Author: Bill Davenport

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Artists! Get paid to do what you love.

Artists! You’ve just spent a week installing your show at a nonprofit art space and you realize that everyone helping you, from the director down […]

Artists! Get paid to do what you love.

Top Five Nov. 13, 2014

Or, for those of you seeking a more nuanced, text-based dialectic: 1. Through the Lunchbox: Selected Works by Paul Kittelson One Allen Center Gallery, Houston […]

Top Five Nov. 13, 2014

Top Five Nov. 6, 2014

Or for those of you who prefer to cut to the chase: 1. Vertebral Honorees: Haveron, Lee, and Roberts Pump Project Art Complex, Austin October […]

Top Five Nov. 6, 2014

Maker Faire

I’m not that interested in radio-controlled drone helicopters, high school robotics projects, or 3D printers. What interested me at last weekend’s Mini Maker Faire were […]

Maker Faire

Right Here, Right Now: Debra Barrera

Debra Barrera: Avalon As befits a young artist putting together her first museum show, which is also her second solo show, Debra Barrera gives it […]

Right Here, Right Now: Debra Barrera

Right Here, Right Now: Nathaniel Donnett

Nathaniel Donnett’s big, dimly lit black room is populated with objects heavy-laden with symbolism. Ominous and funerary. From either end of the oblong chapel-like space, […]

Right Here, Right Now: Nathaniel Donnett

Blanton Gets Digital with Koven Smith

Interactive technology is the new museum arms race, and the Blanton Museum in Austin has appointed museum-tech expert Koven Smith as to the new post […]

Blanton Gets Digital with Koven Smith

New Texas Art Book Debuts in New Mexico Today!

Texas Abstract: Modern/Contemporary, a new picture book featuring the works of 33 abstract painters working in Texas debuts today—in New Mexico! Published by SF Design […]

New Texas Art Book Debuts in New Mexico Today!

James Buss at Hello Project

Quiet, poetic, intimate — It occurs to me that paintings* like these fill the void left in people’s lives by the absence of books. James […]

James Buss at Hello Project
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