This is something to see, all right, as the gallery walls are filled with work by artists tasked with capturing either their whole self or an aspect of self. And most of the artists have depicted themselves via abstractions and symbolic representations. Note that Randall Reid, Jan Heaton, John Sager, Chun Hui Pak, and Caprice Pierucci are only some of the artists represented in this group show, and we reckon you'll be right there with us, viewing the array of wonders on display.
Dark kingdoms! Malevolent forces! Magic and mystery and the power of love! The three authors present their newest works – Barton with Heart of Thorns, Olson with The Sandcastle Empire, and Oakes with Witchtown – in conversation with Samantha M. Clark.
Join chef Raymundo Rios in Sustainable Food Center’s Happy Kitchen to learn how to make authentic Mexican salsas with the summer's best fruits and vegetables. In just two hours you'll grok cooked and raw salsas, how to identify different types of chili peppers, and how to choose the right ones for the heat and flavor you prefer. And, you know what? This class is a perfect preface to The Austin Chronicle's Hot Sauce Festival.
After 20 years in advertising design, animation, and video game development, this local artist is best known for his iconic Austin scenes and neon sign paintings; his latest series combines characters and text pulled from brightly colored food packaging.
Do you know someone who is still rockin' it at or after 60? Connected Senior Care Advantage is searching for a dozen inspirational adults ages 60-69 that are "healthy in mind and body and are contributing to Austin in some way." The winners will be selected by a panel of celebrity judges and included in a calendar photo shoot.
Seventy years after the luxury liner sank in the Atlantic more than 150 items from the wreck were brought up from the ocean floor and brought together for this fascinating show. Timed tickets are required.
This exhibition is enhanced with artifacts providing historical context for the paintings, rich with the unbroken connection the Comanche people have with their roots. Also, Rodeo: The Exhibition. Boy howdy, it's the history of the Texas rodeo – vibrant, interactive, and fully documented in this fine new show.