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Five Recommended Austin Arts Events
Five Recommended Austin Arts Events
Our weekly pick of the top art events to get you out of the house

Wayne Alan Brenner, Oct. 14, 2021

Hope 4 Hip Hop Preserves and Reanimates History for the Next Generation
Hope 4 Hip Hop Preserves and Reanimates History for the Next Generation
“Hip-hop is a melting pot, a mestizo of the arts.”

Adam Wood, Oct. 14, 2021

<i>Gastro Obscura</i> Reveals a World of Food-based Weirdness
Gastro Obscura Reveals a World of Food-based Weirdness
The culinaristas of Atlas Obscura debut a brilliant new book

Wayne Alan Brenner, Oct. 12, 2021

Bat City Scaregrounds Is Austin's Newest, Biggest Haunt
Austin's Newest, Biggest Haunt
Unleash the bats!

Trace Sauveur, Oct. 7, 2021

Pumpkin Nights Takes the Humble Jack-o’-Lantern to New, Magical Grandeur
Pumpkin Nights Takes the Humble Jack-o’-Lantern to New, Magical Grandeur
Not your grandma's pumpkin patch

Richard Whittaker, Oct. 7, 2021

Five Things ...
Five Things ...
Your weekly guide to the best happenings in Austin

Wayne Alan Brenner, Oct. 7, 2021

Austin’s Haunted Attractions Are Back With Safe Screams
Austin’s Haunted Attractions Are Back
After a year of shuttered scares, Halloween is home

Richard Whittaker, Oct. 7, 2021

Making the House of Torment a Home
Making the House of Torment a Home
After a shuttered year, Austin’s oldest haunted attraction reunites the family

Richard Whittaker, Oct. 7, 2021

Shudder for Charity at Scare for a Cure
Shudder for Charity at Scare for a Cure
Austin’s biggest fundraising haunt returns with safety in mind

Cody Song, Oct. 7, 2021

Behind the Scenes at the House of Torment
Behind the Scenes at the House of Torment
Photos by Jana Birchum

Photos, Oct. 7, 2021

Pumpkin Nights at Jourdan-Bachman Pioneer Farms
Pumpkin Nights at Jourdan-Bachman Pioneer Farms
Photos by John Anderson

Photos, Oct. 7, 2021

Female Leaders of Color Honored in Mosaic Art at Austin Public Library
Female Leaders of Color Honored in Mosaic Art at Austin Public Library
The Legends Mosaics will be a permanent installation

W. A. Brenner, Oct. 6, 2021

Texas Book Festival Lineup and Schedule Goes Online and IRL
Texas Book Festival Lineup and Schedule Goes Online and IRL
Big names for hybrid celebration of literature and literacy

Richard Whittaker, Oct. 5, 2021

Jeanne Thornton’s <i>Summer Fun</i> Will Help You Fall into Winter’s Icy Bed of Thorns
Jeanne Thornton’s Summer Fun Will Help You Fall into Winter’s Icy Bed of Thorns
Life’s a beach, and then you scry

Wayne Alan Brenner, Oct. 5, 2021

Tiki Tatsu-ya Raises the Bar to Islander Heaven
Tiki Tatsu-ya Raises the Bar to Islander Heaven
The Aikawa Brothers debut a worldclass venue of storied wonders

Wayne Alan Brenner, Oct. 4, 2021

<i>Timshel</i> Is the Gospel According to Women
Timshel Is the Gospel According to Women
Translation of Bible passages finds the stories lost between the lines

Ramón Rodriguez, Sept. 30, 2021

Two Austin Art Shows You Don't Want to Miss
Two Austin Art Shows You Don't Want to Miss
One closing, one opening, both extraordinary

Wayne Alan Brenner, Sept. 29, 2021

BBoy City XXVII Breakdancing Competition
BBoy City XXVII Breakdancing Competition
Photos by Jana Birchum

Photos, Sept. 27, 2021

Moontower Comedy and Just For Laughs Launching Joint Comedy Fest
Moontower Comedy and Just For Laughs Launching Joint Comedy Fest
Moontower Just For Laughs Austin launching next April

Richard Whittaker, Sept. 24, 2021

Last Bow of an Accidental Critic
Last Bow of an Accidental Critic
Lessons and surprises from a career that shouldn’t have been

Robert Faires, Sept. 23, 2021

Finding the Funny in Bleak Times at Moontower Comedy
Finding the Funny in Bleak Times at Moontower Comedy
A Q&A with stand-ups Akaash Singh and Paul Varghese

Neha Aziz, Sept. 23, 2021

The Texas Book Festival Unveils Its List of Participating Authors
The Texas Book Festival Unveils Its List of Participating Authors
In-person and virtual panels and discussions abound

Adrienne Hunter, Sept. 22, 2021

Meghan Shogan Carves a Career Path Through Solid Rock
Meghan Shogan Carves a Career Path Through Solid Rock
With hammer, chisels, and steel brushes in hand, the Austin artist is on a trajectory in stone

Wayne Alan Brenner, Sept. 16, 2021

"Daniel Johnston: I Live My Broken Dreams" Tells the Story of an Artist
The first-ever museum exhibition of Daniel Johnston's work digs deep into the man, the myths

Robert Faires, Sept. 16, 2021

Terror Tuesday and Weird Wednesday Return to the Alamo!
Terror Tuesday, Weird Wednesday, Are Back!
Sorry about that exclamation point, citizen, but we’re excited af

Wayne Alan Brenner, Sept. 15, 2021

You Have to Be High to See This Mural
You Have to Be High to See This Mural
There’s a new 30,000-square-foot artwork on a Domain NORTHSIDE roof

Wayne Alan Brenner, Sept. 14, 2021

Texas Book Festival Scales Back In-Person Programming
Texas Book Festival Scales Back In-Person Programming
COVID puts the kibosh on State Capitol as a venue

Kimberley Jones, Sept. 13, 2021

9/11 Memorial: The 20th Anniversary
9/11 Memorial: The 20th Anniversary
Claude van Lingen honors those who died on Sept. 11, 2001

Wayne Alan Brenner, Sept. 11, 2021

Deborah Hay's New Work for Dancers in Sweden Was a Long-Distance Creation
Deborah Hay's New Work for Dancers in Sweden Was a Long-Distance Creation
The pandemic forced the Austin choreographer to adapt her dance and even premiere for an audience of no one

Barbara Purcell, Sept. 9, 2021

Women & Their Work's
"We Know Who We Are. We Know What We Want."
In this inaugural exhibition at W&TW's new permanent home, nine artists provide an inquiry of breadth and depth

Robert Faires, Sept. 9, 2021

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