Events

Austin Events

Sina Najafi

George Washington Carver Museum and Cultural Center
Thursday, March 11, 7pm

Arthouse Visiting Lecturer Series presents Sina Najafi. Born in Iran and raised in England, Sina Najafi has made a name for himself in the international art world with a variety of innovative curatorial and publishing projects. Most notable is Cabinet magazine which he co-founded almost ten years ago in Brooklyn and for which he continues to serve as Editor-in-Chief. For more information about Najafi and the event, click here.

Jeff Peachey

UT School of Information
Thursday, March 11 6:30-8 pm

Jeff Peachey, a bookbinder and conservator from New York, will present the annual Mim Watson Lecture in the Book Arts. His topic will be: A Future for Book Conservation at the End of the Mechanical Age. Click here for more information about the event and be sure to check out his blog.

MURAL

Austin Art + Music Partnership
Saturday, March 6, 8pm

Ten Pounds To The Sound presents The MURAL Trio. Following a Houston performance at Houston's Rothko chapel, this will be MURAL's first Austin show. Kurt Newman with his trio, Vic Firth and the Lutherans, will also be playing. Doors open at 7:30pm, show starts at 8. $8-15 sliding scale admission.

Jimmy Kuehnle

Start point: 1st and Congress
Friday, March 12th, 12pm

Performance artist, Jimmy Kuehnle, continues his inflatable suit performance tour down into Texas. Kuehnle, known for wearable inflatable suits and public performances will make performance treks through the city. In order to widen the audience beyond the gallery and to continue his mission of connecting with other people, Kuehnle will have performances in San Antonio, Austin, Houston and Dallas. Click here to watch him in action.

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