Prentiss Douthit’s new book is a coffee table masterpiece offering a glimpse into what life looks like when viewed through the lenses of light and love.
Karin Carlson has been producing Dance Nature/Nature Dance for eight nonconsecutive years, and this year's version was beautifully unique.
The Jigglewatts performed Starry Soiree, an erotic stripping to music, on November 7th show at the Sterling Events Center as one of a monthly series.
Michael Ray Charles's "The Artist as Archivist" exhibit potently demonstrates the artist's unwavering ability to confront a horrific past.
Chamacos Dance Company excels at technique and expression with a dose of high-octane athleticism that Austin’s dance community desperately needs.
Artist Vy Ngo’s show The IN Between deftly addresses the topic of moving to a foreign land in search of a better life but grappling with how to adapt to this new place.
Dance Nation: brilliantly written, flawlessly executed -- if you’re only going to attend one theatrical production this year, this should be it.
The Dance Salon: Solo Show produced by Ready/Set/Go! was one of Austin’s most important, inspiring and downright beautiful dance shows this year.
Walking into Jeffrey Gibson’s exhibition at the Blanton Museum one is greeted by wildly exuberant displays of beadwork assemblages that beg to be touched.
Link & Pin's newest exhibit, Go Figure, features the work of six Austin figurative painters with paintings expressing beauty during chaotic times.