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  • 14th Annual Hill Country Film Festival

    Escape to Fredericksburg, Texas for the 2023 Hill Country Film Festival! This celebration of independent film takes place in downtown Fredericksburg, with film screenings at the Great Hall at Hoffman Haus and the Nimitz Ballroom. HCFF will screen short and feature-length independent films, as well as host filmmaker Q&A, panel discussions, parties and more.
    June 1-4  
    Fredericksburg
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    Art & Parks: Mural Tour

    Join the Downtown Austin Alliance, Pease Park Conservancy, and Ride Bikes Austin for a tour of inspirational and iconic murals and artworks in and around downtown Austin parks. The ride begins at the La Mujer Mosaic near the Mexican American Cultural Center at 9am and will end at Pease Park around noon. Find suggestions for bike rentals and register online.
    Sat., March 11, 9am. Free, but RSVP.  
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      BIPOC Pop

      This three-day symposium brings together creatives, scholars, and industry leaders in comics, gaming, animation, and multimedia arts, building a creative critical space and strengthening community. The schedule is packed with panels, workshops, performances, and more, and it's all free! Read about last year's event here.
      Thu.-Sat., March 9-11, 9am-5pm  
      Glickman Conference Center, 305 E. 23rd, UT campus
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      Museum of Graffiti: Art of Hip-Hop

      The Museum of Graffiti, the world’s first museum dedicated to the preservation and exhibition of graffiti art, is galvanizing the South By Southwest festival with an exhibit celebrating the 50th anniversary of hip-hop, with programs and classes covering the five pillars of hip-hop: MCs, breakdancing, graffiti, knowledge, and DJs.
      Fri.-Sun., March 10-12, 11am-7pm. $12.
      809 E. Sixth
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      Indra's Awarehouse: AMPT Festival

      AMPT is an experiential art gallery, performance space, tech expo, and hub for creativity and innovation during the Austin music festival season, presenting 10 days of local art, music, performances, and tech. See website for details!
      Through March 19. $33-250.  
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      No Scrubs: A '90s Pole Showcase

      Here's a totally radical trip back to a simpler time when the internet began its takeover, your Nintendo and Tamagotchi battled for your attention, and our president played the field. This showcase features Black Box Creative staff, students, and guest performers performing original pole, burlesque, and twerk numbers that, they promise, will rock your world.
      Sat., March 11, 5pm. $35.  
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