ART AFTER SIX is an annual lecture series hosted in conjunction with the City of Austin's People's Gallery exhibitions. Running March - October on select Friday evenings from 6 - 8 PM, the series features conversation from a range of artists, framed within a larger subject for discussion. Following each event, visitors are allowed to explore the People's Gallery exhibition during special "off-hours" viewing.
The next Art after Six event will explore why and how artists incorporate symbolism into their work and how viewers can navigate it, with artists Terri St. Arnauld & Frank Yezer, JoAnna Johnson, and John Sager.
When: June 30 from 6-8 PM
Where: Austin City Hall, 301 West 2nd Street
Parking is available at the City Hall garage and will be validated.(Notify the parking attendant on duty that you are attending Art After Six.)
Missed previous discussions? Check out videos of the March, April, and MayArt After Six lectures!
Upcoming Art After Six Schedule:
June 30, 2017
Terri St. Arnauld & Frank Yezer, JoAnna Johnson, and John Sager
Exploring why and how artists incorporate symbolism into their work and how viewers can navigate it
Inspired by Nature
Jennifer Hill, Greta Olivas, Daniel Rivera
A look at how nature has historically served as one of artists’ greatest sources of inspiration
The Eyes of Texas
Gerard Juarez and John Lockhart
Looking at the work of photographers who capture different sides of the Lone Star State
Larry Akers, Rehab El Sadek, Jennifer Chenoweth and Jennifer Beth Guerin
A look at the use of mixed media in artmaking, including how it differs from using a single medium and its inherent challenges/advantages
Programs run from 6-8PM at Austin City Hall (301 West 2nd Street) and are free and open to all. NO RSVP required. Parking at the City Hall garage will be validated; visitors should advise the parking attendant on duty that they are attending Art After Six.