The Museum of Human Achievement

The Museum of Human Achievement

http://themuseumofhumanachievement.com/

262-880-6982

For the address, go here: http://bit.ly/1Um9x0O

Austin, TX

CURRENT

Bravadoa

The Museum of Human Achievement

October 27, 2017 | 7–9 pm

"Bravadoa is a new collaboration between visual artist Terri Thomas and media artist Scott Stark to introduce a new form of intimacy. The expanded cinema project posits notions of trust, vulnerability and self-reflexivity within a symbolic playful, consensual, somatic sphere." For more information, go here.There will be three performances: 7, 7:45 & 8:30pm.

Work In Progress

The Museum of Human Achievement

September 9 - October 29, 2017

Fleet's Work In Progress is "a pop-up shop calling attention to the unseen labor of today’s marketable craft aesthetic." Fleet is an artist collective based in Austin, Texas that includes Michael Colaianni, Haley Hill, Brooke Johnson, Emily Lee, Tín Rodriguez, and Connor Walden. This show is put on by Cage Match Projects.



PAST

Butter on the Latch

The Hyperreal Film Club Summer Series presents a screening of the 2013 film Butter on the Latch.

The Highest Grossing Film of 1994

“Produced alongside the political theatre of 2017, The Highest Grossing Film of 1994 approaches issues of capital, entertainment and collapse. Examining pop-culture fantasies of wealth...

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F*CK TR*MP

A screening of avant-garde films by Martha Colburn, Arthur Lipsett, Bryan Boyce, Tom Katlin, Christina Battle, Jason Halprin and others, including an anonymous home movie of...

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Ryan Hawk: Surface Topologies

A pop-up show of video and sound works by Ryan Hawk. “This exhibition marks the culmination of one-year of research from Hawk into the material history...

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Chuck E Cheese for the 22nd Century

An evening of existential video games, live music, and savory refreshments (i.e. adult Chuck E Cheese). Presented by Juegos Rancheros and MoHA.

CHRISTMAS ON EARTH / BLONDE COBRA

A double feature of films from 1963. This program includes: polymorphic perversity, sexual experimentation, and improvisatory acts of absurdity. Presented by Pastelegram and Experimental Response Cinema.

A Sponge & A Sigh

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...

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A CHRISTMAS CAROL

“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...

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GHOSTING.TV

“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...

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Non-Grata

This will take place “in a huge cage in the parking lot.”

Just Some Me Time…

“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...

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Performance Tapes no. 2

“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...

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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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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.

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