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Glasstire 11h
CounterCurrent is coming! The annual performance festival organized by 's Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts has just listed its spring schedule. It runs April 9-14 and is citywide. Get the full info at ๐Ÿ”—
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Glasstire 13h
Hilary Hunt and Arturo Palacios have announced the spring 2019 season for their traveling curatorial project, Deasil. For full details on the seven upcoming projects across the state, see the full news below
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Glasstire 16h
the 2019 announcement is here! Are you excited about the "constant escape" performance, on view for the duration of the festival at ? Or maybe something else? Find a reason to get excited; see the news below:
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Glasstire 18h
@DallasMuseumaArt names Nicole R. Myers Senior Curator of European Art For the full news, see the link below
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Glasstire 20h
If an artist had nearly identical work showing at two nearby art spaces, would you go to both? What about three artists? Read this review of "Monumental I" at by William Sarradet.
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Glasstire Feb 21
Reception ๐Ÿ•บ Judy Youngblood: The Effects of Time and Weather Farmers Branch, Texas Tonight, 6โ€“8 pm
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Glasstire Feb 21
Residency Opportunity: New Orleans, between September 2019 and May 2020 $2500 stipend $2000 materials budget A Studio in the Woods is now accepting applications for Adaptations: Living with Change Residencies, due April 22, 2019
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Glasstire Feb 21
"Aghaโ€™s work reminds us, yet again, that there is no more apt conduit to how we succumb to the allure of both the world and its presentation than via visual art." Read Patricia Mora's review of "Itinerant Shadows" at in Dallas
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Glasstire Feb 21
"If we canโ€™t agree on what beauty is, or how or why it pushes our own buttons, how can we get into the mind of the female bowerbird?" Read Rainey Knudson's Op-Ed on the eternal headscratcher: the logic of beauty in nature, at
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Glasstire Feb 21
Glasstire Top Five for Feb 21, 2019 Brandon Zech and Christina Rees on a Texas-Mexico sound exchange, some disgusting and dark paintings, and a still-new international performance art festival called Experimental Action.
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Glasstire Feb 20
Start your Mardi Gras a little early in Galveston! Join in on a mask-making party with Feb 21, then enjoy a free parade and party hosted by the Galveston Artist Residency. For full details, see below.
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Glasstire Feb 20
Closing and Film Screening: My Barbarian: Double Agency Joann Cole Mitte Gallery I & II Texas State University San Marcos Screening tonight, from 6โ€“6:30 pm
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Glasstire Feb 20
It's the 23rd year for the McNay print fair! ๐ŸŽŠ March 2, 10 amโ€“5 pm March 3 noonโ€“5 pm Held at the McNayโ€™s Leeper Auditorium For a full list of vendors, read the story at
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Glasstire Feb 20
Robert Smithson, the earthwork artist behind Spiral Jetty, had a special relationship with Amarillo ๐ŸŒ€ Read the feature by Natalie Hegert at
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Glasstire Feb 20
The Charles Adams Studio Project in Lubbock has announced its picks for its 2019 CASP residency. Among the four recipients is Glasstire's own Christina Rees, who will conduct research, writing, present lectures, and more. Link below:
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Glasstire Feb 19
Artists impacted by Hurricanes Florence, Harvey, Irma, Maria, and Michael; the 2018 California wildfires; or other events of this nature or scale: The Joan Mitchell Foundation has opened emergency funding to you. See below to apply:
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Glasstire Feb 19
"This piece is a sort of adventure, and yet another reminder of the curious construction of our physical lives." Read Tatiana Ryckman's review of the INTERWOVEN group show at in Austin
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Glasstire Feb 19
Job Listing: Exhibit Specialist ๐Ÿ” Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center Austin, Texas Part time, open to those with and Associates degree in Art History, Art, Museum Science or related field For the full listing, see below
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Glasstire Feb 19
Printmaking Workshops at Burning Bones Press, Houston ๐Ÿ”น Oh My! It's BIG! - Etching With BIG Ground March 29th - 31st, 2019 ๐Ÿ”ธ Air Aqua Acid - Etching With Airbrushed Aquatints April 5th - 7th, 2019
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Glasstire Feb 19
Tonight! The Tuesday Evenings at lecture series presents an artist talk with Brad Tucker. This speaking series always proves to be a thoughtful survey of the state of the arts on a national level. Be sure to make it! ๐Ÿ“… Fort Worth, Texas
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