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Visual Arts for Sat., July 21
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    Jennifer Hill: Claywork

    Hill, whose excellent work in clay sculpting is now on display here (with that of fellow Austin ceramic artist Claire Bresette), demonstrates some unique handbuilding techniques.
    Sat., July 21, 11am-1pm. Free.
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    MASS Exodus: Benefit Auction

    That longtime MASS Gallery of creative exploration is leaving its 507 Calles home and moving down the street a ways. And here's a celebration of the event, and (as car dealerships are fond of saying) a sell-a-bration that features a daylong silent auction of works from local art stars (for instance, Sterling Allen, Hollis Hammonds, Alyssa Taylor Wendt, Jules Buck Jones) and deep-ass discounts on the array of goods in the MASS museum store. See 'em off, buy some things, there's more to come!
    Sat., July 21, 3-9pm
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    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
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    AVAA: Summer Show

    Here's the much-anticipated summertime exhibition from the Austin Visual Arts Association, featuring a diversity of local artists.
    Through Aug. 4
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    Digging Deep: From the Flatbed Flat Files

    This salon-style exhibition offers a wide array of prints – etchings, lithographs, woodcuts, and painterly prints known as monotypes – printed by hand from copper plates, stone, and carved wood on Flatbed’s presses. After two decades in the current location, the inky powerhouse has organized this show with its upcoming move in mind, digging deep to present a selection of works priced perfectly for collecting, featuring contemporary and vintage prints by artists Julie Speed, Ann Conner, Frank X Tolbert 2, Teresa Gomez-Martorell, David Everett, Francisco Delgado, Sharon Kopriva, Joan Winter, Celia Muñoz, Ken Hale, and many more. Recommended.
    Through Aug. 25
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    Recspec Gallery: The Indigo Show

    This excellent emporium of art, design, and style within the Flatbed Press complex, still going strong while anticipating the eventual move to new digs, presents a new exhibition – curated by jewelry savant Holly Bobisuthi – of work by an array of artists from Austin and around the country. Listen: "Indigo is a spectrum, a transformation, a transition, a contradiction, a green plant that makes blues. The color of both day and night. The pale blue of high noon sky over Texas and the almost-black blue of the deep Pacific Ocean."

    Recommended, yes.

    But then, how could we not recommend a show that comes with its own Spotify playlist … ?

    Through Sept. 8
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