Archive for October, 2013

Not Clowning Around

Ever since we encountered Jumper Maybach (aka Ben Workman),%26nbsp;we%26rsquo;ve been enamored of this painter and performance artist who%26rsquo;s descended from a famed Corpus Christi clown. Granddad Earl Eugene Readdy first applied the grease paint, tapping a young and impressionable Workman to be his sidekick for volunteer gigs in South Texas. Years later, Workman has stepped into the... | Read More

Not Clowning Around

Ever since we encountered Jumper Maybach (aka Ben Workman),%26nbsp;we%26rsquo;ve been enamored of this painter and performance artist who%26rsquo;s descended from a famed Corpus Christi clown. Granddad Earl Eugene Readdy first applied the grease paint, tapping a young and impressionable Workman to be his sidekick for volunteer gigs in South Texas. Years later, Workman has stepped into the... | Read More

Not Clowning Around

Ever since we encountered Jumper Maybach (aka Ben Workman),%26nbsp;we%26rsquo;ve been enamored of this painter and performance artist who%26rsquo;s descended from a famed Corpus Christi clown. Granddad Earl Eugene Readdy first applied the grease paint, tapping a young and impressionable Workman to be his sidekick for volunteer gigs in South Texas. Years later, Workman has stepped into the... | Read More

New Mix: Death Cab For Cutie, Rhye’s Milosh, Swearin’, More

On this week's edition of All Songs Considered, host Bob Boilen is caught in a funk, and the only cure is copious amounts of saxophones and surf rock. To soothe his ailments, Bob introduces Moon Hooch, a group that was banned from New York City's Bedford Avenue subway stop in Brooklyn due to its danceable squeaks and squawks.

Also on the show: Death Cab For Cutie's Transatlanticism... | Read More

CMJ 2013 WRAP UP

Every fall, hundreds of bands flock to New York City for the annual CMJ Music Marathon, a large festival where independent, new and emerging musicians hope to be discovered. All Songs Considered host Bob Boilen was among the countless journalists, bloggers, college radio DJs, record label reps and others who attempted to navigate the sea of live performances, hoping to find new music to love... | Read More

Art Notes

It%26rsquo;s the heart of the fall season. While the brash and bold Texas Contemporary Fair comes to town, other offerings are more nuanced. Don%26rsquo;t overlook the small splendors of West Coast talent Rachel Phillips%26rsquo; mail art, made from letters from the past, some dating to the 19th century, at Catherine Couturier Gallery (through October 19) %26hellip; Speaking of works on paper,... | Read More

Art Notes

It%26rsquo;s the heart of the fall season. While the brash and bold Texas Contemporary Fair comes to town, other offerings are more nuanced. Don%26rsquo;t overlook the small splendors of West Coast talent Rachel Phillips%26rsquo; mail art, made from letters from the past, some dating to the 19th century, at Catherine Couturier Gallery (through October 19) %26hellip; Speaking of works on paper,... | Read More

Art Notes

It%26rsquo;s the heart of the fall season. While the brash and bold Texas Contemporary Fair comes to town, other offerings are more nuanced. Don%26rsquo;t overlook the small splendors of West Coast talent Rachel Phillips%26rsquo; mail art, made from letters from the past, some dating to the 19th century, at Catherine Couturier Gallery (through October 19) %26hellip; Speaking of works on paper,... | Read More

FRAMED

Explosive (literally) out-of-the-box collage making from Howard Sherman, a UNT grad (and Texas Artists Today talent) who bravely enters another painting world. At McMurtrey Gallery, in "Metaphyscial Batman," opening this Saturday, October 26 through November 27.%26nbsp;

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FRAMED

Explosive (literally) out-of-the-box collage making from Howard Sherman, a UNT grad (and Texas Artists Today talent) who bravely enters another painting world. At McMurtrey Gallery, in "Metaphyscial Batman," opening this Saturday, October 26 through November 27.%26nbsp;

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