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Beer & Tacos With The Artists

Host: ICOSA Gallery, 916 Springdale Road, Bldg. 2, #102

When: January 8, 2022, 12-3pm

ICOSA is happy to host: Beer & Tacos With The Artists, this Saturday January 8th from 12-3pm. Artists Jonas Criscoe & Sarah Hirneisen will be on hand to discuss the inspirations and processes behind the work in their current exhibition: Worn, Torn, Cut & Calloused.


Crit Nites at ICOSA Gallery: Session #4

Host: ICOSA Gallery, 916 Springdale Road, Bldg. 2, #102

When: January 15, 2022, 7-10 pm, Register Here

In the supportive spirit of The Contemporary Austin’s Crit Group program, artists and the public are invited to take part in Crit Nites, an inclusive opportunity for contemporary working artists to discuss their work and build relationships.

After a successful virtual series of Crit Nites, local art organizations ICOSA Collective and concept animals aim to continue fortifying the Austin art community through ongoing in-person Crit Nites events.

This program is facilitated by Hayley Labrum Morrison , Casey Alfstad , Darcie Book , and Jonas Criscoe.

Guest Critics: Ryan Runcie, Artist / Kevin Ivester, Owner, Ivester Contemporary


ArtsResponders: Social Practice Responds to COVID-19

Host: Dougherty Arts Center, Self guided Art Exhibition Map here

When: Ongoing

Spring is coming and many of us are looking for fun, safe, and socially distant activities to do with our friends and family. Well, look no further! As part of a socially engaged project, ArtsResponders artists Caroline Walker and Sarah Wilson have installed public artworks at several outdoor locations across Austin. Hop in the car and spend the afternoon finding artworks created with love and honor.

Sarah Wilson and Caroline Walker were selected by the Dougherty Arts Center to participate in ArtsResponders: Social Practice Responds to COVID-19, a program established by the Austin Parks & Recreations Department, Museums & Cultural Programs Division. Sarah Wilson created Essentials, a large scale portrait series wheat pasted on buildings across Austin celebrating womxn in essential service. Caroline Walker has created Collective Voices using the numerous submissions from Austinites highlighting the people and routines that have helped get them through this last year. You can learn more about the program and their artwork here.

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