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From magic to music, all kinds of shows await on Monday

Arianna Auber
Learn how to make sushi and even compete to make the best roll at a special Uchiko class on Monday. [AMERICAN-STATESMAN 2010]


"Horizonland." Rosa Nussbaum's multimedia exhibit at Women and Their Work, informed by her recent years in Texas, is structured as a kind of theme park, using sculpture, performance, video and a slideshow to explore how the car becomes a lens that focuses and reshapes the world around her. As the frequent passenger in a car because of her inability to drive, born-and-raised European Nussbaum considers how public space in Texas is often imagined as a place for mobile private space. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday-Friday, noon to 6 p.m. Saturday through June 6. 1719 Lavaca St. 512-477-1064,


Secrets of Maki Rolling Class at Uchiko. Have you ever wanted to make sushi just like one of Austin's best restaurants? In this workshop, Uchiko sushi chefs will demonstrate the proper ways to create different styles of rolls while discussing the history of maki. You can then roll your own P-38 and crunchy tuna rolls, which will be judged by the sushi chefs; the winner will be presented with a prize. Snacks, sake samples and dessert will be served. Reservations are required. 6:30 p.m. April 29. $95. 4200 N. Lamar Blvd. 512-916-4808,


Chvrches at ACL Live and the Church at 3Ten. Coincidence or fate? The touring-schedule stars aligned for this amusing upstairs-downstairs pairing at the big-theater and small-club venues operated under the ACL Live umbrella. Scottish indie-pop band Chvrches, veterans of several ACL Fests and South by Southwests, are big enough now to play two nights in the big room, with tickets are still available for Monday. The Church, 1980s Australian pop charmers of “Under the Milky Way” fame, have added this Monday show that made for the perfect Churchy McChvrchface booking coup. 8 p.m. April 29. ACL Live: $41-$51. 3Ten: $44-$99. 310 Willie Nelson Blvd. and — Peter Blackstock


AtCentral: Vivien Goldman and "Revenge of the She-Punks." Moderated by KUT's Rebecca McInroy, Goldman talks about her new book, "Revenge," which reveals her unusually well-rounded perspective as a music journalist. "Revenge" probes four themes — identity, money, love and protest — to explore what makes punk such a liberating art form for women. 7 to 9 p.m. April 29. Free. Austin Central Library, 710 W. Cesar Chavez St.


Magical Mondays at the Tavern. The monthly magic show returns as another intimate night also featuring cocktails and comedy. For this third total performance, some of magic’s most talented sleight-of-hand performers will step up — Ronaldo Medina, Gary Plants and headliner Nick Lewin — with a touch of music from Little Jewford. Magical Mondays allows the audience to be up close and involved in the proceedings, while multi-screen video enhances the experience from all angles. 7 p.m. April 29. $30. 922 W. 12th St.