"The Work" raises important questions about masculinity and violence, but the film’s ties to a controversial men’s movement cloud the picture. Read More
A dance performance at the Asia Society marks the 75th anniversary of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s executive order authorizing World War II internment camps.
A dance performance at the Asia Society marks the 75th anniversary of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s executive order authorizing World War II internment camps. Read More
How activism, art and architecture are bringing the shadowy immigrant detention system into clearer view
“These are public institutions,” Lopez says. “It's taxpayer money. And it's immigration — a national issue. But it's not something that we're having the kind of access to, even just finding out how it's running and how it's working, that we should.” Read More
Jeff Nichols' new film takes a quiet, deeply personal approach to telling a political story.
Jeff Nichols' new film about the couple behind Loving v. Virginia takes a quiet, deeply personal approach to telling a political story. Read More
Dallas artist Sedrick Huckaby’s new work portrays the grief of incarceration for black men and their families.
Dallas artist Sedrick Huckaby’s new work portrays the grief of incarceration for black men and families, exploring the trappings of race and fatherhood. Read More
In its 55-year history, UT-Austin's visual arts MFA program has seen seven black graduates. A new gallery is highlighting their work this summer. Read More
The everyday struggles of a San Antonio abortion clinic services director are at the heart of the acclaimed documentary 'Trapped.'
San Antonio clinic director Marva Sadler is at the center of an acclaimed new documentary tracking anti-abortion laws' effects on providers and patients. Read More
Revisiting 'Paris, Texas' — the film that made nowhere hip.
'Paris, Texas' invented a certain flavor of Texas cool, an updated take on the archetypes of the state (men wandering out of the desert, trailer-park romance, drive-up banks and neon roadside diners) that appealed to cultured outsiders. Read More