Art Austin is a collective of Austin galleries, museums, art spaces, art events, and self-guided art tours.
Art Austin is your guide to Austin art.
Davis Gallery & Framing embraces the idea that the arts possess a unique capability to positively impact its community. Beyond the strong messages on display in our gallery, we are committed to consistently partnering with and raising funds for local charities, non-profits, and like-minded organizations.
Stephen L. Clark Gallery
The Stephen L. Clark Gallery was established in 1994 and is located in a unique 19th-century building in the heart of Austin, TX at W. Sixth and Baylor Streets. The gallery specializes in Fine Art photographs with an emphasis on Contemporary work, with access to national and international vintage work as well.
Wally Workman Gallery
Established in 1980 and located in a 120 year old historic house, the Wally Workman Gallery specializes in emerging and collected talent. Known for encouraging their artists’ professional and creative growth, the gallery has advanced local artists onto the national stage for decades.
Artworks Gallery will help you find the perfect combination to compliment your art, decor, and taste. Offering original paintings in oil, watercolor, gouache, and acrylic, fine crafts, and bronze and glass sculptures. Providing all aspects of picture framing, art, object, and frame restoration, art consulting, picture hanging services.
Art Galleries at Black Studies (AGBS)
AGBS is a collecting institution whose mission is to acquire, preserve, interpret, exhibit, and otherwise make accessible modern and contemporary art and cultural materials from Africa and the African Diaspora for the benefit of a variety of audiences. AGBS includes two principal galleries and six project spaces, its exhibitions and programs serve communities on and off UT Austin campus and engage with the larger art worlds.
West Chelsea Contemporary (WCC)
West Chelsea Contemporary offers world-class art in a dynamic, interactive setting. WCC produces museum-quality exhibitions year-round with programming that is free and open to the public. With a local, national, and international roster of represented artists, WCC situates artwork from the primary market alongside a highly curated selection of pieces from the secondary market.
Central Library Gallery
The Central Library Gallery features rotating art exhibits from local and national artists with the mission of promoting and supporting local artists and art communities, increasing access and awareness of contemporary and diverse forms of art, and providing exhibitions in which a wide variety of identities and interests are represented. The Gallery space can be used for community programs and rented for private events.
Austin Fine Art Gallery
Women & Their Work
Women & Their Work is a nonprofit visual and performing arts organization located in Central Austin that serves as a catalyst for new ideas in contemporary art created by women living and working in Texas and beyond. For over 40 years, Women & Their Work has brought groundbreaking art to Austin, with exhibitions, performances, and educational workshops.
Cloud Tree Studios & Gallery
Cloud Tree was founded by artist and furniture maker Brian David Johnson along with the help of his sister Laura Lynn Johnson. The space’s mission is to be a vibrant and diverse cultural location and warm gathering place to not only showcase great work, but provide an affordable venue for performance, community, and other celebrations.
Modern Rocks Gallery
Modern Rocks Gallery is dedicated to rare, iconic rock n’ roll photography and curated shows from the world’s most recognized photographers and artists. For over a decade, owner Steven Walker, former member of Modern English, has evolved the gallery into a trusted establishment that attracts private collectors, interior designers, art consultants, and high-profile projects from Austin and abroad.
Dimension Gallery is dedicated to showcasing sculptural and three dimensional art. Also provides assistance to artists in accessing City of Austin Cultural Arts funding. The goal is to not only exhibit art, but to empower artists to fund the creation of their work, considering the more intensive studio practices often involved in generating sculpture.
Link & Pin Gallery
The concept of Link & Pin is a progressive “artist-influenced” space offering artists not only a place to show their work but also a community they can be a part of and have an impact on. The name, Link & Pin, is a term that describes the old-fashioned way of hitching rail cars together. It reflects both the space’s proximity to a railroad track and describes the way the artists will be uniquely linked together.
Lydia Street Gallery
Lydia Street Gallery is a contemporary fine arts gallery located in the heart of the East End IBIZ district in central east Austin. The gallery specializes in mid and late-career artists from Austin and beyond. Lydia Street hopes to provide artists the attention they deserve and a welcoming place for the community to engage in the beautiful, challenging, mystifying world of art.
grayDUCK strives to exhibit the work of exceptional artists while creating a welcoming place for everyone: viewers, artists and neighbors. Monthly shows highlight artist’s work from a broad range of experience, both locally and nationally. The inviting space with a modern sensibility is a beautiful place for artwork, poetry readings, film, music and performance, a place where art is integral to everyday life.
