OUR MISSION IS TO EXHIBIT SOCIALLY-ENGAGED ART AND LITERATURE,
FOSTER DIALOGUE AND POLLINATE CREATIVITY. JOIN US!
Karrie Hovey: Endanger / In Danger
In this powerful exhibition, artist Karrie Hovey explores interdependent topics such as climate change, resource depletion, consumption, and borders. This show also features poetry and prose by literary writers on the theme of interconnectedness. Writers include Lize Burr, Dreux Carpenter, Desiree Evans, Charlotte Gullick, Donna Johnson, Emmy Pérez, Naomi Shihab Nye, Rose Smith, Robin Storey Dunn, Natalia Sylvester and Kirk Wilson.
Reading & Closing Celebration: Saturday, January 5th, 2019, 2pm to 4pm.
Join us for a reading featuring writers from the show Endanger / In Danger and get one last look at Karrie Hovey’s amazing work. You can also make a wish to add to our community wall of wishes. At the end of the show, we will package up all of these wishes and send them to Reykjavik, Iceland, to be a part of Yoko Ono’s Imagine Peace Tower, a stories-tall beam of light that shines from a wishing well bearing the words "imagine peace" in 24 languages. Ono selected Iceland for its location because of the country’s beauty and ecofriendly use of geothermal energy. As part of her Wish Trees project, Ono invites people to send their wishes to Iceland to be buried beneath the light of the Imagine Peace Tower. To date, over one million wishes have been collected there. Make a wish at Prizer and add yours to this collection!
VISIT THE CREATIVITY ROOM
Explore our room of art materials for visitors during events.
I Will Vote
Multi-media exhibition by John Fiege
Drew Riley: Gender Portraits
6th Annual Farmer as Artist Show
Photo by Christian Sacra
Raul de Lara
How do you know you're / your home?
Andy St Martin
PARALLEL NOTES (from the big picture)
The Elder Child
There is no audience: tax form paintings and other abstractions by Carl Smith
ROUX: Ann Johnson, Rabéa Ballin, Delita Martin and Lovie Olivia
Together, the artists of ROUX examine cultural and societal issues of genealogy, feminism, identity, & other topics affecting women of the African Diaspora.
Image: If Spirits Danced,by Delita Martin
BIRDS' NESTS and REFUGE: IMPERMANENT HOMES
Photographs by Sharon Beals paired with literary writers on immigration.
Photos by Sharon Beals
FARMER AS ARTIST:
Fifth Annual Show
Local Central Texas farmers share photography, painting, sculpture, mixed media, poetry, fiber arts, metals, woodworking, and more.
Painting by Carol Ann Sayle of Boggy Creek Farm
HOMO PHOTO CLUB:
3rd Annual Show: "Is Everyone OK But Me?"
Gretchen Phillips, Deb Norris and Beth Schindler
CARE/GIVER: IN MEMORY'S HOLD:
30 artists, writers & community members explore a significant caregiving relationship--or the meaning of care itself. Click the image to see more work.
Painting by Fidencio Duran
New Works on Paper by Andy St. Martin, with Central Texas Students
Painting by Andy St. Martin
An Act of Seeing, Photographs by Mocha Jean Herrup
FARMER AS ARTIST:
4th Annual Community Show
Paintings by Carol Ann Sayle
The Sun-Drawn Work of Damien Noll
with Paintings by Scott Ewen
A HURRICANE WITHOUT WATER:
Google Street View Images of Detroit, 2008 to 2015 by Alex Alsup
HOMO PHOTO CLUB:
"Ménage à Process," 2nd Annual Group Show
Photo by Gretchen Phillips
POET-TO-POET: A FRIENDSHIP IN LETTERS
by Abe Louise Young and Alan Shefsky
GROUND SONGS by Andy St. Martin
OUR PIECE OF EARTH: Steve Moakley with The Multicultural Refugee Coalition
Photo by Steve Moakley
QUANDAM FOREST, QUANDAM SEA by Noelle King
Kathie Sever: Fort Lonesome