Fort Worth Contemporary Arts features the exhibition Housing Edition, a large-scale sculpture installation conceived by Sterling Allen during his residency at ArtPace. Together with eight [...]
Author: Rainey Knudson
Rainey Knudson is the founder and director of Glasstire. After working on a print magazine about Texas art, Knudson launched Glasstire in 2001 as one of the earliest web-only arts journals in the country. Since then, she has built the organization into a regional arts journalism leader that launched a second site, in Southern California, in 2012. She has spoken or written about arts journalism at Emory University, the USC Annenberg School, the National Endowment for the Arts, and other places. She has an undergraduate degree in literature from Rice University and an MBA in entrepreneurship from the University of Texas at Austin. She lives in Houston.
The title- Lecture I: It’s All About Tradition! – is taken from a phrase found on posters displayed in shop windows throughout the neighborhood of [...]
More music! Warner Music Group and Arthouse showcases a multi-media event coinciding with SXSW, centered around Warner Music Group’s artists. The event features live performances [...]
Organized by Domy and Yowie, the celebrity live chat site, to thumb their noses at the corporate megalith that SXSW has become (so there).
Orna Feinstein showcases her new collection of 3D and kinetic monoprints and sculptures. Panton Nemus highlights and juxtaposes the organic and geometric in plants and [...]
International textile artist Magda Sayeg and knitters across Austin transform the Blanton Museum’s Faulkner Plaza into a large-scale, knitted wonderland. All 99 trees in the [...]
Comprised of a four week cycle of installation vignettes, Palatial Hemorrhages is an investigation of “incidental personal topographies; an earnest grandiosity amassed in the nature [...]
In the exhibition Hum, Stone culls photographs from various visits to his hometown of Spring, Texas, including images of the block he grew up on [...]
There’s a lot to like in this Des Moines-based artist‘s pencil drawings. Go see the show.
Highlights from the famed artist colony, featuring works by Augustus Saint-Gaudens (shown) and Maxfield Parrish.
As featured in our Spring Preview: “Remarkably, the work of Austin wedding photographer Bill McCullough is not staged. He brings in additional lighting to achieve his [...]
As featured in our Spring Preview: “As with everything else New Orleansian, the art scene there is wholly unique from the rest of the country. [...]
Smith‘s sculptural use of paint drops goes ropey in her latest extension from the paintings’ surfaces.
This all day festival on the Menil “campus” will feature an indie book festival, a concert at the Rothko chapel and a family drum circle [...]
Three solo exhibitions featuring Laura Jean Lacy, (our blogger) Robert Pruitt, and Angelbert Metoyer, and curated by Phillip E. Collins, retired Chief curator at the [...]
Translucent pulp drawings and circles of handmade paper are installed to suggest our society’s many viruses (from the literal and microscopic, to the metaphorical, mass [...]
d berman celebrates their new location in Wimberley with a group show of Ellen Berman, Malcolm Bucknall, Jeff Dell, Faith Gay, George Krause, Catherine Lee, [...]
Yard Dog marks the release of “Skull Orchard Revisited,” a book of Langford‘s writings & paintings published by Verse Chorus Press, with this show of [...]
We typically don’t post fundraisers (except our own, which we flog shamelessly), but this one in support of Casa Chuck deserves mention. The home of [...]