Last week’s opening was—well, as you can see above—amazing. (Elizabeth White’s Labor: What We’ve Done for Money and Polly Yale’s, Danielle Chenette’s, Sara Bell, and Elliott Junkyard’s collaborative Wall of Infinite Variables visible above.)
With three ongoing projects, four performance works, two collaborative installations, and a band, there was definitely enough to do. (Over 50 process works, from Lauren Weinstein, Nia King, MariNaomi, Lindsey Smith, and Delia Jean visible here.)
Texas State Senator Leticia Van de Putte got a shout-out in the Wall of Infinite Variables for her work earlier in the week following Senator Wendy Davis’ filibuster of SB5.
Lyra Hill’s very creepy and extremely good Go Down.
Why libraries are important, EVERYWHERE, in case you didn’t already know. (Fireplace by Lindsey Smith, Delia Jean, and Fran Syass.)
Folks filling out Sentimental, which was probably difficult to do with all the performances.