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Austin artist, Gerardo Arellano, blends expressionism and pop art to create what he calls "Border Wave" -- a style of imagery that is influenced by life on both sides of the U.S. and Mexican border.
Calling himself a “global citizen”, Prakash Mohandas says the goal of his dance company is to foster understanding between people and cultures. “If people are able to come dance with each other and have fun with each other, that breaks…
The Austin Community Steelband is working to help low-income children make music with the steel pan.
At Austin Samba School, students are dressed in American-flag cowboy outfits and dancing samba. And class has just begun.
Composer Nathan Felix was living in Los Angeles when he decided to write a piece for six pianos played at once. The catch? He doesn't play the piano.
Step into the writer's room for Esther's Follies, and you'll likely find them singing around a table about the Supreme Court and 2016 presidential election.
In Austin, 14 artists have come together to offer an immersive art experience with Strange Pilgrims, a large-scale group exhibition with experiential art at multiple venues.
The Barrio Writers program began in 2009 with small workshops at El Centro Cultural de Mexico in Santa Ana, Ca., to give teenagers a voice to speak out on the issues they normally would not address in a classroom.
Featuring larger-than-life creatures powered by pedals, Austin Bike Zoo is a one-of-a-kind blend of puppetry and cycling.
An exhibit at the University of Texas in Austin asks viewers to look at skateboarding as a process of creation.
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