The Museum of Human Achievement

The Museum of Human Achievement


3600 Lyons Road

Austin, TX 78702


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Art On Video

“A multi-media presentation of audiovisual recordings by Ángel Delgado-Reyes of 17 performances by improvisational quartet Art Acevedo, captured between April 2014 and July 2015 at...

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The Couple in the Cage

A screening of documentation from a 1992-1993 performance by Coco Fusco and Guillermo Gómez-Peña. Acting as natives from a newly discovered island in the Gulf of  Mexico, the pair exposed...

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Texas Towers

An exhibition of new work by MoHA’s artist in residence, Wade Schaming. Schaming forms his sculptures by stacking found materials, creating delicate juxtapositions and balanced...

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Sentinel: Temple of Self-Awareness

An interactive, projection-mapped lightscape by Brooklyn-based multimedia artist, Julia Sinelnikova, serving as a metaphor for the fragmented qualities of modern communication.

Phill Niblock and Katherine Liberovskaya

An audiovisual performance by renowned New York avant-garde minimalist composer Phill Niblock with live video projections by Canadian media artist Katherine Liberovskaya, plus experimental synth composer Rick Reed...

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Infinity + Infinity

Exploring both the heartaches and joys of long-term commitment, these unique interactive, multimedia performances feature Austin-based singer-songwriter Elizabeth McQueen and her EMQ ensemble with interactive...

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Altar IV: 1986

The latest Altar performance from the Museum of Human Achievement features a journal purportedly written by Jeremiah Elder, “a 16 year old American who is...

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Altar III: The Living Room

Media artists Bill Baird and Taurin Barrera have created a fictional character, Rick Boss, “the most successful real estate realtor in the history of Boise,...

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Altar is an ongoing series pairing a visual artist and a performance-based artist. This iteration sees musicians Cole Bee Wilson and Cody J. Wilson creating...

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Calculated Carelessness

An installation art piece incorporating music, interactive sculpture and projection, conceived by Austin multi-instrumentalist Lauren Gurgiolo (Okkervil River, Dialtones). Inspired by Soren Kierkegaard’s work, The...

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A project conceived by percussionist Nick Hennies (Weird Weeds, Waco Girls, Austin New Music Co-op) for percussion, electronics and architectural design collaboratively composed by Hennies,...

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