Austin Museum Day

Sunday, September 22
12–4 PM
Visual Arts Center
Free and open to the public

parent and child participating in art activity in gallery
Photo by Thea Robinson

Drop by the VAC for an afternoon of free and creative fun in celebration of Austin Museum Day! Meet artist-in-residence Nikita Gale, experience a musical performance by Density 512, engage in an all-ages guided interpretive conversation with Sin Nombre, Sin Cuerpo curator Christine Gwillim, create your own animated self-portrait at our photo booth, and participate in a campus-wide scavenger hunt for the chance to win prizes from cultural spaces across UT!

12:30 PM   /   AUDIENCING: Performance by Density 512
2 PM   /   All-Ages Interpretive Tour of with Christine Gwillim
ALL DAY   /   Campus Crawl

CapMetro is offering free rides on Austin Museum Day! Download your free digital day pass here.

Refreshments generously provided by Richard’s Rainwater and Batch Craft Beer and Kolaches. Performance by Density 512 supported in part by the Butler School of Music.


About AUDIENCING

AUDIENCING explores the relationship between audiences and the objects of the audience (i.e. what the audience is viewing or listening to, be it a performer or art object). With two large hexagonal bandstands, barricades, and chairs, Gale creates a site-specific structure that defines the form and shape of the audience. Music selections curated by Nicholas Perry Clark feature works by Annie Gosfield, Michael Gordon, and graphic scores by Nikita Gale.

NIKITA GALE/NICHOLAS PERRY CLARK
Audiencing

ANNIE GOSFIELD
The Manufacture of Tangled Ivory

MICHAEL GORDON
The Low Quartet