'22 to Watch' Public Programs

All programs take place at the Austin Museum of Art – Downtown, 823 Congress – and are free. For more information, visit www.amoa.org.

Gallery Talks
Exhibiting artists each give 10 minutes of insight into their work, Thursdays in September, 7pm.

Sept. 1: Zack Booth Simpson, Alia Hasan-Khan, Sterling Allen, Barna Kantor, and Hana Hillerova

Sept. 8: Jason Singleton, Jeffrey Dell, Hunter Cross, Heather Johnson, Michael Osborne, and Jonathan Faber

Sept. 15: Peat Duggins, Jerry Chamkis, Candace Briceño, Daniel Tackett, Trent Tate, and Shaune Kolber

Sept. 22: Sodalitas (Joseph Phillips, Shea Little, Jana Swec), Ledia Carroll, Young-Min Kang, Samantha Krukowski, and Karen Skloss

Self Portrait: Austin Art in Local, National, and International Contexts
Symposium moderated by AMOA Director Dana Friis-Hansen, including local curators and critics and featuring keynote speaker Eleanor Heartney, New York-based art writer and contributing editor to Art in America. Saturday, Oct. 15, 9am-4pm.

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