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Is Austin’s Art.Science.Gallery. Evolving or Dying?
Crucial times for the city’s science-celebrating bastion of art
"...a certain form and function that fills a specific niche and interacts successfully with the rest of everything –..."

Dec. 16, 2016 Arts Post by Wayne Alan Brenner

Austin Green Art
"...The Gates made a big impression on Austin artist Randy Jewart, a work that was simple, elegant, and..."

March 24, 2006 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Dimension Gallery Shows Support for Art and Artists at EAST
The 2018 East Austin Studio Tour bears fruit with help from local artspace
"...Gallery is also fitting in one sense: The six artists being shown together have completed works and brought them..."

Nov. 9, 2018 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Wild Wood Art Cafe
Shelter from the gluten storm
"...Wild Wood Art Cafe..."

Aug. 11, 2006 Food Review by Kate Thornberry

Exposing the Art of the Scam in Lie, Cheat & Steal
Comics Pat Sirois and Kath Barbadaro school you on the grift in their podcast
"...involve murder. Were you deliberately carving out a different niche in that landscape, or was there some other reason..."

July 27, 2018 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

O, Brother! Where Art Thou?
Although out of the headlines, the George W. Bush siblings have been doing quite nicely for themselves.
"...was twice elected governor of Texas, Neil was either part of the late Maxine Mesinger's "crème de la crème..."

March 16, 2001 News Feature by Louis Dubose

Pop Culture That's a Keeper
Browsing the collectibles at Guzu Gallery
"...vs. lowbrow slugfests, and no matter who loses, the audience/player/art lover wins. Or at least that's how it looks..."

May 18, 2012 Screens Feature by Marc Savlov

Working-Class Hero
Is Michael Fracasso's Austin's best kept musical secret?
"...might sing anything. He might come off as a particularly insightful singer-songwriter; he might make rock & roll noise...."

April 23, 2004 Music Feature by Dave Marsh

Lords of Dogtown
This narrative re-creation of the skateboarding doc Dogtown and Z-Boys is a blast, as accurate as it ought to be with more than enough mythology and gut thrills thrown in for good measure.
"...that birthed everything from competitive skating to the fine art of hanging ten and hanging out on concrete, no..."

June 10, 2005 Movie Review by Marc Savlov

Selena Quintanilla Pérez, the barrier-crashing Tejano singer who was murdered at the age of 23, is the subject of this biopic that was also the breakout film role for Jennifer Lopez.
"...reasons, many having little or nothing to do with art. Selena, for example, falls into the specialized niche of..."

March 28, 1997 Movie Review by Russell Smith

El Bulli: Cooking in Progress
The most famous restaurant in the world is profiled in this documentary.
"...have come in the past few years that a niche doc like this is playing in theatres instead of..."

Oct. 14, 2011 Movie Review by Marc Savlov

Energy Forward
Sofia Resnick gets her kee-op! on at Master Yi Martial Arts Academy
"...a stop at the side entrance of Master Yi Martial Arts Academy on North Burnet Road, I could see..."

Jan. 11, 2008 Screens Feature by Sofia Resnick

That Was Then; This Is Now
The latest version of 'New Art in Austin' shows how much has changed in three years
" became apparent to me that I like cold art. Work that is slick and uses plastic, ink, water,..."

April 11, 2008 Arts Feature by Salvador Castillo

DVDanger: Future Shock! The Story of 2000 AD
New documentary on the influential and rule-breaking comic
" documentary Future Shock! shows, launched some of the art form's greatest figures...."

May 30, 2017 Screens Post by Richard Whittaker

'Books and Parts of Books: 1996-2004'
Lance Letscher's current retrospective at the Austin Museum of Art is exciting in its breadth and diversity and the sense of possibility those qualities create
"...inception, collage has thrived in the corners of the art world. From scrapbook pages to fine artworks, thoughtfully constructed..."

June 25, 2004 Arts Feature by Molly Beth Brenner

Virtual Reality Arcade Opens in East Austin
It's like a karaoke room for immersive play
" One company is hoping to break outside the niche and expose a wider swath of Austinites to this..."

June 1, 2017 Screens Post by Tucker Whatley

Cinema41: One Year Old and Still Indie as Indie Can Be
Cinema 41 celebrates their one-year anniversary
"...It was, at the start, a tough sell. Austin is overrun with film fests,..."

April 5, 2012 Screens Post by Marc Savlov

This Week's Waste of Time
Web Testing Your Intelligence for Free. What Could Possibly Go Wrong?
"...After weeks of free video games as art, I figure it's time to please the masses. Brain..."

Aug. 27, 2009 Screens Post by James Renovitch

Throwing Down Love
The seven-year rise of Knolly Williams, the Master P of Christian hip-hop
"...sets of Austinites create, cover, and market to a niche audience while carefully riding the line between not just..."

Aug. 4, 2000 Music Feature by Andy Langer

Anime Beyond Miyazaki Arrives in Austin
Films like I Want to Eat Your Pancreas are changing American tastes for Japanese animation
"...– Japanese animated features – used to split the art form down into two components: impenetrable long-running series (Dragon..."

Feb. 8, 2019 Screens Feature by Richard Whittaker

Picks & Sleepers
" every year. If you have time for day parties and in-stores, add four days to those five nights...."

March 20, 1998 Music Feature

What Would Jean-Luc Do?
In a post-digital world, is cinema dead or just rebooting?
" filmed, recorded, taped, streamed, whether with clear narrative, artistic, or communicative intent – as evidenced by the YouTube,..."

July 24, 2009 Screens Feature by Marc Savlov

The Prey
Vietnamese cinema is back with a vicious bang
"...four-inch-long scar on my back that looks like a particularly nasty tributary of the Mekong River if you squint..."

Aug. 21, 2020 Movie Review by Marc Savlov

Other Music
History of a lost Manhattan record store keeps a basic tune
"...for the national chains. Each indie store had its niche, and they interlocked into a network: One would have..."

April 24, 2020 Movie Review by Richard Whittaker

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.
"...and accurately assess the intangible elements involved in the art? This year, however, proved unusually controversial, in part because..."

June 30, 2000 Arts Feature

The Basement Tapes
The Netherworld of Iconoclastic Music
"...of creativity have often acted as a barrier to artistic expression. Although this barrier performs an invaluable service by..."

March 28, 1997 Music Feature by Greg Beets

Talking Shop With Curran Nault
The Polari artistic director on programming to bridge divides
" scene for his dissertation. Now, as the current artistic director of Polari, Austin's LGBT film festival (née Austin..."

Oct. 10, 2013 Screens Post by Kate X Messer

None of the Hits, All of the Time
Austin's Real "Alternative," KVRX
"...fresh graffiti. "I just painted this so they could start over for the new year, and they've already covered..."

Jan. 24, 1997 Music Feature by Kate X Messer

El Chicano
A new superhero for the Latinx community (and everyone else)
"...Aces on his résumé, Carnahan has carved out a niche for himself as a writer-director who delivers blockbuster-caliber genre..."

May 10, 2019 Movie Review by Matthew Monagle

Uzumasa Limelight
The hero of this beguiling Japanese film is a kirare-yaku or “sliced actor” – a certain kind of Japanese actor/stuntman who always dies by sword in the shadows.
"...2003 take on the perennially popular blind swordsman Zatoichi jump-started the flagging Japanese cinema and television genre known as..."

Dec. 5, 2014 Movie Review by Marc Savlov

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