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Speaking Silence

Gallery Shoal Creek

Last Chance - November 1 through December 3, 2015

An exhibition of works by eighteen Texas artists who are all members of the Texas Sculpture Group.

Last Depot Before Desolation

979 Springdale

Last Chance - November 14 through December 4, 2015

An exhibition of new work from Austin artist Colin McIntyre. In a collaborative installation, McIntyre's sculptures and sonic works will be on view with photographs by Robb Kendrick, Julia Solis and Tom Kirsch.

God Forbid Deep – A BFA Thesis Exhibition

The University Galleries at Texas State University | Joann Cole Mitte Building

Last Chance - November 30 through December 4, 2015

A BFA exhibition featuring work by Aja Segapeli, Alexandra White, Audrey Mabrito, Benny Ventura, Brandon Garrett, Bria Bryant, David Kreutler, Emily Eaton, Emily Jeffries, Erica Pace, James Mitchell, Jeffrey Teal, Kayla Saathoff, Malek Lazri, Rachel Renna and Stephen Hernandez.

Byron Brauchli: Photogravures

Flatbed Galleries

Last Chance - October 23 through December 5, 2015

An exhibition of photogravures by artist Byron Brauchli. The artist photographs the Yucatan landscape and exposes the development threatening its environmental diversity.

Michel Muylle: Hymn to Color

Camiba Art

Last Chance - November 14 through December 5, 2015

An exhibition of work by Michel Muylle. His work echoes De Stijl while not restricting itself to primary colors.

Typewriter Drawings


Last Chance - October 11 through December 6, 2015

An exhibition of works on paper by artist Lenka Clayton. The show is curated by Veronica Roberts, the curator of modern and contemporary art at the Blanton Museum in Austin.

Linda Lopez and Alina Tenser

Pig & Pony

November 14 through December 12, 2015

"Lopez and Tenser question the roles and exchanges of haptic experience within physical and virtual environs. Both artists approach craft through a confluence of multiple media. Both are rooted in figural explorations, the results of which yield unpredictable assemblages of parts, actions, and interfaces." Another ATX house gallery space.

Flatbed Press 25th anniversary Homecoming

Flatbed Galleries

October 23 through December 14, 2015

Artists include: Kristen Bartel, Cordelia Blanchard, Teresa Bond, Byron Brauchli, Noah Breuer, Katherine Brimberry, Robert Brown, Adrienne Butler, Heather Butler, Lauren Cardenas, Belinda Casey, Veronica Ceci, Lee Chesney, Margaret Craig, Margie Crisp, Jeffrey Dell, Tom Drucker, Catherine Dudley, Emily Eaton, Lilian Garcia-Roig, Linda Genet, Alex Giffen, Terri Goodhue, Teresa Gomez-Martorell, Annalise Gratovich, Nancy Gray, Carol Hayman, Tim High, Hallie Rae Ward, Whitney Hill, Alfonso Huerta Garcia, Laura Jennings, Brian Johnson, Amelia Jones, Gabel Karsten, Heidi Landau, Gerry Manson, Pat Masterson, Tracy Mayrello, Deborah McLouth, Joshua Orsburn, Heather Parrish, Elvia Perrin, Serena Perrone, Carolyn Porter, Pecos Pryor, Christopher Reno, Clifton Riley, Thomas Rogers, Stan Scott, Margie Simpson, Mark L. Smith, Gingi Statman, James Turner, Tina Weitz, Cassie White, Cynthia Young.

Maura Murnane: Fashion Island

Mass Gallery

November 13 through December 19, 2015

An exhibition by Irvine, CA-based artist Maura Murnane, the first ever winner of MASS' Solo Cup award. "Titled after ambitiously/dreamily/nostalgically-named shopping districts in the Orange County area, this show consists of oversize prints, not photographs but made from photographic materials; appropriated from a set of consecutively shot images. They are flattened, condensed into a single frame, and then expanded to larger-than-life size."

Kevin Greenblat: Child of the Mississippi

Photo Méthode Gallery

November 12 through December 22, 2015

An exhibition of photographs taken by Kevin Greenblat on a trip to Louisiana. "As always, Greenblat challenges himself to keep his images sincere and honest in order to pay respect to the subjects and their way of life.  Also, through the process of capturing these unique environments and people, he learns more about himself and his relationship to the world."

