Calendar of Events

Upcoming

Nov 20

  • 32. Arthur Simone — Bot Party

    Nov 20 — 10am-7pm

    Arthur Simone is an actor, artist and co-founder of Austin’s ColdTowne Theater. He has been a finalist for the Hunting Art Prize for his abstract expressionist oils on canvas. In 2013, Arthur began the study of robotics and electronics, resulting in the creation of Bot Party, a humanist collective of artists and engineers, exploring the intersection of Art, Technology and Education through live comedic performance with humans and robots.

  • 208. Maker Faire Austin — Govalle Elementary

    Nov 20 — 11am-6pm

    Maker Faire Austin is sponsoring a hands-on happening at Govalle Elementary School. Featuring a mega-sized version of a handheld marble maze, robotic art, power tool drag racing, a drone fly zone, and more. Brought to you by local makers and interactive artists, Maker Faire Austin is the Greatest Show (and Tell) on Earth—a family-friendly festival of invention, Part science fair, part county fair, and part something entirely new.

  • 64. Yvonne Montero and Terra Schneider — A Taste of Spread — Luna House

    Nov 20 — 1-6pm

    A hunger for pleasure. SPREAD is all about finding satisfaction through exploring the relationship humans have with the ritual of mealtime. We are in the process of building an evocative, image-centric cookbook and will be exhibiting prints of some of the photography we have created over the last six months. There will also be an interactive element featuring bodies and cuisine to indulge your senses. Come with an appetite. There will be a cocktail hour and each night we will screen a food related art film.

  • 440. Michael Anthony García — El Capacitor: TEMPO commissioned work for Austin AIPP

    Nov 20 — 4-6pm

    Public performances by community of poetry, music, etc sponsored by TEMPO program.

  • M. The Six Square District Tour

    Nov 20 — 5pm

    Presented by Six Square Austin’s Black Cultural District – The District unites more than 15 Artists and 4 venues to showcase some of Austin’s best, while we celebrate our community and our culture. The Tour starts at The District Gallery from 5-6pm, then moves on down to The Dedrick Hamilton House from 6-7pm, leading to The Historic Victory Grill at 7pm and Kenny Dorham’s Backyard at 8pm for East Austin Studio Tour Closing Celebrations!

  • N. Victory Lap: Official East Closing Party Capitol View Arts

    Nov 20 — 7-10pm

    Join us at the Historic Victory Grill for the official closing celebration of the East Austin Studio Tour! Enjoy an evening of free live art, live music, comedy, storytelling and drinks!

East Weekends

  • 322. Autumn Ewalt — "Hyperprism" — Govalle Neighborhood Park

    East Weekends — 10am-12pm & 2-5pm

    Hyperprism is an original work designed by Autumn Ewalt and commissioned by the City of Austin for the AIPP 2016 TEMPO Program. The sculpture is comprised of metal panels and crystal prisms that refract light to artificially create a natural phenomenon, rainbows. Her works utilize light both physically and conceptually to create immersive environments for the viewer that allow moments of wonder.

  • F. The Coalition Exhibition Expedition Presented by MoHA and Transform

    Nov 12-13 & 19-20 — 11am & 3pm

    *Official Unauthorized East Austin Studio Tour Tour 2016* A series of guided tours exploring the underbelly of Austin’s art community. Choose your tour time and guide! Guides include Erica Nix, Emily Lowe, Sean Ripple, Free Beer, Daniel Webb, Michael Anthony Garcia, and TAMMY AND TAMPA BAYE NOW AND FOREVER. Details on individual tour times and guides vary. Learn more at themuseumofhumanachievement.com/tour. $20 per person. Space will be limited to 8 people per tour, please secure reservations in advance.

  • B. Guided Audible Tours — izi.TRAVEL

    East Weekends — 11am-6pm

    izi.TRAVEL has partnered with Big Medium to create guided tours of select East stops via audible storytelling! Find the free audio tours here: bit.ly/2cIRil3

  • H. CAMP: The Cultural Asset Mapping Project Cultural Arts Division, City of Austin

    East Weekends — 11am-6pm

    Join the City of Austin Economic Development Department for a final exhibition of the culture map created through CAMP: the Cultural Asset Mapping Project. Come explore the CAMP map of all the sites that COA residents identified as important cultural assets in their community as of the summer 2016. The CAMP team will also host a project Q&A on Nov 17 to discuss how this resource can be used by the City and community members alike.

