George Washington Carver Museum and Cultural Center
February 2 - 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."
An exhibition exploring ideas of personal identity in America. Featuring works by Deborah Roberts, James Maurelle, Nydia Blas and Christina Coleman.
“Austin Zine Fest is an Austin-based not-for-profit that celebrates regional zinesters and independent publications through an annual festival of the same name as well as...Read More
“Earlier this year, through a survey and focus groups, the City asked Austin creatives (individuals and nonprofit organizations) how they use current creative sector resources...Read More
New works from Nigerian artist Olaniyi R. Akindiya (Akirash). “Saje Nwa?” means “How is the market?”.
A dual exhibit of traditional and contemporary Yoruba art featuring traditional carvers: Olowe of Ise, Dada Areogun, and Bamgboye of Odo-Owa and, contemporary artist Christopher...Read More
The George Washington Carver Museum showcases an exhibit of paintings by Werllayne Nunes, a painter from Brazil who is currently living in Austin. The work...Read More
Arthouse at the Jones Center presents a free public lecture by Sina Najafi at the George Washington Carver Museum & Cultural Center in the Boyd...Read More
Hou Hanru, Director of Exhibitions & Public Programs and Chair of the Exhibitions & Museum Studies Program, San Francisco Art Institute; Curator, 2009 Biennale de Lyon,...Read More
SA artist, Appelin-Williams, shows media collages assembled on Army surplus (shooting) targets. Don