Drew Riley is a 29-year-old Austin artist and creator of “Gender Portraits,” a series of paintings accompanied by personal stories of gender nonconformists.
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In collaboration with a walking tour app that uses GPS technology, the producers of Radiolab have created a self-guided walking tour that takes listeners back to 18th-century Austin while telling the story of what many historians have called America’s—and maybe the world’s—first serial killer.
As part of her series “Bitche$ on a Budget,” Austin-based photographer Sarah Lim shows that one cheap way to beat the Texas heat is crashing apartment-complex pools.
Austin natural-burial park Eloise Woods provides a place where people can bury their dead themselves, a place where the memory of the deceased grows into the landscape.
“My Beautiful City Austin” is a humorous, self-depreciating collection of stories following a young architect as he navigates a city whose most pressing threat is its own popularity.
Three-time slam poetry champion, Ebony Stewart, travels around the country using spoken word to confront issues on sexual health, gender and body-image issues.
Community activist Elizabeth Walsh believes there’s room for a lot more more creativity and respect in the gentrification of East Austin.
Seventeen years after its humble start, Anthropos Arts has music teachers on 19 campuses reaching 150 students each semester.
An Austin couple, Sarah Goodfriend and Suzanne Bryant, became the first same-sex couple to be married legally in Texas.
“These murals served a purpose. They were an educational tool … they were informative historically, politically. They were about information that had been neglected and forgotten.”