  • 165. Yareth Fernández — Geoscape

    Boggy Creek Greenbelt: Nov 12-13 - 11am-6pm & Edward Rendon Sr Park: Nov 19-20 - 11am-6pm

    Geoscape is a temporary installation commissioned by the city of Austin for Art in Public Places 2016 TEMPO program. The installation will appear at three different locations including Boggy Creek Greenbelt and Edward Rendon Sr. Park. Geoscape, a group of identical triangular pyramids or tetrahedrons are meant to create contrast with the environment while also creating a playful visual geometric pattern.

  • 440. Michael Anthony García — El Capacitor: TEMPO commissioned work for Austin AIPP

    East Weekends — 11am-6pm

    "El Capacitor" is a TEMPO commissioned work at Metz Park that deals with the changes in the neighborhood over the past decade. Its title alludes to a nearby decommissioned power plant & means "a passive element storing power," mirroring the community's potential energy . It consists of flags made from residents' clothes, poles as pseudo conductors & a podium interface to amplify residents' voices.

  • C. Changarritto with Claudia Zapata (Mapache Bear Press) — Mexic-Arte Museum

    East Weekends — 12-3pm

    Changarrito is an art vending cart, conceptualized by artist Maximo Gonzalez as an alternative to the official gallery selection. Faithful to their original, informal spirit, Changarrito’s exist throughout the world, evolving as pop up galleries and forums for the sale of original artwork to the general public, presentation of public programs, special curatorial projects, individual and collective exhibitions.

  • 121. The Projecto — Art Collective

    East Weekends — 12-5pm

    The audience affects an immersive flow state environment using a wearable device. Flow Factory is commissioned by the City of Austin Art in Public Places TEMPO program.

  • 154. Kenny Dorham's Artists in Residence Exhibition — Kenny Dorham's Backyard

    See website for performance times

    Kenny Dorham's Backyard in association with Diverse Arts Culture will present multiple artists and musicians performing in the same space. Live music, food trailers, and an outdoor art exhibit will feature a group show of original fine art and crafts.

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November 10

  • 440. Michael Anthony García — El Capacitor: TEMPO commissioned work for Austin AIPP

    Nov 10 — 5:30-7:30pm

    On Nov 10, attend poetry writing workshops about community, coinciding with the Metz Rec Center's Thanksgiving Dinner. "El Capacitor" is a TEMPO commissioned work at Metz Park that deals with the changes in the neighborhood over the past decade. Its title alludes to a nearby decommissioned power plant & means "a passive element storing power," mirroring the community's potential energy . It consists of flags made from residents' clothes, poles as pseudo conductors & a podium interface to amplify residents' voices.

  • Due East

    Nov 10 — 7-10pm

    Due East is the official kick-off party and fundraiser for the East Austin Studio Tour. Guests of this event receive a 2016 East catalog and are first to experience the opening of the East Group Exhibition, presenting the work of over 400 East artists. Entertainment is provided by performance artist Katelena Hernandez Cowles and Austin Maker Faire. On the menu for Due East 2016 are some of Austin's best restaurants, including La Condesa, Sway, Salt & Time, Hillside Farmacy, Weather Up, and Gelateria Gemelli. Drinks from Tito's Handmade Vodka, Austin Beerworks, The Austin Shaker, Austin Eastciders, Topo Chico, JuiceLand, Wunder-Pilz Kombucha, and Chameleon Cold-Brew are also featured.

Nov 11

  • 420. ARTBASH — The Pershing

    Nov 11 — 7-10pm

    ARTBASH is a single night experience that layers temporary site-specific installations and performance pieces over the existing exhibition at the Pershing to create a dynamic and exciting evening for. It's a fantastic start to the East Austin Studio Tour. The exhibition will feature many of the Alliance’s partners over the past 2 years.

  • 447. East Side Collective — ESC

    Nov 11 — 7pm-12am

    East Side Collective will host an opening reception on November 11th from 7p-12a. We’ll have live music, food and drinks!

