Kinetic Storyteller: A Conversation with Charles O. Anderson
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Kinetic Storyteller: A Conversation with Charles O. Anderson

Charles O. Anderson is an associate professor of African Diaspora Dance Studies and the Head…

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Maximizing Minimalism
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Maximizing Minimalism

Window into a Texas Icon: Holland Taylor brings <em>Ann</em> to Life at the ZACH
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Window into a Texas Icon: Holland Taylor brings Ann to Life at the ZACH

Holland Taylor grew up to be a successful actress, not a successful politician, and she…

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Compose It: How Graham Reynolds became Austin’s go-to composer for theater, dance and film
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Compose It: How Graham Reynolds became Austin’s go-to composer for theater, dance and film

Even if you’re unfamiliar with Graham Reynolds’ name, you’ve probably heard his work — he…

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The Next Step for Austin Dance: Austin Dance Festival Celebrates Texas Artists
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The Next Step for Austin Dance: Austin Dance Festival Celebrates Texas Artists

Before the Live Music Capital of the World got its very own dance festival, Kate…

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Free & Fabulous: Fusebox Festival Promotes Idea Exchange Across Disciplines and Borders
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Come As You Are
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Come As You Are

The Poetry of Performance
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The Poetry of Performance

First-Hand: <em>Shakespeare in Print and Performance</em> at the Harry Ransom Center
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First-Hand: Shakespeare in Print and Performance at the Harry Ransom Center

In 1616, William Shakespeare was buried at Holy Trinity church, Stratford-Upon-Avon. A prayer was inscribed…

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Curating in Texas
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Curating in Texas

Life Machine
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Life Machine

Identity through Experience
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Identity through Experience

Almost Nothing
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Almost Nothing

Not Your Average Conductor: A Visit with Austin Symphony’s Peter Bay
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Not Your Average Conductor: A Visit with Austin Symphony’s Peter Bay

Peter Bay became Music Director and Conductor of the Austin Symphony Orchestra in 1998.

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Kevin McNamee-Tweed
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Kevin McNamee-Tweed

Show Up:  Donald Moffett
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Show Up: Donald Moffett

This fall, Austin’s Blanton Museum of Art is presenting a two-part installation of newly acquired…

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Sound and Silence
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Sound and Silence

Elizabeth McDonald:  I Only Know Plenty
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Elizabeth McDonald: I Only Know Plenty

Elizabeth McDonald is a fascinating artist in possession ofa mind full of the most wild…

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Kathy Dunn Hamrick Explores The Road More Complicated
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Kathy Dunn Hamrick Explores The Road More Complicated

Austin-based modern dance choreographer Kathy Dunn Hamrick knew it was time to take the road…

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The Los Outsiders: A Curatorial Collective with a community activist flair
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APOLOGYTOTIME by Mark Johnson
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APOLOGYTOTIME by Mark Johnson

Co-Lab Project’s N Space recently broke its short sabbatical to open APOLOGYTOTIME by Mark Johnson…

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Moving & Stillness
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Moving & Stillness

Listening, Grand Narratives and Hyperlocality
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Flat Earth Folded
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Flat Earth Folded

Better Late Than Never
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Better Late Than Never

Dancing Toward Home: A’lante Flamenco Explores Displacement
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Dancing Toward Home: A’lante Flamenco Explores Displacement

Dance and displacement. These two themes merge in A'lante Flamenco's Desplazados, which runs from April…

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‘Wildly Strange’ at The Blanton Museum
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‘Wildly Strange’ at The Blanton Museum

A Farewell to the Y Chromosome: Michelle Ellsworth Returns to the Fusebox Festival
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A Farewell to the Y Chromosome: Michelle Ellsworth Returns to the Fusebox Festival

Michelle Ellsworth is performing her latest outrageous opus, Preparation for the Obsolescence of the Y…

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Between Digital and Analog
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Between Digital and Analog

Free Ranging Art in Austin: Fusebox Expands to thinkEAST
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Free Ranging Art in Austin: Fusebox Expands to thinkEAST

In Austin, from April 1-12, art’s not only in the air, it’s also taking over…

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Street Credibility
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Street Credibility

Installation view, Tom Sachs: Boombox Retrospective 1999–2015, The Contemporary Austin – Jones Center, Austin, 2015.…

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Beyond Museum Pieces
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Beyond Museum Pieces

The Painted Void
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The Painted Void

Show Up: Orna Feinstein
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Show Up: Orna Feinstein

For Feinstein, ‘natural selection’ occurs when she reaches a “fork in the road,” and chooses…

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Listening to the 1960s
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Cautious Optimism in Austin
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Cautious Optimism in Austin

Once Gracefully Travels from Film to Stage
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Once Gracefully Travels from Film to Stage

I was hesitant walking into the Winspear Opera House on opening night of Once, the…

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New Name Big Hopes
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New Name Big Hopes

Emily Fleisher Astro-Turf
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Emily Fleisher Astro-Turf

The nature of the [b]EAST
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The nature of the [b]EAST

Image above courtesy of Big Medium. Is this the last year to see Austin’s wild…

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