Austin Art Events

Current Events

No Me Olivdes: Artist Talk

Host: Big Medium, 916 Springdale Rd, Bldg 2 #101

Date: March 28, 6-7p

Please join us for a talk with the artists of No Me Olvides. All eight participating artists will reflect on being a Latino artist in Austin, share their experience producing art here, and how the city and creative landscape has changed through the years.

Artists include Alejandra Almuelle, JC Amorrortu, Cecilia Colomé, Fidencio Durán, Carlos Lowry, Peter F. Ortiz, and Elvira Sarmiento.

 

Dreamlife Bash

Host: Women & Their Work, The Daphne House, 1419 Newning Ave

Date: April 6, 2019, 7-11p

DreamLife will celebrate the many ways that artists, past and present, female and male, have found dreams to be a source of inspiration and a space for exploring the imagination. They’ve welcomed dreams as provocateurs, as geneses for new work. By actualizing the subconscious, artists have shown us what dreaming looks like: from portrayals of sleepers and dreamers in bed, to the dreamscapes in our minds, to the configuration of visual symbols that create narratives. The subconscious is fantastically colorful, acutely personal, and a universal experience: though not everyone is an artist, everyone makes art in their dreams.

Landmarks Bike Docent-led Bike Tour 

Host: Landmarks – UT, 27th Street Garage; 109 W. 27th Street
Date: April 7, 11a-1p

The two-hour, two-mile adventure will begin at OBP’s headquarters in the ground floor of the 27th Street Garage. The group will bike through campus with a guide and a Landmarks Docent and explore public art at The University of Texas at Austin. This tour is a fun way to see campus, talk about art, and enjoy the weather. The ride will be at a leisurely pace!

Space is limited! Reserve your spot by Friday, 4 April at landmarks@austin.utexas.edu.

Beth Campbell Opening and Q&A

Host: Landmarks – UT, ART Building, 2301 San Jacinto Boulevard, Room 1.102

Date: April 11, 5:30p

Copy: Join Landmarks to celebrate the opening of Beth Campbell’s newest commission, Spontaneous future(s), Possible past with a free Q&A with the artist, moderated by theorist Timothy Morton.

Q&A with Casey Reas and Bob Sabiston

Host: Landmarks – UT, ART Building, 2301 San Jacinto Boulevard, Room 1.102

Date: April 26, 5:30-6:30p
Join Landmarks for a Q&A with Landmarks artist Casey Reas, and Austin filmmaker Bob Sabiston on the topic of rotoscoping, a technique where artists trace photographic images to create an animation.

 

2019 International Art Tour

Host: CAMIBA art, 2000 East 6th Street

Traveling to both national and international destinations, CAMIBAart Tours explores the world with an eye on the artistic side of life.

Our excursions give tour goers an intimate glimpse at the process behind the masterpiece as well as the artists themselves.

If you love casual, exciting, enlightening travel and you love art, these are the tours for you.