  • A. line upon line percussion — steve

    Nov 11 — 8pm

    line upon line employs percussion for fervent, communal experiences that we believe are essential for human beings to thrive. This performance features the work of longtime friend, UT alum and Fast Forward Austin co-founder, Steve Snowden. Three trios and, for a change, each member of line upon line will play a solo. $15 in advance, $18 at door, $10 for students. Tickets available at lineuponlinepercussion.org.

Nov 12

  • Community Breakfast

    Nov 12 — 9:30-11am

    Join us on the first Saturday of the tour for Community Breakfast at the East Group Exhibition. Start your 2016 East with food, drinks, and enjoy a preview of artwork you can see on the tour. Bring your catalog and your appetite! Food and drinks provided by Tito’s Handmade Vodka, JuiceLand, Chameleon Cold Brew, Topo Chico, Thai Fresh, Vegan Nom, El Chilito, Rockstar Bagels, and KIND Snacks. Family friendly activity provided by Austin Maker Faire.

  • 204. Amy D Lux — Utopia Dreamscape — Lupotana

    Nov 12 — 1-5pm

    I will be showing my new studio and transforming my entire home into an installation. After years on tour, living out of a backpack and exploring the world, I recently came back to Austin and am excited about having a dedicated space to transform into the utopia that incubated in my imagination while I was away from my art supplies. This exhibition will be a total domestic transformation to include fine art projects, installation, and lighting design.

  • 160. Elisabeth Healey — little e.a.s.t. — Blackshear Elementary Fine Arts Academy

    Nov 12 — 10am-3pm

    Little e.a.s.t. is a collaborative showcase at Blackshear Elementary Fine Arts Academy featuring East Austin student artwork. The 4th annual “little e.a.s.t.” event is packed full of fun for any art lover. Bring your child for student performances from Shakespeare & Drama Club Improv, a fairy house garden tour, craft stations, student artwork, and much more! A special booth hosted by Google Fiber will feature an opportunity to explore art across the world via virtual reality.

  • 34. Ortega Art Studio — Kiley Grantges, art teacher

    Nov 12 — 11am-1pm

    The Ortega Art Studio is a supportive and dynamic environment wherein students discover the many ways to create, see, and experience art everywhere! On Saturday, November 12th we will be hosting an event featuring student artwork, art-making activities, special performances, food vendors, and more! Please visit www.ortegaartstudio.com for more details on this fantastic event!

  • 66. Kid Art Oasis — Radicle Roots Community Schoolhouse

    Nov 12 — 11am-6pm

    Radicle Roots Community Schoolhouse is offering the Kid Art Oasis: a collaborative art space for families. Everyone is welcome to pick up a paintbrush and participate in the creation of a mural of circles -- the universal symbol of community and wholeness. Student art gallery, kid activities, and playground will also be open.

  • 133. Kealing Middle School

    Nov 12 — 11am-6pm

    The Kealing Fine Arts program is proud to present an art show exhibiting student work. At Kealing, students are taught to express themselves and personalities through their artworks while implementing new techniques and covering art history. Come and join us as our students share their talents with the community through their drawings, paintings, and ceramics.

  • 386. Brooke Elementary East Art Show

    Nov 12 — 11am-6pm

    AISD students that attend school on the east side of Austin will be showing a variety of art works that they have completed. Brooke Elementary also has historical murals on display at the campus.

  • 166. Originator Studios Tilt Brush Competition — Originator Studios

    Nov 12 — 11am-6pm

    Originator Studios presents a Tilt Brush VR painting competition. Nov. 12-13: Visitors are invited to watch eight select artists as they create their work in Tilt Brush, a Virtual Reality painting program. Viewers will be able to step into the headset and glimpse into the Tilt Brush world. Nov. 19: Three Winning works will be announced and displayed at a viewing party at Originator Studios, 7-10 pm.

  • G. Try Transit Tours — Capital Metro

    Nov 12 — 12-3:30pm

    Capital Metro, in partnership with Big Medium, is pleased to offer co-curated public transit tours to select East stops! The tours will take attendees to a variety of studio and gallery spaces participating in East. To reserve your seat, please RSVP to Jordan.Smith@capmetro.org. Check out Cap Metro’s blog at capmetroblog.com for updated information. Please note: Using transit does require some amount of walking.

