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  • Teacher Confessions

    Teacher Confessions celebrates teachers through performing anonymous stories from teachers on stage. From funny, serious, poignant, or provocative, they will welcome those serious, absurd, comedic and even baffling confessions - they will highlight teachers' personal stories through storytelling and improvised skits. Expect a terrific night of diverse material!
    July 30-31, 7:30pm  
    Baker School
  • West Chelsea Contemporary Presents: STREET KINGS: RISK + Blek le Rat Opening Party with RISK

    "Risk is to art, what Aerosmith is to Rock & Roll" - Aerosmith

    Join West Chelsea Contemporary for the opening of a new show: Street Kings: Risk + Blek le Rat! Meet Risk - King of L.A. street art and lifelong friend and collaborator of Rock N' Roll icons from Rolling Stones to Travis Barker. Artist talk at 3:30 pm plus Risk print signing, drinks, music & street art party.

    Sat. July 24, 3pm-5pm  
    West Chelsea Contemporary
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    Inversion: Stigma: Songs of the Forgotten

    Here's a powerful Pride concert from the Inversion ensemble, exploring the past, present, and future of the LGBTQIA+ experience. This virtually streamed show features the world premiere of Steven Sérpa's oratorio, james (book of ruth). With a libretto by Zac Kline, this allegory of the late 20th century HIV/AIDS epidemic emphasizes themes of love, loss, and forgiveness still relevant today.
    Fri., June 25, 7pm. $15-25.  
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      Annie Jump and the Library of Heaven

      Acclaimed playwright Reina Hardy returns to the Vortex with her first National New Play Network rolling world premiere, bringing her magic and humor to this coming-of-age adventure for everyone who’s ever looked up at the stars and dreamed. "This remarkable play engages young adults and audiences of all ages, bringing science and imagination into the theatre." Directed by Marcus McQuirter and Rudy Ramirez, and starring Jeremy Rashad Brown, Oktavea LaToi, Dane Parker, Christina Blake, and Eva McQuade.
      Through July 3. Fri.-Sun., 8pm. $10 and up.  
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      Beerthoven: Get Your Groove Bach

      Daniel Swayze's excellent series returns, now at that local and ever-lively bastion of culture called the Neill-Cochran House, and featuring three in-person performances by Austin's own Bel Cuore Quartet!
      Fri.-Sun., June 25-27, 7pm. $30.  
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      BookWoman: Award-winning LGBTQ Writers

      Zoom on in to celebrate recent awards by LGBTQ authors KB Brookins, David Meischen, and ire'ne lara silva. Cindy Huyser hosts.
      Fri., June 25, 7pm. Free.  
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      ICOSA: Window Dressing XII

      Discarded household objects, old paintings from college, and paper with sensitive information make up the majority of materials used in the work of Hollie Brown and Jennifer Moore – now on display as "Nothing I Know (and Then Some)" in the front window of this excellent Canopy-based gallery.
      Artist reception: Fri., June 25, 7-9pm
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      Marilyn, Mom & Me

      In this staged reading of a new play by Luke Yankee, "a man attempts to better understand his tough-as-nails mother by pressing her to unravel the details of her intense, short-lived friendship with Marilyn Monroe while they were shooting the film, Bus Stop."
      Fri.-Sat., June 25-26, 8pm. $10.  
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      Mexic-Arte: A TransfronterizXperience & Friends

      Join the Mexic-Arte Museum for in-person performances by Tereso Perfecto Contreras and Amalia Mondragón, celebrating both Pride Month and the museum’s current exhibition, "Mexico, the Border and Beyond: Selections from the Juan Antonio Sandoval Jr. Collection."
      Fri., June 25, 6-8pm. Donations accepted.  
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      Northern-Southern: Baton

      This is a group show by relay, begun in July of 2020 as a method of socially distancing a community in the height of the pandemic: Artists took turns alone in the space, each adding to the exhibition. Now, as it nears its close, the exhibition resembles a community in which work converses and overlaps. With Adreon Henry, Vy Ngo, Dawn Okoro, Leon Alesi, Matt Steinke, Sev Coursen, Stella Alesi, and more.
      Closing reception: Sat., July 24, 3-9pm
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      Pride Mural Unveiling: Silk Road

