Exhibition Program

Imagine Art’s exhibits increase exposure for artists with disabilities, and generate sales of art and products, empowering artists with disabilities to engage in the greater arts community in Austin. Imagine Art hosts an on-site exhibit that rotates bi-monthly and features art created in our Fine Art Studio. Additional exhibits include fairs, art festivals, local churches, and annual participation in the East Austin Studio Tour.

2012 Exhibits

Hope Chapel Exhibit
Hope Chapel generously offered to feature a group of our artists in their space. The video below shows Hope Chapel staff Rick introducing the exhibit and sharing about his experience with Imagine Art:

ATTIC World Ministry Fair
The ATTIC World Ministry Fair is a ministry fair that takes place during the ATTIC Film Festival, the fair highlights ministries that serve the world for Christ, specifically ministries using Visual and Performance Art as a means to help raise awareness, educate, or fund their ministries.

2011 Exhibits

Cherrywood Art Fair (2011)
The Cherrywood Art Fair proceeds benefit the Big Artist Little Artist program as well as other arts based projects in East Austin. This was Imagine Art’s third year supporting this event, we participated by selling and exhibiting wood block prints from a wide range of artists as well as products based on fine art such as card sets and games.

For the City Network Christmas Market
The For the City Network is an online network that plugs individuals in to volunteer and service opportunities at a wide range of non-profits and ministry-based businesses in Austin. Imagine Art receives wonderful volunteers from the For the City Network each year.
The FTCN Christmas Market is hosted by the Austin Stone Community Church and provides a way to shop responsibly by bringing together over 18 local fair trade, direct trade, and social enterprise vendors who use their businesses to promote employment and well-being for people in Austin and around the world. This was a wonderful opportunity for Imagine Art to connect on a deeper lever with the For the City Network.