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  • Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater

    Texas Performing Arts presents Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater on its 2024 National Tour. The legendary dance company returns to Austin after more than a decade for two special and unique performances including new works and Ailey’s iconic ballet Revelations.
    Mar. 2-3  
    Bass Concert Hall
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  • Film

    Special Screenings

    "I Am Sion Sono!" and A Man's Flower Road

    Hachimiri Madness: Japanese Indies From the Punk Years: The controversial director presents an existential cinematic journal in "I Am Sion Sono!" (1984, 37 min.) In A Man's Flower Road (1986, 111 min.), a young man desperately runs from the past on the streets of Tokyo.
    Wed., Feb. 1, 8:30pm  
  • Community


    "Texas Governors and Their Times, 1846-1946"

    This exhibit showcases materials from the State Archives documenting the official work and daily business of the state’s chief executive spanning 100 years. Can't visit in person? It's available to explore online.
    Sept. 19, 2022-May 15, 2023. Free.
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    "We Left the Camp Singing" (2022)

    Austin Jewish Film Festival presents a special event in honor of International Holocaust Remembrance Day (Jan. 27), with a screening of an educational doc highlighting music in Czechoslovakia's Theresienstadt ghetto-camp and exclusive interviews with Holocaust survivors. Screening preceded by 8-minute short “The Record” and followed by a live-over-Zoom Q&A with director/producer Sofia Tapinassi.
    In person: Thu., Jan. 26, 7:30pm; available online Jan. 27-Feb. 6. Free; registration required.  
  • Arts

    Visual Arts

    Artworks Gallery: Beautiful Disaster

    Here's a show of deeply personal multimedia work in which artist Scott Leopold has utilized paint, objects, and text to create "layered, thick canvases of vulnerability."
  • Summer Camp

    General Camps

    ATX Kids Club

    ATX Kids Club is on a mission to inspire youth to fearlessly explore and become independent, self-confident individuals through educational and health-minded adventures. Campers will explore Austin via Capital Metro to an educationally focused destination based on the theme of the week, enjoy a midday picnic lunch, and continue with an afternoon filled with more adventures. The camp aims to influence youth to expand their thinking and positively impact the world around them. Ages 4-12.
    May 30-Aug. 18. $425/week.
    Six drop-off/pickup locations: Garrison, Pease, Mueller, Ramsey, Brentwood, and Walnut Creek parks
  • Community

    Civic Events

    ATX Walk Bike Roll Feedback Needed

    The city is seeking feedback on its plans guiding how urban trails, sidewalks, crosswalks, and bike lanes are built.
    Through March 20
  • Arts


    Auditions: Sanctuary City

    Ground Floor Theatre is holding auditions for this Martyna Majok play – the story of two teenagers who were brought to America and must navigate the pressures of having an unstable home life – to be directed by Andrea Nuñez for performances in May, with rehearsals beginning in April. Ground Floor is seeking actors from backgrounds that are not of Western European origin/ethnicity, or from a country of greater liberalism than the United States, for roles of female-identified (age 17-21), male-identified (age 17-21), and one older dude. See website for appointment and details.
    Auditions begin: Mon., Feb. 6, 6pm  
  • Music

  • Music

    Brad Stivers

    Wednesdays, 7:30pm
  • Arts

    Visual Arts

    Camiba Gallery: Existencia

    Be dazzled by recent work from artists Daniel Rodríguez Collazo and Edgardo Kerlegand in this exhibition that showcases both artists’ forms of expression as they relate to the human existence — one on the internal and physical forms of the human figure, the other on the forms that humans create and exist in. Bonus: The opening reception features videos of the artists discussing their practice and process.
    Through Feb. 25
  • Summer Camp

    General Camps

    Camp Chief Ouray

    Let your child experience the wonder of camp and get the opportunity to benefit from the self-confidence, trust, friendships, fun, and memories created by the camp experience. Traditional summer camp programs, adventure/trekker programs, and leadership programs are offered, and kids are placed in a cabin with similar-aged campers and two staff members. Ages 7-17.
    June 4-Aug. 12. $998-1,220.
    1101 County Road 53, Granby, Colo.
  • Summer Camp

    General Camps

    Camp Explorasaur

    Camp Explorasaur is back for a second summer and it’s gonna be a good one! If your kid likes nonstop adventure and lives for exploration, this is the place.: Campers will spend most of the day in and around water doing activities like hiking, fishing, kayaking, rope swinging, and making a daily pool trip. Kids will also explore food through cooking and tap into creative energies with nature-inspired art projects. The safety of all children is the No. 1 priority, so this is a safe place for LGBTQIA+ youth and their families. Ages 7-12.
    July 17-21, Aug. 7-11. $325.
    14502 Lippincott, East Austin
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    CANCELED: Ruby Jane

    Wed., Feb. 1, 8pm
  • Music

  • Food

    Food Events


    Is there anything more romantic than the Caribbean? That's a rhetorical question, perhaps, but you can happily grok the answer at Tavel Bristol-Joseph's award-winning restaurant, where a six-course shared menu of island-inflected flavors includes a take-home dessert. Serving suggestion: Maybe duck into the kissing booth while you're there, you lovesick loons, and make with a little PDA?
    Tue., Feb. 14. $125 (drink pairings extra).  
  • Music

    Canned Beets

    Wednesdays, 8:30pm and Wed., March 22, 8:30pm
  • Qmmunity

    Arts & Culture

    Category Is...

    House of Lepore and Kind Clinic team up for this bi-weekly class on "practices for ballroom members to commune and develop their craft across various ballroom categories (i.e., Vogue Performance, Sex Siren, Runway, and Face, etc.)." Kind Clinic will also provide STI/HIV rapid testing services.
    Every other Wednesday, 7-10pm
  • Music

    Chris Max

    Wednesdays, 9pm
  • Qmmunity


    Cidercade Meet-Up

    Game the night away with Queer Black Women Alliance.
    Wed., Feb. 1, 6:30-8:30pm. Free but RSVP.  
    Cidercade, 600 E. Riverside
  • Music

    Conner Stephens

    Wednesdays, 12pm

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