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Austin Green Art
The city has said Austin Green Art could transform the 40,000 sq. ft. vacant lot of Block 21 into an art park April 15-22 as part of its major Earth Day celebration
Arts Story  April 21, 2006, by Robert Faires
"...For years now, all kinds of folks have been jockeying to get a piece of Block 21, that cherce hunk of Downtown real estate just north of City Hall, but now the art gang at Austin Green Art can lay claim to being the first to get their hands on it … for a week, anyway. The city gave them the green light, as it were, to "rock the block" April 15-22 as part of Austin Green Art's plan to make Earth Day a major city celebration..."

Austin Green Art
Arts Story  March 24, 2006, by Robert Faires
"...The Gates made a big impression on Austin artist Randy Jewart, a work that was simple, elegant, and powerful. "And I thought, 'We should have our own Gates project..."

Austin Green Art Donates $10,000 Artwork to Kill-a-Watt Challenge
DAILY Kill-A-Watt  August 2, 2007
"...Local eco-art outfit Austin Green Art will be giving a work of art worth $10,000 to one of the end-of-summer winning businesses in the Water Cooler Kill-a-Watter Challenge. AGA will be working with the winner to develop a unique piece of art fitting to their company..."

Green on the Go
For Austin Green Art, every day is Earth Day – or eARTh Day
Arts Story  May 25, 2007, by Nikki Moore
"...Every time I am lucky enough to talk with Randy Jewart, Austin Green Art's founder, I can't..."

It Is Easy Being Green
Rather than make you puzzle out for yourself what environmental art is, Austin Green Art is hosting a summerlong, citywide exhibition that shows you what it is
Arts Story  June 10, 2005, by Robert Faires
"...Environmental art is one of those slippery terms that doesn't give you quite enough to get what it is: It's art that's, um, in the environment? Of the environment? For the environment? Rather than make you puzzle it out for yourself, Austin Green Art is hosting a summerlong, citywide exhibition that shows you what environmental art can be, and it's launching the exhibit with a weekend of events that will add to your understanding of this increasingly popular art form. The exhibit, "Green Wave," offers seven works in five locations across the city, ranging from an archway of harvested cedar installed by Birmingham, Ala., artist Chris Fennell on the grounds of the Austin Museum of Art at Laguna Gloria to a glow-in-the-dark land drawing made with marble dust and phosphorescent materials in Duncan Park by Atlanta, Ga., artist Martha Whittington to a 1950s school bus converted by Austin artist Roisel Ramirez into a working video screening room at 13th and Chicon streets..."

AMOA's Symposium on Austin Art: How Deep Is Our Love?
The Austin Museum of Art symposium Self Portrait: Austin Art in Local, National, and International Contexts was a positive day of critical dialog and amazingly open-minded community work
Arts Story  October 21, 2005, by Rachel Koper
"...With its "New Art in Austin: 22 To Watch" exhibition wrapping up this month, the Austin Museum of Art organized an epic symposium around this regional talent show. On Saturday, Oct..."

A First for Austin Art
New City Hall filled with locals' visual artistry
Arts Story  March 4, 2005, by Rachel Koper
"...Simply titled, "The 2005 Art Exhibition" made its debut in Austin's new City Hall on Thursday, Feb. 24..."

Art as Big as the Great Outdoors
Austin Museum of Art has artists transform nature in a huge way – and wants you to help
Arts Story  December 10, 2004, by Robert Faires
"...There's big art, and there's big art. For an example of the latter, drop by Wooldridge Park this Saturday, where a team of local artists and citizens will be creating some really big art..."

Art for Days
Can you handle two weeks' worth of the East Austin Studio Tour?
Arts Story  November 13, 2009, by Robert Faires
"...The annual excursion into the native habitat of Eastside visual artists has been growing steadily since its debut in 2003 – from 70 artists showing in 45 sites then to four times that number in more than 150 venues now. It's too much to see in two days, the standard length for the tour for several seasons now, so for 2009, EAST has exploded to 10 days, spanning two weekends and all the days between..."

