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ONGOING EXHIBITIONS

Friday,  2.24.17

Opening

Terra Goolsby & Anna Pederson: Under the Skin

Friday,  2.24.17   |   7–10 pm
A show of works by artist Terra Goolsby and Anna Pederson. From the gallery: "These sculptural works connect aspects of the grotesque with feminine strength and sexuality while exploring the tensions between creation and destruction, growth and decay, as well as beauty and  absurdity."
Austin  |  ICOSA Collective

Saturday,  2.25.17

Artist talk

Zoë Shulman: Circuit Topology

Saturday,  2.25.17   |   1–2 pm
A show of works by Zoë Shulman. The mixed-media works attempt to "visualize geometries that subvert traditional painting canon."
Austin  |  CAMIBAart
Reception

Tommy Fitzpatrick: Recognition of Sight

Saturday,  2.25.17   |   4–8 pm
A show of works by artist Tommy Fitzpatrick. Included in this show are sculpture works that Fitzpatrick uses to create some of his paintings.
Johnson City  |  Texas Art House
Opening

Nate Burbeck

Saturday,  2.25.17   |   7–10 pm
A show of paintings by Nate Burbeck. Having strong narrative qualities, Burbeck's paintings recall images of suburban middle-class life that have been frozen in time.
Austin  |  Decoy Gallery
Opening

Jana Swec: Congitopia

Saturday,  2.25.17   |   7–10 pm
A show of works Jana Swec created in collaboration with other artists. The pieces aim to explore the unexpected outcomes of working with other people on visual manifestations of ideas and dreams. The artist's collaborators include: Abi Daniel, Will Gaynor, Suzanne Koett, Shea Little, Cai Littleswec, Olive Littleswec, Jude Littleswec, Aaron Michalovic, Julie Swec, Joe Swec, Alexandria Valenti, Cherie Weaver, Jon Windham, and Adam Young.
Austin  |  grayduck gallery
Opening

Daniel Blagg &David Leonard: Kindred Spirits

Saturday,  2.25.17   |   7–9 pm
A show of paintings by Daniel Blagg and David Leonard. From the gallery: "Leonard is known for his incredibly detailed panoramic paintings of modern American cityscapes ranging from Chicago to Boston to Austin. Similarly, Blagg also delineates American architecture, but focuses instead on the decay of once vibrant billboards, roadside strip malls, and now abandoned streets. Both artists ask through their work if the modifications we make to our landscape are for better or worse."
Austin  |  Davis Gallery

Thursday,  3.2.17

Performance

Susan Scafati & Sean Ripple: textscape

Thursday,  3.2.17   |   8–10 pm
For this exhibition, Susan Scafati has created large-scale archival pigment scrolls that deal with concepts of text messaging and the era of the smartphone. Scafati also commissioned Austin artist Sean Ripple to create an interactive performance-based work for the show. Contact Ripple at 512-699-8168 to discuss his artworks for the exhibition.

Friday,  3.3.17

Opening

Colin McIntyre: The Resonant Lung

Friday,  3.3.17   |   7–10 pm
A sound installation comprised of a pipe organ installed in a shipping container. The organ is controlled electronically, allowing composers to design sound environments to be inhabited by the viewer.
Austin  |  Dimension Gallery

Saturday,  3.4.17

Artist talk

Unbound and Reincarnated: Beyond the Boundaries of the Book

Saturday,  3.4.17   |   2–3 pm
An exhibition featuring works by Jenni B. Baker, Jill Bedgood, Sandra Fernandez, Jacquelyn May and Jonathan Whitfill. All of the artists use recycled printed ephemera and books to address social, personal, and political issues.
Austin  |  Prizer Gallery
Opening

Fort Guerin: Old West Yarns

Saturday,  3.4.17   |   7–9 pm
A show of works by West Virginia artist Fort Guerin. The pieces in the show are inspired by western comic books, movies, dime novels, and the artist's experiences growing up in Arizona.
Austin  |  Yard Dog Gallery
Opening

Friend of a friend

Saturday,  3.4.17   |   7–10 pm
For this show, Roberto Jackson Harrington took a single work from two artists. Then those two artists each did the same, and then the four chosen artists each repeated the process once more.Artists featured in this exhibition include Andrew Beincasa, Emily Belknap, David Crosland, Alyssa Dennis, Ryan Ebelt, Serra Victoria Bothwell Fels, Jonathan Herrera, Mike Huddleston, Stephanie Inagaki, Yujin Lee, Nicole Maloof, Devin Mawdsley, Dasha Shishkin and Rachel Wolfson Smith.

