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Austin Visual Arts: 'Art in America' surveys the scene
For a national magazine to do a story on Austin that's just about the visual arts scene is pretty much unheard of
"...his "Report From Austin" in the December issue of Art in America, most of the associations people outside the..."

Dec. 28, 2007 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Art's New Address
Uptown Is Home to Austin's Latest Cultural District
"...photograph by Jana Birchum Great cities have great arts districts. Great big cities (such as New York) often..."

July 4, 1997 Arts Feature by Rebecca S. Cohen

Art for Days
Can you handle two weeks' worth of the East Austin Studio Tour?
"...The annual excursion into the native habitat of Eastside visual artists has been growing steadily since its debut in..."

Nov. 13, 2009 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Austin Visual Arts Association: Thrilled to be hitting the big 3-0
The Austin Visual Arts Association is celebrating its 30th anniversary in high style, with a pair of exhibitions and a big reunion party for local artists
"...Austin has its share of venerable arts organizations. The Austin Symphony has been delighting our ears..."

June 15, 2007 Arts Feature by Barry Pineo

UT Visual Arts Center
David Ellis creates a 'motion painting' – or is it several? – for the university
"...David Ellis, the New York-based artist currently in residence at the University of Texas' new..."

April 23, 2010 Arts Feature by Wayne Alan Brenner

“Alba Corral: Thoughts in Action” at Generative Art Project
The new gallery screens our present into the future with beauty and depth
"...Walking into the intimate elegance of the Generative Art Project on East Sixth, you could convince yourself that..."

Dec. 14, 2018 Arts Review by Wayne Alan Brenner

Five Recommended Art Events This Weekend
How can you lose with a sweet list to use before it's time to choose?
"...defeating Thanos? Instead, engage with the real world of artistic creation and science and their consequences in our current..."

Jan. 26, 2018 Arts Post by Wayne Alan Brenner

Top 10 Visual Arts Exhibitions of 2006 (in chronological order)
Chronicle arts writer Amanda Douberley names the Top 10 visual arts exhibitions of 2006
"..."The Gospel of Lead: Dario Robleto and Jeremy Blake" (Arthouse) Curated by Regine Basha..."

Jan. 12, 2007 Arts Feature by Amanda Douberley

Art Week Austin 2010 Schedule
"...Art Week Austin runs April 21-25, with the fair Art..."

April 23, 2010 Arts Feature

Art Week Austin
"...Hosting the 2011 Art Week Austin, Art Alliance Austin is taking advantage of..."

April 22, 2011 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Art City Austin
The big outdoor art fair is spreading the love, via partnerships and pink notes
"...Art City Austin 2009 is on its way this weekend,..."

April 24, 2009 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Art That Speaks for Itself
"...of the united States to go... through the interior parts of North America. We are to ascend the Missouri..."

Dec. 19, 1997 Books Feature by Clay Smith

Blanton Museum of Art
The companion facility to the UT museum's gallery building is finally complete
"...Since opening in 2006, the Blanton Museum of Art's Michener Gallery Building has been a major success for..."

Nov. 14, 2008 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Arthouse Texas & Hunting Art Prizes: Art as big as Texas
The Lone Star State's two biggest honors for visual artists are one step closer to awarding their respective five-figure prizes this year
"...The Lone Star State's two biggest honors for visual artists moved closer to awarding their respective five-figure prizes..."

March 2, 2007 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

"Agree to Disagree: 2015 Studio Art MFA Thesis Exhibition"
The exhibit by UT graduate students is a mix that ranges from impressive to downright disappointing
"...In the UT Visual Arts Center's "Agree to Disagree," there exists an incongruous..."

May 15, 2015 Arts Review by Caitlin Greenwood

Art Work
Local artists convene for a conversation about art, labor, and the economy
" has staggered through the Great Recession, the Chicago-based art collective has been sounding the call for "a national..."

Jan. 22, 2010 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

How to Have a SUCCESSFUL Career in Art
D.L. Tolar and Edward Povey lay the foundation for going pro and getting your art seen
"...if you're applying it to a career as a visual artist, the term may well involve having a studio,..."

Sept. 25, 2009 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

"Evolution" at Art.Science.Gallery.
In this group show, each piece leads two lives: one as an artwork, one as a device for sharing information
"...plate notes that the illustration depicts the "mesenteries, epigastric arteries, and urachus," among other things. The plate does little..."

July 1, 2016 Arts Review by Sam Anderson-Ramos

Gallery Lombardi: A little farther from the train tracks, but the art still rocks
Gallery Lombardi has left its longtime home on Third Street for new digs on West Seventh, but you can expect the same great salon-style group shows for which it's known
"...businesses and organizations that serve those residents, including the arts organizations...."

March 9, 2007 Arts Feature by Barry Pineo

Comics? Sequential Art? Literature for Your Visual Cortex?
A year's worth of goodness for the smarter parts of your brain
"...This year, The New Yorker's art editor Françoise Mouly is the final decider, and she..."

Oct. 2, 2012 Chronolog Post by Wayne Alan Brenner

Art City Austin: Everything old is new again
The annual art fair once known as Fiesta and the Austin Fine Arts Festival makes its debut after reinventing itself
"...The city's oldest art fair is about to become its newest art fair...."

April 11, 2008 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Tubes of Art
"...R. Guggenheim Museum's senior curator of film and media arts, John G. Hanhardt, lecture on the emergence and development..."

Sept. 11, 1998 Arts Feature by Rebecca S. Cohen

Gender Unbound's Winter Art Market Returns
An afternoon to get close, get local, and support LGBTQIA artists
"...Gender Unbound is putting on their second annual Winter Art Market to celebrate the many glittering facets of winter..."

Nov. 26, 2019 Qmmunity Post by James Scott

Sacred Spaces and the Art of Margo Sawyer at AMOA
"...Blue, 1998..."

Aug. 21, 1998 Arts Feature by Rebecca S. Cohen

What Galleries Are Doing on the World Wide Web Why Net Art?
"...often as I can. The galleries and muse-ums, in particular, provide my incentive to return...."

Jan. 19, 1996 Arts Feature

Big Medium Makes the Austin Art Space Larger
"...One thing artists do is respond to the times. But what happens..."

Nov. 27, 2020 Features Feature by Robert Faires

Who Says There’s No Art Openings This Weekend?
Are you kidding, citizen? Are you, what, pulling our cultural leg?
"...But we do keep track of them – here,..."

Sept. 14, 2018 Arts Post by Wayne Alan Brenner

"ART for All + ALL for Art" at Art for the People Gallery
Truth is one of the rewards of this showing of work by artists who have lived on the streets
"...What may or may not be "true" in an artwork is arguably subjective, but when cornered I will insist..."

March 31, 2017 Arts Review by Sam Anderson-Ramos

The Power of Art in Austin’s Overlooked Objects
Defining the city's personality from the moonlight towers to the railroad bridge
"...kind of totemic force as worthy of the name "art." By art, I don't mean the things we look..."

Aug. 5, 2016 Arts Feature by Sam Anderson-Ramos

Bill Narum: We Call That Art
ZZ Top iconographer Bill Narum moves on to the next canvas.
"...Texas music without seeing Bill Narum. His splashy, bold art decorated every ZZ Top album from the vinyl and..."

Nov. 20, 2009 Music Post by Margaret Moser

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