“Twelve trombonists positioned around the lagoon play meditative music across the water to one another at dusk and dawn while the music is cued via […]
The Contemporary Austin (formerly AMOA-Arthouse) at Laguna Gloria
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Susurrus (an obscure onomatopoeic word meaning a whispering or rustling sound) is Scottish playwright David Leddy’s audio/theater experiment that turns a walk in the park into […]
A gathering in the Orly Genger installation for an evening celebrating restaurants as sites of creativity and community. View Spinning Plates, a documentary about three […]
Enjoy the fine art of a contemporary picnic brunch while checking out newly commissioned sculptures by Liam Gillick and Marianne Vitale. Advance tickets recommended. Tickets […]
The Art School hosts artist Kensuke Yamada for the fifth annual Visiting Ceramic Artist Program. During a free public talk Yamada will discuss how he […]
Utilizing the abandoned evidence of quotidian human existence as raw material, Marianne Vitale transforms decaying elements of rural life into rugged visual poems alluding to […]
A sparse aesthetic vocabulary belies conceptual complexity in the work of Liam Gillick in which distilled elements of utopian modernism, power ideology, social interaction, and […]
Joining in the Texas Biennial 2013 as one of the event’s 80 participating organizations, The Contemporary Austin will presents Erin Curtis: Furthest West at the […]
Research into botanical-based pharmaceuticals led to stylized portraits of plants used in cancer-fighting drugs.
A group exhibition explores the integration of natural and technological systems.
The first-ever Aoa-Arthouse Sound Series kicks off with Concerto Laguna, Travis Weller’s site-specific composition for solo cellist Leanne Zacharias and an orchestra of steel bells. […]
Menchaca’s animated video, Codex Migratus Animatus interprets current events along the U.S.-Mexico border through the exploits of a cast of cartoon animals inspired by pre-Columbian […]
Two types of rain drawings by Bethany Johnson and wall drawings by Ann Tarantino utilize elements of chance and explore novel techniques of drawing. Curated […]
Combining traditional metalsmithing materials such as copper, silver, bronze, and steel, with dried sheep innards to explore the complex relationship between food and the body. […]
The latest installment of the ongoing Collection Selections series highlighting works from the museum’s permanent collection is 21 photographs, sculptures, installations, and paintings by 16 […]
Break out the glass slippers and red cloaks for this free screening of fairytale-inspired films in the enchanted forest of Laguna Gloria. Co-presented by AMOA-Arthouse […]
Exploding abstractions beginning with images culled from vintage interior design magazines.
Showcases pieces from AMOA-Arthouse’s newly-acquired Barrett Collection of work by Texas artists.
An artist designed nine-hole miniature golf course on the grounds of Laguna Gloria. Participating artists for Art on the Green include Boozefox, D-CRAIN Design and […]
This DVD screening includes a selection of experimental films by Joseph Cornell, along with the only existing footage of the assemblage artist in his studio.
Sculptors Lauren Fensterstock and Steve Wiman respond to the unique natural, architectural, and historical features of Laguna Gloria with site-specific installations throughout the Driscoll Villa. […]
The Austin Museum of Arthouse has announced it’s first show as a combined entity: Buster Graybill: Progeny of Tush Hog. This indoor and outdoor exhibition […]
Exploring the twelve-acre grounds overlooking Lake Austin, this exhibit presents Austin artists who have a connection with the landscape. Look out for a site-specific works […]