Art Alliance Austin worked with Austin Independent School District’s Blackshear Elementary School and Page Sutherland Page to generate interest and organize a mural competition. That mural has been awarded and completed by Austin artists: Jason Archer, Briar Bonifacio, Josh Row and Michael Sieben. Check it out!
Brand new to Art City Austin in 2015, the Austin Art Pavilion presented by Tito’s Handmade Vodka expanded Art City to include more Austin galleries and artists into the biggest and best art marketplace in central Texas. Four galleries were represented and over 30 artists.
Announcing the second iteration of this heralded and one-of-a-kind international project that successfully blends art and technology to explore our personal connections to place. Hello Lamp Post is produced by the City of Austin and Art Alliance Austin, it has been accepted as an official art project of SXSW. Austin’s street furniture will start waking up in the middle of February 2015.
The artist collective Ink Tank has repurposed a soda pop vending machine and rigged it to play recorded audio clips which provide the listener with a complimentary guided meditation.
Be a part of public art! Join us and Creative Action to make origami cranes at Art City Austin and have your work installed as a part of the public alleyway project 20ft WIDE.
Art Alliance Austin will produce a series of events out of 912 Congress Avenue during the months of April & May.
a collaborative case study in creating temporary activations for downtown alleys featuring an installation by Dan Cheetham (Fyoog) and Michelle Tarsney
… nearly 20 active public art projects across nearly 40 sites has demonstrated the value of having art activate different parts of our city and invite participation in public life …
For Art Week Austin 2010, Knitta Please’s Magda Sayeg covered everyday elements of downtown with intricate swaths of knitted, repurposed material.
An exhibition that paired the photographs and collages of New York artist Max Warsh with the sculptures of L.A. artist Vanesa Zendejas, to investigate abstraction and built spaces.
Featuring a varied grouping of artists from Texas and New York, this wild show was held at the Tops Warehouse space in East Austin.
The Red Swing Project was founded in Austin in 2007 to positively impact under-utilized public spaces in the city. The idea is simple: a basic red swing has the power to transform a vacant lot into an unexpected playground.
The Summit explores cross-discipline creative practices and its relevance to contemporary culture. Focused on the tracks of collaboration, criticism and technology, the Summit is produced in partnership with Art Alliance Austin, Big Medium, ‘Bout What I Sees and Fusebox Festival.
art installations in the 2ND Street District and Republic Square Park curated by Rachel Cook & Claire Ruud
A virtual garage sale, utilizing Augmented Reality and Geolocation technologies, by artists Kristin Lucas.
a modular, inflatable public furniture system that invites visitors to develop new arrangements for informal social interaction – a commissioned project with art and design studio Rebar based in San Francisco, CA
Austin families are invited to explore the transformation of Alley #111 into an artist-driven playground for kids and adults.