Help us wish a happy birthday to our multitalented Clint Roth!
Hope you have a wonderful day buddy; can’t wait to see your new work at our studio for EastAustinStudioTour!
You can check his music here.
Our beloved artist, Patricia Carrington will be donating all profits from her 2016 series “Horizontes” to the communities affected by the devastating 8.2 scale earthquake in Oaxaca, Mexico.
You can purchase her gorgeous pieces at a discounted price and make your donation through our website.
As usual, if you live in Austin or Round Rock, we can meet somewhere in the middle for pick up without any extra cost. Thank you! ❤
Listen, I know I’m like a year late with this comment, but for all of you out there that, like me don’t have cable and recur to the glorious HULU as an entertainment provider, the 3rd (1 yr old ) season for one of my favorite TV Shows “You’re The Worst” just dropped (Or I just saw) and it brought me joy, laughter, a bit of anxiety and a revelation on an important matter: “Leg Washing”.
“Leg Washing” you say? YES, that’s what I just said.
On one of the episodes, the leading lady confesses to not regularly washing her legs. The conversation went like this:
“You don’t wash your legs,” asks Jimmy incredulously. “You take showers and you don’t wash your legs?!”
Gretchen responds: “No way, what am I? A sucker? … What am I going to do, like, bend down and wash my legs? Who has the time?”
This conversation was not only funny ’cause it is; but it was extra funny to me since I’ve had a similar conversation with my husband. LOL To Gretchen’s eloquent response I must add the irrefutable fact: “The legs wash themselves” HAHAHAHA. My husband, like Jimmy, remained incredulous as well.
So now I ask you: Is this normal? Like, do you do it too? You do, right? Because I thought it was a perfectly common practice until that conversation in my household hahaha and seeing it on TV made me feel better for sure. Now I want you to chime in and confirm. It is normal not to scrub your legs? It is! Right?
As you well know, we absolutely love Houston and feel for the city that has given us so much; so I wanted fwd some info and let you know of a few ways you can help out in these hard times:
We’re planning on gathering key items and donations, but I’ll let you know through social media when everything is set. In the meantime stay safe, know we love you and we’re here for you!
You know how you open an email and open the newsletter and scan through it, then you click on a link, that takes you to an article that mentions something that seems interesting and you do a search and end up finding some really cool info?
That happened to me today. I ended up at the Dougherty Arts Center Website. I have passed by their building many times without ever wondering what goes on in there and boy am I happy I found their website!
As artists and performers, we are always looking for ways to stretch our money, heck, you don’t need to be an artist or a performer to want to save a buck! That’s why I’m sharing this tidbit of info in case you, like me, had not heard that the DAC now has a space where you can comfortably do your research (without the feeling you have to buy a coffee every hour to justify the use of the free wifi), meet with prospective clients or collaborators, or simply work in a comfortable place that is not your living room.
The Artist Resource Center at the Dougherty Arts Center provides with everything you may need to take care of the planning and production of your next project.
They have the basics: WiFi, charging stations and caffeine plus access to a resource library, TV with HDMI connection and even Adobe Suite. SWEET!
Best of all, you don’t need reservations, memberships or to succumb to the imaginary self-imposed pressure of buying something.
The space is open M-W 10 am to 10 pm and Saturdays 10 am to 2 pm.
For the dancers and actors in the bunch, the DAC also has rehearsal spaces available FOR FREE! For more info, send an email to DACInfo@austintexas.gov or contact the theater coordinator Lucy Miller-Downing at 512-974-4045
If you haven’t had the chance to check out the DAC, don’t waste another minute and hop onto their website or Facebook page. You’ll be amazed at all the other events, services and classes they have available!
Yesterday I had a dream-like experience at the Bartholomew Pool called “My Park, My Pool, My City“, here in Austin, Tx. I’ve heard about the outstanding/unusual pieces by Forklift Danceworks but unfortunately, I’ve never seen it in action until yesterday. MIND BLOWN!
They choreograph, integrate, and create an experience that gave me chills, and made me shear a tear or two; the way they expose the everyday art, the common hero, it’s so simple and gorgeous!
Let this fun piece connect you to your community, inner child and humanity in general, your soul would truly appreciate it!
There are a few tickets left here, make sure you get them!