Monthly Archives: January 2013

Look to the Left, Wendy Wagner’s Solo Show Reception – Enjoyed by All, Including Small Animals

A great time was had by all this Thursday evening for the wonderfully-received opening of Wendy Wagner’s show Look to the Left. The gallery was aflutter as viewers of Wagner’s most recent body of work navigated about and took in … Continue reading

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GTT ★ – W

GTT ★ – Wendy Wagner in the Times! yay. Opening Thurs. Jan. 24, 6-8pm @WTWgallery

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Seek and find the art

The salons, the apartments and the alley ways. The cozier (well, and not cozy at all) places that remind us that art should be a totally normal part of our lives, existing in the nooks and crannies of the city … Continue reading

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WT&W’s solo show True Falsetto by the artist Lauren Kelley ends THIS Thursday, January 17th

If you haven’t already seen Lauren Kelley’s show, come out today through Thursday to see it! Glasstire’s Katie Geha interviewed Lauren about True Falsetto and you can read the interview here. To view Lauren’s recent multi-media works check out her website.

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Performances from far and near flourish in Austin today and in the weeks to come!

First and foremost, if you’ve got some time on your hands this weekend, and you would like to experience something cultural and quite beautiful to boot, you should mosey on over to the Blanton Museum to watch Tibetan Buddhist monks … Continue reading

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Trapped in the closet: Frida Kahlo’s closet unlocked after 58 years

Casa Azul, the former home of Frida Kahlo now a museum dedicated to her life and work, recently opened Kahlo’s closet which had remained locked since her death in 1954.  A waft of perfume and cigarette smoke greeted the museum … Continue reading

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