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Two American immigrants photograph their multinational experiences.
Selected works in video, photography, drawing and sculpture revolving around the idea written by Thomas Wolfe, “You can never go home again”; that memory, time, [...]
Austin-based collective Lakes Were Rivers re-envisions images from the Harry Ransom Archive, benefiting Pastelegram, and including a performance by Lakes Were Rivers member Barry Stone, [...]
The exhibition will feature indoor and outdoor installations that range from mixed media paintings and sculptures, to videos and a collaborative program with Ballet San [...]
Figures hover in transparent lace costumes amid pastoral scenes adorned with botanical and faunal companions.
HCCC’s second annual free community celebration featuring hands-on craft activities, demonstrations by local artists, refreshments, garden tours, and CraftTexas 2012, a juried exhibition featuring outstanding [...]
Sculptures seem to multiply into existence, invading the surrounding spaces of kitchens, living rooms, patios, and landscapes.
The second installment in a three-part exhibition series featuring a selection of work by faculty artists from the Department.
Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry is a 2012 documentary film about Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei, directed by American filmmaker Alison Klayman. Free for members, [...]
Sculptor and painter David Adickes and contemporary painter Justin Garcia will exhibit their newest works at Sculpturworx, Adickes’ studio and gallery.
The MAC and The Writer’s Garret present Spin Off, a series of multidisciplinary panel discussions about contemporary art.
New ceramic sculptures.
Faber’s paintings undergo a continual process of editing and refining, retaining something of their past through the variety of built up layers. Barren muted spaces [...]
54 pieces curated from several hundred works available.
The first exhibition by Guest Curator and Interim Program Director, Fairfax Dorn, selecting works from the Linda Pace Collection to address issues of form and [...]
The 9th annual South Texas Photo Contest, sponsored annually by 1st Community Bank and the art of the Tegardens, a local family, all of whom [...]
Sculptures and installations draw inspiration from architecture, urban construction sites, and an array of found objects.
A self-initiated healing process, resembling rituals from Southern Louisiana culture, exposes the spectrum of emotions, rituals, and repetitious behaviors derived from obsessive compulsive tendencies, and [...]