If a child has been diagnosed with a learning disability, the natural inclination is to worry about how they’ll cope with school as you desire for them to have a fulfilling education. However, with the right tools, encouragement and support, you can help the child build self-confidence and learn new ways to respond to their obstacles. A learning disability is just another obstacle and there are always ways to overcome those obstacles. One way for a child to combat learning disabilities and tap into other strengths is by getting involved with the arts.Read More
B*Tru Arts is pleased to invite you, family, and friends to join us on September 21st, 2017 at Indra's Awarehouse for the WE Unify Concert!
As we continue our WE Unify Concert featured blog series, we spoke to Heidi Little, a musician, performer and the co-producer of the WE Unify Concert about her music, beliefs and shared some fun facts about herself.Read More
WE Unify Concert is quickly approaching and B*Tru Arts has been speaking with some of our performers who will be joining us on September 21st, the day of the concert.
John Burgess, a ceremony leader, archeologist, and the director of Community Healing Circle, spoke to us about his work, beliefs and shared some fun facts about himself. John will lead the opening ceremony at WE Unify Concert.Read More
With the scorching heat, summer is in full swing. We decided to share with our readers a list of FREE upcoming performing arts events for you and your loved ones to enjoy and appreciate the arts in our community.Read More
Our next group for Inspiro Fest 2016 is Mind’s Eye Muse, made up of duo Bart and Erin Landry. According to their Facebook Page, which you can check out here, they create “multisensory experiences that are transformative, uplifting, & inspiring.” We spoke to Mind’s Eye Muse to learn more about their history, how they got started, and some of their biggest influences.Read More
Inspiro Fest 2016 is quickly approaching—our fourth annual festival will feature musical performances, films, vendors, a dance competition and more –B*TRU ARTS has been speaking with some of our performers who will be joining us on June 4th, the day of the festival.
R.C. Cat, a group made up of Connor McCampbell, Julio Correa, Aaron Chavez and Mitchell “Mitch” Webb, spoke to us about their music, the group’s future, and shared some fun facts about themselves.Read More
SXSW brings together a number of musical acts and local talents to Austin every year. Both big and small name talents grace the multiple stages and venues around Austin for your viewing pleasure. While there are numerous musical acts, there is also the film interactive that introduces you to short films with varying topics. With the hundreds of things to see this past week , it can be hard to remember all of the exciting performers and films. Here are some of our favorites.Read More
Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching, and it can be hard to find things to do, especially when you don’t want to spend tons of money! Luckily, Austin has a lot of fun, cheap, and artsy activities that can be enjoyed by you and your honey or the whole family! Here are 9 things to do for Valentine’s Day:Read More
The weather is crisping, and the holiday season is approaching, which means you’ll be looking for ways to entertain out-of-towners and kids on their days off from school. Austin has you covered with plenty to do, from luminariums to art exhibits.Read More