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EAST Shifts

The East Austin Studio Tour is arguably the city’s largest art event when you add up the number of participating artists, the audience and the footprint of the two-weekend self-guided free tour.... | Read More

Zine Fest Houston Returns to Lawndale

Zines aren’t new, and neither are zinefests, but many people haven’t heard of either. Zines are self published “magazines” and can be about literally any subject and in any medium. ... | Read More

Zine Fest Houston Returns to Lawndale

Zines aren’t new, and neither are zinefests, but many people haven’t heard of either. Zines are self published “magazines” and can be about literally any subject and in any medium. ... | Read More

Houston Cinema Arts Festival at Ten

Consider the Houston Cinema Arts Festival (HCAF), this year celebrating its tenth anniversary, and Richard Herskowitz, its artistic director. ... | Read More

Sculpture Month Houston Spreads Out Beyond the Silos

In 46 venues, sculpture at its most expansive will be on view through Dec. 1.... | Read More

Steve Parker’s Surround Sounds

For his Tito’s Prize-winning exhibition, the Austin artist creates cacophonous new sculpture... | Read More

Join The Chanclas Squad: Dallas Artist Giovanni Valderas Runs For City Council

How much can art do? In a way, this question animates the work of many artists whose work is socially and politically engaged. ... | Read More

REVIEW: ‘Swimming While Drowning’ at Stages

Ah, young love, that time in life when two star-crossed lovers might feel they exist in a world to themselves or the whole world is out to pull them asunder. ... | Read More

Art for the Crowd: Luminaria Layers History in San Antonio

“My biggest take away from last year was that I didn’t get to experience everything,” says Kathy Armstrong, executive director of Luminaria. ... | Read More

line upon line Celebrates Percussion Icons

Less than a century has gone by since a composer first had the brainstorm of creating a piece solely for percussion. ... | Read More
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