz, ballet, and improvisation techniques, with student work produced twice a year in the Choreographers' Showcase. Teachers include Ellen Bartel, Jessica Cox, Kathy Dunn Hamrick, Roxanne Gage, Darla Johnson, Sunny Shen, Catherine Solaas and Melissa Watt. Note: Classes can be taken for credit and applied toward your degree.
    Prices vary, scholarships available.  
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    Visual Arts

    Dougherty Arts Center

    The Dougherty Arts School's adult arts program is dedicated to enriching the Austin community with hands-on artistic opportunities, providing skilled artists to teach a variety of classes in ceramics, digital arts, drawing and painting, darkroom photography, and more.
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    Visual Arts

    Mexic-Arte Museum: Dia de Los Muertos

    It's the Downtown museum's annual Día de Los Muertos and Community Altars exhibition, bringing the dead to Austin and Austin back to life with a panoply of artists' macabre yet celebratory creations.
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    Twyla Contemporary Art

    “It changes the room and really makes the house.” The new in-house gallery of these fine-art promoters boasts a diverse roster of artists and includes work by Austin-based Terra Goolsby and Rebecca Rothfus Harrell. See website for stylish details.
    209 W. Ninth
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    Yard Dog: The Ballad of Western Expressionism

    The renowned musician and painter Tom Russell's work reflects his life as a world traveler and the years spent immersing himself in the culture of the American Southwest. Now the man's newly transplanted to Austin and here's a show of his vibrant works.

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