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Jeanne Claire van Ryzin

Jeanne Claire van Ryzin is the arts critic for the Austin American-Statesman where she has worked since 1999. She covers visual art, theater, dance, music, performance, public art, architecture and just about any combination thereof. Among other commendations, Jeanne Claire has won first place awards for arts criticism from the American Association of Sunday & Features Editors; the Texas Associated Press Managing Editors and fellowships at the USC/Getty Arts Journalism Institute and Columbia University Arts Journalism Program.

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Blanton exhibit reveals lesser-known Warhol works
 “Warhol By the Book” Before he became synonymous with Pop art — before the screen-printed images of Marilyn Monroe and Campbell soup cans, before his studio, known as the Factory, became the locus for a swirl of bohemian artists, Hollywood celebrities, intellectuals and high society — Andy Warhol was a successful and...

Posted: 12 hours ago

“Warhol By the Book” Before he became synonymous with Pop art — before the screen-printed images of Marilyn Monroe and Campbell soup cans, before his studio, known as the Factory, became the locus for a swirl of bohemian artists, Hollywood celebrities, intellectuals and high society — Andy Warhol was a successful and...
Chris Rock live in Austin May 14
 Chris Rock will bring his Total Blackout tour to Austin May 14,

Posted: 2 days ago

Chris Rock will bring his Total Blackout tour to Austin May 14,
Umlauf Museum hires new curator

Posted: 2 days ago

The Umlauf Sculpture Garden and Museum announced today that it has hired Katie Edwards as its new curator, effective Sept. 1. Edwards replaces longtime museum director and curator Nelie Plourde who retired earlier this year after 21 years with the museum. Late last year, community leader Nina Seely joined the museum’s...
11 books for art lovers
 Art books make for graceful gifts. We selected 11 to recommend, many with local ties. The Ransom Center is celebrating photographer Elliott Erwitt with an exhibit that continues through Jan. 1. Nationally recognized fine arts print publisher Flatbed Press gets due reverence with a beautiful overview of its quarter-century of art-making. Rocky...

Posted: 5 days ago

Art books make for graceful gifts. We selected 11 to recommend, many with local ties. The Ransom Center is celebrating photographer Elliott Erwitt with an exhibit that continues through Jan. 1. Nationally recognized fine arts print publisher Flatbed Press gets due reverence with a beautiful overview of its quarter-century of art-making. Rocky...
11 books for art lovers
 Art books make for graceful gifts. We selected 11 to recommend, many with local ties. The Ransom Center is celebrating photographer Elliott Erwitt with an exhibit that continues through Jan. 1. Nationally recognized fine arts print publisher Flatbed Press gets due reverence with a beautiful overview of its quarter-century of art-making. Rocky...

Posted: 5 days ago

Art books make for graceful gifts. We selected 11 to recommend, many with local ties. The Ransom Center is celebrating photographer Elliott Erwitt with an exhibit that continues through Jan. 1. Nationally recognized fine arts print publisher Flatbed Press gets due reverence with a beautiful overview of its quarter-century of art-making. Rocky...