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Reinventing Texas

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Produced annually by the Texas Panhandle Heritage Foundation, “Texas” is the best-attended outdoor history drama in the nation. Though it debuted 50 years ago, its depiction of life in the Texas Panhandle represents a romanticized version of our history that, in some ways, hasn’t changed.

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The Observer Review: Huizache #4

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Huizache, four years into its run, continues to provide a glimpse into the fault lines of identity, presenting people who struggle to find their way in the world but continue to fight, resilient in their own struggles. You may have a lot more in common with them than you think.

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Zoe Leonard’s Camera Obscura Turns Marfa Inside Out and Upside Down

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“100 North Nevill Street” features a 6-inch lens, installed in one of the building’s walls, that casts an inverse image of the exterior landscape across the interior of the warehouse-like space. Because the image is a real-time projection of the external environment, ever-changing patterns of light and shadow, not to mention clouds and cars, keep the distorted image in constant motion.

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