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  • Arts

    Visual Arts

    A05 Gallery: Todd Talks

    Ao5's director Todd Gresley interviews a new artist each week in this livestreamed video series from the popular south Austin gallery.
    Thursdays, 2pm  
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    Coneheads and Mars Attacks!

    CMW shows a double feature in the biergarten each Wednesday with a bonus of free popcorn and a reverse happy hour with specials on burgers, pizza, and tasty brews.
    Wed., Jan. 27, 7pm, 9pm  
  • Community

    Events

    Cute AF Lonely Hearts Club

    Eastside Pop-up presents a handcrafted and vintage market where you'll find the perfect gift for your sweetheart. A portion of vendor fees will go to Out Youth.
    Sat., Feb. 13, 11am-4pm. Free.  
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    Enter the Dragon & Fist of Fury

    CMW shows a double feature in the biergarten each Wednesday with a bonus of free popcorn and a reverse happy hour with specials on burgers, pizza, and tasty brews.
    Wed., Feb. 3, 7pm  
  • Music

    Hotel Free TV presents Girls Like Us w/ p1nkstar, Lorelei K, Belladonna, Quentin Arispe, & more

    Clubs are closed, but dance magic transcends YouTube. Austin pop princess p1nkstar and performance artist Y2K team with director Hannah Varnell for a live music video experience celebrating the trans and queer artists who ground Texas nightlife. Lorelei K, Belladonna, and Quentin Arispe star, while Katherine Vaughn, Charlie AB, TC Superstar’s LB Flett, and more make special appearances in a 16-clip feature shot in 24 hours. Although free to stream, a GoFundMe linked through Hotel Vegas’ livestream site hopes to raise $5,000 to cover the concert/art installation/community builder’s custom-built sets and lights installations, and pay the LGBTQIA stars, producers, crew, dancers, choreographers, and stylists underrepresented in the industry even without a global pandemic.
    Thu., Jan. 28, 8pm  
  • Community

    Events

    K-pop Nite

    Dance to the latest and greatest K-pop, visit the photo booth and merch tables, and enjoy adult bubble tea. Venue will be limited to 25% capacity and masks are required.
    Sat., Jan. 30, 10pm-2am  
  • Community

    Events

    LEEF Gala

    An evening at the drive-in to raise funds for the Leander Educational Excellence Foundation, including a fun photo op provided by Lifetouch, a food voucher, popcorn, party box, silent and live auction, and a screening of Back to the Future.
    Sat., Jan. 30, 5pm. $75-180; virtual event is free.  
  • Community

    Events

    Shop Small Saturdaze

    Eastside Pop-Up's collab with Far Out Lounge features more than 20 vendors spaced out over three acres to make shopping local safe and easy. They're also raising funds for Central Texas Food Bank; visit www.justgiving.com/fundraising/thefaroutaustin to donate.
    Sat., Jan. 30, noon-5pm. Free.  
  • Food

    Food Events

    The Far Out Lounge: Shop Small Saturdaze

    Here's the Lounge's newest collaboration with Eastside Pop Up, featuring a full day of local vendors (including Idle Hands Leather, She Is a Hawk, Finery Elaborate Adornments, and Earthereal Designs) spread over three acres with ample space for social distancing, supercharged by drinks from the bar and delicious bites from those acclaimed food trucks Fowl Mouth, Austin Rotisserie, WunderPig, and Lucky's. For best results: Wear your mask and bring an appetite.
    Sat., Jan. 30, noon-5pm
  • Arts

    Visual Arts

    West Chelsea Contemporary: Concrete to Canvas

    The gallery formerly known as the Russell Collection rebrands itself as West Chelsea Contemporary and boasts an inaugural show featuring some of the biggest names in street art – from Banksy and Basquiat to KAWS and Keith Haring, among others. It's a celebration of graffiti, street art, and the cultural icons born of these movements. Pop will eat itself, as the saying goes, and we reckon these are some of the tastier noms to be had at the everchanging feast.
    1009 W. Sixth

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