The Dell Seton Medical Center at the University of Texas

Please join us for a look at The Dell Seton Medical Center at the University of Texas. This 520,000 SF teaching hospital, together with the Dell Medical School, will transform the way healthcare is delivered in Central Texas.  Community Invitation: Help celebrate the opening of Dell Seton Medical Center, a teaching hospital built by Seton Healthcare Family. Preview the… ... Read more...

CodeNEXT is Here – Where Can I Learn More?

CodeNEXT is the City of Austin initiative to rewrite our complicated Land Development Code. The Land Development Code sets requirements for what, where, and how much can be built in Austin. It’s Austin’s first major zoning overhaul and it has many people asking questions. CSI (Construction Specifications Institute) and SMPS (Society of Marketing Professionals) have… ... Read more...

March Featured Artist: March Mattingly

March’s paintings and pastels are colorful and expressionistic, reflecting our perception of and interaction with favorite places and subject matter; in the context of physical places, emotional states of mind, or a point in time that we cherish from our own, unique, individual journey that we all make on this earth. Her paintings express self-awareness,… ... Read more...

Featured February Artist: Christy Stallop

Christy started her career in art as a children’s book illustrator and was the illustrator chair for the Austin chapter of SCBWI (Society of Children’s Books Writers and Illustrators) for 10 years. She has several published titles and was chosen to illustrate the 2011 Texas Teens Read! program funded by the Texas State Library and Archives… ... Read more...

Texas Cake House Features Our Very Own Natalie Sideserf

Congrats to our former Miller IDS employee Natalie Sideserf and her husband Dave for landing their own Food Network show, called Texas Cake House!! Natalie makes truly unique, amazing cakes that you have to see to believe. After launching Sideserf Cake Studio in 2013, they have gotten lots of attention. And when you combine their… ... Read more...

Featured Artist: Tom Shefelman, In Memoriam by Luci Miller

Paintings pictured to the left are: “Our Courtyard,” the fountain at Westminster, home to Tom and Janice; and the Central Presbyterian Church chancel, completed in November and Tom’s final painting. As our featured artist, a print of “Our Courtyard” is on display through January at both Miller IDS locations. Our featured artist this month is… ... Read more...

Historic Austin Home Featured on Miller IDS 40th Annual Calendar.

We appreciate that our neighbor, Emily Little, allowed us to feature her historic home on the cover of the Miller IDS 2017 Calendar. Built in 1893, the Rogers-Lyons House is an excellent example of a Victorian-style brick residence. The home was constructed by Martin E. Rogers, bridge foreman for the A&NW railroad, who lived in the house with his… ... Read more...

Go Big this Holiday: Large Banners at Rock Rose

‘Tis the season to make your business stand out. At Austin’s hottest new shopping district, Domain Northside, that is happening, thanks to some pretty outstanding large banners that run along Rock Rose. Just opened in time for the holidays, the sparkling new restaurants, stores and bars along Rock Rose are already getting a lot of media… ... Read more...

Community Corner: KLRU’s Austin City Limits “Hall of Fame” Event

  KLRU is renowned for the Austin City Limits televised live broadcasting. And the taping of the show has been a desirable ticket to have for decades – over 4 decades to be exact.  Premiering in 1974 with Willie Nelson, the show was created as a response to PBS’s request that local stations develop individual… ... Read more...

Featured Artist: Don Collins

This month we honor the work of Don Collins, whose beautiful artwork has graced our annual calendar for each of the past 40 years. Don has produced approximately 400 works for our calendars, allowing us to share his passion with our customers. Don has embraced hunting unique sites on back roads, long-deserted main streets and… ... Read more...