Adam Green is Digging Up the Marrow
Indie horror auteur road-trips his new film this week
DAILY Screens  February 17, 2015, by Richard Whittaker
"...There are monsters in the air, and Adam Green knows exactly where they are: in the cargo hold of the plane, as he and artist Alex Pardee bring their new collaboration Digging Up the Marrow to Austin this week...."

The Art of Saving AMOA
Crisis at the Austin Museum of Art: Layoffs, Reorganization, Uncertain Funding
News Story  July 13, 2001, by Amy Smith
"...How many years does it take to build an art museum? In Austin, we're up to 18 years and counting...."

Art Lives Here
Jennifer Chenoweth's home embodies the essence of the East Austin Studio Tour
Arts Story  November 15, 2013, by Robert Faires
"...But that's just a taste of what's waiting once you step over the threshold. Inside, art is everywhere you look – on walls, on tables, on the floor, behind doors, in the hall, the parlor, the bathroom..."

Art Palace
An appreciation of the great Eastside gallery as it packs up and moves to Houston
Arts Story  December 4, 2009, by Robert Faires
"...In the Department of You Don't Know What You've Got Till It's Gone: This is the week that Art Palace packs up its Eastside digs and hustles to Houston. Sigh...."

Symposium on Early Texas Art
Texas art isn't an oxymoron, and the members of CASETA will gladly tell you why
Arts Story  May 1, 2009, by Robert Faires
"...Give Bob Rauschenberg his due. With his groundbreaking modernist combines, the Port Arthur native got a lot of people to stop thinking of Texas art as an oxymoron..."

Austin's Sustainable Secret
Student-founded Green Is the New Black makes renewable energy at Huston-Tillotson
News Story  October 23, 2014, by Nora Ankrum
"...When she was growing up, says GITNB co-founder Angelica "Jelly" Erazo, environmental awareness was not a big part of her life. "You know 'Don't Mess With Texas'? I had no idea that was about trash," says the Houston native, who laughs about it now..."

Lake|Flato's Impact on Austin
The firm behind the new library has changed our city's look
DAILY Arts  October 31, 2017, by Robert Faires
"...The city's Central Library that opened Oct. 28 has generated much buzz for Lake|Flato, the San Antonio/Austin-based architectural firm that partnered on the project with Boston's Shepley Bulfinch..."

The Art of 'Green Lantern'
Three local artists quiz DC Comics' Doug Mahnke
DAILY Screens  June 23, 2011, by Richard Whittaker
"...It's a pretty good time to be artist Doug Mahnke. Not only is his run on DC Comics' Green Lantern one of the best-selling titles on the racks, but he has been confirmed as the series' regular artist when it relaunches in September at issue one as part of the DCnU revamp...."

In Search of the Wild Art
'Cracks in the Pavement' leaves art objects in unexpected spaces throughout the city
Arts Story  June 18, 2004, by Robert Faires
"...Where does art belong?..."

POP Austin
PHOTO GALLERY  October 21, 2014
"...GoodPop, 2014. Art Seen Alliance..."

Art Outside
Choose your own adventure at the ninth art/music fest
DAILY Arts  October 17, 2013, by Jessi Cape
"...Apache Pass, a historic riverside property nestled along the San Gabriel River northwest of Rockdale, will transform into a mecca for artistic celebration and collaboration during the three October days of Art Outside Festival...."

The Art Is Formally Known as Prints
A somewhat kaleidoscopic glimpse of Austin's screen-printing scene
Arts Story  November 6, 2009, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"..."When I first moved to town, I worked at Asel Art Supply on MLK, and they had a small Speedball silk-screening kit," says the man who created this issue's cover. "And only now do I realize how incredibly bad those products are." The man is Tim Doyle of Nakatomi Inc., one of the smallest and newest screen-printing studios in our ink-stained city..."

Top 10 Art Installations of 2005
'Chronicle' visual arts writer Rachel Koper names her favorite art installations of 2005
Arts Story  January 6, 2006, by Rachel Koper
"...1) Ali Fitzgerald (anywhere and Art Palace)..."

The 2014-15 Austin Critics Table Awards
Top honors to Salvage Vanguard's Thr3e Zisters, LOLA Austin's Femme Bohème, and Texas State's Kiss Me, Kate
Arts Story  June 4, 2015, by Robert Faires
"...It was four for Thr3e at the Austin Critics Table Awards on Monday night, with Salvage Vanguard Theater's Thr3e Zisters receiving four prizes from the group of area arts writers...."