  • 422. Kincannon Studios — Blackbird Open House

    Nov 12 — Open Studio — 2-6pm & After Party — 6-9pm

    Come join us as we celebrate the sculpting of BLACKBIRD. She’s flamboyant and fun, and very much in the spirit of “Please Touch the Art Movement." Commissioned by the City of Austin Art in Public Places, BLACKBIRD is a large-scale artwork that will nestle into Republic Square Park in 2017. Meet the artists, excavate a song, and savor the delights available.

  • 32. Arthur Simone — Bot Party

    Nov 12 — 3pm-7pm

    Arthur Simone is an actor, artist and co-founder of Austin’s ColdTowne Theater. He has been a finalist for the Hunting Art Prize for his abstract expressionist oils on canvas. In 2013, Arthur began the study of robotics and electronics, resulting in the creation of Bot Party, a humanist collective of artists and engineers, exploring the intersection of Art, Technology and Education through live comedic performance with humans and robots.

  • 64. Yvonne Montero and Terra Schneider — A Taste of Spread — Luna House

    Nov 12 — 3-8pm

    A hunger for pleasure. SPREAD is all about finding satisfaction through exploring the relationship humans have with the ritual of mealtime. We are in the process of building an evocative, image-centric cookbook and will be exhibiting prints of some of the photography we have created over the last six months. There will also be an interactive element featuring bodies and cuisine to indulge your senses. Come with an appetite. SPREAD is putting on two backyard movie screenings in collaboration with The Apiary on both Saturdays of the tour.

  • D. East Public Art Crawl — Art In Public Places

    Nov 12 — 3:30-6pm

    Join the city of Austin Art in Public Places program for a public art crawl through east Austin featuring works from the collection, including TEMPO 2016 installations. Participants will travel by bus to over 10 public art sites and have a chance to meet some of the featured artists. Refreshments provided. Space is limited, so you must RSVP at austintexas.gov/TEMPO to reserve your seat. Pick up at 3:30pm: 1105 E Cesar Chavez St – Terrazas Branch Library

  • 121. The Projecto — Art Collective

    Nov 12 — 5:30-6:30pm

    The audience affects an immersive flow state environment using a wearable device. Flow Factory is commissioned by the City of Austin Art in Public Places TEMPO program.

  • 509. Bruce Lee Webb — The Lion's Nest

    Nov 12 — 6-8pm

    Please join us for opening night Saturday, November 12th from 6-8pm!

  • E. Book Launch Party and Exhibition Opening UT Press

    Nov 12 — 6-8pm with remarks at 7pm

    Join us as we celebrate the new book Flatbed Press at 25, published by University of Texas Press. The book presents a 25-year retrospective of Austin’s premier printshop, and the prominent and emerging artists who have worked here. At 7pm, Flatbed Press Director Katherine Brimberry and Co-founder Mark Smith will speak about the process of making the book, followed by a signing. The book will be available for purchase at a 40% discount for attendees.

  • 504. Topology

    Nov 12 — 6-9pm

    Join TOPOLOGY for an opening reception Nov 12, 6-9pm. TOPOLOGY Warehouse is creative co-working space dedicated to providing artists with affordable, 24/7 studio space, an education and workshop space, and a gallery and event space in a convenient location.

  • Cement Loop Opening Party

    Nov 12 — 6-9pm

    For the fourth time Cement Loop opens its doors during East and invites you to discover our gallery space and studios for our Opening Party November 12, 6-9pm. Music will accompany art, drinks are sponsored and food is available for purchase from local food truck. Also artists will be live painting a mural asking visitors to participate.

  • A. line upon line percussion — steve

    Nov 12 — 8pm

    line upon line employs percussion for fervent, communal experiences that we believe are essential for human beings to thrive. This performance features the work of longtime friend, UT alum and Fast Forward Austin co-founder, Steve Snowden. Three trios and, for a change, each member of line upon line will play a solo. $15 in advance, $18 at door, $10 for students. Tickets available at lineuponlinepercussion.org.

