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3O December 13, in the Austin Municipal Auditorium. Reserved seat tickets are $2.50, $3 50, $4.50 and $5.50. Tickets may~be obtained at the Auditorium box office. 37th Annual Art Faculty Exhibition, i ncludes recent works by UT Art Department faculty - painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, graphics, design, ceramics and crafts. Through January 25 at the Archer M. Huntington Galleries, San Jacinto and 23rd St. Hours: Mon. through Sat. from 9 am to 6 pro. Sunday from 1 to 5 pro. Images for Eternity. Egyptian Art from Berkeley and Brooklyn Museums. The largest and most comprehensive exhibition of Egyptian art ever to be shown in central Texas, it consists of sculptures, fragments of wall paintings and reliefs, jewelry, ceramics, and wood and metal objects. Through February 15 on the 1st floor of the Michener Galleries, UT Harry Ransom Center, 21st and Guadalupe. Hours: Mon. through Sat. from 10 am to 5 pm. Sunday from 1 to 5 pm. New Orlosns Jazz Funerals: A Photographic Documentary. Photographs by Leo Toucher, courtesy of the New Orleans Museum of Art. Through Dec. 14 at 2nd floor of the Michener Galleries. Craft esArt in Texas exhibit at Laguna Gloria Art Museum through December 31. Artists include Tom Nichols and Bill Dodd (jewelry), Eleanor Merrill (weaving), and William Wilhelmi, Steve Reynolds and Danville Chadbourne (ceramic sculpture). Hours: Tues. through Sat. from 10 am to 5 pm; Thurs. till 9 pm; Sunday 1 to 5 pm. Cowpoke, Cayuse and Cattle, highlighted by photographs by Erwin E. Smith from around the turn of the century, tells the story of the Texesranching industry. Exhibit also includes Longhorn skulls, branding irons, saddles, barbed wiresamples and J. Frank Dobie's horn collection including chess pieces, birds, a crawdad, combs, engraved horns and a child's chair. At the Texas Memorial Museum, Trinity & Red River. Hours: Mon. through Sat. from 9 am to 5 pm. Sunday from 1 to 5 pm. The Evolution of the American Cowboy examines the culture of Texas borrowed from the Mexican vaquero. Exhibited at Texas Memorial Museum. Paintings by Judy Bsteman. 34 paintings in oil by an Austin artist. Through Dec. 28 at Moody Hall Atrium, St. Edward's University, 3001S. Congress. Hours: 9amto9pm Monday through Friday; 1 to 5 pm Saturday and Sunday. Town Lake Club Show. The Town Lake Art Club will host a show and sale of paintings by club members from 10 am to 6 pm Saturday, December 13, in Westgate Mall. "Yo Old Christmas Store," art exhibit and sale sponsored by Capital Art Society. At Potpourri, 2700 Anderson Lane. Through Dececnber 31, daily except Christmas day. Slime at the Austin Public Library. Mondays- 10am Carver, Wi ndsor Village; 7: 30 pm Manchaca lid. Tuesdays - 10 am Mobile Station, Terrazas, Twin Oaks. Wednesdays- 10 am Carver, Howson, N. Village, Southwood, Windsor Village; 7 pm Old Quarry. Thursdays - 10 am Allandale, Manchaca Rd., Old Quarry. Fridays-9:30amCentral ; 10am N. Village. By appointment at Carver, Montopolis, Oak Springs, Rosewood-Zaragosa, Terrazas. E~ Art Tours. Special tours desig'ned for children's groups of the ")mages of Etemity"exhibit of Egyptian art and artifacts at the University of Texas M ichener Galleries can beananged by calling the UT Art Museum. A special children's brochure has been designed for this exhibit. "The Red Shoes." Special children's production on weekends through December 21 at the Zachary Scott Theatre. $1 children $2 adults. Call 476-0541 for info and reservations. Program for children 3-5 years of ageat the Montopolis Recreation Center, 1200 Montopolis Drive. Monday through Friday from lOam to noon. Registration fee $.50 per semester, Sponsored by the Parks and Recreation Department. For more info call 385.5031. Santa Claus arrives at the airport in Georgstown on December 11 at 4 pm and then on to the Courthouse to meet with the kids. He will be giving away prizes every Saturday until Christmas. amaklast with Santa. Help Detective Snoopy Holmes solve "The Case of Santa's Missing Boots" when you have breakfast with Santa. Saturdays - December 13, 20 and Monday, December 22, at 9 am in Joske's Highland Room Restaurant. Tickets are $2 per person and must be purchased in advance at the Customer Service Desk on the fourth level. Christmas Essay Contest. "What Christmas Means to Me" is the topic of the Joske's essay contest. Children 6-12 years of age are eligible to enter with an essay of 100 words or less. The child who submits the winning essay will receive a $100 U.S. Savings Bond. All entries must be received by December 12. Bring entry totheChildren'sorToy Dept. at Joske's or mail to Special Events Office, Joske's, Highland Mall, Austin 78752. Austin Ballet Theatre presents a free children's matinee performance on Sunday, December 14 at 3 pm at Armadillo World Headquarters. The program will include "Mahalia With Love," "Swan Lake Pas de Deux," "La Negra," and "The Bluebird Pas de DeUX." =The Nutcracker Suite" performed by the Austin Civic Ballet, directed by Eugene Slavin r- One of the "Images for Eternity" at the UT Michener Galleries. and Alexandra Nadal Slavin, with music by the Austin Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Kelly Hale. Free children's matinee on Friday, Dec. 12, at 4 pm in the Austin Municipal Auditorium, sponsored by the Austin Parks and Recreation Department. Advance tickets available, call 476-6692. =Great Cross-Country Race," Children's ARC Theater production at Austin Community College Gymnasium, 12th & San Antonio, at 2 pm on Sun & 3:15 pm on Mon. and Tues., December 14-16. For ticket info call Austin Recreation Center, 476-5562. =Yule Fast" at Zilker Park, featuring Santa's Village, Mother Goose Carousel Dancers, and Puppet Show. December 18-23. Nightly. 6:30-9:30 pm. Free. Austin Recreation Center Tiny Tot Program, "The Good Ship Lollypop," at the Austin Recreation Center, 1213 Shoal Creek Blvd., on Thursday, Dec. 11, at 7:30 pm. Sponsored by the Dept. of Parks and Recreation. Tiny Tot Christmas Party at the Jordan Recreation Center, on Thursday, Dec. 11 at 9 am. Sponsored by the Dept. of Parks and Recreation. Tiny Tot Christmas Program at the Hancock Recreation Center, 811 E. 41, on Thursday, Dec. 11 at 7: 30 pm. Sponsored by the Dept. of Parks and Recreation. Children's Christmas Party at the Austin Recreation Center, 121 3 Shoal Creek Blvd., on Friday, Dec. 12, from 3:3; to 5:30 pm. Sponsored by the Dept. of Parks and Recreations. Children's Christmas Party at the Rosewood Recreation Center, 2300 Rosewood, on Friday, Dec. 12 from 3: 30 to 5: 30 pm. Sponsored by the Dept. of Parks and Recreation. Santa vLsits the Austin Public Library. Carver branch, 1165 Angel ina, on Mon. & Wed., Dec. 15 and 17, from 10 am to 12 noon. Howson branch, 2500 Exposition, on Tues., Dec. 16 at 10 am. Montopoiis branch, 735 Montopolis Dr., on Wed., Dec. 10. Oak Springs branch, 3101 Oak Springs, on Thurs., Dec. 18, at 11 30 am. Old Quarry branch, 7051 Village Center, on Thurs., Dec. 11 at 10 am. Rosewood-Zaragosa branch, 2808 Webberville, on Friday, Dec. 12, at 9 am. Twin Oaks branch, 204 E. Oltorf, on Monday, Dec. 15, at 1 pm. Puppet Shows-"Buster's Christmas Star" and "Little Red Riding Hood," presented the week of December 14 at 3 pm at the Central Public Library, 401 Ninth. Puppet Show "Little Bear Tries to See Santa Claus" presented