      Scissor Sisters Hair Show has commissioned, for the side of their building, a mural that reflects the diversity of the queer community – so of course they’re throwing a party to celebrate its unveiling! "Come sip complimentary champagne, dance to some jams by DJ Sad Dad, and stick around for some badass Drag."
      Fri., June 25, 4pm  
      6535 N. Lamar
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      West Chelsea Contemporary: Icons & Vandals

      It's the swanky venue's "most monumental" show yet, featuring works by Jean-Michel Basquiat, Ai WeiWei, Roy Lichtenstein, and a slew of other creative provocateurs who have subverted the contemporary art world throughout the 20th and 21st centuries. Bonus: The closing reception features an artist talk with "The First lady of Graffiti," Lady Pink.
      Closing reception: Sun., July 11, 3-5pm
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      A Portrait of My Mother

      An artist remembers their mother, spinning a modern Mexican Cinderella tale as we follow the trials and tribulations of one woman's journey into motherhood – from her humble beginnings in the town of Laredo, Texas, to her journey to Chicago, and everything between. Written and performed by Carlo Lorenzo Garcia, directed by David R. Jarrott. Note: Now available for viewing on Vimeo.
      Through July 31. $5.  
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      A05 Gallery

      This popular gallery represents a wide array of artists, both local and international, with creations that span a dazzling plethora of mediums. Cynda Valle. Rachel Dory. John Morse. And – oh, give that website a quick look and you'll be making an appointment ASAP.
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      Akirash Online

      Sure, Austin's Olaniyi Rasheed Akindiya aka AKIRASH has an exhibition at the Carver Museum right now – and the place is closed, of course. But this Lagos-born artist also happens to have one of the most robust websites around, though you'll need a mighty big screen to get the best effect of his huge and colorful mixed-media creations and performance pieces.
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      Art 84: Cornelius Carter

      This is a virtual preview of "Work in Progress" by Austin's Cornelius Carter, a work that "captures the struggles and glory of the African-American experience along with the artist’s faith in the American dream of equality and opportunity for all."
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      ArtUs Co. Gallery: Kent Burress

      Kent Burress uses oils to capture the big skies and broad vistas of Texas in a style that often pushes the boundaries between representational and abstract art.
      Closing reception: Sat, July 24, 5:30-6:30pm
      10000 Research #118
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      Atelier Dojo: Remote Studios

      The local powerhouse of figurative painting, the art school that's the smart school for artists of all kinds, they've got a painting-along-at-home series going to help you keep your skills honed in these socially restrictive times, featuring live costumed models posing on camera and a thriving community of creatives rendering that lovely human biotecture from their separate studios. "Join us for a three-hour costumed-model drawing session. Use any supplies you wish, listen to music, share your work, chat with others. It’s a great way to stay connected with your art community!"
      Tuesdays, 1:30-4:30pm; Fridays, 6:30-9:30pm; Saturdays, 9:30-12:30pm. $5.  
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      Ballet Austin: Classes Online

      While you're home, wherever you are across the world,: you can still take a dance, fitness, or Pilates class with Ballet Austin. Ballet, barre, contemporary dance, hip-hop, tap, cardio dance fitness, and Pilates out the wazoo, so to speak, because there are so many varieties to choose among, and all taught by professional instructors – and it's all available 24/7, just like the internets.
      $3-7 per class.  
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      Behind the Scenes: Hollywood's Sistine Chapel

      Following the sold-out exhibition of Texas Performing Arts' collection of mid-century MGM film backdrops this spring, TPA now presents Behind the Scenes: Hollywood's Sistine Chapel, featuring 18 enormous backdrops from the Art Directors Guild Backdrop Recovery Project that form a nearly complete replica of the Sistine Chapel. See these master illusions in an immersive space designed for personal contemplation and up-close examination
      Through Aug. 1. Thu.-Fri., 2:30-5:30pm; Sat.-Sun., 10:30am-4:30pm. $10-20.  
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      Beyond Van Gogh

