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2007 Texas Biennial, Bolm Studios
Arts Review  April 13, 2007
"...Salvador Castillo: If we were to extract each of the spaces from the context of the Biennial, I believe the dynamics of the Bolm chapter would hold up...."

Studio Visit: Aaron Meyers
Wry humor and technical precision dovetail in this Austin sculptor's art
Arts Column  November 23, 2012, by Andy Campbell
"...The first weekend of this year's East Austin Studio Tour, I served as a judge in the annual live-action reality-show art competition Eyes Got It!, masterminded by local curator/art critic Jaime Salvador Castillo. The idea of the contest is to make the process of juried art selection transparent, so that any artist who submits work can get good, honest feedback..."

So You Think You Can Paint?
Reality TV-style art competition returns for Season Two
Arts Story  November 18, 2011, by Robert Faires
"...That was the idea behind Eyes Got It!, the live art competition launched during the 2010 East Austin Studio Tour. Artist Salvador Castillo, who created the art blog 'Bout What I Sees, figured that as long as we're one nation under American Idol (and Survivor and The Bachelor and The Voice and Project Runway and Top Chef, yadda yadda yadda), why not embrace our fixation with reality TV for the benefit of the visual arts? So he put out a call for art and arranged for three Austin art professionals to judge the submissions and choose a winner just like they do on all those contest shows we TiVo, only do it live and in front of the public..."

"Drawing Lines: Explorations of Place"
The final exhibit of this public art project shows how every district in Austin has had artists working for it
Arts Story  March 31, 2016, by Robert Faires
"...Los Outsiders, the creative collective behind exhibitions such as the Austin Critics Table Award-winning "Heir Today Gone Tomorrow" and "Gently Fried" and projects such as Dance Your Pants Off and #ATXLoteria, decided to get to know District 1 on an intimate level, through community, memory, and object. Members Jaime Salvador Castillo, Michael Anthony García, Hector Hernandez, and Robert Jackson Harrington interviewed district residents, gathering stories and personal objects that became the basis for an exhibit of mementos the people of District 1 hold dear and images of the area they call home..."

"Gently Fried"
Local curatorial powerhouse Los Outsiders creates a poignant three-part exhibition (or is it five?)
Arts Review  June 4, 2015, by Seth Orion Schwaiger
"...One of the first is local artist and curator Michael Anthony Garcia, who joined Canales for the last mile before hosting the artist and his partner at his own house for a number of days. The trek is not only representative of Canales' wider practice of re-pioneering the forgotten spaces between destinations, but also representative of the curatorial approach of local collective Los Outsiders (Garcia, Jaime Salvador Castillo, Robert Jackson Harrington, and Hector Hernandez) – an approach that runs counter to the top-down, near-anthropological approach cleanly separating artist from curator, instead replacing that historical tack with one that is actively involved and clearly engaged with the artistic process itself..."

Your Austin Artist
In a changing city, Michael Anthony García embraces the changing roles of the visual art maker
Arts Story  June 28, 2013, by Caitlin Greenwood
"..."We all had on name tags [at the 'YLA' opening], and I remember trying to put together the artists with the pieces, finding the pieces you liked and finding the people who made them," says García with a chuckle. One result of "YLA 11" was a newfound friendship among artists Hector Hernandez, Salvador Castillo, and García, who would later band together to establish the creative collective Los Outsiders...."

Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow
This group show matches the majesty of the MACC's architecture
Arts Review  July 15, 2011, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Salvador Castillo, Michael Anthony García, and Hector Hernandez make up the Austin-based collective called Los Outsiders that curated this exhibition. They've brought the works of 14 artists, including García and Hernandez, into the gallery's soaring space, and that space is much improved by their presence...."

East Austin Studio Tour
The city's autumn marathon of art covers work by some 300 artists in 175 venues
Arts Story  November 12, 2010, by Robert Faires and Wayne Alan Brenner
"...A reality-TV-style art competition organized by Austin artist, blogger (Bout What I Sees), and former Chronicle visual-arts writer Salvador Castillo. Artists who responded to an open call have their work reviewed by a panel consisting of Okay Mountain artist Sterling Allen, Women and Their Work Program Director Rachel Koper, and Blanton Museum of Art assistant curator Risa Puleo before a public audience..."

2007 Texas Biennial, Butridge Gallery
The Chronicle's visual-arts writers review the second Texas Biennial in dialogue and find the work at the Dougherty Arts Center to be diverse but presented awkwardly
Arts Review  March 30, 2007
"...Salvador Castillo: For me, Velliquette's paper works seemed a little out of place. The colors were brighter than most of the other works..."

