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for Tue., Aug. 20
  • Music

    Tyler McCollum & Friends

    Tue., Aug. 20, 7:30pm
  • Music

  • Arts

    Visual Arts

    Wally Workman Gallery: America Martin

    You know the Workman Gallery loves this Los Angeles-based painter whose work is inspired by form and figure as depicted by the Impressionists and Modernists of the early 20th century, right? Thus, this seventh solo exhibition at the excellent Westside venue.
    Through Sept. 1
  • Arts


    War Remains

    In which podcast legend Dan Carlin uses the power of virtual reality to transport audiences to one of the most extreme battlefields in history: the Western Front of the First World War. "Physical and virtual elements combine to create a visceral, realistic simulation far more immersive than a film or video game." Note: Only one participant will enter at a time and there is no late admission; runtime is 12 minutes.
    Through Sept. 1. $40 (registration required).  
    500 E. Fifth
  • Music

    Wasabi Big Band

    Tuesdays, 8pm and Tuesdays, 8pm
  • Community


    We Are Blood: Austin's Pizza & Mama Fu’s

    Donors between Aug. 15-31 will receive a voucher that can be redeemed for either an Austin's Pizza 10-inch, two-topping pie or a Mama Fu’s Asian House single entree.
    Aug. 15-31. Free.  
    Austin-area We Are Blood donor centers and mobile drives
  • Music

    Weldon Henson

    Tuesdays, 8:15pm, Tuesdays, 8:15pm, Tuesdays, 8:15pm and Tuesdays, 8:15pm
  • Arts

    Visual Arts

    Women & Their Work: Hauntings

    Each of Shana Hoehn's large sculptures consists of two women, either as a double or camouflaged in one form through double imagery, inspired by the sexualized female archetypes sourced from ship figureheads, hood ornaments, carnival portraiture, pinups painted on WWII aircraft, and horror films. Note: The Chronicle's Robert Faires recently paid a visit to the gallery, and this is his response to the show.
    Through Sept. 5
  • Arts

    Visual Arts

    Yard Dog: Art from the Heart & Medulla Oblongata

    Bruce Lee Webb of Waxahachie, Texas, is a folk art gallerist and an antique dealer and in his travels he collects vintage cotton sacks and journal paper on which he then paints and draws. That's putting it mildly. That's without saying, "Whoa, damn, don't miss this terrific show at Randy Franklin's excellent gallery there on South Congress." Need we remind you, it was Webb's collection that was responsible for the most amazing show in the too-brief history of the gallery of Domy Books back in the day? Recommended, recommended, recommended.
    Through Aug. 31

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