A look at the radical and healing work of Cauleen Smith, whose piece Light Up Your Life (For Sandra Bland) was recently acquired by the Blanton Museum.
Courtney Thomas examines the parallels between the recent election of Joe Biden and that of Abraham Lincoln.
Details about the 2016 whistle blower from an interview with her mother, attorney, and experimental theatre artist Tina Satter, who put her interrogation onstage.
Filmmaker Juan Pablo González reflects on location, community, and agricultural economies in Central Mexico in his first ever gallery show at UT’s VAC.
Lily Cox-Richard’s exhibition at the Blanton Museum draws on the W. J. Battle collection of plaster casts, reworking the ancient models to contradict their long accepted whiteness.