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Trial set for Waco artist accused of Prada Marfa vandalism

October 23rd, 2014

Joe Magano

By JOHN DANIEL GARCIA 

FORT DAVIS – Waco Artist Joseph Magnano, A.K.A. 9271977, who gained notoriety for his alleged “appropriation” of the Prada Marfa installation on March 9, will face the jury at the Jeff Davis County courthouse on Tuesday, November 18 on two state jail felony charges of criminal mischief.

Magnano was …

Prolific wildlife author at Front Street Books Saturday

October 16th, 2014

ALPINE – Front Street Books will host life-long naturalist and prolific author Roland H. Wauer from 6 to 8pm on Saturday, October 18 in the Reading Room.

Wauer has penned his memoirs in the book, My Wild Life: A Memoir of Adventures Within America’s National Parks. For thirty-two years, Wauer’s career took him to eight …

Chinati, Blackwell, Marfa ISD host Día de los Muertos celebration

October 16th, 2014

MARFA – Blackwell School Alliance, The Chinati Foundation, and Marfa ISD will host Día de los Muertos activities throughout the last two weeks of October, culminating in a gathering to celebrate the lives of deceased loved ones with a community altar on Saturday, November 1.

Bertha Zubiate, retired educator from Presidio, will lead many of the …

Ozomatli to celebrate 20 years as a band

October 16th, 2014

(photo by LESLEY BROWN)Asdrubal Sierra and Raul Pacheco

By SARAH M. VASQUEZ

AUSTIN – Music veterans Ozomatli graced the Zilker Tent Stage on Friday, October 3 at this year’s Austin City Limits Music Festival in Austin. The six-piece band from Los Angeles motivated the crowd that crammed underneath the tent to dance while they …

“Our ‘81”: a young artist’s look at the history of Latin American revolutions

October 9th, 2014

(staff photo by JOHN DANIEL GARCIA)Eva Guevara

By JOHN DANIEL GARCIA

MARFA – Alongside iconic and up coming, yet established, artists such as Larry Bell and Zoe Leonard, Chinati Open House Weekend has also historically served as a springboard for young and promising artists to showcase their talent.

The youngest, and possibly most promising, artist …

Sentinel reporter heads to ACL

October 9th, 2014

AUSTIN – Big Bend Sentinel/Presidio International reporter Sarah M. Vasquez is heading to Austin this weekend to cover the Austin City Limits (ACL) Music Festival, featuring over 130 artists in three days.

From hip-hop to garage rock, bands from all over the globe will perform on eight stages at Zilker Park. Bands that have performed on …

Artist Larry Bell revisits glass for improvisational Chinati Weekend special exhibit

Artist Larry Bell revisits glass for improvisational Chinati Weekend special exhibit

October 9th, 2014

By JOHN DANIEL GARCIA

MARFA – For veteran artist Larry Bell, his special exhibition installed at Chinati for open house weekend is a return to form as he revisits working with glass panes, some of which are plated with material that coats the glass, varying the material’s opacity and color.

The placing of these panes, the architecture …

New Ballroom staff has Marfa ties

October 9th, 2014

By JOHN DANIEL GARCIA

MARFA – As Ballroom Marfa enters a new chapter with the hiring of new executive director Susan Sutton, the non-profit art and culture organization will also be welcoming other new faces to its roster.

Marfa resident Katherine Shaughnessy Michael has joined the staff, taking the title of deputy director from Melissa McDonald-Lujan, who …

Ballroom names new executive director

Ballroom names new executive director

October 9th, 2014

Susan Sutton

MARFA – Ballroom Marfa’s board of directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Susan Sutton as its new executive director.

Sutton comes to Marfa after a four-year tenure at Houston’s Menil Collection, where, as assistant curator, she most recently organized A Thin Wall of Air: Charles James (2014), an exhibition exploring …

After SoHo, Judd Foundation sets sights on Marfa

October 9th, 2014

(staff photo by JOHN DANIEL GARCIA)The Judd Foundation architecture studio on North Highland Avenue.

By SASHA von OLDERSHAUSEN

MARFA – In June 2013, the Judd Foundation performed a $23 million restoration of Donald Judd’s former SoHo residence and studio at 101 Spring Street, now open to the public. Following the completion of that project, …

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