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- Demitasse: “Blue Med…
- Posted 3 days ago
Demitasse, a two piece acoustic group, will be at CentralTrak for a one-night performance of their debut album “Blue Medicine" this Friday the 25th at 7:00! Check out some of their great music and come out Friday to hear the whole album!
- Tête-à-Tête: “VODOU:…
- Posted 1 month ago
On Thursday, March 20th CentralTrak artist-in-residence Jeff Gibbon's will introduce a conversation between Bruce Lee Webb and Kimberly Alexander, two creatives who have a common interest in the practice of Vodou. The spiritual practice of Vodou and the art practice can both imbue objects with great power and meaning. Special guest Bruce Webb has studied occult practices and their relationship to fraternal orders’ ritual, performance and visual art. He has co-authored a book on the subject to be released by University of Texas Press in 2015. The conversation will be followed by a short question and answer session.
- February “Tête-à-Têt…
- Posted 2 months ago
Jeff Gibbons & Stephen Lapthisophon
Date: Thursday February 20, 7PM
Jeff Gibbons & Justin Ginsberg
Date: Thursday February 27, 7PM
In conjunction with the current exhibition Let the Drip From the Ceiling Become an 8 Foot Hole in the Roof CentralTrak will host several Tête-à-Tête interviews to be led by artist Jeff Gibbons. The first discussion will take place on Thursday February 20 featuring Stephen Lapthisophon, multimedia artist, writer, and professor at the University of Texas of Arlington. An additional interview will be held the preceding week, Thursday February 27, with Justin Ginsberg, Gibbons collaborator and co-creator of the artist collective Apophenia Underground. Ginsberg is…
- Next Topic, Feb 6, C…
- Posted 3 months ago
Due to inclement weather and public safety concerns, our Next Topic session scheduled for this evening, Thurs, Feb 6, has been canceled. The panel will be rescheduled for a date soon to be announced.
- Sadie Hawkins: A Ref…
- Posted 3 months ago
Feminism. We’ve been there and done that, right? In the feminist conversation, there is a cycle of denial and frustration. Women are, and have always been, major players in everything from business to political science to art. We know this and tend to use this knowledge to deny the fact that women are subservient in our modern patriarchal society.
In a recent Tête-a-Tête conversation at CentralTrak, Celia Eberle discussed her work with gallerist Cris Worley. Eberle’s work was featured in CentralTrak’s Sadie Hawkins exhibition, a group show curated by Leigh A. Arnold, consisting of women artists whose work focuses on challenging traditional gender expectations,…