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    Cloud Tree: EAST Preview Party

    Serving suggestion: Right before The Big Weekend of EAST hits us all, stop by to party with the Cloud Tree crew (and those Nimbus artists) and their creations of wood, resin, jewelry, paintings, and ceramics.
    Fri., Nov. 15, 7-9pm
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    Landmarks Video: Satan is Real

    Ragnar Kjartansson's moving images are the latest to get the big-screen treatment in this ongoing series from your friends at UT's Landmarks program.
    Through Nov. 30. Daily, 7-10pm  
    ART Building, 2301 San Jacinto
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    The Foundry: Opening Party

    The Eastside's new sustainable, mixed-use building from Cielo Property Group boasts a collection of art and design by Austin makers – curated by Northern-Southern, no less – and celebrates those works (by Stella Alesi, Jaime Zuverza, Rachel Freeman, Transmountain Design, Michael Krumenacker, Simon Walker, Phillip Niemeyer, and 4th Edition Design) at this night's opening soirée.
    Fri., Nov. 15, 7-11pm  
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    Seton Cove: The Grackle and the Deer

    The painter Phillip Wade has been an instructor at the Contemporary Austin's Laguna Gloria school since 1999. In this show, he treats us to enchanting views of a variety of creatures – some considered to be garden pests.
    Reception: Fri., Nov. 15, 5:30-7:30pm
    Seton Cove Spirituality Center, 3708 Crawford
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    ICOSA: (Untitled) Open Space

    This new show, curated for EAST by Leslie Moody Castro, features work by 14 artists whose creations formally and playfully challenge the notion of space and how to interact with it.
    Through Nov. 24
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    Link & Pin: Techniques

    This group show highlights creations by six Texas-based artists working in a variety of mediums and techniques: Larry Goode, Thomas Athey, Connie Miller, Jill Robinson, Lyle Adair, and Nicole Jeffords.
    Through Nov. 24. Fri., noon-4pm; Sat.-Sun., noon-6pm
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    MASS Gallery: These Lessons

    Brooke Burnside, Diego Mireles Duran, and Carlos Rosales-Silva use use their unique perspectives to understand the residues of colonial histories and expand the Western cultural vocabulary to include the traditions of their homelands and ancestors, the visual and the spatial offering an alternative to the codified and inequitable linguistic and logical mathematical approaches that most educational structures are built on.
    Through Dec. 14
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    Prizer Arts & Letters: Transient

    The artist Rehab El Sadek continues her exploration into issues related to immigration, belonging, communication, and language, using sound installation, photography, and the written word to inspire consideration of residential spaces and our relationship to them and to each other. Visitors to this intimate Eastside gallery are invited to add their own reflections on where they live and where they have felt most at home. Note: The closing celebration features a reading by Naomi Shihab Nye and friends.
    Closing celebration: Sat., Jan. 4, 1-4pm
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