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"...As Cantanker magazine wraps its final issue, the founding members of this local visual-arts publication's staff came together one last time to jury a group show and celebrate the publication's six-year run. "The End," opening Saturday, Dec..."
"... Cantanker, the new magazine focusing on Austin's visual arts scene, is releasing its second issue with a party Saturday Nov. 11, 7-11pm, at Volitant Gallery, 320 Congress #100..."
"...I feel ya, brother and sister. And so does Andrea Mellard, curator of this exhibition that provides a temporary showcase for the visual contents of the latest issue of Cantanker magazine..."
"...Also at the Volitant, Saturday, Nov. 11, 7-11pm, is the release party for Issue 2 of the quarterly Cantanker magazine, a publication focusing on the burgeoning visual-art scene in Austin..."
"...To the extent that 2012 is likely to be remembered, it will be as the year when the world famously did not end. (Sorry, Mayans, you deserved better than that.) And while the Austin arts did see some notable endings – the final issues of visual arts journals Cantanker and ....."
"...The sun rose hours ago, and its benevolent eye throws a midwinter Texas warmth onto this clearing amid the patchwork of trees and residences and Eastside industry, onto me and the man on the other side of the table. That man – the young, focused co-founder of Austin's Cantanker magazine – is Sean Gaulager...."
"...And through Big Medium, they've helped artists have places to show that work, in the galleries at Bolm Studios and Canopy, and to sell that work, in EAST and its spring sibling, the West Austin Studio Tour. They've supported a host of smaller projects, too – the art publications Cantanker and Pastelegram, the art competition Eyes Got It!, the ART From the Ashes show after the Bastrop fire – but even when an idea has been improbably ambitious – "Hey, why don't we start a biennial juried exhibition of art from all over Texas?" – Big Medium has found a way to make it happen and make it work..."
"...Artist/scientist Zack Booth Simpson discusses how the laws of biology apply to art, architecture, and manufacturing and the effects of technology on human creativity from antiquity to the distant future. 'Cantanker' Issue 9 Release..."
"...They ran videos, concerts, and tours and hosted receptions that lit up Fourth and Congress. Gaulager helped start Cantanker magazine, as well as edit and distribute it this year..."
"...Shady Tree Studios has flourished this year. Home to 18 or so artists, it is also the central distribution point for all things Cantanker, the new magazine focusing on the local visual arts scene..."