Topic: Art

Unprecedented look into Ed Ruscha’s creative process

June 19, 2018
Ed Ruscha, Pool #2, from the portfolio Pools, 1968; printed 1997. Chromogenic color print, 40.4 x 40.7 cm (image).

Exhibit presents an unprecedented look into Ed Ruscha's creative process

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“The Open Road” is Calling. Where Will It Take You?

Dec. 19, 2017
Stephen Shore “US 97 South of Klamath Falls”

A photography exhibit at the Blanton presents a journey through America’s evolving culture, as viewed on its highways and byways from the 1950s to now.

 

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Art, Not Hate, Has Many Sides

Aug. 24, 2017
Mixed Hands

With hate on the rise, art spaces can be a model for discovery and self-affirmation. 

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Tomás and the Library Lady: Framing an Expert’s Review

March 22, 2016

The discussion of who has the right to speak to what in the theatre field was fresh in my mind when I took my ten-year-old daughter, Genevieve, to see Tomás and the Library Lady at ZACH Theatre in Austin, Texas.

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Use Design to Reimagine Business Once Campus Carry Starts

Jan. 21, 2016
Guns

We must build a more confident, resilient and relevant academy while helping to reshape a culture that is increasingly controlled by divisiveness, fear-mongering and violence.

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