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A huge thanks to everyone who contributed to the Aurora20 campaign and who made our 20th anniversary celebration last week a great experience! Here are some photos, and there are more at https://flic.kr/s/aHsmhAtnZC
We're excited about tonight's collaboration with Contemporary Arts Museum Houston–the Houston premiere of "Tia Chuck" about San Antonio artist Chuck Ramirez with filmmakers Mark and Angela Walley here! Free-admission, first come, first served. (Doors at 7pm, screening at 7:30pm)
Nice to see this piece on Nick Vaughan and Jake Margolin's recent gallery show at Devin Borden and their video installation at Aurora!
Some party GIFs here: https://giphy.com/channel/aurorapictureshow
What a fantastic evening! Special thanks to Cinema Bomar, Pablo Giminez-Zapiola, Dave Merson Hess, Polish Pete, DJ Flash Gordon Parks, El Topo tacos, Brazil, Phoenicia, Pepperoni's, Saint Arnold brewery and so many others for helping make this milestone birthday special for Aurora! #Aurora20
The #Aurora20 celebration is NEXT WEEK! Contribute online now, and join us for the party next Thursday! This tiny video starring early supporter Ethan says it all. Say it with us...
Great new article about Aurora in Arts+Culture Texas as we approach our 20th anniversary and Aurora20 celebration! Thanks Nancy Zastudil. And thanks to all who've been a part of this exciting endeavor! So far, so good. #Aurora20
Great Extremely Shorts Film Festival this weekend. Thanks to all participating artists, gust jurors Scott Stark and David Waddell, and fantastic, adventurous audiences! We're happy to announce the juror and audience award-winning films: MAIN PROGRAM Audience Award: "Enough" by Anna Mantzaris; Juror Award: "Negative 25" by Jenny Stark. YOUTH PROGRAM: Audience Award "Metum" by Anna Sangawa Hmeljak; Juror Award: "How I Feel" by Jayniece Prichette. Here are a few snapshots from last night...
Aurora's annual Extremely Shorts is here! Join us this Friday and Saturday, May 18-19. The festival showcases a wide range of new short films (3 minutes or less) from all over world, and a bunch from Texas makers, too! Thanks to Scott Stark for being juror of this year's main festival program, David Waddell juror of the youth program, and all of the participating artists! Lets do this.
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