Sculp-chur is a “product line” that consists of one of a kind small sculptures packaged to mimic retail presentation. Each piece is an original artwork presented as if it just came out of a snack vending machine. Without lofty agendas, the show contemplates the modes of consumption for visual art.
The Paved Garden, a large-scale outdoor sculpture exhibit at Dimension Gallery, is kicking off its second year this November. In celebration of the EAST Austin Studio Tour and in collaboration with the City of Austin Cultural Arts Division, Dimension Gallery will launch an updated collection of its curated sculpture garden. The exhibit sits under an industrial awning and is accessible and illuminated 24 hours a day. The Paved Garden has become a well known art destination in East Austin.
Both of these shows open Friday, November 10th from 6 to 8pm. Join us right after at Springdale Station for Art at the Station from 8 to 10pm.
Moya McIntyre presents Art at the Station on Friday, November 10th, the night before the first day of the EAST Austin Studio Tour. Come celebrate this festive season with us at Springdale Station for “Art at the Station” featuring work by Moya and Colin McIntyre, Shea Little, Laura Latimer, Rebecca Bennett and Jenn Hassin. This historic train station will be sprinkled with colorful abstract paintings, metal sculpture, mixed media sculpture, and installation art.
The party starts at 8pm and kicks off with a special dance performance by Kelsey Oliver, Hunter Sturgis, and Aundre Wesley at 8:30pm.
Next door at Dimension Gallery, two shows open from 6 to 8pm. We recommend popping by Dimension first for a peak of Sculp-chur and The Paved Garden and then sauntering over to the Station for more art and performance from 8 to 10pm.
The exhibition will be on view during EAST as well on November 11, 12, 18, and 19 from 11am to 6pm. This project is supported in part by The City of Austin Economic Development Department.