Mayor's Omnibus Resolution: The Arts Commission Hustle
City group gets moving on policy plan for Austin creatives
DAILY Arts  August 8, 2016, by Robert Faires
"...Commissioner Bruce Willenzik called for more professional development training and a campaign to urge local businesses to hire creatives. Commissioner Jaime Salvador Castillo reiterated the need to finish out the city's cultural facilities..."

Arts Awards
Area visual artists win support for 2012 projects
Arts Story  December 16, 2011, by Robert Faires
"...Belated congratulations to Hollie Brown, the winner of the 2011 Eyes Got It! visual art competition sponsored by artist/arts blogger Salvador Castillo during the East Austin Studio Tour. The Texas State art student beat 45 other artists for the top spot and the top prize: a solo exhibition at grayDUCK Gallery in 2012..."

Honor Roll
The 2007-2008 Austin Critics Table Awards
Arts Story  June 6, 2008, by Robert Faires
"...Critics participating in this year's awards, covering the period from May 1, 2007, to April 30, 2008, were the Austin American-Statesman's Michael Barnes (arts), Clare Croft (dance), Randy Harriman (music), Erin Keever (visual arts), David Mead (music), Joey Seiler (theatre), and Jeanne Claire van Ryzin (arts) and the Chronicle's Salvador Castillo (visual arts), Elizabeth Cobbe (theatre), Amanda Douberley (visual arts), Michael Kellerman (music), Rachel Koper (visual arts), Nikki Moore (visual arts), Avimaan Syam (theatre), and Robert Faires (arts). Obligatory ethical note: Critics refrained from nominating themselves or members of their families for any awards and refrained from voting in any category in which the critic or a family member was nominated. THEATRE Production, Drama..."

Another Round of Praise
Nominations for the 2007-2008 Austin Critics Table Awards
Arts Story  May 9, 2008, by Robert Faires
"...For the 16th year, an informal affiliation of local arts critics have joined to recognize the year's most exceptional achievements in the visual arts, dance, classical music, and theatre. The nominations for the 2008 Austin Critics Table Awards, covering the period from May 1, 2007, to April 30, 2008, were assembled by the following writers: the Austin American-Statesman's Michael Barnes (arts), Clare Croft (dance), Randy Harriman (music), Erin Keever (visual arts), David Mead (music), Joey Seiler (theatre), and Jeanne Claire van Ryzin (arts) and the Chronicle's Salvador Castillo (visual arts), Elizabeth Cobbe (theatre), Amanda Douberley (visual arts), Michael Kellerman (music), Rachel Koper (visual arts), Nikki Moore (visual arts), Avimaan Syam (theatre), and Robert Faires (arts)..."

Volitant Gallery: Volitant, we hardly knew ye
After 18 months, the Downtown showcase for contemporary art shuts down
Arts Story  October 19, 2007, by Robert Faires
"...(Sadly, it's the second gallery on Congress to close since summer; Fielding Lecht Gallery shut its doors in June.) Volitant didn't have a very long life – it opened on April 15 of last year – but it made the most of it, mounting 17 exhibitions in 18 months, with "Take Me to Bed or Lose Me Forever," a group show curated by Leona Scull-Hons, receiving an Austin Critics Table Award this year for Outstanding Group Gallery Exhibition. Its current and, as it turns out, farewell exhibition, "Femme Fantastique," a group show of visionary work by 14 female artists, won praise from Chronicle reviewer Salvador Castillo..."

And the Award Goes to ...
The 2006-2007 Austin Critics Table Awards
Arts Story  June 8, 2007, by Robert Faires
"...Critics participating in this year's awards, covering the period from May 1, 2006, to April 30, 2007, were the Austin American-Statesman's Michael Barnes (arts), Clare Croft (dance), Randy Harriman (music), Erin Keever (visual arts), Sondra Lomax (dance), David Mead (music), Joey Seiler (theatre), and Jeanne Claire van Ryzin (arts) and the Chronicle's Salvador Castillo (visual arts), Elizabeth Cobbe (theatre), Amanda Douberley (visual arts), Patti Hadad (theatre), Rachel Koper (visual arts), Nikki Moore (visual arts), and Robert Faires (arts). Obligatory ethical note: Critics refrained from nominating themselves or members of their families for any awards and refrained from voting in any category in which the critic or a family member was nominated.THEATREProduction, DramaIn On It, dirigo groupProduction, ComedyThe Assumption, Refraction ArtsProduction, MusicalParade, Mary Moody Northen TheatreDirectionMarcus McQuirter, Funnyhouse of a Negro..."

