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    Art You!

    The Dougherty Arts Center and the Works in Progress program present a youth-led, arts-based networking event for teens. Hear from industry professionals, learn about different careers in the arts, and engage in hands-on activities, artist demonstrations, and more.
    Sat., April 24, noon-2pm. Free.  
  • Community


    Coffee & Conversation

    Start the day with a lively drop-in virtual networking meeting with games and breakout sessions. Hosted by Central Texas Network in Action.
    Tuesdays, 8:30-9:15am. Free.  
  • Qmmunity

    Arts & Culture

    Cured (2020)

    Queer Spectrum Series: The doc takes viewers inside the campaign that ultimately led the American Psychiatric Association to remove “homosexuality” from its list of mental illnesses in 1973. Don't miss the post-screening Q&A between the filmmakers, Transgender Education Network of Texas Executive Director Emmett Schelling, aGLIFF Artistic Director Bears Rebecca Fonté, and others.
    Thu., April 22, 7pm. Members, free; nonmembers, $12.  
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    Demand Change Phone-a-Thon

    A record number of anti-LGBTQIA bills have been filed in this year’s Lege session, including a targeted attack on trans youth and Texans. The Transgender Education Network of Texas is calling on folks to call their state leadership and chairs & co-chairs of key committees hearing bills TENT's focusing on defeating and advancing.
    Thu., April 22, 3:30-5pm. Free (registration required).  
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    Drive Change Car Caravan

    In a Lege session that’s witnessed a record-breaking number of anti-LGBTQIA bills targeting trans Texans, the Transgender Education Network of Texas is driving the message home with a car (and bikes) caravan around the Capitol and Governor’s Mansion. Check here for registration details.
    Thu., April 22, noon-2pm. Free (registration required).  
  • Arts

    Visual Arts

    Northern-Southern: TOOO

    Here's another experiment in new exhibition-making from gallery owner Phillip Niemeyer and his friends. This show does not close – it decays and renews. Listen: TO opened in February, a show of directions; in March, about half the work in TO had decayed; TOO added five new pieces, renewing the show; now, only one piece from TO remains: an audio remembrance by Alyssa Taylor Wendt. But TOOO renews the entire show like an agave phoenix, with 12 new pieces, including work by the founders of Partial Shade (who were conducting outdoor salons on the Co-Lab land in 2018) and Giampiero Selvaggio (one of the founders of Red Bud Park and the network of connecting bike trails around East Austin). There's provenance and pedigree and intentional lack of permanence, colliding here to unnerving effect.
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    Villains Wear Black Presents

    This locally produced show, inspired by the likes of MTV’s 120 Minutes and USA Network’s Night Flight, offers a variety of music videos, live performances, and interviews. Created by Austin musician and artist Rona Rougeheart, who co-hosts/co-produces with Curse Mackey, it's a mind-expanding exploration of art, film, music, animation, and fashion. See it online, on Austin Public channel 16, or search "Austin Public" on AppleTV, Roku, and Amazon Fire TV Stick.
    Wednesdays, 10pm  

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