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    The Art of Ice Cream

    This? Is one of those ooooh-this'll-look-great-on-Instagram pop-ups that all the like-hungry kids are flocking to, cameras at the ready, surfaces polished for posing. The venue's packed with a colorful array of ice-cream-themed environments, obvs, and so they'll offer you free samples of frozen confections, too. See website for details.
    Through Dec. 30. Wed.-Mon., 11am-8pm. $15-25.  
    3208 S. Congress
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    The Blanton: Kelly & Prints

    Here's a close look at Ellsworth Kelly’s six decades of printmaking practice, with the author of The Prints of Ellsworth Kelly: A Catalogue Raisonné and Richard H. Axsom of Wisconsin's Madison Museum of Contemporary Art.
    Fri., Oct. 19, noon
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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
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    Lewis Carnegie: Prentiss Douthit

    How about a bit of Europe right here at home, citizen? Here are 16 new paintings by the popular artist, vividly depicting the streets of Croatia, Italy, and Paris.
    Fri., Oct. 19, 6-10pm
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    Modern Rocks Gallery: London Rock

    Photographer Alec Byrne covered the rock and roll scene in London from the mid-Sixties through the mid-Seventies as a teenage freelancer for New Music Express and other publications during the height of London’s rock revolution. Now, he brings his work to the U.S., with an exclusive show opening at this fine gallery in the Canopy compound.
    Reception: Fri., Oct. 19, 6-10pm
OPENING
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    Big Medium: War Tuba Recital

    It reflects well on the whole Tito's Prize thing, we think, that this year's recipient is one of the most interesting and relentless, one of the most community-oriented, artists in our creativity-glutted town. Whether you're an aficionado of the possibilities of visual art or the unexplored potential of musical instruments, Steve Parker's latest confluence of those two realms will delight your senses and inspire much thought.
    Through Nov. 18
ONGOING
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