Sunday,  3.12.17

On View

Nina Katchadourian: Curiouser

Sunday,  3.12.17   |   1–5 pm
A survey of works by Brooklyn-based artist Nina Katchadourian. The show draws from ten bodies of work by the artist and includes video, photography, sculpture, sound art, and a live performance.
Austin  |  Blanton Museum of Art

Thursday,  3.16.17

Performance

Jessica Valoris: Phone Home

Thursday,  3.16.17   |   6–8 pm
Jessica Valoris' exhibition is "inspired by elements of the xigga afro-philo-cosmology, a branch of knowledge and way of being that explores the truths of our origins, presence and universe through a Black cultural lens. Through interactive “phone booths” museum patrons can send and receive messages, listen to mantra, record affirmations and hear soundbites celebrating the legacy and of black radical voices."

Friday,  3.17.17

Reception

INPrint

Friday,  3.17.17   |   6–8 pm
An exhibition featuring works by photographers Bob Cornelis, Keith Taylor, C.J. Thompson, Andrew S. Bale, Mariana Bartolomeo, Samantha Vandeman, Lee Bass, Laura Burlton, Melanie Walker, Kent Wisner, Diana Bloomfield, Karen Hymer, Kimberly Schneider, Norm Snyder, Daniel Kuczynski, Denis Roussel, Mary Aiu, Liese Ricketts, and Paul Sisson.
Austin  |  Photo Méthode Gallery

Saturday,  3.25.17

Artist talk

Nina Katchadourian: Curiouser

Saturday,  3.25.17   |   4–5 pm
A survey of works by Brooklyn-based artist Nina Katchadourian. The show draws from ten bodies of work by the artist and includes video, photography, sculpture, sound art, and a live performance.
Austin  |  Blanton Museum of Art

Thursday,  3.30.17

Workshop

Unbound and Reincarnated: Beyond the Boundaries of the Book

Thursday,  3.30.17   |   7–9 pm
An exhibition featuring works by Jenni B. Baker, Jill Bedgood, Sandra Fernandez, Jacquelyn May and Jonathan Whitfill. All of the artists use recycled printed ephemera and books to address social, personal, and political issues.
Austin  |  Prizer Gallery

Saturday,  4.1.17

Closing

Unbound and Reincarnated: Beyond the Boundaries of the Book

Saturday,  4.1.17   |   5–8 pm
An exhibition featuring works by Jenni B. Baker, Jill Bedgood, Sandra Fernandez, Jacquelyn May and Jonathan Whitfill. All of the artists use recycled printed ephemera and books to address social, personal, and political issues.
Austin  |  Prizer Gallery

Jen Garrido

February 4 through 25, 2017
A show of works by California-based artist Jen Garrido. The pieces in the show take inspiration from nature.

Suzanne Wyss: Similar not the Same

February 4 through 25, 2017
A show featuring works by Austin-based artist Suzanne Wyss. "Searching for uncommon materials in common places, Wyss hunts out lush textures, repetition, and organic movement while reusing or recycling whenever possible. The hundreds of VHS tapes that make up this jungle installation are enough movies to get completely lost in."

Monika Sosnowska: Habitat

November 22, 2016 through February 26, 2017
"Taking her inspiration and material forms from Poland's Communist-era buildings of the 1960s and 1970s, Warsaw-based artist Monika Sosnowska has created an immersive, two-floor installation of dystopic domesticism, with many works commissioned specifically for the exhibition." This exhibition marks the reopening of The Contemporary Austin's Jones Center.

Creative Arts Society Exhibit

January 27 through March 1, 2017
A show featuring works by members of the Creative Arts Society.Participating artists: Brenda Armistead Neena Buxani Gordon Doig Barry Eigen Andrew Forrester Sue Gilliam Dan Izard Martha Kull Joyce LaBaw Joan Lawson LeRoy Lawson Mozelle Marks Robb McKenzie Elena Orlenova Hal Weiner Kathy Weiner Amanda Zappler
Pflugerville |  Pflugerville Public Library

Liz Rodda: Heat Loss

January 21 through March 2, 2017
An exhibition of video works by Austin-based artist Liz Rodda. The pieces in the show source clips from YouTube and introduce voice-overs that attempt to "reframe the images presented on screen."
Austin |  Women & Their Work

Susan Scafati & Sean Ripple: textscape

February 4 through March 4, 2017
For this exhibition, Susan Scafati has created large-scale archival pigment scrolls that deal with concepts of text messaging and the era of the smartphone. Scafati also commissioned Austin artist Sean Ripple to create an interactive performance-based work for the show. Contact Ripple at 512-699-8168 to discuss his artworks for the exhibition.

