At Sweet Pass Sculpture Park, Brook-Lynne Clark finds signs of her life on the Blackland Prairie in Big Tex is Burning, which tracks her relationship with embedded histories of Dallas.
Kinfolk House’s entry to social practice art is meant to investigate community, culture, and isolation in the venue’s neighborhood of Polytechnic Heights and beyond in Fort Worth.
Morgan Barnard is an experimental saxophonist and installation artist using interactive light play to express actualities of the land.
A native of Albuquerque’s South Valley, Eric J. Garcia imbues political art with personal experience.
Nature prevails through a young man’s dreams in Pink Narcissus and its way-making precursor, Fireworks, to be screened together at No Name Cinema’s November program officially announced today.
Emerging choreographer Alexandra Honchell’s journey from company dancer to independent artist is reuniting her mind with her body.
A guide to arthouse film, festival one-offs, and screening series across the Southwest in Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Dallas, Oklahoma City, and Denver.
Suzanne Bocanegra’s video installation Valley at the Blanton Museum in Austin casts eight famous women artists in a reenactment of Judy Garland’s wardrobe test for Valley of the Dolls.
Dallas artist Christian Cruz depicts the value of human interaction in a society taking inventory after so much loss and social reckoning.
Texas artist Xxavier Edward Carter uses the anonymized debris of financial transactions and sales pitches as his canvases for the debut exhibition at Cluley Projects.