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12 Dallas venues feature glass works in honor of the Dale Chihuly extravaganza at the Dallas Arboretum. Jordan roth of Ro2 Art has generously listed [...]
An outstanding ceramicist and art educator based in Seattle, Washington. Deb will also present a hands-on workshop, “Explorations in Form,” all day Friday-Sunday, May 18-20th. [...]
Jeff Forster’s Glassell School of Art Intermediate and Advanced Ceramics students, featuring Steve Campbell, Paula Chandler, John Grisaffi, Terry Hagiwara, Larry Murz, Michelle Matthews, and [...]
An open studio event including seven of the larger studio complexes in Deep East Austin: Artpost, The MiLL (Delta Millworks), Big Medium, Bay 6, Pigoata [...]
Pieces resurrected from contemporary cultural debris talk about rebirth, taking perceptions of loss and creating opportunity, in both the physical and ontological realms.
Brooklyn artist Kenneth Parris III accompanied the Merce Cunningham Dance Company on the road in order to document their final tour in drawings. Dancers Marcie [...]
Tamy Ben-Tor’s video-performance, Time and Space featuring a monolog delivered by a fictional artist. Ben-Tor will perform AVNER at the testsite space. Gallery hours for [...]
Rough-hewn carvings glamorize rich outlaws.
Paintings portray the surreal human circus at Houston’s oldest co-op gallery.
Lubbock painter David Lindsay’s large scale shaped oil on canvas works in which architecture shoulders symbolic weight.
The Public Trust’s Small Room will be transformed into a card shop featuring over 200 re-purposed sports individual painted cards, as well as t-shirts, prints, [...]
Jeana Baumgardner and Maggie Kleinpeter met and became friends in New York City in 1998 at Hunter College, and both coincidentally moved to Austin in [...]
The two-day Hybrid Arts Summit explores cross-disciplinary creative practice in Austin, and is produced in partnership with Art Alliance Austin, Big Medium, ‘Bout What I [...]
Will Henry, Jamal Cyrus, and Jeff Williams duke it out for the $30,000 AMOA-Arthouse Texas Prize.
Continues her exploration of light from her recent show at Blue Star art space.
Megan Harrison uses charcoal to create a fragmented and dreamlike world. This exhibition is her MFA Thesis.
Relive the “New Music Parade,” the inspiration for Houston’s first art car parade, through the lens of photographer George Hixson. Fifty percent of the proceeds [...]
Battes MFA Thesis explores the disproven theory of Spontaneous Generation and the association it has with modern cell theory and genetics through ceramic, bronze and [...]
A series of collaborations between performance artists and visual artists curated by resident Danielle Georgiou, each Saturday night April 21-May 19. Tonight: Dallas Neo-Classical Ballet