Rural Kingdoms

January 27 through March 4, 2017
An exhibition of works by Austin-based artists Will Gaynor and Adam Young. The show aims to question and expand the definition of both "rural" and "kingdom." The show will also feature a large-scale created by Gaynor and Young in collaboration with Austin florist and artist Erin Knipp.
Austin |  Mass Gallery

Jay Bolotin: The Book of Only Enoch

January 13 through March 11, 2017
An exhibition of 2o woodcut and relief etchings by artist Jay Bolotin. The works in the show tell the story of 'Only Enoch, a sensitive Jewish boy from Kentucky who is named after an apocryphal book left out of the Hebrew Bible whose protagonist “went to heaven and lived to tell the tale.”'
Austin |  Flatbed Press

Zoë Shulman: Circuit Topology

February 17 through March 11, 2017
A show of works by Zoë Shulman. The mixed-media works attempt to "visualize geometries that subvert traditional painting canon."
Austin |  CAMIBAart

The Haas Brothers: Animalia

January 28 through March 25, 2017
An exhibition of sculpture, drawings, and a mural by the Haas Brothers. Flirting the line between function and luxury objects, the brothers create objects that seem to come from an unrestricted world of sexual freedom and fun.

Terra Goolsby & Anna Pederson: Under the Skin

February 24 through March 25, 2017
A show of works by artist Terra Goolsby and Anna Pederson. From the gallery: "These sculptural works connect aspects of the grotesque with feminine strength and sexuality while exploring the tensions between creation and destruction, growth and decay, as well as beauty and  absurdity."
Austin |  ICOSA Collective

Art Meets Activism: Llewellyn Xavier’s George Jackson Series

January 17 through March 27, 2017
An exhibition featuring artworks by Llewellyn Xavier. "Within this body of work, Xavier re-interprets the epistolary relationship he maintained with civil rights activist, and San Quentin and Soledad inmate, George Jackson. Photographs of Jackson, newspaper articles covering his wrongful death, surveillance stamps from the prison, handwritten envelopes, and excerpts from Jackson and Xavier’s letters have been used to create the silk screen prints and collages on view."

Cage Match Project: Michael Muelhaupt & Rachael Starbuck

February 13 through March 31, 2017
A site-specific installation by artists Michael Muelhaupt and Rachael Starbuck. "Inspired by the permeability of the structures form, the artists will employ specific materials such as translucent plastic, cast paint, and raw clay to soften the rigid structure of the cage, ultimately complicating the boundary between interior and exterior space."

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February 1 through April 1, 2017
A new media happening. For more details: http://18007892228.com/Call: 800 789 2228 to access virtual convenings on three different singularities:Press 1 for Hydrology Press 2 for Material Press 3 for FinanceTo return to the main menu, press #Virtual Conference 2017 by William Sarradet An informal speculation conference on the future of hydrology, material and finance. in association with the society of something.The Virtual Conference will conclude with a private presentation on the subject of SaaS products and their role in New Media art. An invitational event set for Spring is forthcoming.Speakers: -Morehshin Allahyhari and Sam Robinson with Patrick Romeo -Carolyn Sortor and Marcos Yturri -Peter Fend

Jessica Valoris: Phone Home

February 2 through April 8, 2017
Jessica Valoris' exhibition is "inspired by elements of the xigga afro-philo-cosmology, a branch of knowledge and way of being that explores the truths of our origins, presence and universe through a Black cultural lens. Through interactive “phone booths” museum patrons can send and receive messages, listen to mantra, record affirmations and hear soundbites celebrating the legacy and of black radical voices."

Stories to Tell: Selections from the Harry Ransom Center

February 6 through July 16, 2017
An exhibition of items from the HRC's cultural collections. The show will feature "more than 250 items including, among many others, manuscripts of David Foster Wallace, Julia Alvarez, and Gabriel García Márquez, Henri Matisse's Jazz, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's spirit photographs, and the hat that accompanied the green curtain dress worn by Vivien Leigh in Gone With The Wind."
Austin |  Harry Ransom Center
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