  • 211. Austin Bouldering Project — Second Saturday hosted by ABP + Punctum Records

    Nov 12 — 8pm

    Austin Bouldering Project is a space where climbers can excel, but also build a community where individuals, both new and old, novice to pro, can learn and grow. We have partnered with Punctum Records to bring live music to ABP. We want to celebrate local talent and support our neighbors.

  • 137. The Nomad Collective — Synchronicity Exploration

    Nov 12 — 8pm-12am

    Come experience, create and connect! Musical performances by Blind Lead The Blind, Dirty Lens, Beat Bodega and The Battlin' Nelsons.

Nov 13

  • 32. Arthur Simone — Bot Party

    Nov 13 — 10am-7pm

    Arthur Simone is an actor, artist and co-founder of Austin’s ColdTowne Theater. He has been a finalist for the Hunting Art Prize for his abstract expressionist oils on canvas. In 2013, Arthur began the study of robotics and electronics, resulting in the creation of Bot Party, a humanist collective of artists and engineers, exploring the intersection of Art, Technology and Education through live comedic performance with humans and robots.

  • 166. Originator Studios Tilt Brush Competition — Originator Studios

    Nov 13 — 11am-6pm

    Originator Studios presents a Tilt Brush VR painting competition. Nov. 12-13: Visitors are invited to watch eight select artists as they create their work in Tilt Brush, a Virtual Reality painting program. Viewers will be able to step into the headset and glimpse into the Tilt Brush world. Nov. 19: Three Winning works will be announced and displayed at a viewing party at Originator Studios, 7-10 pm.

  • 386. Brooke Elementary East Art Show

    Nov 13 — 11am-6pm

    AISD students that attend school on the east side of Austin will be showing a variety of art works that they have completed. Brooke Elementary also has historical murals on display at the campus.

  • 133. Kealing Middle School

    Nov 13 — 11am-6pm

    The Kealing Fine Arts program is proud to present an art show exhibiting student work. At Kealing, students are taught to express themselves and personalities through their artworks while implementing new techniques and covering art history. Come and join us as our students share their talents with the community through their drawings, paintings, and ceramics.

  • I. Bike EAST — The Fresh Foundation

    Nov 13 — 11am-6pm

    Bike EAST is a social media-crazed, mostly serious, bike-based art scavenger hunt benefiting Bike Austin and Big Medium. Sign-up for this super fun-filled way to engage in one of Austin’s signature cultural happenings, the East Austin Studio Tour. See some great art, discover the east side, and get your chance to win prizes or even a new bike. $12 entry fee, with $2 per ticket to benefit Big Medium. To register, visit bikeeastatx.org.

  • G. Try Transit Tours — Capital Metro

    Nov 13 — 12-3:30pm

    Capital Metro, in partnership with Big Medium, is pleased to offer co-curated public transit tours to select East stops! The tours will take attendees to a variety of studio and gallery spaces participating in East. To reserve your seat, please RSVP to Jordan.Smith@capmetro.org. Check out Cap Metro’s blog at capmetroblog.com for updated information. Please note: Using transit does require some amount of walking.

  • 64. Yvonne Montero and Terra Schneider — A Taste of Spread — Luna House

    Nov 13 — 1-6pm

    A hunger for pleasure. SPREAD is all about finding satisfaction through exploring the relationship humans have with the ritual of mealtime. We are in the process of building an evocative, image-centric cookbook and will be exhibiting prints of some of the photography we have created over the last six months. There will also be an interactive element featuring bodies and cuisine to indulge your senses. Come with an appetite. There will be a cocktail hour and each night we will screen a food related art film.

  • J. Community Arts Sunday — Creative Action

    Nov 13 — 2-5pm

    Celebrate the making of art that matters during Creative Action’s Community Arts Sunday! Enjoy active workshops, interactive arts experiences and performances by professional artists that celebrate community through music, food, theatre, visual arts and conviviality. These activities are family friendly and open to all.

  • 526. Austin Creative Alliance — ACA Open House and Cocktail Party

    Nov 13 — 2-6pm

    Please join Austin Creative Alliance for an afternoon cocktail party and open house featuring the works of our sponsored projects and friends. We will host artist's booths in the courtyard and have our offices and community room open as well. ACA will be raffling art to raise money in support of Big Medium.