Yard Dog Art Gallery
Yard Dog Gallery offers fine art, pop art, & folky art from the US, Canada, Europe, and Australia. When we opened in 1995, we were showing folk art from the Deep South. Our name, Yard Dog, was chosen to evoke that. Nowadays we show work by artists from all over the world whose work we love, regardless of categories.
ICOSA is an artist-run nonprofit space that showcases a diverse range of contemporary art and programming. ICOSA is committed to providing exhibition space free of the constraints of the traditional gallery model, as well as a platform for dialoguing with audiences. ICOSA’s culture empowers artists to develop their creative and professional ambitions, continuously culminating in a wide range of events as well as in cooperative partnerships with diverse organizations.
Ivester Contemporary is a contemporary fine art gallery committed to connecting people with leading local and regional artists and ideas. Our goal is to promote meaningful experiences with the visual arts so that artists can continue to engage with an ever-growing audience. It is our belief that through the arts we are offered the space and opportunity to form a deeper relationship to ourselves, to each other, and to the world.
At Unchained.Art our mission is to break down barriers, to make contemporary art accessible across borders to a wide audience, while supporting emerging and established artists. We are committed to providing a platform for international artists whose work challenges, inspires and creates deep emotional connections; to fostering a dynamic and genuine dialogue between the artists, art enthusiasts and collectors as well as the broader community.
Flatbed Center for Contemporary Printmaking is dedicated to creating and promoting the art and craft of the original print, and to inform and broaden the audience for it. Flatbed also operates a separate open community studio, known as Community Press, where it mentors, educates, explores and seeks to expand the role of traditional and innovative printmaking.
Austin Art Garage
Austin Art Garage was created to bring artists into the spotlight and expose their talents. View all prices and varieties of art, and select from a wide variety of styles without the sales pressure. By infusing common sense business and marketing practices, we aim to expose emerging artists while giving customers a no-hassle system to find and purchase a variety of affordable one-of-a-kind art works.
Dougherty Arts Center
The Dougherty Arts Center has been the Heart of the Arts in Austin since 1978. Experience the environment of Austin’s oldest community arts venue through theater, music and dance performances, art exhibits, events, and studio arts programs for youth and adults. We support emerging through established artists by creating opportunities to showcase work and experience art first hand.
Ao5 Gallery is Austin’s largest contemporary art gallery, and has been committed to bringing a wide selection of accessible fine art to Austin since 1998. The gallery has artists from six of the seven continents. With multiple artist receptions and events each month, there is always something new to see and experience, even for frequent visitors.
Blanton Museum of Art
As the primary art collection for the city of Austin, the Blanton Museum of Art is a major resource for the community. With more than 21,000 works in the collection, the Blanton showcases art from across the ages, from ancient Greek pottery to abstract expressionism. With a year-round schedule of traveling exhibitions, art lovers are sure to discover new and old favorites at the Blanton.
The Contemporary Austin - Jones Center
When you visit The Contemporary Austin – Jones Center, you are greeted by a glittering work of art floating above the roofline and visible from the street below. This now-iconic sculpture, Jim Hodges’s With Liberty and Justice for All (A Work in Progress), sets the stage for what you will experience inside: a dynamic schedule of exhibitions in nearly 8,000 square-feet of museum space.
The Contemporary Austin - Laguna Gloria
Walking through the gates of The Contemporary Austin – Laguna Gloria you feel like you’ve been transported far from the bustle of the city—although you are only five miles from downtown. Venture through the grounds to discover art by contemporary artists from around the world, from awe-inspiring monumental sculptures to quiet moments with art in nature along meditative wooded pathways.
Harry Ransom Center
Take your mind on an adventure. The Ransom Center is an internationally renowned humanities research center at The University of Texas at Austin. Our extensive collections provide unique insight into the creative process of some of our finest writers and artists, deepening the understanding and appreciation of literature, photography, film, art, and the performing arts. Arrive with curiosity. Leave with inspiration.
The Mexic‐Arte Museum is dedicated to enriching the community through education programs, exhibitions, and the collection, preservation, and interpretation of Mexican, Latino, and Latin American art and culture for visitors of all ages. The Museum’s permanent collection includes over 5,000 important historical and contemporary works. We strive to improve the quality of life in Texas through innovative exhibitions and educational programming.