Art Week Austin 2010 Schedule

Carlos Rosales-Silva's <i>I Am Immortal ...</i><, part of One Swallow Doesn't Make a Summer
Carlos Rosales-Silva's I Am Immortal ...<, part of "One Swallow Doesn't Make a Summer"

Art Week Austin runs April 21-25, with the fair Art City Austin taking place April 24-25 along Cesar Chavez at City Hall. See www.artallianceaustin.org for more info.

Thursday, April 22

10am-5pm: Art Spaces: Sodalitas Walk #1. Big Medium, 5305 Bolm #12.

12:30-1:30pm: Art Talk: Curator's Walking Tour of Art Installations. Departs from 210 Guadalupe.

6-7:30pm: Art Ride: Art in Public Places Eastside tour. Departs from Mellow Johnny's Bike Shop, 400 Nueces.

6:30-8pm: Art Spaces: "Shawn Camp: Established Parameters," with Silence + Refrain, a literary response by poet Lyman Grant. Gallery Shoal Creek, 2905 San Gabriel #101.

6:30-9:30pm: 12th annual Umlauf Garden Party. Umlauf Sculpture Garden & Museum, 605 Robert E. Lee. (ticketed event).

7-10pm: Art Spaces: "Sandra Langston" (opening reception). Davis Gallery, 837 W. 12th.

7:30-10:30pm: Pecha Kucha Night Austin. Starr Building, 107 W. Sixth.

Friday, April 23

10am-3pm: Art Installations: "The Perfect Recipe: Bake Sale Tea Party." Republic Square Park, Fourth & Guadalupe.

Noon-1pm: Art Ride: Art in Public Places Downtown tour. Departs from Mellow Johnny's Bike Shop, 400 Nueces.

12:30-1:30pm: Art Talk: Curator's Walking Tour of Art Installations. Departs from 210 Guadalupe.

7-10pm: Art Spaces: Austin Center for Photography. Caffé Medici, 1101 W. Lynn.

7-10pm: Body of Art spring gala. Women & Their Work, 1710 Lavaca (ticketed event).

Saturday, April 24

8:30-11am: Art Ride: Landmarks, the public art program of the University of Texas. Departs from Mellow Johnny's Bike Shop, 400 Nueces.

10am-6pm: Art City Austin. Cesar Chavez at Austin City Hall.

10am-6pm: Collector's Lounge at Art City. Austin City Hall Mezzanine, 301 W. Second.

10am-5:30pm: Austin Music Foundation Stage, City Hall Plaza, Cesar Chavez & Lavaca:

10am-noon: Jorel & Gabriella with AfterMath (Austin School for the Performing and Visual Arts)

12:30-1:15pm: The Soldier Thread

1:45-2:30pm: The Deaf Ears

3-4pm: Rattletree Marimba

4:30-5:30pm: Grimy Styles

11am-5pm: Art Shuttle to Austin Museum of Art and Blanton Museum of Art. Departs from Second & Guadalupe.

11am-6pm: Art Installations: "One Swallow Doesn't Make a Summer." 2nd Street District.

Noon-1pm: Art Talk: Curator's Walking Tour of Art Installations. Departs from 210 Guadalupe.

1pm: Art Spaces: "Lance Letscher: The Perfect Machine" (gallery talk). D Berman Gallery, 1701 Guadalupe.

2-3pm: Art Talk: Curator's Walking Tour of Art Installations. Departs from 210 Guadalupe.

2-3pm: Fusebox Talks: Action Hero. Austin Museum of Art – Downtown, 823 Congress.

2-4pm: Art Spaces: "Sandra Langston" (group discussion). Davis Gallery, 837 W. 12th.

7-11pm: Art Spaces: "Texas Crude" (exhibition, with dirty limerick reading, 9pm). Co-Lab, 613 Allen.

9pm-12mid: Visual Cerebration. Starr Building, 107 W. Sixth.

Sunday, April 25

11am-6pm: Art City Austin. Cesar Chavez at Austin City Hall.

11am-6pm: Collector's Lounge at Art City. Austin City Hall Mezzanine, 301 W. Second.

11:30am-5:30pm: Austin Music Foundation Stage, City Hall Plaza, Cesar Chavez & Lavaca.

11:30am-1pm: Austin Kimble Trio

1:30-2:30pm: T Bird & the Breaks

3-4pm: The Coveters

4:30-5:30pm: The Bright Light Social Hour

Noon-5pm: Art Shuttle to Austin Museum of Art and Blanton Museum of Art. Departs from Second & Guadalupe.

2-3pm: Fusebox Talks: Daniel Barrow. Austin Museum of Art – Downtown, 823 Congress.

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