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for Sat., Jan. 16
  • Online Lecture: "Using Photography for Social Change" with LaToya Ruby Frazier

    Don't miss photographer LaToya Ruby Frazier's online lecture with the San Antonio Museum of Art. Motivated by social justice, Frazier's practice documents personal and communal histories to address subjects including industrial pollution, healthcare inequalities, and racism.
    Tues. Sept. 28, 6pm-7pm  
    San Antonio Museum of Art
  • 40th Annual Oktoberfest in Fredericksburg

    Oktoberfest, the family-oriented German fest, gearing up its big 40th year in the Polka Capital of Texas. Enjoy five stages of Oompah at its Best!, artisans, family lederhosen and dirndl contest, 42 tournament contest, waltz contest, Bratwurst, potato pancakes, funnel cakes, the popular Chicken Dance(s), and more!
    Oct. 1-3  
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    Collection Rert: What Is It?

    What is it, indeed? Abstract sculptures about the future? Something else artfully ambiguous? An invention of some sort? You know these industrious citizens have gathered something creative and unique. Check it out online!
    Through Jan. 17  
    2608-B Rogers
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    grayDUCK Gallery: A Study of Fences

    Renee Lai's new work focuses on the picket fence, a structure she associates with the traditional suburban American home, and explores what gets included and what gets excluded in the vision of American society.
    Through Feb. 7  
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    Ivester Contemporary: Songs with Creature

    This solo exhibition features the elaborate abstract creations of Ryan Thayer Davis, the paintings often including "vibrant intersecting layers of shapes and color that vaguely resemble fantastic machines, which seem to be set into perpetual motion by their own complexities."
    Through Feb. 27
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    Link & Pin: Sanando: Healing

    This community altarpiece and show by Kill Joy, whose work is an interpretation of world mythology and a study of ancient symbols, is presented in conjunction with Print Austin.
    Through Feb. 14
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    MLK Day of Service

    United Way for Greater Austin invites you to honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by taking a self-guided walking tour through the city, taking a virtual tour of Dr. King's childhood home, listening to his "I Have a Dream" speech, and participating in an at-home activity. Then gather virtually at 10am Mon., Jan. 18, for a moment of community reflection led by Dr. Kazique Prince.
    Mon., Jan. 18  
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    New Year Vision Board Workshop

    Set your intention for 2021 by making your own collage vision board with mixed media artist Whitney Avra. Either provide your own materials or order a kit with supplies for delivery or local pickup. Live versions of the workshop take place at the Cathedral; visit www.thecathedralatx.com for details and to reserve tables for up to six people for $200 (supplies included).
    Sat., Jan. 16, 11am. $45-55.  
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    Northern-Southern: Baton

    This is a group show by relay, begun in July of 2020 as a method of socially distancing a community in the height of the pandemic: Artists took turns alone in the space, each adding to the exhibition. Now, as it nears its close, the exhibition resembles a community in which work converses and overlaps. With Adreon Henry, Vy Ngo, Dawn Okoro, Leon Alesi, Matt Steinke, Sev Coursen, Stella Alesi, and more.
    Closing reception: Sat., July 24, 3-9pm
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    Our Lady of the Sacred Part: Vulva Pope

    Marina DeYoe-Pedraza's reverently irreverent ceremony celebrates the feminine and the divine and addresses systemic issues that women experience – in healthcare, sexism, and sex education (or the lack thereof) – the whole vivid production accomplished via object puppetry, readings from historical badass chingonas, and a full Mass service. Note: The passcode and link for the online player will be emailed to you upon purchase. (This is like an in-person show: You must be prepared to watch at 8pm on your selected date.)
    Through Jan. 24. Fri.-Sun., 8pm. $5.  
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    PrintAustin 2021

    Artists, curators, galleries, and museums come together to present more than 30 print-focused exhibitions, artist and curator talks, workshops, and demonstrations taking place during PrintAustin's monthlong festival. With both safe in-person and online events, the 2021 program will appeal to all levels of printmakers, collectors, and dilettantes. See our coverage here for more.
    Through Feb. 15
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    The Femme Abstract

    Moya McIntyre of Dimension Gallery is the producer for the second showing of this much-loved group show, a multi-artist group exhibition featuring local abstract artwork by women in a 20,000-square-foot space on Springdale. Was the Austin Chronicle's Robert Faires impressed? Here's what he reported.
    Through Feb. 30. Saturdays, noon-5pm  
    979 Springdale
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