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FotoAtx FOTOATX 2019 August 1 - September 1, 2019 FotoATX, launched in 2018, resumes in August 2019. FOTOATX Launches in Austin Texas in January 2018 Festival dates January 5 – February 3, 2018 FotoATX is a new photography festival set to launch in January of 2018.

FotoATX will inspire Austinites and tourists alike to experience our City’s unique character and voice through multiple photographic perspectives in sites all over town. The program, a collaboration between the Cultural Arts Division, the City’s Museum and Cultural Arts Centers of the Austin Parks and Recreation Department, The PrintAustin Festival and our other community partners, was developed to showcase the abundance of talent here in Austin and to promote the City as a vibrant destination for visual arts tourists. There will be a unified Open House on Saturday, January 13th, 2018, all day at all participating sites. Participating sites include: Austin Asian American Resource Center , 8401 Cameron Road Austin Central Library, 710 W Cesar Chavez St. Brush Square Museum, 411 E. 5th St. Dougherty Arts Center, 1110 Barton Springs Rd Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center, 600 River Str Elisabet Ney Museum, 304 E. 44th St George Washington Carver Museum and Culturla Center, 1165 Angelina St Lewis Carnegie Gallery, 1312 East Cesar Chavez St. McCallum High School Art Department, 5600 Sunshine Drive Old Bakery and Emporium, 1006 Congress Ave

Hey folks! It's back! FOTOATX is our annual love letter to photography. The Museums and Cultural Programs Division of th...
07/29/2020

Hey folks! It's back! FOTOATX is our annual love letter to photography. The Museums and Cultural Programs Division of the Austin Parks and Recreation Department gather photographs from young and old, professional and amateur, in a variety of content and media, to demonstrate the versatility of the art form and its ability to make us feel alive with the wonders of the earth and humanity. This year it will be all online beginning August 1st at: Dougherty Arts Center, Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center, Elisabet Ney Museum, Asian American Resource Center - City of Austin, Oakwood Cemetery (Austin, Texas), Old Bakery & Emporium, George Washington Carver Museum, Cultural and Genealogy Center, and at Austin libraries! Check back soon for more details! Photo pictured: "Women Hold Up Half of the Sky", Jeanine Michna-Bales, 2019, part of the Elisabet Ney Museum's Suffrage Now exhibition.

FotoAtx's cover photo
07/27/2020

FotoAtx's cover photo

FotoAtx's cover photo
05/04/2019

FotoAtx's cover photo

05/04/2019

Hey folks! August 2019 is FOTOATX! More info coming up very soon!!

This and the South component tour would be a great way to see the exhibitions in FotoATX!
01/09/2018
TRANSIT ADVENTURE (1/13) | FOTOATX 2018 (North Austin)

This and the South component tour would be a great way to see the exhibitions in FotoATX!

FotoATX is a new photography festival sponsored by the City of Austin’s Cultural Arts Division and the Austin Parks and Recreation Department. We’ll be visiting two exhibits that we’re excited about…and we’re extra excited to not be spending our Saturday in a car! MAKE IT A TRANSIT ADVENTU...

The FIRST FOTOATX Event! See you there!
01/03/2018

The FIRST FOTOATX Event! See you there!

FotoATX Reception is Friday, January 5th, 5-7:00 p.m.

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Drove across Austin to see "Big Bend" at Howson Branch--nope. They told me it had been taken down. It's still August right?
Drove across Austin today to Howson Branch to see "On a clear day" and I was told that it had been taken down. It's still August right?