A creative incubator where artists gather for art-making and exhibition.
Serving Austin for 20 years, Imagine Art is a ministry that aims to establish a space where both artists with and without disabilities thrive. Artists come daily to create in the studios, exhibit in the galleries and connect with the life of the community. We are a place where artists experience the Presence of God and have an opportunity for transformation. Imagine Art is a place where every life is a work of art.
Our mission is to transform the lives of artists
with disabilities for the glory of God.
Monday - Friday 9am - 4pm, open to the public
late nights on Wednesdays till 9PM
Imagine Art is a Christian ministry, a 501c3 nonprofit, established in 1996. We operate a creative space, located at 2830 Real Street in Austin, Texas (78722). More than 65 artists engage in our space weekly, accessing 10,000 square feet of studios and galleries. We offer specialized supports tailored to empower artists with disabilities to create art. Non-disabled players engage as working artists in our studios to create a diverse, inclusive space where all artists thrive.
ROAD TRIP EXHIBITION
The exhibition entitled: ROAD TRIP features captivating, impressionistic paintings reflecting the around-the-corner city sites of Austin and it’s country-side by: DANIEL DAVIS, quirky ceramic renditions of cars, trucks and convertibles by: LARIN HARP as well as a spirited collection of capture-your-heart clay cameras by: RICHMOND FREEMAN
Art Opening: July 27th - 6:30 - 9:30pm
Lite refreshments and live music by LOVETONE and CHRIS HAMMOND
HANGS: July 27th - Sept 14th
SONGWRITING & PERFORMING WORKSHOPS
Hosted at the Imagine Art Studio and Gallery, songwriter and performing artist Teel Montague provides an encouraging, supportive environment to explore ways to capture life experiences in song and connect with an audience through performance.
July Workshops: 11th, 18th, 25th from 6:30 to 8:18 PM
August Workshops: 1st, 8th, 15th from 6:30 to 8:15 PM
We invite artists with and without disabilities to engage in the art-making process of our community.
We need volunteers (artists and non-artists) to help us with the daily operations and programs.
Donors and Arts Patrons make it all possible and provide the critical support we need to succeed.