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Artist Talk with Illustrator Kate Bingman-Burt
Artist Talk with Illustrator Kate Bingman-Burt
Rule 10)  “We’re breaking all of the rules. Even our own rules and how do we do that? By leaving plenty of room for x...
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Artist to Artist Talk with Meena Matocha and Vy Ngo
Artist to Artist Talk with Meena Matocha and Vy Ngo
The Asian American Resource Center hosts both Meena Matochas’ And the Distance Dissolves into Love and Vy Ngos’ Stranger from Home. Both artists have rediscovered...
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Stories To Tell: A Peak into Harry Ransom Centers Private Collection
Stories To Tell: A Peak into Harry Ransom Centers Private Collection
Stories To Tell: Selections from the Harry Ransom Center coincidentally marks the museums 60th anniversary as well as their 60th exhibition since opening in 2003....
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Listening Session with Curator Regina Basha
Listening Session with Curator Regina Basha
What does it mean to be a listener? From the moment Regine Basha was brought into this world, she was culturally immersed in a family...
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#txlege 101 with Stephanie Chairello Noppenberg
#txlege 101 with Stephanie Chairello Noppenberg
Stephanie Chairello Noppenberg, policy analyst by day, comedian by night. At the Jones Center Community Room in the Contemporary Austin Downtown where Noppenberg released insight...
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Posts ‹ Maridad Fine Art — WordPress
Source: Posts ‹ Maridad Fine Art — WordPress
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Artist Talk with Illustrator Kate Bingman-Burt
Artist Talk with Illustrator Kate Bingman-Burt
Rule 10)  “We’re breaking all of the rules. Even our own rules and how do we do that? By leaving plenty of room for x...
Read More
Artist to Artist Talk with Meena Matocha and Vy Ngo
Artist to Artist Talk with Meena Matocha and Vy Ngo
The Asian American Resource Center hosts both Meena Matochas’ And the Distance Dissolves into Love and Vy Ngos’ Stranger from Home. Both artists have rediscovered...
Read More
Stories To Tell: A Peak into Harry Ransom Centers Private Collection
Stories To Tell: A Peak into Harry Ransom Centers Private Collection
Stories To Tell: Selections from the Harry Ransom Center coincidentally marks the museums 60th anniversary as well as their 60th exhibition since opening in 2003....
Read More
Listening Session with Curator Regina Basha
Listening Session with Curator Regina Basha
What does it mean to be a listener? From the moment Regine Basha was brought into this world, she was culturally immersed in a family...
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#txlege 101 with Stephanie Chairello Noppenberg
#txlege 101 with Stephanie Chairello Noppenberg
Stephanie Chairello Noppenberg, policy analyst by day, comedian by night. At the Jones Center Community Room in the Contemporary Austin Downtown where Noppenberg released insight...
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Austin Curator Talk with Katie Robinson Edwards: Mentoring A Muse
Austin Curator Talk with Katie Robinson Edwards: Mentoring A Muse
Charles Umlauf a mentor for Farrah Fawcett and a muse for his traditional style sculpture, found each other in the Art Building of the University...
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Austin Curator Talk with Heather Pesanti: Habitat
Austin Curator Talk with Heather Pesanti: Habitat
The alliance between artist and curator began as a byproduct of Heather Pesantis’ quest to better understand her mothers family history originating in Poland. Where...
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Austin Artist Talk with Valerie Fowler: Nature and Other Stories

Your work is very detailed and site-specific, do you work from photographs? Valerie Fowler: No, but that’s the best part!   On a tightrope between real and surreal, Valerie Fowler balances the inherent energy found in nature and her own experiences within its time in space. A University of Texas …

Austin Art Opening with Elizabeth Chapin: Careful/Uncareful

The work was large and the walls were filled, forcing the viewer to sometimes become uncomfortably close to the work.   Painting with Psyche Elizabeth Chapin’s work embodies personality through the relationships between her models and their surroundings. Some might say objects define a person; through pattern and color, the …

Austin Art Opening with Ana Esteve Llorens: Studies for Future Objects

Is it a painting? Is it an object? Its… its… Its Ana Esteve Llorens. Her opening show at Women&Their Work Gallery is an ensemble of interactive structures with hand woven paintings. Currently working in Austin, Llorens initially visited Austin for an exchange program when she was working on her bachelor’s …

United States Awards Local Austin Gallery Initiative

In recent news the Mexic-Arte Museum has been awarded for its efforts in arts education programs. The Screen It afterschool program for ages 10-17 teaches young adults the methods of screen printing alongside education on making art a possible career. Together with 11 other initiatives, the “Screen it” program will …

Austin Artist Talk with Jacqueline Humphries; Stencils and Florescence

*telephone rings* Humphries: Hello? There has been a fire… Carnival or Museum? After a devastating fire in her studio, all of her previous work had been destroyed. “Good riddance!” Humphries exclaimed. Her previous work was a burden on her creative process so she took the opportunity for a fresh start …