"One / Sixth" at de stijl
This group show of work by six black graduates of UT's M.F.A. art program shouldn't have to exist, but thankfully it does
Arts Review  June 9, 2016, by Sam Anderson-Ramos
"..."One / Sixth" gathers work from six of the seven black artists known to have graduated from the University of Texas at Austin's MFA program (the seventh, Wendel A. White [1982], was not brought to the curators' attention until it was too late for his inclusion)..."

Celebrity, South Austin Style
The Mayor of South Austin
News Story  December 4, 1998
"...Indeed, Young seems to wrap his arms around the eccentricities of South Austin and give them a bear hug. His restaurant is a tribute to the eclectic mix of music, arts, and politics in the land south of Town Lake..."

Austin Music Industry Award Winners Announced
Best radio station, record store, club, music writer, and more honored
DAILY Music  February 25, 2018, by James Renovitch
"...While not as much hoopla as this Wednesday's Austin Music Awards, the Industry Awards go to the clubs, radio stations, visual artists, studios, as well as the support organizations and personalities that keep Austin's vaunted musicians in the eyes and ears of locals...."

Eight Classic Austin Burgers That Rival Whataburger
These local institutions have been around since at least 1968
DAILY Food  February 21, 2018, by Acacia Coronado
"...The yellow paint at this classic burger shoppe isn’t vintage or hipster – it’s 1946 original. For over 70 years, Sandy’s has stayed true to its time-tested Old Fashioned Burger recipe, as well as the hearty portion size and remarkably low prices..."

Playback: Austin’s Rarest Vinyl
Want exclusive vinyl for Record Store Black Friday? Check out some of Austin's rarest wax.
Music Column  November 21, 2017, by Kevin Curtin
"...Of course he'd stumbled upon ground zero documentation of Austin's Eighties punk boom: a split capturing the Big Boys and the Dicks leveling their scene headquarters. That's a modest example of the scores vinyl miners dream about, but it got me thinking..."

Austin Music Awards' Industry Accolades Announced
Best radio station, record store, club, and many more
DAILY Music  March 6, 2017, by James Renovitch
"...Radio Music Program 1) Jason & Deb, The Morning X With Jason and Deb, 101X 2) Mike Buck, Blue Monday, Sun Radio 3) John Aielli, Eklektikos, KUTX 4) Dudley & Bob, The Dudley & Bob Show, KLBJ 5) Kevin Connor, Hill Country Saturday, Sun Radio 6) Jay Trachtenberg, Sunday Morning Jazz, KUTX 7) Rick McNulty, Left of the Dial, KUTX 8) Bobby Bones, The Bobby Bones Show, iHeartRadio 9/10 TIE) Chuck Loesch, No Control Radio, 101X John E. Dee, Old School Dance Party, KUTX [image-2-right]..."

Austin Animation Seis Manos Heading to Netflix
More details on the latest show from Powerhouse Animation
DAILY Screens  May 21, 2018, by Richard Whittaker
"...There's a big lesson to be learned today: if you have a great idea, hang in there. Anyone who has visited Austin's Powerhouse Animation over the last few years has probably seen concept art for an unproduced animated action show called Seis Manos..."

The Good Eye – Clothes-Minded: An Eyeful of Austin Fashion Week
Austin Fashion Week comes to a clothes
Columns  May 8, 2014, by Amy Gentry
"...The gorgeously lit, elevated runway in Austin Music Hall showed off clothes and death-defying shoes to perfection, but unfortunately also showed every crooked hem, loose thread, and popped-out zipper. Sitting in the front row, I came away with a renewed respect for both the craft of sewing and the art of modeling, having acquired several new gray hairs when a model's heel caught on the vast white soufflé of her tulle skirt in the Mysterious by NPN show...."

Austin Photo Ops
Visiting Austin? You're going to want to take some pictures.
DAILY Chronolog  December 26, 2016, by Kimberley Jones, David Lemon and Will McCarthy
"...UT Tower W 24th St. The Main Building is a 30-floor structure at the heart of the University of Texas campus. Colloquially known as the Tower, it is the definitive symbol of Longhorn academics..."

