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At Home at the Easel, If Nowhere Else
A new documentary captures Austin's homeless population finding purpose in art
Screens Story  November 7, 2008, by Josh Rosenblatt
"...In 1991, volunteers Heloise Gold and Christi Pate teamed up with the Austin Resource Center for the Homeless to offer art classes to members of the city's homeless community. They called it Art From the Streets, and soon their twice-weekly classes were filling up..."

Naked City
Art program and sale provides needed support for the homeless
News Story  November 12, 2004, by Diana Welch
"...On a recent visit, we found Christi Pate, one of the co-directors of the program, helping artist Stacy Lynn Golden to price the 24 pieces she submitted for the upcoming AFTS show (Saturday-Sunday, Nov. 13-14, noon-5pm)..."

Origin Story
Postmarks  May 31, 2015
"...The article by Robert Faires [“Local Heroes,” Arts & Culture, May 29] about her was excellent in almost every aspect, except one. Heloise started Art From the Streets with her good friend and longtime collaborator, Beverly Bajema, not Christi Pate..."

Local Heroes
The 2015 class of the Austin Arts Hall of Fame
Arts Story  May 28, 2015, by Robert Faires
"...But though space prohibits us listing them all, it wouldn't be fair to omit the artists of the city's homeless community. Back in 1991, Gold and Christi Pate volunteered to teach some art classes for people receiving assistance from the Austin Resource Center for the Homeless..."

Public Notice
This week's "Public Notice" goes to Hyde Park, buys some homeless art, and cruises some gay bars.
Columns  November 12, 1999, by Kate X Messer
"...Hyde Park just wants to maintain its neighborhood's character; now the community is being forced to fight to save it. 320-0553. This weekend marks the seventh time that Austin's Resource Center for the Homeless' art class, volunteers (such as Heloise Gold, Bill Jeffers, and Christi Pate) and supporters (such as Women & Their Work and area restaurants) are providing the space and forum for area homeless artists to show and sell their wares..."

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