      This traveling spectacle of art, a multimedia exhibition currently ensconced at the COTA, uses cutting-edge projection technology to create an engaging journey into the world of Vincent Van Gogh. Repurposing the artist's dreams, his thoughts, and his words to drive the experience as a narrative, this huge installation will move you along projection-swathed walls wrapped in light, colour, and shapes that swirl, dance and refocus into flowers, cafes and landscapes. As a certain Dude might comment, "This is extremely fuckin' trippy, man." Make your reservations now, citizen, and if the price seems a bit steep, hell, you can probably tap your brother Theo for a loaner, amirite?
      Through Aug. 8. Daily, 11am-9pm. $37 ($24, children).  
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      Big Medium: Austin Studio Tour

      No, it's not happening right now, citizen, but it's preparing to return this November. Big Medium's humongous socioartistic success of an annual event – the free, self-guided art adventure through dozens upon dozens of local studios and galleries, enhanced by live demos and performances – will now combine the West Austin Studio Tour and East Austin Studio Tour to provide opportunities for artists all over Austin to connect and for the public to experience art safely both in person and virtually. Note: The tour boundaries have been extended to include all 10 districts of Austin for in-person participants, plus a 15-mile radius from the Capitol for virtual participants. And if you're an artist who wants to be part of this action: Applications are being accepted through July 19.
      Apply through July 19  
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      Big Medium: EPCOT: Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow

      The body of work presented by the artist Jerónimo Reyes-Retana in this exhibition is conceived as the first iteration of an ongoing field research process throughout the community of Playa Bagdad (Tamaulipas, Mexico), located a few miles below the U.S.-Mexico border, on the shores of the Mexican Gulf – a community heavily affected by, as this show addresses, the nearby SpaceX launching facility.
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      Dance

      Blue Lapis Light: Beyond the Clouds

      The acclaimed aerial dance troupe's 2020 performance (chosen by Chronicle Arts Editor Robert Faires for inclusion among his Top Ten shows of the year) is now available in a digital version online – free of charge.
      Donations accepted.  
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      Books, Books, Books in the ATX

      Don’t forget, citizen: The best place to get your reading material is from Austin's own Malvern Books or HalfPrice Books or Black Pearl Books or Bookpeople or BookWoman stores – in-person or online. (And for the ultimate in vintage collectors' editions and unique works on paper, we recommend the excellent South Congress Books.)Or try Bookshop.org in general – because Bookshop, unlike the online behemoth named after a river, shares the profits among all its independent-bookstore members.
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      ColdTowne TV

      "Set your dial to CTTV for at-home entertainment seven nights a week on ColdTowne’s Twitch channel, featuring experimental improv, live podcasts, scripted readings, guest characters, and more. Whether you’re a front row sitter or like to chill in the back, you can join the conversation with our interactive chat or just kick back and relax as you recline into cyberspace." And, this just in: In-person improv and sketch classes have returned! See website for details.
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      Conspirare: (un)Hidden Music

      Here's a curated program of heart-opening music, featuring a solo performance by Conspirare’s own Craig Hella Johnson, giving you the lowdown on the acclaimed company's musical mission.
      Streaming through July 15. Donations accepted.  
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      Contracommon Gallery: Séjour en Couleur

      Here's a wonderful new exhibition of work by Molly Knobloch, who uses bold gestural marks to build painted spaces, and Amanda Witucki, whose repeating patterns of colorful, interlocking paper shapes form larger structures.
      Through July 16
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      Davis Gallery: Introspection: Translating Beauty

      Charles Heppner’s solo show here is the second congregation of the multiple expressions in his distinct visual canon. Beginning in 2015 at the Gowanus Loft Gallery in Brooklyn, this iteration of more than 50 works brings together a range of media in which he is fluent.
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      Esther's Follies

      Esther's Follies – Austin's not-so-secret weapon in the fight against ennui – the comedy gem that still dazzles this growing urban hub – returns to the weekly live and in-person stage of their club on Dirty Sixth, the whole troupe bringing back old favorites and debuting a new program of hilarity with topical, ripped-from-the-headlines sketches and musical numbers. And you do need a laugh or two, right about this time, don't you, citizen? (And how about a margarita to go with that?) We'd add that the mind-boggling illusions presented by magician Ray Anderson are a bonus in the night's clever spectacle ... but, the way that arch maestro conjures mystery and delight, "bonus" would be an insult. Oh! Welcome back, y'all!
      Thu., 8pm; Fri.-Sat., 8 & 10pm. $30-40.  
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      Fallout Comedy