  • 459. Rose Saenz — Exhibition: Introspections — The Law Office of Melynda Nuss

    Nov 13 — 4:30-6pm

    Live music at tour #459. Austin's own virtuoso bassist/composer, Chris Maresh, will play two thirty minute sets with his jazz trio.

  • A. line upon line percussion — steve

    Nov 13 — 8pm

    line upon line employs percussion for fervent, communal experiences that we believe are essential for human beings to thrive. This performance features the work of longtime friend, UT alum and Fast Forward Austin co-founder, Steve Snowden. Three trios and, for a change, each member of line upon line will play a solo. $15 in advance, $18 at door, $10 for students. Tickets available at lineuponlinepercussion.org.

Nov 14

  • K. New to East Tour – CAMIBAart

    Nov 14 — 5:30-8:30pm

    Join CAMIBAart as we tour some of our favorite studios in the East Austin Studio Tour. Focusing on studios that have limited access throughout the year, we have curated three unique tours from the official East studio stops. These tours provide guests with a personalized East tour experience including intimate artist talks and opportunities to talk one-on-one with the artist. $45 per person, with 15% to benefit Big Medium. Space is limited. Learn more and register at camibaart.com/east-2016-november.

Nov 15

  • K. Two-Dimensional Wall Works Tour – CAMIBAart

    Nov 15 — 5:30-8:30pm

    Join CAMIBAart as we tour some of our favorite studios in the East Austin Studio Tour. Focusing on studios that have limited access throughout the year, we have curated three unique tours from the official East studio stops. These tours provide guests with a personalized East tour experience including intimate artist talks and opportunities to talk one-on-one with the artist. $45 per person, with 15% to benefit Big Medium. Space is limited. Learn more and register at camibaart.com/east-2016-november.

Nov 16

  • K. Three-Dimensional wall and Freestanding Tour – CAMIBAart

    Nov 16 — 5:30-8:30pm

    Join CAMIBAart as we tour some of our favorite studios in the East Austin Studio Tour. Focusing on studios that have limited access throughout the year, we have curated three unique tours from the official East studio stops. These tours provide guests with a personalized East tour experience including intimate artist talks and opportunities to talk one-on-one with the artist. $45 per person, with 15% to benefit Big Medium. Space is limited. Learn more and register at camibaart.com/east-2016-november.

Nov 17

  • H. CAMP: The Cultural Asset Mapping Project Cultural Arts Division, City of Austin

    Nov 17 — 6pm

    Join us for a project Q&A at 6pm.

Nov 19

  • 440. Michael Anthony García — El Capacitor: TEMPO commissioned work for Austin AIPP

    Nov 19 — 11am-2pm

    "El Capacitor" is a TEMPO commissioned work at Metz Park that deals with the changes in the neighborhood over the past decade. Its title alludes to a nearby decommissioned power plant & means "a passive element storing power," mirroring the community's potential energy . It consists of flags made from residents' clothes, poles as pseudo conductors & a podium interface to amplify residents' voices.

  • 66. Kid Art Oasis — Radicle Roots Community Schoolhouse

    Nov 19 — 11am-6pm

    Radicle Roots Community Schoolhouse is offering the Kid Art Oasis: a collaborative art space for families. Everyone is welcome to pick up a paintbrush and participate in the creation of a mural of circles -- the universal symbol of community and wholeness. Student art gallery, kid activities, and playground will also be open.

  • 111. The Projecto — Art Collective

    Nov 19 — 11am-6pm

    The Projecto brings talented Artists from Mexico and Texas to EAST. Music and all kinds of Contemporary Art will be happening around us.

  • 208. Maker Faire Austin — Govalle Elementary

    Nov 19 — 11am-6pm

    Maker Faire Austin is sponsoring a hands-on happening at Govalle Elementary School. Featuring a mega-sized version of a handheld marble maze, robotic art, power tool drag racing, a drone fly zone, and more. Brought to you by local makers and interactive artists, Maker Faire Austin is the Greatest Show (and Tell) on Earth—a family-friendly festival of invention, Part science fair, part county fair, and part something entirely new.

