Leslie Wilkes' geometric paintings are initially based on graphic design patterns from the 1960's. Her use of symmetrical arrangements and unexpected color combinations create simulations of kaleidoscopic Rorschach blots. Wilkes' paintings challenge viewers' visual consciousness and perceptions with complex and arresting imagery.
Miwa Matreyek: Artist Talk
Miwa Matreyek Artist Talk! Presented by Women & Their Work in collaboration with the Fusebox Festival and NPN. This performance is part of Fusebox’s 2014 Chewing the Fat series. This is a free event.
Join us as we welcome internationally recognized and Los Angeles based animator, designer and multimedia artist Miwa Matreyek for a conversation about her unique process and body of work that fuses animation with live performance. Matreyek creates short films and live works that integrate animation, performance, and theatrical video installation. Arriving to animation from a background in collage, her work explores how animation transforms when it is combined with the body, both physically in her performance pieces, as well as a composited video element in her short films.
Miwa Matreyek Fusebox Festival
This World Made Itself
2014 Star BASH
Purchase tickets to the 2014 Star BASH Here! Join us for an evening of high style, delectable edibles and drinks, a silent art auction, a cosmic raffle and celestial entertainment. Complimentary valet parking, suggested dress: black and white.
SAVORIES & SIPS
On Saturday, April 26th, please join us at the beautiful, central Austin home of Peggy O’Shaughnessy for a night of high style and conversation. In past years, our spring events have been noted as tour de force parties (deemed the Best Art Fundraiser of the Year by Stephen Moser of The Austin Chronicle and Gatsbyesque by Michael Barnes in the Austin American-Statesman). Our annual spring party will also be a night to savor. With funds raised, we will bring more of the art of our time to Austin and introduce the joy and wonder of art to more than 950 students in underserved schools.