      What's the fallout from this pandemic? Who knows, right? But we know this is the Fallout near the end of the pandemic: An eclectic mix of live, mind-rocking comedy from some of Austin's best, all week long – even that weekly Sure Thing showcase is back! Check the website for details.
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      Theatre

      Fresh Takes on Gilbert & Sullivan

      Gilbert & Sullivan Austin presents a new streaming series of scenes created by Austin theatre artists, offering a fresh take on classic selections from G&S operettas H.M.S. Pinafore, The Mikado, and Ruddigore.
      Through July 15. Free.  
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      Greater Tuna

      Yes, this show is presented live, onstage, just a little ways north of town! The Georgetown Palace Theatre presents the classic Lone Star-studded comedy about "the third smallest town in Texas," where "citizens parade across the stage in all their outrageous and irreverent glory, commenting on life, politics, and what makes them (and sometimes us) tick." Note: There is some adult language not appropriate for kids.
      Through June 27. Fri.-Sat., 7:30pm; Sun., 2pm. $32-34.  
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      Heroic Dose

      Surely those Rude Mechs aren't planning on treating everyone to a hit of acid on Bicycle Day, right? Surely this latest multimedia, assorted-deliveries, unique community engagement project of theirs will only suggest or roughly replicate the effects of that psychedelic experience? Although who the fuck knows, these days? Especially since this is the award-winning, wholly entertaining, and paradigm-twisting Rudes we're talking about? Listen: "We will create an artistic circle of insight in which members will receive messages, signs, experiences, medicine, prayers, happenings and access to insights now and thru the near and far futures. These communications will begin but not be limited to the USPS, electronic mail, phone calls, gatherings, bonfires, scripture, visitations and visions. This ceremony does not promise us absolute truth. However, art can arise throughout our journeys and change can follow as that art is integrated into our daily lives in this urban jungle." Our professional recommendation: Get on it, voyager.
      It's already begun and it runs until, oh god, it could really be whatever. Pay what you can.  
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      HRC: Henry David Thoreau

      You know who, way back in the day, had the whole self-isolation thing down pretty damn well? "The author of Walden and Civil Disobedience" is the answer. Of course, Thoreau was only in "semi-seclusion" out there in the north country woods; but what he had to say – what he wrote, in many instances – is a valuable resource for people in these socially distanced times. Here, take yourself a virtual stroll through Thoreau's manuscripts (and letters and more) as beautifully archived in UT's own Harry Ransom Center.
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      Ivester Contemporary: Balm

      Here's a solo exhibition of paintings by Houston-based artist Bradley Kerl, featuring work that often reflects the fleeting moments and meditative spaces of the artist’s quotidian life. Featuring work, we note, of gorgeous colors and patterns in the service of depicting this modern life. As reviewed here by the Chronicle's own Robert Faires.
      Through June 26
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      La Peña Gallery: Of Imaginary Cities

      Here's a voyage through the art and imagination of Fernando Muñoz, a creator who works with acrylics, watercolors, printmaking, and drawings to evoke his recurrent themes of solitude, melancholy, and the search for belonging.
      Through July 1
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      Laguna Gloria

      This local treasure of a venue, run by those Contemporary Austin folks who also bring us the Jones Center shows Downtown, is all about the outdoors – which is perfect for these trickily navigated times of ours, n'est-ce pas? Recommended: Stop by and breathe in the air, enjoy the lawns and gardens and the many examples of world-class sculpture arrayed across the property, and (as Frankie used to say) r-e-l-a-x.
      Thu.-Fri., 9am-noon; Sat.-Sun., 9am-3pm
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      Landmarks: Self-Guided Walking Tour

