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    AJC General Body Meeting

    Learn about the work Austin Justice Coalition is doing and how you can get involved.
    First Tuesdays, 6:30pm  
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    Civic Events

    City of Austin "How to Help" Portal

    Looking for the right way to help your community during the pandemic? Or do you have a volunteer opportunity that you want to list? Visit the city's "How to Help" portal to make a match. The portal includes ways to help from home, donation drives, and active community engagement opportunities.
     
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    Digital Psychology Webinar

    Chris Aarons, founder and principal of Chris Aarons Strategy and Marketing, discusses the psychology of marketing and how you can use the information to grow your business.
    Wed., May 5, 1pm. Free.  
    Virtual
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    Kids

    Just for Teens: Teen Council Social Hour

    Members of the Central Library Teen Council want to meet you! Join them for a monthly virtual social hour with games and activities, and learn more about how they work with the library to amplify teen voices.
    First Wednesdays, 5pm
  • Arts

    Theatre

    Natatorium

    How far would you go for The Good Life? Listen: 20-something couple Jules and Ash and their gamer neighbors Devon and Chris are trapped in an unending cycle of late rent, mounting debt, and day-old pizza. Across from their shitty apartment complex is Natatorium, a premier gated community full of gleaming mansions, sparkling pools, and possibilities ripe for the taking. You will help decide the fate of these would-be thieves as they reach for a shinier life – even if that means taking down a mega-rich corporate asshole or two along the way.: Intrigued? This new show is from improvised-music conductor Kenzie Slottow and director Kaci Beeler in collaboration with Density512 and American Berserk Theatre. So, OK, now we know the premise, and we can trust it'll be done well. Also, "Natatorium pushes the limits of virtual performance technology to combine a chamber ensemble of six musicians with a 10-person cast of improvising actors." And the cast and crew will perform live from Austin and six other U.S. cities, with each night a unique, unrepeatable experience. So this, we reckon, will be one of those online livestream things that are totally worth seeing, not just a theatrical stopgap but another of those odd good things to come out of the pandemic, tempting us to say "Hey – thanks, 'ronas!" even as we continue to kick the virus's ass. Note: This show features adult language and themes of violence.
    Fri., April 16, 8pm; Sun., April 18, 2pm. $10.  
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    Nature Never Wastes Workshop

    This virtual art workshop creates a fun new use for those plastic grocery bags! Join artist Calder Kamin as she teaches how to crochet plastic into art objects for an engaging Earth Day celebration. All you need besides bags is a pair of scissors and crochet needles.
    Thu., April 22, 4pm  
    Virtual
  • Arts

    Visual Arts

    testsite: How a House Works

    How does a house work? The folks at Fluent-Collaborative presented such a compelling answer from artists Andy Coolquitt and Alix Browne that, when the coronavirus shutdown went into effect, they turned the exhibition into a website of its own. So now you can click over for a visit, and – hey, who's answering the questions here?

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