Archive for the ‘Local Events’ Category

Art News: Local Artist Joe Garcia III of History Written in Art to Exhibit in Austin

By Liz Lopez   Sources: Joe Garcia III, Facebook Joe Garcia III (History Written In Art) will be in attendance at an art show tomorrow, Thursday, June 14th from 6pm – 9pm at Little Mexico Restaurant. Explore the exhibit that will be filled with paintings of cultural art, Chicano family art, sugar skulls and a variety of his other […]

Theater News: Most Awarded Musical of 2015 “An American in Paris” to play in Austin May 30 – June 3

By Liz Lopez Source: Broadway Across America, Lexus Broadway in Austin Lexus Broadway in Austin presented by Texas Performing Arts offers “An American In Paris,” the most awarded new musical of 2015 and winner of four Tony Awards®, at the Bass Concert Hall for a one week engagement starting Wednesday, May 30 through Sunday, June 3rd. […]

Cine Las Americas 2018 News: Film Festival Award Winners

By: Liz Lopez Source: Cine las Americas Cine Las Americas announced the award winners of the 21st annual Cine Las Americas International Film Festival (CLAIFF21), bringing an end to five film and event-filled days celebrating the work of Latinx, Ibero-American, and American Indigenous filmmakers. CLAIFF21 concluded with announcements of the winners, presented by festival director […]

Film News: SXSW Documentary “Garry Winogrand: All Thing Are Photographable” to be featured at Austin Public Library

      By Liz Lopez Source: SXSW and Austin Public Library Friends Foundation, Library Foundation     The Austin Public Library Friends Foundation is host of a presentation and discussion of Garry Winogrand’s life and work that will include author Geoff Dyer discussing a selection of Winogrand photographs based on passages from his recently published […]

Noticias de cine: Festival internacional de Cine las Americas se ofrece del 2 al 6 de mayo en Austin

Por Liz Lopez Llega el día del festival de cine muy anticipada que ofrece la organización Cine las Americas en la ciudad capitalina de Texas. Por cinco días se ofrecerán cortos y largometrajes ambos en inglés y español de varias ciudades de EE.UU. igual que al nivel internacional.