This show unites the work of Austin art educators Kiley Grantges and Jennifer Schroeder. Grantges elevates drinking straws and office copy paper into bas-relief arrays; Schroeder reconstitutes the exuberant mess resulting from her young students’ art explorations into paper mosaics.
This school of representational art is led by four world-class locals, teaches drawing and painting (both fundamental and advanced programs), has open studios with live modeling, a schedule of workshops featuring visiting artists from around the world, and is located in the heart of Big Medium's Canopy complex. Oh look – we profiled and interviewed the faculty right here!
Gilbert and Sullivan Austin announces auditions for its summer production of W. S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan's classic comedy, to be directed by Ralph MacPhail Jr., with Jeffrey Jones-Ragona as musical director.
One of Texas’ largest science fairs, this is where the future begins. Last year, seven local students advanced to the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair. Volunteers are needed for judging and running registration.
With a heavy emphasis on emerging designers, Austin Fashion Week aims to connect these designers directly to consumers and boutique buyers. All week long select retailers will be donating to the Kindness Campaign, and the last three days feature runway showcases at the former Austin American-Statesman building.
This interactive app-based exhibit offers photos from MLK's civil rights meetings with LBJ and audio speeches from the Austin Area Heritage Council’s MLK Oratory competition, plus special Six Square mini-docs of Austin’s African-American community. Discover for yourself at three different locations: the MLK statue at UT's East Mall, the south steps of the Capitol, and the George Washington Carver Museum.
Noting his two stand-up specials on Showtime and Comedy Central (and now Secret Time on Netflix), his two podcasts, his YouTube cooking show, his Life of the Party book, and so on, you'd have to admit this Kreischer guy is pretty relentless at what he does in the name of comedy.
30th Anniversary: As these high school goofballs travel back in time to score some heavy dudes like Napoleon, Socrates, and Billy the Kid for their history presentation, they wrote themselves into the teen-movie pantheon.
Lates: Step by step, a bored 14-year-old girl in 1970s Berlin falls in with a crowd of heroin junkies at a music club, and soon becomes addicted as well. Based on a true story and set to the music of David Bowie.