  • 356. Teruko Nimura — 1800 Lucky Cats — Austin Animal Center

    Nov 19 — 1-4pm

    As part of the Austin's Tempo program, I am presenting “Eighteen Hundred Lucky Cats”, a large scale sculptural installation for the Austin Animal Center. It will consist of a giant Fibonacci spiral made up of 1,800 slip cast ceramic Japanese lucky cat figurines, each representing 10 of the 18,000 animals the shelter serves every year. The individual cats can be "adopted" and all donations will benefit the Animal Center.

  • 64. Yvonne Montero and Terra Schneider — A Taste of Spread — Luna House

    Nov 19 — 3-8pm

    A hunger for pleasure. SPREAD is all about finding satisfaction through exploring the relationship humans have with the ritual of mealtime. We are in the process of building an evocative, image-centric cookbook and will be exhibiting prints of some of the photography we have created over the last six months. There will also be an interactive element featuring bodies and cuisine to indulge your senses. Come with an appetite. SPREAD is putting on two backyard movie screenings in collaboration with The Apiary on both Saturdays of the tour.

  • 32. Arthur Simone — Bot Party

    Nov 19 — 3pm-7pm

    Arthur Simone is an actor, artist and co-founder of Austin’s ColdTowne Theater. He has been a finalist for the Hunting Art Prize for his abstract expressionist oils on canvas. In 2013, Arthur began the study of robotics and electronics, resulting in the creation of Bot Party, a humanist collective of artists and engineers, exploring the intersection of Art, Technology and Education through live comedic performance with humans and robots.

  • 521. Hops for HOPE: Annual Art & Beer Bazaar — Fair Market

    Nov 19 — 4-10pm

    Hops for HOPE - Annual Art & Beer Bazaar features artists that have contributed to the HOPE (Helping Other People Everywhere) Campaign during that calendar year. This includes artists that have contributed to the HOPE Farmers Market, HOPE Outdoor Gallery and HOPE for Senegal projects in 2016. HOPE Events is a 501(c)3 nonprofit that works to help artists & musicians support education projects by connecting creatives with causes.

  • L. An Evening of Artful Sound — Dimension Gallery & Church of the Friendly Ghost

    Nov 19 — 6-10pm

    Dimension Gallery and COFTG are partnering together to present An Evening of Arftul Sound. This event will feature the sculptural work of Dimension artists in the indoor gallery for the Cyclic Abundance exhibition, as well as the outdoor large-scale sculpture garden, The Paved Garden. COTFG will create an audio environment outdoors for art lovers, sound lovers, and East Austin Studio Tour enthusiasts.

  • 166. Originator Studios Tilt Brush Competition — Originator Studios

    Nov 19 — 7-10pm

    Originator Studios presents a Tilt Brush VR painting competition. Nov. 19: Three Winning works will be announced and displayed at a viewing party at Originator Studios, 7-10 pm.

  • 99. Just the Tip: Street Art from El Paso and Juarez

    Nov 19 — 7-11pm

    Come join a one night only exhibition of street art from the furthest tip of Texas: El Paso and it's sister city across the border, Ciudad Juarez. This multi-national show will have music by The Chulita Vinyl Club, as well as drinks and food specials by El Chilito, and live graffiti painting.

  • 200. En Route Productions — guest of Eye Like Design

    Nov 19 — 7pm

    En Route Productions brings you a never seen before, never to be seen again one night only event titled "A Displaced Happenstance." The night will be filled with music, dance, fire, puppets, meat on sticks, cake eating, local libations, singing, puppets, flying objects, games, destruction, spontaneous poetry, and false advertising. En Route Productions: Art That Moves You.

  • 101. Imagine Art

    Nov 19 — 8-10:30pm

    The Tetractys New Music Concert Series is presenting its first show of the season at Imagine Art Gallery. The program includes works by composers Judd Greenstein, Eve Beglarian, Michael Gordon, and the world premiere of a new work by Austin-based composer, Russell Podgorsek. Tickets are $12 general admission and $7 for students with student ID. Purchase tickets here. Food and drink will be provided.

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