The Museum of Human Achievement
February 12 - 22, 2016
The second annual exchange between graduate students at UT Austin and RISD. Artists in this exhibition include: Zachary Betts, Zach Meisner, Anne Rogers, Rachael Starbuck, Annie May Johnston, Makia Sharp, Devra Freelander, Zachary See, Maggie Hazen, William Udell, and Jared Akerstrom.The second component of the exhibition will open at The Wurks in Providence, RI on Friday March 18th and include artists: Ryan Hawk, Rachel Stuckey, Elizabeth McClellan, Micheal Muelhaupt, Bryan Martello, Zack Ingram, Gracelee Lawrence, Caitlin Halloran, Bobby Anspach, Jeffrey Allen, Nicholas Missel, Julia Betts, Ellie Tomlinson, and Claudio Vidal Kocksch.
“A collection of realtime audio and video performances exploring approaches to coding, building, bending, breaking, and the exploitation of strange, dirty and DIY electronics.”
“Aaron Blount (of Knife in the Water), A. Sinclair, Reaganometry and, of course, Wes Coleman & special guests will provide musical merriment with a special...Read More
An exhibition of sweaters.
“Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol starring American Sharks, B L A C K I E, Silent Diane, and Sweet Spirit. This experience will include dinner...Read More
“We present work from a carefully curated selection of artists. This is not a traditional screening, it’s more like going to a show. Work is...Read More
This will take place “in a huge cage in the parking lot.”
“As a culmination of their research, the Applied Self Instruction Foundation has designed this comprehensive exhibition to allow for maximum self-reflection. In the interest of...Read More
“In this second iteration of Performance Tapes, Pastelegram will screen the early works of experimental dance pioneer and postmodern choreographer, Trisha Brown. A founding member...Read More
Speed dating + Fluxus art + Anthropomorphic Costume Competition. What’s not to love? Get tickets here.
An evening of music, film and animation.
“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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
An interactive, projection-mapped lightscape by Brooklyn-based multimedia artist, Julia Sinelnikova, serving as a metaphor for the fragmented qualities of modern communication.
A themed group exhibition for which 20 artists were given computers to live with and alter as they wish. Features work by Zonodon Andersonocerous, Blair...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
Six Austin-based photographers document the bands, fans, and venues that make the Austin music scene special. Including photos from: Steven Rudd, Tammy Perez, Trent Maxwell,...Read More
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...Read More
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,...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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,...Read More