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Versions: New Work - Brandon Heinley / Daniel M. Olsen

Brandon Heinley and Daniel M. Olsen display new work questioning preconceptions of products, lumber, pixels, and the ubiquitous lens of technology.




Listen Here! A Design Lecture

The Listen Here! Design Lecture Series is a self-initiated on-going series which brings respected designers into the gallery to share their knowledge, free of charge. Each speaker is given ten minutes to dive in to the personal process behind their work and how it applies to their art. Feel free to hang out after the lectures to meet the speakers, grab a drink, and chat with your fellow art lovers. The lineup features; designer, BJ Heinley of Heinley Projects; educator and photographer Dan Olsen, sign painters, Kayla Fritz and Hannah Epelbaum from Good Snake; Em Dash, Art Director Kate Collins; and all cool dude, Photographer, Sandy Carson.




Graham Dickie : Till We All Gone

Graham Dickie is a multimedia journalist from Austin, Texas. He is currently based in Beijing, China. His new film, "Till We All Gone" was produced over the course of four seasons is a vérité exploration of rap music and rural life in the state of Louisiana, centered around the town of Clinton (population: 1,589). Initially inspired by the "song-collecting" expeditions of Alan Lomax -- who, over the course of four decades in the mid-20th century, played an invaluable role in popularizing the Blues worldwide -- I sought to dig deep into the heart of contemporary hip-hop in the Deep South, a historically embattled region that has cradled many of America's great musical forms. After many days and nights spent in a van in the countryside, this film resulted.




VHS Movie Night

VHS Movie Night features, live on the big screen, a VHS movie with back-to-back showings of Purple Rain and Shamus. We’ll supply the movie, popcorn, candy, drinks, and prizes. You just bring your PJs, blankets, pillows, and some friends.


Our gallery is a distinctive space hidden in plain sight in the heart of Austin, just east of downtown. We aim to create unique experiences, and we like to share this with others. In the past, we’ve hosted workshops, lectures, feasts, visual exhibitions and performances.


We’re 3 Miles from the Airport, 6 Blocks from the Convention Center, and a 10 minute walk to the Lady Bird Lake & the heart of 6th Street.
See the map for nearby restaurants, coffee shops, bike rentals, and other areas of interest

our space

Rentals include access to our gallery, kitchen area, and backyard. Depending on whether you’re using the space for exhibition or event purposes, the gallery walls may be available as well.

More specifically, base rentals include

  • a moveable wall (white on one side & chalkboard on the other)
  • a conference table
  • chairs (6)
  • kitchen area access (includes sink, a refrigerator and hot plate)
  • backyard access
  • a projector

Some of our optional amenities for an additional fee

  • extra chairs and tables
  • camera gear (lighting, tripods, cameras, etc)
  • 10’x10’ canopy / pop-up tent

feel free to bring

  • food & beverages
  • music
  • tables & chairs


Our prices vary depending on any special considerations, the size of the event, and the duration. Give us a call or shoot over an email, and we can get you an estimate.

We’re located at
1312B E. Cesar Chavez
Austin, Texas 78703

The entrance is located off of Navasota, through the back gate.

Let's talk.

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