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for Wed., Oct. 23
  • Madi Meeks Album Release Show

    2018 Austin Music Award nominee for Best Songwriter and Austin's New Band is dropping her first debut album on September 20, 2019, and celebrating with an album release show. Come see what this 17-year-old has been up to! Cover is $5 at the door.
    Fri. Sept. 20, 7pm-9pm  
    Carousel Lounge
  • Arts

    Visual Arts

    The Umlauf: Michael Ray Charles

    Yeah, no, this is a monumental showing of work – including a series of paintings commissioned for the exhibition – by one of the best, most provocative artists working on this planet. The former Austinite (he taught at UT for 20 years) Michael Ray Charles "is known for art that investigates the legacy of historic racial stereotypes of African Americans. Since the 1990s, he's created complex, layered paintings that challenge stereotypes, power dynamics, and social and cultural hierarchies." Ah, words can't even – but our Arts Editor Robert Faires offers a fine preview right here.
    Through Jan. 3  
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    BuzzKill at the Buzz Mill

    Looking for a regular Wednesday night stand-up showcase? Carlton Wilcoxson and Angelina Martin are the new hosts of Buzzkill at the Buzz Mill, and they're fixing to show you a laughing good time.
    Wednesdays, 9pm. Free.
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    Visual Arts

    MACC: Tierra Sagrada/ Sacred Land

    For this new show, native Texan artist Jesus Toro Martinez has converted items from our collective carelessness — aluminum cans, restaurant take out containers, old newspapers, plastic cups, plastic grocery bags, and on and on and on — into landscapes of Texas.
    Reception: Fri., Sept. 13, 6-9pm  
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    Civic Events

    Texas Conference for Women

    The Texas Conference for Women – the state's largest professional development conference – celebrates its 20th anniversary with special keynotes from USWNT's co-captain and equality advocate Megan Rapinoe; award-winning actress, producer, director, and activist Tracee Ellis Ross, Morgan Stanley Executive Carla Harris, and way more with the goal of promoting diversity and inclusion for women of color and queer women.


    Tickets to the main conference (Oct. 24) are sold out, but tickets for opening night are still available and provides a "taste" of what the main conference is like in condensed timeframe and lower price. It's also possible to purchase Conference Day Livestream ($50) to watch the keynotes and your choice of two breakout sessions. See site for details.

    Wed., Oct. 23, 5-9pm; Thu., Oct. 24, 7am-5pm. $40-50.  
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