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Power Surge: Christopher Blay’s Solo Exhibition at Austin’s Big Medium

Language is everywhere,” says Christopher Blay, artist, art critic, and newly appointed chief curator at Houston Museum of African American Culture.

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Power Surge: Christopher Blay’s Solo Exhibition at Austin’s Big Medium

Language is everywhere,” says Christopher Blay, artist, art critic, and newly appointed chief curator at Houston Museum of African American Culture.

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Dancing on a Lake and Other Pandemic Miracles

If 2020 into 2021 was the ultimate annus horribilis, the year really became the worst of times for that most ephemeral and impermanent of arts, live performance.

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Connecting Across Disciplines: Vicki Meek Texas Artist of the Year

Getting in touch with one’s heritage is something of an American pastime.

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Connecting Across Disciplines: Vicki Meek Texas Artist of the Year

Getting in touch with one’s heritage is something of an American pastime.

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Straight to the Top: AT&T Performing Arts Center’s Elevator Project returns

Now in its 7th season, AT&T Performing Arts Center’s Elevator Project is still an excellent launch-pad for the unique.

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Reflecting the Community: Fort Worth Opera’s Diamond Anniversary Season

In time, a diamond is created. Incidentally, as Fort Worth Opera steps into its 75th season in the wake of a pandemic, the Diamond Anniversary designation is perhaps more appropriate than ever imagined.

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Canvas & Silk at the Meadows

If fashion has a place in a museum, is it just brand promotion, or is it as vital as any other of the decorative arts and architecture?

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Agarita Brings an Immersive Vibe to San Antonio

Bushman and three other San Antonio musicians—pianist Daniel Anastasio, cellist Ignacio Gallego and violinist Sarah Silver Manzke—joined forces in 2018. To symbolize their group’s roots in the city, they dubbed it Agarita, taking the name from a shrub that’s native to San Antonio and the Hill Country.

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Texas Studio: Bennie Flores Ansell

The idea of migration has been with Flores Ansell all her life. “I am evidence of a migration.”

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