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Hearing Pisaro for the first time felt like hearing Morton Feldman for the first time, or seeing a James Turrell...

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Thousands of sheets of paper wafting through the air while a young girl dances on aerial silk and actors perform...

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Lee Breuer’s The Gospel at Colonus is up at the ZACH Theatre until April 27. The work is a re-imagining...

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Yesterday I finally got to see the McNay Art Museum’s presentation of Robert Indiana: Beyond LOVE (read Scott Andrews’s terrific...

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Sound Artist and experimental filmmaker Abinadi Meza is an assistant professor at University of Houston’s School of Art.

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By this time of year, I’m in the mood for a little “mayhem ensues,” so of course, I’m delighted to...

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The legacy of the recently departed matriarch of Austin’s art scene, Peggy Frary, lives on in the upcoming Art City...

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The success of any production of Ain’t Misbehavin’, the 1978 Tony-winning musical revue, rests solely on the talents of the...

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IMAGE: From left: Maurizio Cattelan, Untitled, 2009; and Nobuo Sekine, Phase of Nothingness — Cloth and Stone, 1970/1994. On view...

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This month offers a host of opportunities to question truths, myths and assumptions about the body.

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Dallas native Anastasia Munoz plays Orlando in Sarah Ruhl’s adaptation of the Virginia Wolf novel of the same name, running...

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Composer, chamber musician, violinist, and improviser Todd Reynolds cannot seem to stay away from Texas.

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IMAGE: De Scott Evans, The Irish Question (detail), 1880s. Oil on canvas. 30.5 x 25.4 cm (12 x 10 in.)....

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Visual arts events around the state of Texas.

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Performing arts events throughout the state of Texas.

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Black Lab Theatre’s Jordan Jaffe is at it again, producing plays that millennials can identify with, in the hope that...

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Braque, Magritte Had Overlapping Concerns, Wildly Different Visions   IMAGE: René Magritte, Le faux miroir (The False Mirror) (detail), 1928....

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April is the cruelest month, except in Texas, where it’s a month of firsts, festivals and other cultural wonders.

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Despite a storied musical history, Dallas isn’t a city known for music.

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SOLI Chamber Ensemble’s May concert, titled Future, logically concludes the San Antonio-based classical contemporary quartet’s 20th season

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