Galleries in Central East Austin


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  • Art and Soul Austin
    "Anybody can paint," declares Vanessa Huff, the owner of Art & Soul. And she knows what she's talking about. The longtime artist has been teaching art to children for years and has branched out into leading art classes for all ages at her new studio. Along with her staff, she instructs students on various painting techniques such as shading and contouring, and introduces them to color theory, which is the theory that colors exist. During hands-on sessions, youngsters learn to express themselves through art projects while adults create their own renderings of paintings while sipping on wine during step-by-step instruction.
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    2706 Dancy Street
    Austin, TX US
  • East Side Glass Studio
    At East Side Glass Studio, artists Leigh Taylor Wyatt and Shara Funari guide students through the age-old art of glassblowing. Gripping heavy metal tubes, they use their lungs to tame huge, billowing orbs of molten glass. When they're not working on their own pieces, or showcasing their wares at the on-site gallery, these glass masters lead private and group lessons. They also host single-session workshops, classes, and events which are open to the public. Guests may observe glassblowing methods or visit the onsite gallery stocked with unique home decor and gifts.
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    507 Calles St.
    Austin, TX US
  • Austin Details Art and Photo
    Austin Details Art + Photo's solo and collaborative exhibitions display and sell artwork from a host of established artists. Photographer Jann Alexander snaps shots of Vanishing Austin to create a collection that showcases classic landmarks with vivid color and dynamic compositions. The 24"x36" Endangered Species of Austin poster assembles a survey of the show's images, including the Alamo Draft House, land-dwelling whales, and the State Theatre's scarlet sign set against a blue sky. Alexander's John Hancock graces 5"x7" prints of pieces such as Custard v Condos and Night Flight?windows into the city's iconic signage?as well as Competition, a visual narrative of Austin's architecture in a single frame. Alternatively, Groupon customers may opt to shop from other galleries, although availability of prints varies among artists. Art aficionados may also take advantage of an array of services such as fine-art printing, educational workshops, and spa treatments for overworked canvases.
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    106 E 8th St
    Austin, TX US
  • Mexic-Arte Museum
    Every year, more than 75,000 visitors?from schoolchildren to serious art collectors?visit the Mexic-Arte Museum in downtown Austin. They come to see the innovative exhibitions, explore the collections, and soak up the resources that have made the museum a go-to source for educational and cultural programming. Designated as the Official Mexican and Mexican-American Fine Art Museum of Texas, Mexic-Arte was founded by a group of artists in 1984; it's one of the few museums in the United States dedicated to Mexican art. Mexic-Arte showcases the works of both established and emerging artists from Mexico, the United States, and Latin America, allowing them to reach a large audience without having to create extra-large pieces to unravel from the tops of nearby skyscrapers.
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    419 Congress Ave
    Austin, TX US
  • Art Alliance Austin
    Art can be divisive, but playtime is not. Maybe that?s why Art Alliance Austin chose red rope swings hung in surprise downtown areas to headline the 2012 Art City Austin festival. Courtesy of Austin?s The Red Swing Project, a collective dedicated to transforming neglected urban areas into welcoming play spaces, the swings are just one example of the partnerships Art Alliance Austin makes to achieve its goal of building community through local art projects. And considering Austin?s explosive growth in recent years, that mission is timelier than ever. ?It all comes down to creating spaces for a common narrative, a common culture, and common experience to emerge,? explains Art Alliance Austin?s communications liaison Michu Benaim. ?And we can achieve that by encouraging people to connect.? Art Alliance Austin designs its annual festivals to be as much block parties as art shows?Michu describes Art City Austin, for example, as local, homegrown, and neighborly. Since 1956, the group has woven its philosophies into Austin's pulse during its many shows, festivals, and events, which have included Art Night Austin, Art Week Austin, and coproduction of Pecha Kucha Austin, each one helping ensure the city remains a vibrant and creative place to live.
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    436 West 2nd Street
    Austin, TX US
  • Austin City Limits Festival
    Austin City Limits Festival is a well-known music and entertainment venue for musicians and singers. They began with the idea of spotlighting the best of Texas music, but have grown over the years to include musicians and singers from all over the world. Today, many of the best-known artists have performed at Austin City Limits including Eminem, Neil Young, Elvis Costello and Johnny Cash. The annual music festival takes place at Zilker Park and is filmed by PBS. Because of its enormous popularity, Austin is now known as the “Live Music Capital of the World”. Every genre of music has been featured at ACL and the event has won numerous awards, including a Peabody. During festivals, attendees can enjoy delicious food, snacks, souvenirs, and browse among the many vendors who come selling clothes, shoes, accessories and all kinds of products.
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    201 Barton Springs Rd
    Austin, TX US