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Oil paintings depicting imagined southwestern landscapes.
Deborah Hay and six other dancers perform her site-specific work Richmond Hall at the museum’s permanent Dan Flavin installation. Performances at Noon and 3 p.m.
The MAC and The Writer’s Garret present Spin Off, a series of multidisciplinary panel discussions about contemporary art.
An exhibition of works in two parts at N space and Co-Lab Project space. Hanging limp or connected to one another, the paintings look for [...]
Written and directed by artist Keren Cytter, Show Real Drama is based on the lives of two of her actors who decide to write and [...]
A Look Back at 27 Films from the first six years of CC7D, presented in three “flights” throughout the day. Tickets: $4 for one ‘flight’ [...]
Prints by satirist William Hogarth from his series Marriage à la Mode, A Rake’s Progress, and Industry and Idleness, and others.
Villanueva’s mega solo show in tandem with The State Fair of Texas, with additional works by Eamon Ore-Giron, Alexander Di Julio, and the late Dennis [...]
Sculptural works and wall pieces from the late 90′s that have seldom or never been seen in San Antonio will be shown with several new [...]
A juried group show by Austin Art Connections, “a state-of-the-art gallery operating out of an art collector’s home” in Austin, Texas. RSVP online for the [...]
Current work by six alumni of the TWU graduate painting program, curated by Professor Gary Washmon. Featuring Penny Bisbee, Mark Collop, Tim Harding, Sunny Jacquet, [...]
The first ever Austin appearance by the critically acclaimed Canadian experimental electronic musician. Opening the show is local composer Cory Allen. Presented by the Austin [...]
During the mid-twentieth century there were just a handful of artists exploring Modernist approaches to making sculpture in in North Texas. One of those pioneers [...]
In Carol Benson’s paintings the house, bowl and cocoon forms symbolize containment, security and fortitude, but the artist allows for various interpretations of the works.
Davis’ film takes you on a journey through HIV ravaged Malawi, one of the worlds most beautiful, but poorest nations. Reception from 12-1, screening at [...]
A collaborative installation by UTD faculty members and artists Thomas Riccio and Frank Dufour combines digital media with site-specific design to create an existential drama [...]
“Dorothy Hood’s paintings are so easy to love that they actually become difficult for the viewer to truly understand.”
For his first solo museum exhibition, Coolquitt will recombine 60 discrete sculptures and tableaux made between 2006 and 2011 into a site-specific installation. A illustrated [...]