on Tuesday, Dec. 16, at 10 and 10:30 am at Manchaca Rd. Library, 5500 Manchaca Rd. CMstmas Plosta Party on Friday, Dec. 12, at 10 am at the North Village Library, 2135 W. Anderson Lane. Puppet Show "The Night Before Christ- mas," presented on Mon, Dec. 15at noon, and Wad., Dec. 17, 10:30-1 pm, at Oak Srpings Library, 3101 Oak Springs. Puppet Show "Little Bear Tries toSee Santa Claus" presented on Monday, Dec. 15 and Wed., Dec. 17 at I0 am at the Southwood Library, 1507 W. Ben White. Puppet Shows "Night Before Christmas", "Muppets Meet Santa Claus" presented on Mon., Dec. 15 at I & 1:30 pm, and on Tues., Dec. 16 at 10, 10:30 and 11 am. ``Yule Fast," at Zilker Park, featuring Santa's Village, Mother Goose Carousel Dancers, and Puppet Show. Nightly from 6:30 to 9:30 p m, from December 18-31. Free. Spring art classes at Laguna Gloria Museum, Jan. 19-March 28, 1976; mostly scheduled once a week for ten weeks. Morning: Pottery, History of Furniture, Life Drawing, the History of Photography, Creative Art for Children, Children's weaving. Afternoon: Ceramic Sculpture, Oil Painting, Acrylic Painting. Evening: Beginning and Intermediate Guitar, Form in Fiber, Introduc- tion to Photography, Intermediate and Advanced Photography, Beginning Jewelry, Color Action, Drawing, Life Drawing, Oil Painting, Watercolor, Choreography, Film- making, Poetry, Acrylic Painting, Museum Work, Printmaking, Pottery and an experimen- tal course called Structural Relativity. Registration Dec. 15-Jan.18, in person at 3809 West 35th or call 452-9447 for information. Public Hearing to identify needs and projects for consideration to be funded by the Housing and Community Development "block" grant. At 7 pm in City Council Chamber, Municipal Annex, 301 West 2nd St. Art Lecture. Harold A. Liebowitz, assistant professor of B i bl ical h i story at the U n i versity of Texas, will speak on "The Impact of Egyptian Art on the Art of Syria and Palestine at 8 pm in the Art Building Auditorium. Presented in conjunction with the "Images for Eternity" lecture series. "Welcome to the New Center Stage" will feature a special performance of "Godspell' beginning at 7:30 pm at the new Center Stage location at 320 E. 6th St. The open house is designed for theater patrons, who can purchase special bonus tickets at $50, $100 or $200. Reservations are required and may be made by calling Center Stage at 477-1012. The Playboy of the Western World." John Millington Synge's fantastical comedy filmed on location in western Ireland. Starring John Hurt. At 8:30 pm on KLRN-TV, Channel 9. Craft Classes: Free Christmas Gifts to Make. At the Montopolis branch of the public library, 735 Montopolis Dr., at 3:30 pm. Craft Classes: Macrames Christmas Gift. At the Twin Oaks branch of the public library, 204 E. Oltorf, at 7 pm. ``Autobiography of Malcolm X," a one-man dr~lmatic interpretation by Charles Pace. In the UTTexas Tavern from 8-10 pro. Admission free. For reservations call 471-5653. Film: "Start the Revolution Without Me." In Batts Auditorium at UT. Shows 7 & 8:45 pm. Admission $I students, $1.50 others. Films on the spirit and techniques of modern crafts, including "ceramic Art: Potters of the U.S.A.", "Crafts of the Fire," and "The Weaver." Admission free. At 7:30 pm at. Laguna Gloria Art Museum, 3809 W. 35th St. For further info call 452-9447. , rJ. The White House Transcripts. The taped documents released by former President Richard Nixon and the House Judiciary Committee come to life, as a cast of professional actors portray characters in the Watergate scandal. At 9 pm on KLRN-TV Channel 9. Kenneth Threadgill and the Velvet Cowpasture appearing at the UT Texas Tavern from 8 pm to midnight. Admission $.50 with ID, $1 for guests. Film: "Everything You Always Wanted to KnowAbout Sex," at UT Jester Auditorium at 7 pm, 8:45 pm and 10:30 pm. Admission $1 students, $1.50 others. Film: "Nashville Rebel," starring Waylon Jennings. Special midnight showat theVarsity Theatre sponsored by KOKE-FM. Admission $1.25. Recorder Society Christmas meeting will be held at 8 pm at the Friends Meeting House, 3014 Washington Square. Members will perform solos, duets, trios and quartets, plus group playing of Christmas carols. The public is invited to attend. '~The Nutcracker Suite," performed by the Austin Civic Ballet, directed by Eugene Slavin and Alexandra Nadal Slavin, with music performed by the Aust in Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Kelly Hale. At 8 pm in the Austin Municipal Auditorium. Reserved seat tickets are $2.50, $3.50, $4.50 and $5.50. Tickets may be obtained at the Municipal Auditorium box office. Ceremonies for lighting Zilkar Park's "Tree of Ughts." The Austin Civic Chorus will leas the audience in traditional Christmas carols. At 6:30 pm. Admission free. The Austin Guitar Ensemble features the classical g uitar in various roles. Concert will be at 8: 30 pm at the Texas Federation of Women's Clubs Bldg., 24th & San Gabriel. Admission is $2.50. Kenneth Threadgill and the Velvet Cowpasture perform at the UT Texas Tavern from 8 pm to midnight. Admission $.50 with I D, $1 guests. "The World of John Hammond," featuring Benny Goodman, George Benson, Helen Humes, plus Bob Dylan in his first television appearance in six years. At 8 pm on KLRN-TV, channel 9. Town Lake Club Show. The Town Lake Art Club will host a show and sale of paintings by club members from 10 am to 6 pm in Westgate Mall. Austin Ballet Theatre performs "Les Patineurs", "Snowflakes Are Dancing," and "Aurora's Wedding," at 7:30 pm at Armadillo World Headquarters, 5251/2 Barton Springs Rd. Advance tickets at $1.75 may be purchased at Hogg Auditorium, Sears, Oat Willies, Sanfords Shoes, Discount Records, and the Shop in Denmark. Tickets are available at the door for $2.25. Children, ages 5-12, $.50. Arts and Crafts Show at the Municipal, Auditorium. Obedience Match sponsored by the Capitol Dog Training Club, from 8: 30 am to6 pm in the basement of the Municipal Auditorium. East District Christmas Party at the Pan-Am Recreation Center, 2100 E. 3rd, at 2 pro. Sponsored by the Dept. of Parks and Recreation. Austin Ethnic History Association meeting, feat uring program by Saengerrunde Singers. In Saengerrunde Hall, 1607 San Jacinto, at 4 pm. Square Dance Festival in Kerrville. Dance to be held at the Inn of the Hills from 2 pm to I am. Buffet from 5 to 7 pm. Heated pool and sauna will be available. "This Britain: Heritage of the Sea." ThiS special provides a penetrating look at the lives of apeoplewho, throughout history, have been shaped by t he sea and who can never escape it s influence. At 5 pm on KLRN-TV, Channel 9. MIGHT! (MOBILITYIMPAIREDGRAPPLING HURDLES TOGETHER), the Austin area organization for the handicapped, will hold its annual Christmas social at 3:30 pm at Jordan Recreation Center, 2803 Loyola. "l;~e meeting is open to the public, and the center is fully accessible to persons in wheelchairs. For further info call 452-0407. Nososs Activity Center Holiday Dinner, at the Nueces Activity Center, 1506 Nueces, at noon. Sponsored by the Dept. of Parks and Recreation. Lions' Club Senior Christmas Party, at the Rosewood-Zaragosa Community Center from 7 to 9: 30 pm. Sponsored by the Dept. of Parks and Recreation. Lakeside Activity Center Christmas Prog- ram, at Lakeside Activity Center, 85 Trinity, at 7: 30 pm. Sponsored by the Dept. of Parks and Recreation.