      Well, it's always an event, isn't it? When you can take your smartphone to access self-guided tours of the outdoor public art sited by UT's award-winning Landmarks program? The answer (as long as the streets and sidewalks aren't dangerous with all this newfangled ice and snow) is a hearty, full-throated YES.
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      Link & Pin Gallery: Listening to Stillness

      New and recent works by Austin-based abstract artist Greta Olivas.
      Through July 24
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      Lydia Street Gallery: Un/Common Thread

      Amy Scofield uses humanity's material discards to create intuitively inspired works of magic. "My work addresses conservation, consumerism, notions of value and attachment, through sculpture and installations made from already existing materials," says the artist. "I've used thousands of discarded bike tubes, zillions of salvaged Mylar strips from mailing envelopes, dozens of yards of recycled city water pipe, hundreds of dead trees, shards of dried mud or twisty vines to create works that ask the viewer to reconsider what is meaningful." See for yourself, now, at Scofield's latest exhibition in the Lydia Street Gallery.
      Through June 25
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      MACC Galleries: Reopened!

      The Community Gallery and the Sam Z. Coronado Gallery in the Mexican-American Cultural Center reopen "with social distancing and additional health and safety precautions in place," and inviting reservations to see "Rosy Campanita, El Camino del Corazon, The Path of the Heart," which documents 13 years of struggle, persistence, and resilience between 2003-2016, and "Poética Textil/ Textile Poems," in which contemporary artists reveal their restlessness, inquiry, and research into the creation of fabric art via printing, weaving, and assemblage.
      Mon.-Fri., 10am-6pm. Donations accepted.  
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      MACC: 21/ Veintiuno

      The Mexican-American Cultural Center presents this new virtual exhibition by Ender Martos, featuring multiple digital photographs of the acclaimed artist’s work arranged in three thematic periods of 21 years that represent the artist’s past, present, and future.
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      Modern Rocks Gallery Online

      What, you don't feel like looking at exclusive, worldclass, public and candid shots of international rockstars and music legends of times past and (almost) present? Alrighty, then. But you're totally missing out.
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      Neill-Cochran House: The Struggle and the Glory

      Cornelius Carter’s paintings capture the struggle and glory of African-Americans along with the artist’s faith in the dream of equality and opportunity for all – including portraits of Muhammed Ali, Frederick Douglass, Malcolm X, and Jean-Michel Basquiat.
      Through Sept. 5
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      Sage Studio: Call Me Tony

      This is a solo show from Philadelphia-based Anthony Coleman, whose distinct style "combines the color and mood of cartoons from the '70s and '80s with his own personal style and keen eye for portraiture."
      Through July 25
      916 Springdale
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      San Antonio Review: Call for Submissions

      Submit your work for digital and print publication in the Austin-based international literary, arts and ideas journal, San Antonio Review. Fifth print issue forthcoming at the end of August. See site for details.
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      Stand-up at the Santa Cruz

      Did you know there's a stand-up showcase every Monday at this Eastside theatre, and every other Friday, too? Funny, how that is – but true.
      Mondays, 8pm; Fridays, 7:30pm. $10.
      1807 E. Seventh
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      testsite: How a House Works

      How does a house work? The folks at Fluent-Collaborative presented such a compelling answer from artists Andy Coolquitt and Alix Browne that, when the coronavirus shutdown went into effect, they turned the exhibition into a website of its own. So now you can click over for a visit, and – hey, who's answering the questions here?
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      The Blanton: From the Collection of Jack Shear

      In 1999, the photographer and art collector Jack Shear co-organized an exhibition at New York’s Drawing Center: "Drawn from Artist’s Collections." This new show at the Blanton is curated by Shear "in an exploratory, free-flowing manner in which the forms, compositions and colors on the sheets respond to one another in a playful, non-traditional hang."
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      The Blanton: Sedrick Huckaby

      Texas-based artist Sedrick Huckaby explores psychology, community, and the human condition in his powerful portraits painted from life. The catalog notes say: "Through his virtuoso facility with oil paint, Huckaby utilizes texture, dimensionality, and intensely saturated colors to extraordinary expressive effect." Says the artist himself: "The African-American family and its heritage has been the content of my work for several years. In large-scale portraits of family and friends I try to aggrandize ordinary people by painting them on a monumental scale."
      Through Dec. 5  
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      The Bullock Museum: Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow

