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    Brown Bag Lunch: Austin in the Eighties

    Pack your lunch and head to the Austin History Center for a trip down memory lane, as Texas Bill – that is, acclaimed photographer Bill Leissner – offers a talk about Austin in the Eighties and shares some of his favorite photographs from that period in the city's evolving narrative.
    Fri., March 30, noon-1pm
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    Wander

    Austin's innovative Art In Public Places project has conjured up an excellent choose-your-own-adventure sort of experience that incorporates actual sculpture on display around our urban hub. Roam the streets, roam the art, deep in the heart of Texas.
    All the time, any time
OPENING
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    Austin Art Garage: Whimsy & Wonder

    Whimsy and wonder, indeed: If anyone can evoke those feelings in a show of new paintings, it's gonna be that Lauren Briere with her sci-fi-inflected "Robots & Rowboats" series.
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    ICOSA: Chambers of Longing

    New sculptural works by Andrea de Leon and Terra Goolsby use a variety of media including porcelain, glass, and metal to examine the phenomena of fetishism and object relations.
    Through April 21
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    MASS Gallery: MASS + 1

    This is a group show of MASS members who've each invited a plus-one to show alongside or collaborate. So, who are the lucky additions? Who are the exhibition partners chosen by artists Ida Behjat, Andrea Calo, Ted Carey, Michelle Devereux, Erin Gentry, Jules Jones, Drew Liverman, Rick Mansfield, and Scott Proctor?
    Through April 29
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