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Triumph of the Yellow Kid
Comics are art, Spiegelman notes in his panel-busting history lesson
"...Rodney Dangerfield: They didn't get no respect. When they started out in newspapers, they were "the funnies," little boxes..."

Oct. 22, 2004 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Vision of a New Republic
Plans for the Revitalization of Republic Square
"...of Southern Union Gas, was chair of the Downtown Austin Alliance in 1997-98, she was determined to focus attention..."

July 13, 2001 News Feature by Chale Nafus

Getting the Joke
Comedy isn't the funny business it was in the Eighties, what with fewer clubs and audiences burned out by comedy on cable and hack comics. Seven Austin comics discuss the current state of stand-up in a round-table discussion.
"...April is the cruelest month for the Austin comedy scene. That's the time of its annual rite..."

June 30, 2000 Arts Feature

Three Guys, a Girl, and a Dog Named Friday
Austin film collective Jollyville Pictures on its ingredients for success
"...soon. Right now though, chances are you've at least seen something that involved a member of the loosely knit,..."

Dec. 18, 2009 Screens Feature by Marc Savlov

'22' Questions
Getting to know the new adjunct curator at AMOA
"...What happens when a Boston U. Ph.D. comes to Austin to be adjunct curator for the Austin Museum of..."

Aug. 27, 2004 Arts Feature by Rachel Koper

The Image-Maker
Former Chronicle "Cover Master" and legendary tattoo artist Michael Malone's aka Rollo Banks' career has always on been in ink; now it's on paper.
"...Bull's-Eyes & Black Eyes: The Art of Michael Maloneedited by Don Ed Hardy..."

Dec. 13, 2002 Arts Feature by Margaret Moser

Postmarks
Chronicle Kills Poster Art
"...Twice now the Chron has had articles decrying "The Death of Poster Art." This article ("Violators..."

Sept. 26, 1997 Column

Prints Charming
Marking Austin's Museum of Art's "Fresh Ink" Exhibit
"......"

Feb. 21, 1997 Arts Feature by Rebecca S. Cohen

Nailing the Market
The next time you go out to eat, keep an eye out for the work of Austin artist Elizabeth Guenthner. She's showing in almost every cafe where it's possible to display art, and her works' precise, distinctly disturbing beauty is simply transcendent.
"...Austin native Elizabeth Guenthner is exhibiting her artwork, throughout the..."

July 14, 2000 Arts Feature by Wayne Alan Brenner

Perfect Blue
"...to the end of the film. Surely I hadn't seen this somewhere else? Then it struck me: Perfect Blue..."

Nov. 12, 1999 Movie Review by Marc Savlov

Disclosure
"...his “victimized, white, middle-class male” persona into a fine art, and with each new film essaying another variation on..."

Dec. 9, 1994 Movie Review by Marjorie Baumgarten

Adam Green is Digging Up the Marrow
Indie horror auteur road-trips his new film this week
"...the cargo hold of the plane, as he and artist Alex Pardee bring their new collaboration Digging Up the..."

Feb. 17, 2015 Screens Post by Richard Whittaker

The Luv Doc: A Piece of Work
Sometimes when you art it stinks, but that shouldn’t keep you from arting
"...work. I am also impressed and amazed to have seen your various works, too. You are doing a great..."

Dec. 19, 2014 Column by The Luv Doc

Honeydripper
John Sayles’ new drama is about life in a destitute African-American cotton-farming town in Jim Crow-era Alabama and the music that gave the region its mythology.
"...liked the blues. I realize that’s probably heresy in Austin – the bluesiest of all predominately white, upwardly mobile..."

Feb. 1, 2008 Movie Review by Josh Rosenblatt

Controlling Their Own Destiny
So many questions for the gaming industry, so many Austin game developers to answer them
"...it the most popular video game ever. Here in Austin, the Alamo Drafthouse's Village and Lake Creek locations have..."

