Wayne Alan Brenner’s Top 10 Arts-Related Things I Enjoyed in 2017
Bold takes on history and art that moved around the city spoke to a growing, changing Austin this year
BY WAYNE ALAN BRENNER, DECEMBER 29, 2017, ARTS

5) DIMENSION GALLERY As if last year’s debut wasn’t enough, Colin McIntyre added his Resonant Lung instrument/music-chamber to the site for concerts, Moya McIntyre revamped nearby Springdale Station for art and events, the gallery hosted astonishing exhibitions (OMG, Alejandra Almuelle and Colby Brinkman), and the outside Paved Garden of massive works grew even larger.”

LINK: https://www.austinchronicle.com/arts/2017-12-29/wayne-alan-brenners-top-10-arts-related-things-i-enjoyed-in-2017/

The Chronicle offers “six recommendations for enjoyable stops along the two weekends of the East Austin Studio Tour.” Check out the Metal Mantis mention.

BY WAYNE ALAN BRENNER, NOVEMBER 8, 2017, 5:00PM, ALL OVER CREATION

Six picks, here.

“Just a few hundred yards away from the EAST’s Canopy epicenter, this compact powerhouse of three-dimensional work features “Sculp-chur,” a group show of unique sculptures packaged to mimic retail presentation, each piece an original artwork presented as if it just came out of a snack-vending machine. The concept and the artists represented here – Colin McIntyreTerra GoolsbyLaura Latimer, and Dana Younger, among others – are more than sufficient to recommend this venue, but. But: There’s also the mind-blowing, oversized brilliance of that permanent Paved Garden surrounding the gallery, and no better time to experience it than now[…]”

READ MORE: https://www.austinchronicle.com/daily/arts/2017-11-08/six-picks-from-that-east-beast/