Kasey Short: 5 Plus Hearts
July 12 - August 8, 2014
July 12 - August 8, 2014
7–11 pmAdd to Calendar http://glasstire.com/events/2014/07/21/drawnonward/ 26-07-2014 07:00:00 PM 26-07-2014 11:00:00 PM 11 Jonathan Gruchawka+ Mark Leavens: Drawnonward Jonathan Gruchawka+ Mark Leavens: Drawnonward 7–11 pm 613 Allen St, Austin, TX 78702 Co-Lab
Blanton Museum of Art
12–1 pmAdd to Calendar http://glasstire.com/events/2014/07/21/peter-and-the-wolf-pedro-y-el-lobo/ 29-07-2014 12:00:00 PM 29-07-2014 01:00:00 PM 11 Peter and the Wolf [Pedro y el Lobo] Peter and the Wolf [Pedro y el Lobo] 12–1 pm Martin Luther King at Congress, Austin, TX 78701 Blanton Museum of Art
Last Chance - July 5 through 27, 2014
A festival in honor of Nikola Tesla, everyone's favorite scientist/inventor/genius who, legend has it, was robbed of his place in the history of electricity by some tricksy guy called Edison. This day will feature robots, film screenings, Tesla-inspired art, a costume contest... and actual Tesla cars on display!
Last Chance - June 27 through July 31, 2014
Last Chance - June 13 through August 1, 2014
July 12 through August 9, 2014
This project by The Contemporary Austin pairs 10 professional artist-mentors with 10 high school art students. This exhibition is the culminating experience, featuring work by all 20 artists. 2014 TEEN ARTISTS AND MENTORS Jacob Cassity + Dave Culpepper Rodolfo Cortinas + Michael Anthony García Megan Rhoby Dale + Alyssa Taylor Wendt Raul Delgadillo + Johnny Villarreal Kimberly De Loera + Lindsay Palmer Miah Diaz + Virginia Fleck Victor Franco + Chris Holloway Anabel Gomez + Lauren Klotzman Miranda Obregon + Jenna Lynne Foster Karla Ramirez + Jessica Mathews
July 19 through August 10, 2014
The culminating exhibition of The Contemporary's inaugural 2014, a six-month program that combines group critique with professional development to emerging artists in the Austin area. Congrats to 2014 Crit Group artists Jeana Baumgardner, Bug Davidson, Robert Jackson Harrington, H I X X Collective, Katy Horan, Masumi Kataoka, Olivia Moore and Teruko Nimura!
February 1 through August 17, 2014
The Blanton and the Department of Art and Art History at UTAustin, present a selection of objects about the lifestyle, technological achievements, and ideology of pre-Inka cultures featuring 80 works drawn mostly from the University’s collections with loans from the Dallas Museum of Art. Objects range from woven textiles to painted ceramic vessels and modeled effigies.
May 3 through August 24, 2014
An exhibition featuring work from the collection of Glenn and Amanda Fuhrman, curated by executive director Louis Grachos with Danielle Nieciag. Featuring: Louise Bourgeois, Maurizio Cattelan, Robert Gober, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, David Hammons, Jim Hodges, Juan Muñoz, Charles Ray, Thomas Schütte, Kiki Smith and many others.
June 7 through August 30, 2014
June 5 through August 30, 2014
New works from Nigerian artist Olaniyi R. Akindiya (Akirash). "Saje Nwa?" means "How is the market?".
June 13 through September 7, 2014
For the first time in nearly two decades, Mexic-Arte's annual roundup of young Latino talent will feature only women artists: Natalia Anciso, Daphne Arthur, Nani Chacon, Audrya Flores, Suzy Gonzalez, Alexis Herrera, Las Hermanas Iglesias, Annette Martinez, Senalka McDonald, Awilda Lora Rodriguez, Cristy C. Road, Linda Lucía Santana, and Fabiola Torralba.
June 22 through September 21, 2014
An exhibition of over 160 works that examine our relationship with felines and canines through the ages. Look for Dürer, Fragonard, William Blake, Goya, Gauguin, Picasso, Cartier-Bresson, Hopper, Bourgeois and others!
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