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April 2019

CraftHER Market

April 14 @ 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Fair Market, 1100 East 5th Street

CraftHER Market is a bi-annual pop-up market, put on by #bossbabesatx, showcasing the talent of women and non-binary makers throughout Texas. Open to the public, this community event features entrepreneurial panels, opportunities to support local nonprofits, and family-friendly activities. Additionally, over 125 vendors, reflecting a myriad of women and nonbinary artists and creative entrepreneurs, gather to exhibit their craft and sell their wares. Event organizers #bossbabesatx is a nonprofit centered around sustaining communities that care about gender equality and supporting…

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WEST Artist Social

April 24 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Big Medium, 916 Springdale Rd., Building 2, #101

Join us for our April Creative Standard event! This professional development meet-up is aimed at getting WEST artists ready for the upcoming tour, but open to all artists. It will feature three speakers on key topics related to preparing for an art show: Marketing, Installing and Exhibiting your work, and Gaining and retaining patrons. The Artist Social is also a great opportunity to gather with fellow artists before the tour begins. Music by Chido Machine and food and drink generously…

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The ACC Fashion Incubator Grand Opening

April 30 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
ACC Highland, 6101 ACC Highland Campus Dr, Bldg 4000

Austin Community College invites you to the grand opening of the ACC Fashion Incubator! The new ACC Fashion Incubator provides career-technical training on state-of-the-art technology. Explore the advanced technologies, and see how ACC is helping students, start-up companies, and the regional fashion economy thrive.

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May 2019

Women of WEST go East

May 3 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Cloud Tree Studios and Gallery, 3411 E. 5th St.

A pop-up exhibition curated by Laura Lynn Johnson featuring artists in stand-alone studios participating in the WEST Austin Studio Tour. Postcards with featured artists' WEST locations will be available on site. Participating artists include: Nora McMillen Burke: https://www.noramcmillenburke.com/ Victoria Corbett: https://www.victoriacorbettart.com/ Valerie Fowler: https://valeriefowler.com/home.html Ruth Heffron: https://ruthheffron.com/ Lauren Hill: http://laurenhillart.com/ Laura Lynn Johnson: https://lauralynnjohnson.com/ Rachel Lavin: http://www.pioplayground.com/ Hattie Lindsley: http://moonfattie.com/ Kirsten Lofgren: https://kirstenlofgren.com/ Anna Mallam: https://www.slowfuse.org/ Katy McCarthy: https://www.katymccarthy.com/ Frieda Pangestu: http://frieda-pangestu.squarespace.com/ Alicia Philley: http://www.aliciaphilley.com/ Jill Robinson: https://www.artmyway.biz/ Hallie Rae…

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Inner City Techno

May 8 @ 9:00 pm - May 9 @ 2:00 am
Empire Control Room & Garage, 606 East 7th Street

A brand new night at Empire Control Room and Garage hosted by Austin DJ/producer Lefty. It is a monthly event on 2nd Wednesdays with the night's music geared towards Tech House and Techno. Lineup Fitnez + Hellth Woke Bloke Digital Dre Phamstar Samwise DFZ Visuals & Flyer Design: Grympho Live Painting: Diego Zion, Julz LAforest, & Joshua Sierra Vendors: Emily Svec (Granny Glasses) Rob Alter Reilly (LetitHatpin) Complimentary Drinks: Benzo Drinks Austin (While Supplies Last) Photography: Steven Souza 21+ FREE…

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Due WEST

May 10 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
ACC Highland, 6101 ACC Highland Campus Dr, Bldg 4000
$45

Big Medium's annual fundraiser for the 8th Annual West Austin Studio Tour $45 General Admission Ticket $30 Big Medium Member Ticket* *discount code for members sent via email, limit of two discounted tickets per membership This is your chance to support Austin’s creative community. Due WEST is the official kick off party and fundraiser where you can get your copy of the WEST catalog and map before the tour begins. Experience nearly 300 artists in the 2019 West Austin Studio…

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CelebrASIA Austin 2019

May 11 @ 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Asian American Resource Center, 8401 Cameron Rd.

In honor of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month in May, the Asian American Resource Center (AARC) is proud to present the 6th annual CelebrASIA Austin on Saturday, May 11th from 11am to 3pm. Admission is free and open to the public. Enjoy outdoor cultural performances throughout the day with CBS Austin Chief Meteorologist Chikage Windler serving as emcee. Experience interactive arts and crafts for families and other activities by our partners the Austin History Center, Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American…

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The Zeal of Ten!

May 11 @ 11:00 am - 6:00 pm
Art for the People, 1711 S 1st St

The Zeal of Ten is a fusion of ten vastly different and extremely talented artists who utilize a variety of mediums. Ten artists who will visually woo you with their artwork! Featured at Art for the People during the WEST Austin Studio Tour through June 22nd (#329) - Alicia Wells (#338) - Bryan Macilko (#333) - Chanel Kreuzer (#339) - Connor Teseny (#331) - Janis Fowler (#336) - Kerry Joyce (#334) - Penny Westberry (#330) - Rebecca Klier (#335) -…

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Eye Play Studio at WEST

May 11 @ 11:00 am - 6:00 pm
Eye Play Studio, 2311 Ridgeview

Come enjoy original art created by local Austin artists as part of the West Austin Studio Tour. We'll have fine art, jewelry, photography, ceramics, paintings, glass art, sculpture, greeting cards - something for everyone. We will also have live music, readings from local authors, food and drink. No charge to attend, bring your friends! Artists: Larry Akers Eileen McKeon Butt Malina Cipleu Rosemarie Good Morghan Gray Hector Kriete Andrea Loomis Meena Matai (Issue 14 Contributor!) Free drinks sponsored by GoodNight…

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Artists in Conversation: New Monuments for New Cities

May 16 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Waller Creek Conservancy, 1111 Red River St.

Featuring Nicole Awai and Vincent Valdez Free; registration required. Refreshments will be available. New Monuments for New Cities raises a number of questions about who and what has been memorialized in the past and how applying new lenses could shift that paradigm in the future. Join the dialogue as we host conversations with artists, historians, and community leaders about these themes.

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