Dougherty Arts Center
June 8 - 29, 2016
"Biological Effect explores secrets about life hiding in nano-units in the world of cellular and molecular biology. With simple and organic forms creating intricate networks, lively and full of energy, Yamin Li exposes the untouchable world beyond our daily life, a mystery that keeps drawing her back for another look into our existence."
An exhibition of works by students from ACC’s art program.
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...Read More
An exhibition of works by six artists who live in Wimberley, Texas. The exhibition explores their individual vision of their environment through changing perspectives and un-naturalistic...Read More
An exhibition of macro close-up portraits of insects and spiders taken by Austin photographer Michelle Dapra Atkinson over the past decade.
The Creative Arts Society of Austin puts on its 15th anniversary exhibition with a “family-friendly exhibit,” including pastels, oil, watercolor, acrylics, fiber art, photography, stained...Read More
Work from Austin Community College’s art, art metals and jewelry departments.
Sacred Spaces explores the movement of the human body through architectural sculpture and gestural mark-making.
The Dougherty Arts Center’s Open House. The program includes Austin City Ballet, Dance Discovery, ArtsReach, Poetry Slam, Atash, and Class Act Dance, plus acting, ceramics...Read More
A solo show reflecting Palmer’s thoughts on the subjects of buildings and culture, buildings and the environment, and they way in which our constructed world...Read More
Art showcasing the diversity and versatility of mixed media and encaustic as a technique, organized by Texas Wax Arts, an encaustic-advocacy org that sponsors workshops,...Read More
48 pieces by 22 artists includes examples of stitchery, felting, papermaking, weaving, fabric painting and dying.
“Narrative portraits searching for connectivity” and “sculptures created to explore the intersection between the divine and human”
The 35th annual Austin Community College Student Art Exhibition showcases student work that is selected by faculty members within the ACC Art Program. This year’s...Read More
The Julia C. Butridge Gallery presents the exhibition Done/Undone with works by Andrew Long. The exhibition consists of twenty-eight new abstract paintings that are richly...Read More
Women Printmakers of Austin: 2010 Multiple Originals XV is an annual exhibit at The Julia C. Butridge Gallery featuring recent work from participating members. Also...Read More
Shawn Camp, Steve Dubov and Heather Tolleson form the Austin collective, Telos! At the Telos exhibition at the Julia C. Burtridge Gallery in the Dougherty...Read More
Eve Whitaker presents drawings, paintings, and dolls created over the last three years while caring for her aging father. The series included in her exhibition...Read More
The Julia C. Butridge Gallery at the Dougherty Arts Center unleashes a group show with new works by Charles Bersola (junk sculptor), Patrick Yang (professional...Read More
The 34th annual student exhibition will feature drawings, paintings, prints, photography, ceramic and sculpture selected by the Art Faculty of Austin Community College!
The Julia C. Butridge Gallery presents the 34th annual student exhibition with works selected by the Art Faculty of Austin Community College. The work in...Read More
A traditional office space is stripped and replaced with an installation of reused and recycled materials like computer components, cathode lights, LED computer case fans,...Read More
John Mulvany is the founder and co-editor of Cantanker magazine and was featured in the 2009 Texas Biennial. His exhibition The Stations of the West...Read More
Texas Photographic Society presents a group exhibition of amateur and professional photographers juried by, yes, the Jamie Lee Curtis.
Dougherty Arts Center has brought together brothers Andrew and Michael Long for this summertime exhibit. Michael is a photographer from Santa Fe, while Andrew is...Read More