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Using Xochi Solis’ exhibition as a backdrop, the Project Space of Lawndale will be transformed into a market for your surplus LP’s and excess 45′s. [...]
New paintings reflect the influence of both demolition sites and ancient ruins.
Culver and Williams position their work in the same space to alter its meaning. The exhibition will function as a generative act, taking the separate [...]
Radio Kaduna is a live performance with video that explores the meanings of true love within a Muslim-Christian household in pre-independence Nigeria. Presented in conjunction [...]
McCollom’s minimal paintings on paper and wall sculpture explore solipsistic thinking as it relates to the art object.
A fun-filled night at Longview Museum of Fine Arts where every corner of the museum will be filled with exciting and fun things to do. [...]
The fourth in a series of monthly, grassroots, pop-up street art shows emphasizing local, regional, and national graffiti, street art, and contemporary urban artists. Featuring [...]
The VAC presents an episode of Screening Room, a 1970s television series that aired in Boston, invited independent filmmakers to screen and discuss their work, [...]
Tesla explores issues of race, gender, slavery and previous societies by juxtaposing found objects, organic materials with historic or self-authored texts. Continuously challenging the viewer [...]
The song cycle Deep Sky Objects, with music composed by Sebastian Currier and poetry by Sarah Manguso, weaves a futuristic romance . Two live performances [...]
Informal narratives by community representatives as they share the role of tradition as a cultural strategy in creating a sense of home in a new [...]
Michael Govan, director of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, will speak on the work of Michael Heizer at the inagural Marion Barthelme Lecture, [...]
Experience the beauty of Texas Impressionism.
Liu’s time and process based installation using thread, paper, incense, wood, salt, and water, explores cultural overlaps.
New Century Modern, co-curated by School of Art and Design Professor Michel Conroy and Gallery Director Mary Mikel Stump, brings together the ceramic art of [...]
Otis Ike and The Joanna Gallery Present: MARDI GRAS – An Epiphany of Anal Beads with the World Famous CHRISTEENE!!!
An exhibition devoted to the unholy debauchery of Mardi Gras. Bring your camera and blackmail your friends. Drink until you can’t walk. Have sex in [...]
DC’s big party, featuring visuals by current artist DZINE, house dj Derrick Carter, and a display by the Lowrider Car Clubs of Dallas. Tickets $50, [...]
A model pavilion made by Chinese artisans that demonstrates traditional Chinese carving and fine furniture techniques. No nails were used to build this model of [...]
Folky portraits of presidents, popular figures, magazine models, and more on wooden blocks.
100 works by the prolific ceramic artist tracing his sculptural practice of more than 50 years, in a gallery designed by acclaimed architect Frank O. [...]