Nov. 19, 2004 Screens Feature by Marc Savlov

Song of Life on Death Row
How Dead Man Walking came to be an opera -- and to be produced in Austin before almost every other city in the world -- reveals the great risks and rewards in developing new works for the modern operatic stage.
"...that will arrest the action of his lungs and heart. It's an unlikely setting for an opera, even one..."

Jan. 10, 2003 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

The Last Emperor: Director's Cut
"...1988, when The Last Emperor first premiered locally, The Austin Chronicle wrote: “Bertolucci's modernist epic is a celebration of..."

Dec. 25, 1998 Movie Review by Marjorie Baumgarten

Visions of This Town
Max Crace & the 1998 Austin Guitar Calendar
"...Wolfson As a highly successful commercial photographer and graphic artist, Max Crace is no stranger to deadlines. In his..."

Nov. 21, 1997 Music Feature by Andy Langer

Heart of The Beast
Can Donald Byrd Make Art of True-Life Violence?
"...the stage to rake in millions and keep struggling artists afloat, despite the moral cost...."

May 9, 1997 Arts Feature by Adrienne Martini

Wayne Alan Brenner's Top 10 Arts-Related Things I Enjoyed in 2017
Bold takes on history and art that moved around the city spoke to a growing, changing Austin this year
"...Graham Reynolds and director Shawn Sides with Mexico City's Lagartijas Tiradas al Sol (and poet Carrie Fountain, singers Paul..."

Dec. 29, 2017 Arts Feature by Wayne Alan Brenner

Sixth Street Showdown
Downtown is growing, and with that growth come rising tensions between police, partiers, and activists
"...crossing Sixth Street after a night out enjoying Downtown Austin. Caught crossing against the light, Wallace and two others..."

Feb. 26, 2016 News Feature by Chase Hoffberger

Talking Shop With Curran Nault
The Polari artistic director on programming to bridge divides
"...Curran Nault and I met over a table of Austin queers discussing the prospect of a new celebration (which..."

Oct. 10, 2013 Screens Post by Kate X Messer

Dual Perceptions
Two Blanton Museum exhibitions, two artists, and a conversation about how to look at art
"...The Blanton Museum of Art has two terrific survey exhibitions on display with no..."

July 27, 2012 Arts Feature by Andrew Long

The Right Snuff
Savage survivor and Sex Pistols witness Artly Snuff isn't just another face in Austin's eccentric crowd
"...2010, with less than 48 hours in the year, Artly Snuff slowed to make a U-turn while driving his..."

July 8, 2011 Music Feature by Margaret Moser

I Shutter To Think
Six photographers offer a snapshot of the state of the art
"...home to the world's first photograph, you'd think the art of the camera would rule. But despite the presence..."

May 20, 2011 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Miles and Miles of Canvas
For 2011, the Texas Biennial lives up to its name by spreading across the state
"...against Our Fair City. Quite the contrary. "I love Austin," insists the New York-based art historian and attorney. "I..."

April 8, 2011 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Crime and the City Solution
How safe do you feel exiting the Sixth Street/Red River Austin music crucible at 2am?
"...ricocheted around its self-proclaimed world capital. While the teeming heart of Austin's entertainment district at closing hour is rarely..."

June 26, 2009 Music Feature by Marc Savlov

Growing Pains
Rapidly expanding Austin Green Art works to sustain its mission and identity
"...Last spring, I met Austin Green Art founder Randy Jewart for a one-on-one conversation..."

April 18, 2008 Arts Feature by Nikki Moore

Making Biscuit
Punk icon Randy "Biscuit" Turner serves art 24/7
"...A modest frame house in South Austin sports a wealth of year-round yard art. Bowling balls..."

Aug. 19, 2005 Music Feature by Marc Savlov

The Book on Lance Letscher
What lies behind the buzz of Austin's hot collage artist
"...has mystique workin', too. The buzz comes from Letscher's art: poetic collages concocted from "found" papers – album covers,..."

June 25, 2004 Arts Feature by Madeline Irvine

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