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"Ben Muñoz: Over My Head" at Flatbed Center for Contemporary Printmaking
These bold new woodcuts capture the depth and bigness of life

Wayne Alan Brenner, July 16, 2020

Tune In to Throwback Virtual Reading Sessions for Vintage TV Live
Tune In to Throwback Virtual Reading Sessions for Vintage TV Live
Scooby Doo, where are you? Online, in this new Vortex series

Robert Faires, July 14, 2020

Wild New Board Game Sculpts Itself Up a Kickstarter Win
Wild New Board Game Sculpts Itself Up a Kickstarter Win
Who dares to crush your clay, citizen?

Wayne Alan Brenner, July 10, 2020

Baking for Good Cooks Up a Tasty Benefit for Black Art Matters
Tasty Benefit for Black Art Matters
Nonprofit makes you a sweet offer

Robert Faires, July 9, 2020

“Marianne Levy: Grimm Re-Articulated” at the Dougherty Arts Center
This exhibition of ceramic sculptures recasts fairy tales with animals who are more human than the people in the originals

Robert Faires, July 9, 2020

<i>Quitter: A Memoir of Drinking, Relapse, and Recovery</i> – an Excerpt
Quitter: A Memoir of Drinking, Relapse, and Recovery – an Excerpt
In this chapter from her book, Erica C. Barnett describes the point when her life became a shrinking circle

Erica C. Barnett, July 9, 2020

Supercharging Big Medium’s Artist Relief Fund
Supercharging Big Medium’s Artist Relief Fund
Canopy's matching pledges to support Austin’s creative community

Wayne Alan Brenner, July 8, 2020

Pointing Out Detention Centers
Pointing Out Detention Centers "In Plain Sight"
Sky-high art turns eyes to migrant detention and incarceration

Victoria Rossi, July 3, 2020

Mayor's Book Club Says:
Mayor's Book Club Says: "Read Local"
The 2020 choice? Three dozen books, all by Austin authors

Robert Faires, July 2, 2020

Motorblade Postering Returns, With a New Owner
Motorblade Postering Returns, With a New Owner
Austin's premier postering service is no longer on the Fritz and is ready to roll & rock with Ricardo

Wayne Alan Brenner, July 2, 2020

"Lee Albert Hill: Signs" at CAMIBAart
This solo exhibition asks, What happens when shapes run away to join the circuits?

Wayne Alan Brenner, July 2, 2020

Exit Laughing: Carl Reiner, RIP
Exit Laughing: Carl Reiner, RIP
The brilliant comedian, writer, and director has died at age 98

Robert Faires, June 30, 2020

Creative in Confinement #2: Camille the Quaran-Teen Witch
Creative in Confinement #2: Camille the Quaran-Teen Witch
For her, rituals give meaning to these long, locked-up months

Victoria Rossi, June 29, 2020

kYmberly Keeton Wants Your Stories for the Black COVID-19 Index
kYmberly Keeton Wants Your Stories for the Black COVID-19 Index
And at the Austin African American Book Festival 2020, she'll tell you why

Robert Faires, June 25, 2020

For the 2020 Austin Chamber Music Festival, You Provide the Chamber
For the 2020 Austin Chamber Music Festival, You Provide the Chamber
With the annual event online in your home, chamber music doesn't get any more intimate

Robert Faires, June 25, 2020

Texas Book Festival Goes Virtual!
Texas Book Festival Goes Virtual!
Annual literary event stretches from Halloween to Nov. 15

Robert Faires, June 24, 2020

Kate Breakey: "Black Tulips & Dead Flowers"
This exhibition focused on specimens of the plant kingdom is like a series of windows into arcane botanical memories

Wayne Alan Brenner, June 18, 2020

Austin Symphony Orchestra Keeps Playing From Beyond the Stage
Austin Symphony Orchestra Keeps Playing From Beyond the Stage
For the second time in its 109-year history, the ASO weathers a global pandemic

David Sotelo, June 18, 2020

A Year Later, the Time Is Right for Another Conversation About <i>Notes From the Field</i>
A Year Later, the Time Is Right for Another Conversation About Notes From the Field
In the wake of George Floyd’s murder, Zach Theatre streamed its staging of the 2019 production and led a discussion on Zoom

Robert Faires, June 18, 2020

In Memoriam: George Wilkerson
In Memoriam: George Wilkerson
Remembering Esther's Follies' first sketch-writing superstar

Robert Faires, June 17, 2020

Creative in Confinement #1: Sara Yost
Creative in Confinement #1: Sara Yost
Teen fashions an artistic escape from lockdown

Victoria Rossi, June 16, 2020

Austin-Based Choreographer Hopes to Make a
Austin-Based Choreographer Hopes to Make a "Social Justice Summer"
With some crowdfunding support, Charles O. Anderson will be able to make dances for this time

Robert Faires, June 11, 2020

Austin Justice Coalition x DORF: Online Art Auction
AJC x DORF: Art Auction
Raising funds, razing injustice, spreading art everywhere

Wayne Alan Brenner, June 5, 2020

In Memoriam: Greg Easley
In Memoriam: Greg Easley
Remembering the beloved choreographer, dancer, and teacher

Robert Faires, June 4, 2020

Michael Kaiser Has Ideas About What's Next for the Arts
Michael Kaiser Has Ideas About What's Next for the Arts
The arts management expert spoke to Austin arts groups about the future, and the key word is "community"

Robert Faires, June 4, 2020

Umlauf Sculpture Garden Reopening
Umlauf Sculpture Garden Reopening
Especially when it's rich with art, the outside is in again

Wayne Alan Brenner, June 4, 2020

ASO Fires Player Over Racist Remarks
ASO Fires Player Over Racist Remarks
Austin Opera and area schools also cut ties with trombonist

Robert Faires, June 2, 2020

This Is Who We Are #13: Pro Arts Collective's <I>Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992</i>
This Is Who We Are #13: Pro Arts Collective's Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992
A daily affirmation of Austin's creativity from the Chronicle archive

Robert Faires, June 1, 2020

Let's Play the Paramount Summer Classic Film Series at Home Game
Let's Play the Paramount Summer Classic Film Series at Home Game
The shelter-in-place game when you're ready for your close-up

Robert Faires, May 28, 2020

Sex Toys for Solo Summer Fun
Sex Toys for Solo Summer Fun
Because your safest pandemic sex partner is you

Beth Sullivan, May 28, 2020

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