      This powerful show, a traveling exhibition organized by the New-York Historical Society, explores the transformative years after the Civil War and the rise of Jim Crow, centering on stories of African Americans who pursued the ideals of Reconstruction and persevered in the face of a developing legal system promoting racial inequality.
      Through Nov. 28
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      The Contemporary Austin: "I'm" and "Bible Eye"

      Austin-born and internationally acclaimed, Deborah Roberts critiques notions of beauty, the body, race, and identity in contemporary society through the lens of Black children. (Her first solo museum presentation in Texas, "I'm," is part of The Contemporary Austin's participation in the Feminist Art Coalition – a nationwide initiative of art institutions to generate awareness of feminist thought, experience, and action through exhibitions and events.) Norway's Torbjørn Rødland works with analog technology and readymade spaces to create photographs that render the everyday uncanny. His images blend the cool, seductive aestheticism of commercial and fashion photography with the layered complexity of a conceptual practice, resulting in ambivalent perspectives that both attract and repulse.
      Through Aug. 15  
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      The Contemporary from Home

      The Contemporary Austin's superlative museum galleries and sculpture park can be visited digitally through art and nature snapshots, tours, and quiet moments of reflection. Experience past performances and new happenings at the museum, discover artist talks and lectures, and stream films and playlists for these all-too-interesting times – in the comfort of your own home.
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      The Social Distancing Festival

      This is an online community, as playwright and unstoppable force of creative nature Nick Green informs us, and it's been activated to "celebrate and showcase the work of the many artists around the world who have been affected by the need for social distancing that has come about due to the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19)." It's not Austin-based, this virtual and ongoing festival of all kinds of performance arts, but damned if there aren't a few talented Austinites among the eclectic mix.
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      Umlauf Sculpture Garden

      The Umlauf reopens its famed Garden to the general public. There won’t be any performances going on yet, as occasionally delighted crowds in the Before Times, but there will be all those expertly wrought sculptures, the bronze or stone cynosures from Charles Umlauf and others anchoring sight among the bright gardenscapes and tree-towered paths: Perfect for a strolling, fresh-air respite from yet another screenful of pixels in your all-too-familiar abode.: Note: The usual safety measures will be in effect: A limit of 30 visitors in the garden at a time; a one-way marked path to follow; masks and social distancing strongly encouraged; etc. (You know the routine: You’re an old hand at this pandemic shit by now, right?) Also, know that the Umlauf’s private-event rentals will resume with limited capacity set by local and state guidelines – and its summer camp program will proceed with those restrictions in mind, too.: See the museum’s website for details and to schedule an appointment.
      Tue.-Fri., 10am-4pm; Sat.-Sun., 11am-4pm
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      Virtual Hideout

      So many shows, so many themes, such a freakin' panoply of improv talents at this Hideout that it makes the mind, how you say, boggle. Longtime house troupe Parallelogramophonograph sets the performance bar high AF, but damned if their everchanging roster of guests doesn't sometimes knock it right off. The Hideout's got a full weekly schedule of entertainments for you online, and even some in-person shows, now! (Of course, this may change. Stupid 'ronas.) Check that website, STAT.
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      Wally Workman Gallery: Sunlight

      Inspired by forms from cut flowers and small sculptures created from discarded material in the studio, Austin-based Diana Greenberg explores three-dimensional twists and turns of color on a flat plane.
      Through July 3
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      Wyld Gallery

      This is Ray Donley's gallery of art by Native Americans, located Downtown and resplendent with creations from the original people of our struggling country.
      Call for appointment
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      Yard Dog: Cowboy Blue

      West Virginia artist Fort Guerin was raised in Mesa, Arizona, and it's the west – in particular, the mythos of the Old West – that fires his imagination and provides the subjects for his paintings. Guerin's recent works, now set to enliven the walls at Canopy-based Yard Dog, are a vibrant array of larger and smaller paintings, some of which will be available only in the gallery and not online. Note: Online, they'll be releasing 10 new paintings each Saturday for four weeks.
      Through June 27

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