METROmorphosis Opening Reception: An exhibit featuring Imagine Art volunteer David Elliott
Jun
1
7:00 PM19:00

METROmorphosis Opening Reception: An exhibit featuring Imagine Art volunteer David Elliott

Who:           Davis Gallery

What:          METROmorphosis

When:         June 1st - July 13th

Reception:  Saturday, June 1st from 7-9pm

Where:        837 W. 12th St. Austin, Texas 78701

Davis Gallery is pleased to present METROmorphosis, a two-person exhibit featuring work by Annie Darling and David Elliott. The paintings and sculpture on view are fascinating examples of each artist's own vision of our quickly expanding and changing city. Annie Darling's dazzling, colorful series of work she has titled Structures explores landmarks from around Austin and involves an array of media ranging from encaustic to photography. David Elliott's oil paintings and ceramic sculpture personify the undercurrent of eccentricity of our suddenly booming city streets and homes.

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ASL Movie Showing "Book of Job" sponsored by Austin Spirit of Life Deaf Church
Jun
1
2:00 PM14:00

ASL Movie Showing "Book of Job" sponsored by Austin Spirit of Life Deaf Church

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Austin Spirit of Life Deaf Church is showing the free ASL movie "Book of Job," a movie made by Deaf Missions is their first full-length movie with all Deaf actors (No sound for the movie - all in American Sign Language). This movie is the story about a man named Job in the Bible.  Pain and suffering is part of the human experience.  We've all wondered "Where is God in times of trouble?"  This story about Job helps us remember that God is always there in the darkest and hardest times of my life. 

WHAT:     "Book of Job" Movie in American Sign Language, produced by Deaf Missions
WHEN:     Saturday, June 1st, 2019 from 2:00-4:00 PM
WHERE:   Imagine Art, 2830 Real Street, Austin, TX  78722
SPONSORED BY: Austin Spirit of Life Deaf Church   austinspiritdeaf@gmail.com
ADDED INFO: Doors will open at 1:30 PM.  Donations will be collected. 


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Austin Camerata: Rhapsodic
May
24
7:30 PM19:30

Austin Camerata: Rhapsodic

Purchase Tickets HERE

Enjoy complimentary Spanish wine and desserts as we dazzle you with a showcase of dance, storytelling, and chamber music! Austin Camerata's season finale, Rhapsodic, presents flamenco dance, impassioned storytelling, and sizzling virtuosity in a range of musical styles, from jazz to klezmer. It concludes with a special appearance by the complete festival orchestra, performing the final movements of Franz Schubert's most beloved work, his String Quintet in C Major.

Musical highlights:

From Spain:
— a rhapsodic suite of folk dances for cello by Gaspar Cassado, performed with flamenco dance

From the United States:
—Break Away, a jazz inspired string quartet by NYC based composer Jessie Montgomery

From Romania:
—Culai, a fiendish quartet named after the lead violinist of a wild and famous Roma ensemble, by composer Ljova

From Turkey:
—Miniatures No. 4, Ottoman dances and instrumental songs by composer Erberk Eryilmaz

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The Possibility of Disability: A Special Event Featuring IA Artist Richmond Freeman
May
11
6:00 PM18:00

The Possibility of Disability: A Special Event Featuring IA Artist Richmond Freeman

Who:           Davis Gallery

What:          The Possibility of Disability: A Special Event Featuring Autistic Artists

When:         Saturday, May 11 from 6-8 pm

Where:        837 W. 12th St. Austin, Texas 78701

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Saturday, May 11, 6-8 pm

Admission is FREE and open to the public

Proceeds to benefit the Autism Society of Texas

Davis Gallery, in partnership with the Autism Society of Texas, is proud to host "The Possibility of Disability". This one night event will focus on three artists living with autism. Gregory Chabolla is a wood worker who specializes in creating intricate carvings on his scroll saw, Jane Manthei is known for her amazingly detailed and lifelike representational drawings and paintings, and Richmond Freeman paints in gouache, watercolor, and acrylics, and chooses his subject matter from photograph reference points that he captures around Austin. There will be complimentary drinks and snacks. Davis Gallery will be donating 45% of art sale proceeds from this event to the Autism Society of Texas, who have made it their mission to increase public awareness about the day-to-day issues faced by people on the spectrum, advocate for appropriate services for individuals across their lifespan, and to provide the latest information regarding treatment, education, research and advocacy.


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