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                            • The Grandchildren of the Revolution

                              Shot guerrilla style by director Carlos Montaner, The Grandchildren of the Revolution documents youth culture in Cuba and what the revolution means to the current generation. The Southwest Workers Union and Bihl Haus Arts join forces to screen the film in association with Eric Lane’s Fotoseptiembre exhibition “Havana Now/Habana Hoy.”

                              Category: Film, Documentary
                            • “Whimsical, Magical, Surreal”

                              An apt follow-up to 2013’s “The Photographic Art Of Thomas Dodd,” AnArte’s latest Fotoseptiembre offering unites Dodd with like-minded artists linked by visions of “an otherworldly universe.” Whereas Dodd’s prints combine classical aesthetics and digital practices, Eduardo Berdegué’s works add movement to portraits of market vendors in Bolivia. Immediately arresting, the altered landscapes of Aubra Franklin’s series Lavender Dreams spell out the exhibition’s title while Trish Simonite’s compositions spark dialogues via photographic mashups.

                              Category: Art, Exhibits
                            • "Mixing It Up" 9/18 11:00AM
                               

                              Curated by Deborah Keller-Rihn and Melanie Rush Davis, “Mixing It Up” is a one-stop crash-course in some of San Antonio’s most innovative artists, who experiment in this show with mixed media and photographic images. Given the crazy roster of artists involved, which includes Katie Pell, Juan Miguel Ramos, Kemp Davis, Trish Simonite, Ramin Samandari, Mario Garza, Wesley Harvey, Carra Garza and the curators themselves, this could be anything. Worst-case scenario: The viewer learns a little something about a whole lot of artists at once.  

                            • Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead 2

                               Follow the journey of Joe Cross, who in 2010, went from overweight to healthy and fit via a 60-day juice fast.

                              Category: Film, Documentary
                            • Exhibition Talk:

                              McNay director William J. Chiego highlights connections between paintings in the McNay’s permanent collection and those currently on view in the traveling exhibition “Intimate Impressionism from the National Gallery of Art.”

                              Category: Art
                            • Daedelus
                              Daedelus 9/18 7:00PM
                               

                              Daedelus is an anachronistic dude. With the name of a mythic Bronze Age Greek architect, the sideburns of a 19th-century president and the aesthetic sense of a retrospective futurist, the LA producer isn’t held down to a place in time like the rest of us. Take his recent soundtracking work for the excellent side-scroller Nidhogg, touching on the driving rhythms and ascending, 8-bit lines of classic SNES, while introducing Aphex Twin beats and occult synths to the mix. For Daedelus, trained at the University of Southern California in jazz double bass, this clattering of influence is all in a day’s work, blending ’90s house pop with PBR&B or tasteful EDM with outsider production. With Empireal Formula, Ernest Gonzales and Ohh Yeah.

                              Category: Music, Rock/Pop

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