Outstanding!
Nominations for the 2006-2007 Austin Critics Table Awards
Arts Story  May 18, 2007, by Robert Faires
"...The number of awards still aren't even across the disciplines, but they're considerably closer – theatre (10), dance (6), classical music (8), performing arts design (5), visual arts (8) – and we'll continue to refine them in the future. That said, the nominations for the 2006-2007 Austin Critics Table Awards, covering the period from May 1, 2006, to April 30, 2007, were assembled by the following arts writers: the Austin American-Statesman's Michael Barnes (arts), Clare Croft (dance), Randy Harriman (music), Erin Keever (visual art), David Mead (music), Joey Seiler (theatre), and Jeanne Claire van Ryzin (arts) and the Chronicle's Salvador Castillo (visual arts), Elizabeth Cobbe (theatre), Amanda Douberley (visual arts), Patti Hadad (theatre), Rachel Koper (visual arts), Nikki Moore (visual arts), and Robert Faires (arts)..."

Texas Biennial, Okay Mountain
The 2007 Texas Biennial exhibition at Okay Mountain generates color and a communal spirit while raising questions about festivalism and appropriating sources
Arts Review  April 6, 2007
"...Salvador Castillo: There was a different attitude at this space. It was definitely brighter [than the Butridge Gallery at the Dougherty Arts Center]..."

Texas Biennial, Site 1808
The 2007 Texas Biennial exhibition at Site 1808 boasts strong outdoor artwork, but the use of PODS didn't quite realize its potential
Arts Review  April 6, 2007
"...Salvador Castillo: I agree that Noah Simblist's work could have benefited from a more neutral space. Perhaps that is why the work at Okay Mountain feels so vibrant..."

Sonidos del Barrio
Part 1, the overview, of Latino music in the Austin mainstream
Music Story  May 1, 2009, by Margaret Moser
"...Latino Music Month kicks off Friday at the Gibson Guitar Showroom, celebrating the release of the Austin Music Mezcla 2009 CD, featuring prominent local acts including Tortilla Factory, Patricia Vonne & Rosie Flores, Brownout, A.J. Castillo, and Alejandro Escovedo..."

Texas Book Festival 2016: The Full List
TBF hosts Don DeLillo, Thomas Dolby, Emma Cline, 277 more
DAILY Arts  September 15, 2016, by Robert Faires
"...Henry Prize Stories 2016 Tony Tulathimutte, Private Citizens A.N. Kang, Papillon Minh Le, Let Me Finish! Varsha Bajaj, This Is Our Baby, Born Today Ruth Chan, Where's the Party Arun Gandhi, Be the Change: A Grandfather Gandhi Story Melissa de la Cruz, Something in Between Laurent Linn, Draw the Line Padma Lakshmi, The Encyclopedia of Spices and Herbs Jeff Chang, Who We Be Tim Wu, The Attention Merchants Monica Youn, Blackacre Jesus Salvador Trevino, Return to Arroyo Grande Benjamin Saenz, Everything Begins and Ends at the Kentucky Club Derek Palacio, The Mortifications Claudia Salazar Jimenez, Blood of the Dawn Eduardo Rabasa, A Zero-Sum Game Carlos Fonseca, Colonel Lagrimas Manuel Gonzales, The Regional Office Is Under Attack! Jose Skinner, The Tombstone Race Mauro Javier Cardenas, The Revolutionaries Try Again Duncan Tonatiuh, The Princess and the Warrior Lauren Castillo, It Is Not Time for Sleeping Mike Curato, Little Elliot, Big Fun René Colato Lainez, Mama the Alien/Mama la Extraterrestre Yuyi Morales, Rudas: Ninos Horrendous Hermanitas Monica Brown, Lola Levine and the Ballet Scheme Diana López, Nothing Up My Sleeve Xavier Garza, Rooster Joe and the Bully René Saldaña, A Mystery Bigger Than Big: A Mickey Rangel Mystery Angela Cervantes, Allie, First at Last Rene Perez, Seeing Off the Johns Guadalupe Garcia McCall, Shame the Stars Joe Jiménez, Bloodline Amy Tintera, Ruined Julissa Arce, My (Underground) American Dream Diane Guerrero, In the Country We Love Andres Neuman, How to Travel Without Seeing Sylvia Casares, The Enchilada Queen Cookbook: Enchiladas, Fajitas, Tamales, and More Classic Recipes From Texas-Mexico Border Kitchens Armando Rayo Jarod Neece, The Tacos of Texas Richard J..."

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