Sacred Space Tour

Wilkinsburg Sacred Space Tour

Wilkinsburg, PA is memorable for the many historic buildings within a small area. 21 of those historic buildings are churches.
For the final event of the community art project, Come Over, Come Eat, Come Play”, artist Jennifer Chenoweth will produce a tour of these buildings with arts and music programming at each location.
As the date gets closer, we will have a schedule of programming and a map of each stop. There will be a bus that transports people between stops on a route between 11a-6p.
We want to celebrate what is sacred between us within this community. The space between us is sacred.
Look forward to food, art, music and beautiful buildings at multiple stops in Wilkinsburg.
Contact us to get involved @ info@fisterrastudio.com
“Come Over, Come Eat, Come Play” by Jennifer Chenoweth in collaboration with the Wilkinsburg Community Development Corporation and the Wilkinsburg Community Art and Civic Design Commission with sponsorship by the Temporary Public Art and Placemaking Program of Neighborhood Allies and theOffice of Public Art of Pittsburgh.
We are grateful for the generous support of the Heinz Foundation and Hillman Family Foundation.

EAST Fisterra Retrospective

Tammy RubinFisterra Retrospective
Exhibition Dates: April 27 – May 18, 2018
Opening Reception: Friday, April 27, 7-10pm

916 Springdale Rd Bldg 2, #101, Austin TX 78702
Gallery hours: Tue – Sat, 12-6pm

In November 2003, 28 artists opened their homes and studios for the first East Austin Studio Tour. The orange house on the corner of east 2nd Street at Waller, with its backyard studio, became a spot that thousands of visitors have returned to each year. A new group of guest artists created exhibits of their art in each room of the house, while the home cooked posole and hospitality of Jennifer Chenoweth’s house remained a staple. November 2017 was the last year for Fisterra Studio to participate in EAST in this space, but the annual event had a deep effect on Austin’s sense of community and connectedness. This show invites the 64 guest artists to collaborate again to inspire artists and art lovers about the beauty, quality and diversity of visual art in Austin.

Artists who have exhibited at Fisterra Studio since 2003*:
Aaron Weiss
Amy Scofield
Andrea Nelson
Andrea Pramuk
Annie Simpson
Autumn Ewalt
Beth Consetta Rubel
Brian McKinney
Bridget Quinn
Brooke Davis
C. Andrew Boyd
Calder Kamin
Carla Hughes
Carlotta Vann
Christina Coleman
Dana Younger
David Lovas
Dawn Okoro
Dharmesh Patel
Elise Sibley Chandler
Emma Hadzi-Antich
Erik Tragus
Felice House
Gabel Karsten
Glen Vigus
Gretchen Phillips
Holly Fisher
Jade Walker
Janine Hughes
Jason Webb
Jay Roff-Garcia
Jeff Stockton
Jennifer Chenoweth
Jennifer Hill
Jenny Sathngam
Johnny Walker
Judith Simonds
Katelena Hernandez Cowles
Katie Rose Pipkin
Kayci Wheatly
Kristen Saska Juen
L. Renee Nunez
Lauren Klotzman
Lee Webster
Lisa Choinacky
Monique Capanelli
Norman Hera
Philip Rogers
Richard Mansfield
Rob Pettingill
Robby Lee
Sebastian Miles
Shibiya Sabu
Stella Alesi
Tammie Rubin
The Afro Gypsy
The Theorists
Theresa Noyes
Todd Campbell
Valerie Chaussonnet
Virginia Fleck
Wells Mason
Will Heron

*not all are able participate in the show at Canopy

East Austin Studio Tour 2015 More Photos

 

Photos by Ariana Freitag

 

East Austin Studio Tour Photos 2015

 

Photos by Glen Vigus – Thank you Glen!

 

You Are Here, Wright Gallery, Texas A&M, February 2015

 

Photos by Glen Vigus

Drawing Lines. Art Place Map

Drawing Lines: an ArtPlace Project

10-1MapThe GO collaborative team, Fisterra Studio, Public City, Austin Creative Alliance, and the City of Austin, is proud to announce Drawing Lines, an ArtPlace funded project.

Historically, Austin has had at-large representation on its city council. However, in November 2014 the city will transition to a system where council members represent specific districts. This new political landscape presents many opportunities and challenges to the city as well as its citizens. This is where Drawing Lines comes in.

Through this project, Fisterra Studio will collaborate with ten artists working within each district to create a work that expresses a collective understanding of Austin’s diverse communities. The project will run from Fall 2014 – Fall 2015, culminating in public exhibitions. Artists’ projects and the City of Austin’s GIS-based cultural asset maps will be featured.

More information is available at http://drawinglinesaustin.com

Thank you ArtPlace for this amazing opportunity to participate in documenting change through art.

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Woman Looking at Art, EAST 2013 at Fisterra Studio by Norman Hera

EAST 2013 at Fisterra Studio by Norman Hera

 

Man Standing In Circular Sculpture, EAST 2013 at Fisterra Studio by Leslie Vela

EAST 2013 at Fisterra Studio by Leslie Vela

 

People looking at Art Installations, EAST 2013 at Fisterra Studio by Dante Dominick

EAST 2013 at Fisterra Studio by Dante Dominick