Women & Their Work
November 18 - January 11, 2018
"In Good Days & Bad Days on the Internet, Rachel Stuckey dissects the emotional pull of technology using performative video, projection mapping, video signal manipulation, and custom software. The works employ various methods of engagement with technology, ranging from commercial seduction to addiction and entrapment to the intoxication of the unknown."
“In large paintings, photographs, performance, and a 16mm film, Denise Prince seeks to lay bare the outsized role that fantasy plays in the construction of...Read More
From the gallery: “In her exhibition, Where You End and I Begin, Laura Lit creates portraits that capture the likeness, specific expression, and telling moments...Read More
An exhibition of new wearable hair sculptures by Abby Bagby. The pieces in the exhibition question “societal and personal understandings of feminism, ambition, and beauty through...Read More
A screening featuring Lynn Hershman Leeson’s documentary ! War exploring the rise women in the arts. “From the cultural awareness sparked by the Feminist Movement of...Read More
An exhibition of video works by Austin-based artist Liz Rodda. The pieces in the show source clips from YouTube and introduce voice-overs that attempt to “reframe the images...Read More
“In Studies for Future Objects, Ana Esteve Llorens examines space and form through sculpture by creating an ambitious 20-foot long structure made of interlocking wooden...Read More
For Plastic Planet, Calder Kamin has created sculptures of animals using repurposed plastic bags. Additionally, through the run of the show, Kamin will lead educational programs in that...Read More
An exhibition of prints, text, and found objects by Ann Johnson. Converse: Real Talk invites audiences to discuss real issues such as issues in the town of...Read More
Work by Alyssa Taylor Wendt that explores “the nature of desire and the symbiotic relationship between the person as a subject of longing and the yearning...Read More
An exhibition of works by Abhidnya Ghuge. Manipulating henna patterning, Ghuge transforms woodblock prints into structures that immerse and consume the viewer.
An exhibition of new, site specific drawings and installations by New York-based artist Kira Lynn Harris examining visual representations of the city in contemporary culture.
An exhibition of artist Olivia Martin Moore’s immersive installation incorporating ephemera collected while in Berlin with more traditional sculpture materials, as well as sound and...Read More
A talk with Author Carol Flake Chapman discussing her book, Written in Water: A Memoir of Love, Death and Mystery, joined by artist Gale Gassiot...Read More
An exhibition of drawings and found object installations by artist Hollis Hammonds–accumulations of imagery comprising both reconstructed personal memory and manufactured fantasy.
A sneak preview screening of Canine Soldiers, a powerful documentary that explores the intimate bond between soldier handlers and their military working dogs. Limited seating,...Read More
Akiko Kotani is a Hawaii native who is currently based in Pittsburg, where her delicate installations won her the Artist of the Year award at...Read More
Wilkes’s geometric paintings are based on graphic design patterns from the 1960’s. Her use of symmetrical arrangements and unexpected color combinations create simulations of kaleidoscopic...Read More
O’Connor appropriates idealized American landscapes to suggest how nostalgia, fantasy, and pop culture influence our perceptions. A huge, geodesic dome will create a surreal cave...Read More
Wendy Wagner creates a distinctive make-believe “Wendy World” world using painting, drawing, ceramic, soft sculpture and animation, embracing youthful innocence.
Lauren Kelley’s absurd, jittery and endearing animated narratives tinkering with ideals of youth, race and place.
A happy hour and panel discussion with art collectors Becky Beaver, Gilberto Cardenas, and Mary Evelyn Daughety, who will share their passion for art.
Sculptural animals are frozen in a moment of ultimate humiliation, covered with what appears to be frosting, flowers, and bows.
An entertaining look at the art of our time. 4 artists – 15 minutes each: Sally Weber, Ben Aqua, Terri Thomas, and Hector Hernandez.
Bajuyo transforms the gallery into an enveloping vortex of reflective CDs.
Guggenheim Fellow Wura-Natasha Ogunji, The Austin Project’s Florinda Bryant, Ballet Afrique’s Sadé M. Jones and the UT Hispanic Caribbean Ensemble’s Natasha Mevs-Korff for a free...Read More
Eerie large scale home portraits by a regional artist also known for her food trailer, ChiliQueens, parked in downtown San Antonio.
Lubbock-based artist Christie Blizard lives and sleeps in her studio; she actually saw a white buffalo when she was 16, and it forever changed her...Read More
Frick hand-builds rhythmic works and installations from modest materials that stimulate the neural processing of memory. Recycled cardboard, hand towels, junk mail, gallery cards, old...Read More
Dr. Melinda Barlow, Associate Professor of Film Studies at the University of Colorado, Boulder, explores the ways women have used art, film, found objects and...Read More
Graybill invents and sculpts fictional organisms that graft onto manufactured domestic objects and infest the nooks and crannies of their “host” architectural spaces.
A conversation between Dr. Marianna Adler, psychologist-psychoanalyst, Dr. Gemma Marangoni Ainslie psychologist-psychoanalyst and artist Margaret Meehan, whose workis on view at Women and Their Work....Read More
Boxing, werewolf syndrome, and pretty white dresses meld in Margaret Meehan’s photographs and installations derived from 19th c. cabinet cards.