Issue #184
Hall of Mirrors February 24, 2012


Austin Events

A Conversation of Printmaking

Visual Arts Center
Saturday, February 25, 2- 4pm

Against the backdrop of the New Prints 2011 exhibition, a selected panel will participate in a conversation about the fine art print. Moderated by UT's Ken Hale and Leonard Lehrer and held in conjunction with Printmaking Convergence project, the discussion will feature printmakers Bill Hall, Miguel Aragón and others.

Art Night Austin

Participating Venues
Saturday, February 25, 7-10pm
Admission: $75

Art Alliance Austin's most popular fundraiser returns in 2012 and guarantees a one-of-a-kind, feel good experience. Attendees will venture through premier downtown and West Austin galleries and temporary art spaces paired with local favorite food spots, for a sampling of Austin culture at its finest.

16mm: Experimental films in response to Dubforms

Visual Arts Center
Wednesday, February 29, 6:30pm

Join the VAC for a special screening of four 16 mm films selected in response to San Antonio-based artist Justin Boyd’s exhibition. The four films focus on the medium specific properties of cinema, specifically the nature, properties, and functions of the camera, film strip, and screen.

A bold, beautiful benefit for Women & Their Work

The home of Honorary Hosts, Karen and Rick Hawkins
Saturday, April 14, 8-11pm

Get your art on at an evening of high style, delectable edibles and drinks, a silent art auction and intriguing entertainment.

Houston Events

Artist Talk

Lawndale Art Center
Friday, March 9, 6pm

Jim and Linda Post, Chuy Benitez, Emily Peacock, and Randall McCabe.

The Asia Society Texas Center Opening

Asia Society Texas
April 12 - April 15

The Asia Society Texas Center opens its new headquarters in the heart of Houston’s
Museum District with a four-day celebration April 12-15, 2012.

Dallas Events

Artist Talk and Image Presentation

The McKinney Avenue Contemporary
Friday, March 9, 6:30pm

Ian F. Thomas and Jon Shumway.

Marfa Events

A Free Bookmaking Workshop

Marfa Book Company
Sunday, February 26, 1–4pm

Participants will be introduced to a number of binding methods, paper folding, and printing techniques and use a variety of materials to produce their own books, zines, journals, and notepads. No previous experience is necessary and all materials will be supplied. Children age 8 and younger are welcome with an adult companion.

Community dinner at the Capri,followed by a performance by R. Luke Dubois and Bora Yoon.

Ballroom Marfa
Friday, March 2, 8:30pm

After the opening reception of Data Deluge is a community dinner at the Capri followed by a live performance by conceptual new media artist, programmer and performer R. Luke Dubois and multi-instrumentalist, composer and performer Bora Yoon, both based in New York. The duo will perform an experimental work that is rooted in the live shaping of digital information.

Exhibition Walk Through

Ballroom Marfa
Saturday, March 3, 2pm

Walk through Data Deluge with the artists:Rebeca Bollinger, Jon Brunberg, Anthony Discenza, Hans Haacke, Scott Hug, Loren Madsen, Michael Najjar and Adrien Segal.

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