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    Landmarks: Self-Guided Walking Tour

    Use your smartphone to access self-guided tours of the outdoor public art sited by UT's award-winning Landmarks program any time you feel like it. BONUS: There's also a free, docent-led tour starting at Marc Quinn's "Spiral Of The Galaxy"(1501 Red River) on Sun., Jan. 8, 11am.
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    Northern-Southern: Festo Fest

    Northern-Southern begins 2022 with a festival of manifestos – a 'festo fest, yes – from a plethora of local artists whose written declarations (of intent, of observation, of instruction) will deck the venue's Downtown walls. Open for two days only (and culminating in a live, off-site reading of the 'festos at JJ Seabrook Park off Pershing & MLK, east of Airport, on Sun., Jan. 9. 3pm), this is a brief but richly creative charge for jumpstarting your new year with.
    Fri.-Sat., Jan. 7-8, 2-6pm
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    Butridge Gallery: The Art of Peace

    Paintings and drawings by five award-winning Austin figurative artists: J.C. Amorrortu, Lawrence Jolly, Meena Matocha, Rhea Pettit, and Linda Wandt.
    Through Jan. 8  
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    Canvas: Hell Year

    The pandemic-weary artists in this new group exhibition – Nate Szarmach, Sandra Boskamp, Padaric Kolander, Yamin Li, Arlo Neill, Andrew Smenos, Shayne Murphy, and more – take the year 2021 to task by implementing images of burning cars, facemasks, nightmare skeletons, cherubs, and nuclear explosions into their work.
    Through Jan. 8
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    Davis Gallery: Together Again

    Here's an extensive – and highly recommended – group exhibition that showcases the depth of work by 34 Texas-based Davis Gallery artists, celebrating the present and the historical feel of our everchanging state. Randall Reid. Denise M. Fulton. Dana Younger. Jan Heaton. Faustinus Deraet. Caprice Pierucci. Steve Brudniak. Lisa Beaman. B. Shawn Cox. And however many more, too, which a little math will reveal – but not as gloriously as seeing the art in person.
    Through Jan. 8
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    ICOSA: Worn, Torn, Cut & Calloused

    New works by Jonas Criscoe and Sarah Hirneisen explore the aesthetics of detritus and decay through the lenses of surface, form, material, and composition.
    Through Jan. 8
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    Martha's Contemporary: Hustling de Sol a Sol

    Erick Medel’s complexly embroidered works reveal everyday life in the city of Los Angeles, particularly illuminating the Mexican-American experience.
    Through Jan. 8
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