You know that the Syndicate holds one of the longest running and best-attended weekly swing dances in the country, right? Make note! There's an absolute beginner lesson which starts at 8pm, then social dancing to live music or DJs from 9pm until midnight. All ages are welcome.
This place is also a year old now? And also doing well? Because some people in this business know how to do it right! Celebrate Aviary's successful oeno-culinary obsessions with an evening of bubbles and, in lieu of regular dinner service, a stunning array of noshable snacks from chef Thomas Calhoun. Note: The bar will be open with full service for additional imbibing desires. Bonus: Ticket sales benefit the Sustainable Food Center.
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.
Following a 2016 adventure with a Hopi pottery collector through the Southwest, Edward Lane McCartney returned to his studio to explore – in ceramics, in metals, in gemstones – the concepts of landscape and topography. The results form the four main series of this show that opens Camiba's new season: Typecast, Canyon Suite, Arabesques, Formations.
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.
Continuing the exhibition theme and name from his solo show at GSD&M during SXSW – visceral responses to the endless flood of absurd news headlines that we can no longer ignore or escape – Chad Rea continues to add to the ongoing series with new pieces almost as regularly as the news does.
This three-person exhibit featuring the work of Austin artists Joseph Hammer, Chun Hui Pak, and Gabe Langholtz focuses on each artist’s ability to dismantle their subjects and reimagine them into new compositions.
That intimate but powerful gallery on Springdale has selected its fellowship artists for the coming year, and this is the inaugural group show for those chosen, reflecting on the dichotomy between things and projects coming ephemerally into fruition before disappearing or transforming. Reason for rapt anticipation: Jade Walker, Suzanne Wyss, Magdalena Jarkowiec, Laura Latimer, David Wright,Tammie Rubin.