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for Fri., Feb. 24
  • Past Deposits from a Future Yet to Come

    Past Deposits from a Future Yet to Come is a new video art installation by internationally recognized artists Teresa Hubbard / Alexander Birchler. Opening night festivities include a viewing of the installation alongside a free live performance of the musical score composed by Alex Weston.
    Sat. Mar. 2, 7pm  
    Moody Amphitheater
  • UTNT (UT New Theatre) Festival

    UTNT (UT New Theatre) presents newly developed works from playwrights of Texas Theatre and Dance and Michener Center for Writers. Now celebrating its 17th season, this showcase exists as an incubator for new work, with many plays continuing on to be professionally produced across the country.
    Feb. 29-Mar. 3  
    UT Theatre and Dance
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    Comedy

    Mac Blake: Live Stand-Up Album Recording

    Mac Blake is a veteran of Master Pancake Theater, a winner of the Funniest Person in Austin contest, and a featured performer at more festivals than you can shake a wristband at. (He's also, according to Brenner, one of the funniest humans to ever breathe the air of Austin.) So, yeah, you probably want to be front and center when Sure Things Records grabs the audio radiance of tonight's show as it happens. Bonus: Gabe Davis opens.
    Fri., Feb. 24, 8pm. $15-20.
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    Visual Arts

    The Cathedral Open House: Hailey Gearo

    Gather with Austin's largest local women and nonbinary artist collective, atxGALS, to shop Hailey Gearo's newest collection of work, dance to live music by Shelbi Alexandria, enjoy free drinks, and support local business while benefitting Black Mamas.
    Fri., Feb. 24, 7-10pm. $15-25.
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    Visual Arts

    ArtUs Co: The Collective Show

    It's an evening of art and culture, with an opening reception introducing the artists and residents of Studios 141 at ArtUs Co. Featuring Eric Coleman, Laura Fox-Wallis, Rosemary Villegas, Juan Villegas, Erik Kuykendall , Dylan Quinn, Lindsay Metcalf, Bobbie Wilson, Cari Washburn, and June Third Films. Bonus: Live performance by Mind's Eye Muse.
    Fri., Feb. 24, 6-10pm
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    Visual Arts

    Big Medium @ LINE: Not as a likeness of anything on earth

    Inspired by Ad Reinhardt's "25 lines of Words on Art", Farangiz Yuspova's closing event ties to concepts she's explored during her residency at the LINE; e.g., a constructed fictional space that doesn't abide by the rules of physics.
    Fri., Feb. 24, 6:30-9pm. Free.  
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    Theatre

    Godspell

    You know this beloved musical by Stephen Schwartz, of course, and here's an intimate production directed by Anna Skidis Vargas (with musical direction by Susan Finnigan), featuring an ensemble of St. Ed’s students and Actors’ Equity guest artists Mattie Buzonas and Grammy Award-winner Patrick Hartigan.
    Through Feb. 26. Thu.-Sat., 7:30-9pm; Sun., 2pm. $15-30.  
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    Visual Arts

    Ivester Contemporary: Entangled Portmanteau

    Interdisciplinary artist & independent curator Michael Anthony García, builds upon a practice of subconscious introspection of making artwork and the honesty that comes from self observation, coaxing a creative entanglement by testing the fringes of his culturally diploid world. Recommendation: See his performance in the Ivester Project Space tonight!
    Fri., Feb. 24, 7-9pm
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    Visual Arts

    Window Dressing XXV: Corolla Celica 2023

    Corolla is a Latin word meaning “small crown,” while Celica is derived from the word coelica, also Latin, meaning “heavenly” or “celestial.” The Corolla and the Celica are two of the most popular cars ever manufactured by the Japanese automaker Toyota, although exporting of the Celica ceased in July 2005. This "Corolla Celica 2023" window dressing, a series of works by Goodluckhavefun's Timothy McCool, comprises wooden shapes collaged together to evoke suburban and exurban landscapes.
    Artist Reception: Friday, Feb. 24, 7-9pm
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