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for Mon., April 3
  • Colors of Dance

    Join the School of Indian Percussion & Music for an enchanting evening celebrating the rich cultural heritage of India at "Colors of Dance." Immerse yourself in the vibrant rhythms and graceful movements of traditional Indian classical dance, featuring captivating performances of Kathak and Bharatnatyam.
    Sat. June 22, 6pm  
    Anderson High School
  • Billy Strings in Concert

    Billy Strings is performing at Moody Center on Saturday, December 14th. Tickets on sale now!
    Sat. Dec. 14, 7:30pm  
    Moody Center
  • Music

    Carcass, Municipal Waste, Sacred Reich, Creeping Death [outside]

    With all due respect to groove metal rabble-rousers Sacred Reich, crossover keg-standers Municipal Waste, and British goregrind legends Carcass, I’d like to dedicate this space to Mohawk lineupmates Creeping Death. John Darnielle couldn’t have realized it in 2002, but the Mountain Goats’ track “The Best Ever Death Metal Band in Denton” prophesied the absolute triumph of these DFW-area riff warriors. Tossing pit-ready hardcore breakdowns, buzzy Gothenburg guitar tones, and the slam-happy gallop of mid-tempo thrash together in one blood-soaked bender, Creeping Death might be the best ever death metal band from Texas, full stop.
    Mon., April 3, 6:30pm  
  • Community


    Casa de Spurs at Native Hostel

    As part of the San Antonio Spurs' visit to Austin for the I-35 Series, join other fans at Native for photo ops, games, watch parties, and exclusive giveaways. Early birds can get a free drink at 8am and 4pm daily. Additionally, there's a Sunday Funday Pub Crawl along West Sixth starting at 1pm, with free pedicab rides to Native for a 5pm watch party. Text SPURSWEEK to 210/444-5050 to get the full daily rundown with additional activity announcements throughout Spurs Week.
    April 2-6. Sunday, 3:30pm-11pm; Mon.-Thu., 8am-11pm. Free.  
  • Arts


    Cohen New Works Festival

    The Cohen New Works Festival is a biennial, weeklong showcase of new work created by UT students and staged in various locations around campus, presenting not only plays, but all mediums of student-generated work. "It's not just an event, but a celebration of a continuously ongoing process." See website for details.
    Through April 7, times and locations vary  
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    Free Chol Soo Lee (2022)

    Indie Lens Pop-Up: PBS' Indie Lens presents a free community screening (RSVP required) of this fascinating doc about a Korean immigrant wrongfully convicted of murder in California in 1973. Screening is followed by a discussion with community partner Asian Texans for Justice’s interim Executive Director Lily Trieu.
    Mon., April 3, 7pm. Free, but RSVP.  
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    Uncut Gems (2019)

    Sandler delivers one of his finest performances in this taut NYC crime thriller.
    Mon., April 3, 3pm  
  • Arts

    Visual Arts

    UT School of Information: Algorithmic Assemblages: Do Machines Dream of Art?

    This exhibition by Sylvia Morales and Holland Hopson features an algorithm-generated stream of artistic combinations based on randomized descriptions from the United States Library of Congress Subjects Index.
    Closing reception: Thu., April 13, 12:30-1:30pm
    1616 Guadalupe
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