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    Women & Their Work: The Future Is Behind Us

    Rachel Wolfson Smith focuses our attention on the essential and grounding effect of beauty in nature, portraying constructed, intricate, and imagined landscapes, creating "an antidote to the imbalance many of us experience as we lurch from impulse to impulse in our tech-laden, consumer-driven, modern existence." Yes – an antidote to that, and a paean to the possibilities of graphite wielded by a brilliant hand and mind.
    Opening reception: Sat., Aug. 13, 7-9pm
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    Davis Gallery: Trailheads and Transmutations

    Artist couple Felice House and Dana Younger present painting and sculpture that studies, observes, processes, and transmutes the wild spaces and creatures of Texas, their work deeply resonant with that of painter Thomas Cole, father of the Hudson River School. Natural beauty, in other words, captured with consummate skill by two longtime locals.
    Through Sept. 3
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    In Katie Bender's "delightfully off-kilter" new play, Judith, dressed as a man, moves to London to stand trial in her absent brother's place, and – when the trial goes badly – begins to write plays to please the Queen and restore her brother's good name. This solo show about ambition, artistry, love, and Shakespeare features Taylor Flanagan as Judith and is directed by Madge Darlington.
    Through Sept. 3. Thu.-Sat., 8pm. $12-26.  
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    Northern-Southern: Mice Elf, Again

    The colorful creations of Drew Liverman are up next in this intimate powerhouse of a gallery Downtown, paintings of "hot doom, the joys of love, bike rides, Olaf from Frozen, Goya's covens, and scraps of what could be something for a place to live, for a time."
    Aug. 11-Sept. 10
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