May 2, 2013 | 6pm
Wild about Art, Wild about Wine
Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center
Thursday, May 2, 2013, 6 to 9 p.m. at the Wildflower Center
This premier event offers an opportunity to preview the fantastic art and celebrate the artists who contribute their work to support the Wildflower Center, complete with music, fine wine and tasty appetizers. View beautiful paintings, sculpture, jewelry and more at this spring evening event. The artwork will be included in the Wildflower Gala Silent Art Auction
on Friday, May 3, but you will have a chance to meet the artists and bid on the art.
- Wine tasting of organic and biodynamic wines
- Yummy appetizers featuring a selection of local or organic foods
- Lively Brazilian music from Morena Soul
- Door prizes - Win a bottle of your favorite wine and other great items!
More info here: http://www.wildflower.org/wildnightout/
May 4, 2013 | 1 p.m.
Oakwood Cemetery Documentation Day
Save Austins Cemeteries
Join us as we continue our project to document the current condition of the graves in Oakwood Cemetery. Bring a camera if you have one or just come by. We'll work in teams of photographers and data recorders. Be sure to wear sturdy, closed-toe shoes (the terrain is uneven) and comfortable, weather-appropriate clothing. Sunscreen and a hat, too, if you need them.
Documentation Day is on the first Saturday of each month from October to May, weather permitting.
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May 18, 2013 | 12:00 pm
East Austin Arts Presents FRAME
Occurring Saturday, May 18, 2013, 12 pm to 12 am, members of the East Austin Arts association will open their doors for a day of special artist talks, performances, and receptions. Big Medium at Canopy, CoLab Projects at Project Space, MASS Gallery, and Tiny Park have banded together to coordinate their efforts to broaden awareness of contemporary arts in East Austin.
May 18, 2013 | 12:00 pm
Tiny Park presents “Not How It Happened”
Ross and Creps use language that is psychologically charged, occasionally menacing, intentionally disorienting, at times humorous, and always thought provoking. They play with the ambiguity of language to create phrases that can have multiple meanings, are highly sensitive to context, and open to interpretation by the viewer.