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Visual Arts for Sat., June 10
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    Art for the People Gallery: Vibrance of Summer

    One of the definitions of “vibrance” is “the state of being full of energy and life," and this gallery is definitely ablaze with vivid energy! “Vibrance of Summer” provides your sensation-hungry eyes a dynamic array of works created by more than 35 Austin artists.
    Through Aug. 11  
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    Flatbed Press: Recalling la Romita

    This group exhibition of work was inspired by or created at La Romita by artists attending Flatbed’s summer residency workshop of 2022. The residency and workshop is held every two years at La Romita School of Art in Terni, Umbria, Italy.
    Through July 17
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    grayDUCK Gallery: When It Suns, It Pours

    This exhibition of drawing, printmaking, sculpture, and sound installation by Abby Flanagan and Kerry Maguire features artworks that are fragments of day-to-day attempts to reckon with oblivion. The artists use material traces and glitching as a means of calling attention to the realm of the infinitesimal and the unapparent: a singular shell in the ocean, a particle of dust in the atmosphere, a drop in a rainstorm, a blip on the radar.
    Through July 9  
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    La Peña Gallery: Artemis

    Named after the Greek goddess of health and vigor, the Artemis Project is an informal peer group of women veteran artists and those in active service exploring their inner artist as a way of processing experiences of trauma and post-traumatic stress unique to women in the military. Featuring works by Shirley Riley, Judith Estrada Garcia, Juanita Gotts, and Joy Anderson.
    Through June 24. Free.
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    Northern-Southern: From, A Return to Outdoors

    This new adventure revisits Northern–Southern’s pandemic outdoor exhibitions, continuing where the exhibition "TOOO" left off, posing the question: What does this wild art mean now, in a New Austin too quick for memory? Artwork will be dispersed, wild, across the city of Austin and beyond, in the semi-public and overlooked spaces. In the gallery will be things from the works — sketches, parts, models — arrayed as a map on the floor and walls. Featuring pieces by Amy Scofield, Ann Armstrong, Ash Duban, Christos Pathiakis, Given McClure, Giampiero Selvaggio, Hannah Spector, Jesse Cline, Leon Alesi, Phillip Niemeyer, Rachael Starbuck, Sterling Allen, and Tammy West. See website for details!
    Through June 25. Thu.-Sun., 2-6pm  
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