November 15, 2014 (1–5:30 pm / $30 purchase tickets here) E.A.S.T. Day Tour by Director/Curator Brian Willey, organized by Art Alliance Austin. Willey will lead a studio tour of four artists working in a variety of media. At each stop he will lead a casual discussion with the artist and group, exploring subjects such as technique, subject matter, the art market, collecting, and the Austin art scene. The tour will conclude with a viewing of an east Austin collector’s private home and collection.
April 26, 2014 – (7 pm – 11 pm, free) East Austin Arts presents “Asterisk”, an exhibition in five parts, representing the curatorial vision of each member of the organization. East Austin Arts is comprised of Tiny Park, Big Medium, Co-Lab Projects, Mass Gallery, and guest participant Pump Project. Tiny Park will present works by Aaron Meyers. LOCATION: 916 Springdale (Canopy)
April 20, 2014 – (7pm, Free / $5 – $10 Donation) BURNING BUNGALOWS: Experimental Film and Animation from L.A.
April 12, 2013 – (8 pm, free) Fun Party literature reading presents Charles Alexander and Chris Martin.
March 22, 2014 – (7 pm, $10 / $3 with Alamo Drafthouse voucher / ERC Pass) Stephanie Barber’s Jhana and the Rats of James Olds
March 18, 2014 – (8 pm, free) Fun Party reading series features poets Sommer Browning and Deborah Poe. The reading will be followed by a special performance by Steve Parker and guitarist Dan Lippel.
March 5, 2014 – (8 pm, free) Artist Katelena Hernandez leads a conversation about cosplay, voyeurism, self-comfort, economies of power, and Latina screen sirens, in relation to her performance Whatever Lola.
March 1, 2014 – (doors at 7:30pm; screening at 8 pm, free) Join us for a screening of Janaye Brown’s video work followed by a short discussion and Q&A moderated by Brian Willey.
February 25, 2014 – (8 pm, free) Happy Trees is an evening of performances and happy accidents presented by ART 337C TRANSMEDIA: Performance Art II.
February 21, 2014 – (doors at 7:30pm; screening at 8 pm, free) Join us for a screening of video work by Rachel Stuckey.