Austin Food and Wine Festival Bites: Part Two
Innovative vegetables and vertical integration
DAILY Food  April 28, 2015, by Melanie Haupt
"...Saturday morning dawned sunny and warm, and hundreds of festival goers lined up outside the Austin Food & Wine Festival gates in anticipation of the 11am start time. They were rewarded for their patience at about 11:07, when they were finally allowed access to all the food, wine, and celebrity chef-spotting they could handle...."

Austin Music Industry Awards Winners
KUTX named Best Radio Station, Strange Brew Best Venue
DAILY Music  March 9, 2015, by The Music Staff
"...1) Billy Perkins: Widespread Panic 2) Chepo Pena 3) Guy Juke: Alejandro Escovedo, ACL Live at the Moody Theater 4) Mishka Westell: Patty Griffin, ACL Live at the Moody Theater 5) Billie K Buck: Of Montreal 6) Evan Bozarth: Airship 7) Jim Franklin 8) Gary Dorsey: All ATX Invasion, ACL Live at the Moody Theater 9) Unidentified Artist: Bob Schneider & the Moonlight Orchestra, Valentine’s Day, ACL Live at the Moody Theater 10) Unidentified Artist: South Austin Moonlighters, Saxon Pub 
[image-5] ALBUM ART..."

Gazing Back at Other Worlds Austin
Time Lapse dominates Cthulhie awards, plus festival highlights
DAILY Screens  December 13, 2014, by Richard Whittaker
"...Last weekend's Other Worlds Austin has returned to its home planet, but the inaugural year of the city's first dedicated science fiction film festival leaves the winners of its awards, the Cthulhies, behind on Earth...."

What is Proper Nang? Austin’s Teen Beat
The next generation weighs in on what’s hip in the ATX
DAILY Music  August 6, 2013, by William Harries Graham
"...Proper Nang is a Brit term for the very coolest. I first started writing about Austin’s teen scene a year ago..."

Austin and the Academy
'Tree of Life,' 'Bullhead' score Oscar nominations
DAILY Screens  January 24, 2012, by Kimberley Jones
"...Actor in a Leading Role Demián Bichir in "A Better Life" George Clooney in "The Descendants" Jean Dujardin in "The Artist" Gary Oldman in "Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy" Brad Pitt in "Moneyball"..."

Austin Fashion Week 2011 Recos
The annual celebration of design and couture heats up
DAILY Design  August 22, 2011, by Anne Harris
"...On Tuesday, August 23rd, Dress Shop on South Congress is having a birthday party, offering cupcakes and shopping specials, starting at 11am. From 6-9pm, head over to Mirror Mirror Salon as they present "La Belle Vie", featuring accessories by Megan Pinto Designs..."

Point Austin: Stop Me If You've Heard This One
Can the mayor persuade Austin voters this is a real city?
News Column  February 25, 2011, by Michael King
"...That's also an argument for letting the council itself grow – asking seven people to represent 800,000 is an increasingly daunting request. The Art of Representation..."

2012 Austin Critics Table Awards
For the 20th time, a big hand for the nominees if you please
Arts Story  May 25, 2012, by Robert Faires
"...Time flies when you're recognizing excellence. One minute, you and a half-dozen arts writers are handing out honors to local theatre artists in the Continental Club, and the next, a couple of decades have zoomed by, and your casual little awards party has become an institution – lauding exceptional achievements in dance, classical music, and the visual arts as well as drama..."

Austin Art All Over
Local Artists' Solo Exhibitions Cover Texas -- and Beyond
Arts Story  December 26, 1997, by Rebecca S. Cohen
"...Extravagant Christmas displays, including Rockefeller Center's enormous tree, drew thousands to Fifth Avenue at all hours of the day and night, resulting in worse-than-usual traffic jams and pedestrian gridlock. Couples dressed up for the Christmas office party (yes, Virginia, you can still wear your mink in New York) edged past the omnipresent panhandlers, including a gray specter attired in green plastic garbage bags, holding out his begging cup...."

