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Arts & Culture

  • mIss me
    Montreal street artist Miss Me is well known around town for her photorealistic Artful Vandal, Pussy Illuminati and Saints of Soul wheatpastes which can be found in every neighbourhood, and even in cities from Paris to Havana to Dakar. Increasingly, her work is gaining visibility in other regions too thanks to some recent high-profile features […]
  • kyrk
    Kirk Lynn has already fixed one of Shakespeare’s plays. (Article by Jeanne Claire van Ryzin, republished from Co-founder of the celebrated Rude Mechs theater collective, head of the University of Texas’ playwriting and directing program, in 2013 Lynn marshaled together his considerable talents — and irrepressible and irreverent wit — to make a very modern […]
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    Neosho artist Sarah Serio had her reduction block print “Innocence Died Screaming” selected to show during PrintAustin 2016. The work will be on display in “The Contemporary Print” at Flatbed Press in Austin, Texas. (Article by Staff Reporters, republished from The exhibition, which runs through Feb. 14, is a juried survey of the traditions and […]
  • land-for-sale
    The 9.4-acre L-shaped tract in Southeast Austin could have been many things. (Article by Andra Lim, republished from It could have been a privately run recycling plant, but nearby homeowners raised a racket, and the city purchased the property. This 9.4 acres in Southeast Austin, off Winnebago Lane, could become a site for a live-work […]
  • art2
    Theater and dance (Article by Staff, republished from “Bill W. and Doctor Bob.” The amazing and often humorous story of the two men who pioneered Alcoholics Anonymous. 8 p.m. Friday-Saturday, 2 p.m. Saturday-Sunday, 7 p.m. Sunday. $36-$46. The Long Center, 701 W. Riverside Drive. + CHRIS OWYOUNG New York Polyphony performs at Bates Recital […]
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    Theater (Article by Jeanne Claire van Ryzin,  republished from “Terminus.” It’s the last week to catch Gabriel Jason Dean’s critically acclaimednew modern drama about a Southern family wrestling with race, class and the forward push of history. 8 p.m. Thursday-Sunday through Feb. 6. Vortex, 2307 Manor Road. $10-$35. 512-478-5282, “Fixing Timon of Athens.” Austin playwright […]
  • topdog
    The making of theatre is no small undertaking. It’s typically full of risks and challenges, and with the diminishing availability of venues and arts funding in Austin these days, those risks and challenges increase exponentially. Sometimes, though, a project speaks so loudly to you and our current sociopolitical climate that it simply cannot be ignored. […]
  • MM
    February is filled with flurry of new cultural happenings. Here are our picks for the absolute must-sees. (Article by Jeanne Claire van Ryzin, republished from “Mark Mothersbaugh: Myopia.” Opens Feb. 13 and continues through April 17. Contemporary Austin, Jones Center, 700 Congress Ave. Free on opening day (Feb. 13). $3-$5 (free on Tuesdays). Mark Mothersbaugh, […]
  • rt
    It’s free — and it’s filled with lots of artistic eye candy. (Article by Jeanne Claire Van Ryzin, republished from Print Austin’s Bin Fest and Expo happens noon to 5 p.m. Saturday at the Canopy arts complex, 916 Springdale Road. There will be printmaking demonstrations as well as a host of indie fine printmakers […]