Leslie Kell: Mindscapes

Dougherty Arts Center

November 12 through December 27, 2015

An exhibition of digital collages by artist Leslie Kell. "As the photos are layered and manipulated, they interact to create the highlights, shadows, contours, and textures of the artwork. She uses natural elements melded with architectural structures to create a visual world that invites the viewer into the composition."

The Uncrowd

Gallery Black Lagoon

November 12, 2015 through January 3, 2016

Works by Jeana Baumgardner, Scott Bickerton, Victoria Corbett, Aubree Dale, & David Foarde.

i, object

Wyatt Brand Offices

November 5, 2015 through January 3, 2016

Work by Michael Anthony Garcia. "This exhibition reflects a more playful branch of García's body of work in which the overriding concept is a further exploration of our relationships with the objects we interact with on a daily basis, most of which are created to conform to our corporeal forms."

Jim Torok: New Portraits and Other Work

Lora Reynolds Gallery

November 14, 2015 through January 9, 2016

An exhibition of paintings and drawings by Jim Torok. In addition to his portraits, this show has new cartoon drawings by the artist that "plumb the depths of his imagination and process contemporary culture with his trademark blend of sentimentality, motivational slogans, outlandish tableaux, and dark humor."

Roy McMakin

Lora Reynolds Gallery

November 14, 2015 through January 9, 2016

An exhibition of new drawings by Roy McMakin. The drawings vary, with some looking like schematic technical drawings, and others appearing decorative, "unambiguously meant to hang on a wall or put on a dresser."

Mediterranea: American Art from the Graham D. Williford Collection

San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts

November 19, 2015 through January 10, 2016

An exhibition exploring the cultures of the Mediterranean region of the 19th and 20th centuries. During this period, "American artists became interested in the aspects of nature and culture that they believed to define the Mediterranean: its distinctive flora, the legacy of the Greco-Roman past and the influence of Christianity and Islam."

Alyssa Taylor Wendt: Compartments of Desire

Women & Their Work

November 19, 2015 through January 14, 2016

Work by Alyssa Taylor Wendt that explores "the nature of desire and the symbiotic relationship between the person as a subject of longing and the yearning we project upon objects as symbols of aspiration and meaning."

Moderno: Design for Living in Brazil, Mexico, and Venezuela, 1940-1978

Blanton Museum of Art

October 11, 2015 through January 17, 2016

An exhibition showcasing Latin American modern domestic design. The Blanton's presentation of this exhibition will include paintings from the period. Designers featured in the exhibition include: Sergio Rodrigues, Lina Bo Bardi, Joaquim Tenreiro, and José Zanine Caldas of Brazil; Don Shoemaker, Clara Porset, and Pedro Ramírez Vásquez of Mexico; and Miguel Arroyo and María Luisa Zuloaga de Tovar of Venezuela.

Strange Pilgrims

The Contemporary Austin

September 27, 2015 through January 24, 2016

An exhibition of works that attempt to define "experiential art." Adding to the experience of the exhibition is its multiple locations: the Jones Center, Laguna Gloria, and The University of Texas' Visual Arts Center. Artists in the show include: Charles Atlas, Trisha Baga, Millie Chen, Phil Collins, Andy Coolquitt, Ayşe Erkmen, Roger Hiorns, Nancy Holt, Lakes Were Rivers, Angelbert Metoyer, Bruce Nauman, Yoko Ono, Paul Sharits, and Sofía Táboas.

Donald Moffett

Blanton Museum of Art

August 29, 2015 through February 28, 2016

An exhibition of works by Donald Moffett that are within the Blanton's collection. Featuring eight works - including a suite of eighteen drawings, the Blanton hold more works by Moffett than any museum in the United States.

Peter Mangan: Messengers

Georgetown Art Center

November 1, 2015 through March 31, 2016

An exhibition of sculpture works by Peter Mangan. The works "originated from abstracted figures" but contain silhouettes that can be entered by the viewer.

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