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for Fri., July 13
  • Arts

    Visual Arts

    Women & Their Work: The Lure

    Margaux Crump debuts a body of work that explores gender and the natural world through the lens of power relationships, her sculptures, drawings, and photographs tracing the complex movements of power between entities. And the Chronicle's Melany Jean has an excellent review of the show right here.
    Artist talk: Sat., July 14, 11:30am. Exhibition through July 26
  • Arts

    Visual Arts

    Yard Dog: Western Futurism

    Assemblage artist Jimmy Descant, who calls himself a Severe Reconstructivist, uses parts from the golden age of American manufacturing to embody his vision of the West – its people, environment, and social/political conditions.
    Through July 31
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    Yellow Submarine (1968)

    4K Restoration: 50th anniversary of Sixties psychedelia in which the Beatles must fight the Blue Meanies, who have invaded Pepperland.
    Fri., July 13, 4:20  
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    Yellow Submarine (1968)

    Newly Restored: Sunday School: 50th anniversary of Sixties psychedelia in which the Beatles must fight the Blue Meanies, who have invaded Pepperland.
    Fri., July 13, 9:45  
  • Arts

    Theatre

    You and Me (But Mostly Me)

    Brendan Eprile and Greg DriscollNYC’s unofficial power couple – bring their sass, class, and just the right amount of trash in this live music cabaret. With Tyler Groft on piano and Trevor Detling on drums.
    Fri., July 13, 8pm. $15-35.  
  • Arts

    Theatre

    Zilker Summer Musical: All Shook Up

    There's an Elvis-celebratin' spectacle of live performance rocking the hillside stage for the 60th anniversary of this midsummer entertainment.
    Through Aug. 18. Thu.-Sat., 8:15pm. Free.

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