Godzilla vs. the Green Screen
Austin special effects artists can kill you with a squib or with a CGI bullet hit, gore it up with pig entrails or digitally composited blood, and create just about anything you can imagine with their bare hands or software. Does the industry need both?
Screens Story  April 22, 2005, by Marc Savlov
"... Melies' ancient in-camera edits and flickering semispecial effects seem exquisitely antediluvian when compared to even the most cash-and-talent-strapped of current cinematic special-effects-laden outings. But surprisingly, and somehow comfortingly, as well, even in this highest of high tech cinema savvy cities, where virtually every other person you pass on Congress Avenue works for either a video-gaming company or is shooting, writing, or editing a film, the old school has yet to adjourn, and the new school? It took the lessons of the past to heart in ways Hollywood never quite managed...."

City of Austin "Major Events" Roster
The city lists over 400 days’ worth of events from the Commitment Day 5K on Jan. 1 to the New Year’s Celebration on Dec. 31. The full list is posted here.
News Story  July 12, 2013
"...A spreadsheet provided by the city lists some 196 “Major Events," with about a quarter of them being multiday. There's a total of over 400 days' worth of events in all, and there's at least one major event going on every weekend of the year – ranging from ACL Fest to the Zman Challenge, from the Commitment Day 5K on Jan..."

Killer Green Information Environmental BBSs
BBS Basics
News Story  April 28, 1995, by R.U. Steinberg
"...BBSs have been around for years, but really took off in the early to mid-1980s during the initial personal computer craze, when average Janes and Joes started running them out of their houses. It wasn't long before various BBS operators - known as sysops, for "system operators" - across the country banded together to form various networks, or nets, which allowed BBS users to communicate with their counterparts across the country - or the world..."

2012 Austin Critics Table Awards
Giving a lot of sweet bouquets (and taking their sweet time doing it)
Arts Story  June 8, 2012, by Robert Faires
"...The idea that you get slower as you get older seemed in full force as the Austin Critics Table marked its 20th year of presenting annual awards for outstanding achievements in the arts on Monday, June 4. The ceremony at Cap City Comedy Club crept along like a senior citizen in the passing lane, taking more than three hours to hand out honors in 47 categories and welcome five new members into the Austin Arts Hall of Fame; all this despite the best efforts of the arts writers at the mic and house band the Invincible Czars to move things along – and even the introduction of a drinking game to keep spirits high...."

Austin x Design
Arts Story  October 7, 2011, by Robert Faires
"..."More Than Architecture" opening reception, 5-8pm, University of Texas Fine Arts Library..."

Green Corn Project Grow Local/Eat Global
This once-a-year event provides nearly all of the funding the Green Corn Project needs to help install sustainable organic gardens
Food Story  October 23, 2009, by Kate Thornberry
"...Since its inception in 1998, the Green Corn Project has installed more than 160 organic vegetable gardens in backyards, schoolyards, and community centers. The project also runs popular workshops for those who wish to start their own gardens or simply volunteer...."

Austin's Cultural Makeover: The Next Stage
How much closer we are to getting the cultural wonderland we imagined 10 years ago
Arts Story  September 7, 2007, by Robert Faires
"...In the Nineties, Austin's cultural scene could afford to dream big. The city was riding high on high tech, and so much money was flowing that even arts groups were seeing the green..."

Once Upon a Time in Austin
The films, the filmmakers, the crews, the making of a scene
Screens Story  March 12, 2004, by Louis Black
"...Austin Studios at the old Mueller Airport is a unique collaboration between the city of Austin and the Austin Film Society. There are currently five hangars for film activities, an office building to headquarter productions, and two long T-hangars where film-support businesses are located..."

Ellsworth Kelly's Austin Opens at the Blanton Museum of Art
By building this structure, the Blanton enabled a major modern artist to realize his masterwork
Arts Story  February 15, 2018, by Robert Faires
"...And at the time he made them – that would be 1986 – the building wound up not being made. But the idea of the building didn't leave Kelly when that happened, and for three decades, while this eminence of the art world continued to make the abstract paintings, sculptures, and prints that had earned him worldwide recognition, models of the building sat in his studio..."

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