Elisabet Ney Museum
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A family art event featuring live music, demonstrations, exceptional art activities, caricatures, and more.
A show of 3-D portrait works by Austin artist Dana Younger.
A show of works and an artist talk by Austin-based artist Neta Bomani.
A show of works and an artist talk by Houston ceramics artist Angel Oloshove. Meet Her Hands is produced in collaboration between #BossbabesATX and the Elisabet...Read More
“Join #BossbabesATX and the Elisabet Ney Museum for the first installment of Meet Her Hands, featuring an exhibition of works by Austin artist Roshi K....Read More
Come out to the Elisabet Ney Museum and trade art with your fellow Austin artists.
An event featuring live music, food, an opening celebration for two public sculptures, and booths from various Austin art and social groups.
A celebration of artist, L. Renee Nunez’s new public outdoor sculpture on the Elisabet Ney Museum campus.
“Austin artist Aron Taylor will construct several Face Trace panels–4X8 sheets of plexiglass in frames, at which two people sit on opposite sides. On the...Read More
An event exploring the ideas of portraiture. The event will feature caricatures, art activities, food trucks, and more.
Artist Jenn Hassin will speak about her work and her process for creating art.
Austin-based artist Arielle Austin will discuss her process of making art. “Austin’s work explores the intimate relationship between subject and viewer with layers, texture and details,...Read More
An event where artists are encouraged to trade, swap, and give away tools, supplies, and art.
An artist talk with sculptor Christina Coleman. The events will be outside on the banks of Waller Creek, the location of Elisabet Ney’s salons.
A day of music, food trucks, crafting and more. Featuring music from SeVana Marimba, Miss Lavelle White, BettySoo, Molly Burch, and Nina Diaz of Girl in...Read More
An exhibition by Austin-based artist Jenn Hassin.
A large-scale participatory installation by artist Nancy Mims. The grounds of the museum will become the artist’s medium, consisting of photographs printed on cloth, found object,...Read More