The Peoples Gallery @ City Hall Presents: Art after Six

The Peoples Gallery @ City Hall Presents: Art after Six


Austin City Hall

301 W. 2nd Street


Friday, September 7th

6pm to 8 pm

** Please note that fellow Meetup Group Member Greg Jones will be outside the front exist door (2nd Street Side of Entrance, not Cesar Chavez Street) from 6 to 6:15pm


John Christensen, James Talbot, Denise Prince, and Jill Bedgood

About Opening

Artworks are on display throughout the first three floors of City Hall and visitors are welcome to take self-guided tours. Artist presentations will begin at 6:30 p.m. in Council Chambers. The City of Austin is proud to present The People's Gallery at City Hall. This free, annual exhibition is designed to showcase regional artists and to encourage public dialog, understanding, and enjoyment of visual art. The works presented span a range of sensibilities and materials while holding to a high standard of quality in the field.  Exhibition guides are available on the first three floors of City Hall so that visitors may do a self-guided tour.

About Program

Since 1985, Art in Public Places has commissioned over 200 public artworks throughout Austin with the goal of inspiring residents, fostering neighborhood identity, creating jobs for artists, and keeping our city unique. The City of Austin was the first municipality in Texas to make a commitment to include works of art in construction projects. By ordinance, 2% of budgets for capital improvement projects are allocated to commission or purchase art for that site. Austin's Public Art Collection is found at sites such as the airport, convention center, libraries, parks, police stations, recreation centers, and streetscapes.





Parking is available in the City Hall garage, enter on Lavaca Street between Cesar Chavez and 2nd Streets.

Parking garage underneath the building. There is parking validation with this event.  Let the parking attendant know you are attending the Arts After Six.  The venue will validate parking when arrive upstairs at the event.

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  • Sysan K.

    The art was great and hearing the artists speak added another dimension to the viewing. As far as meeting people, it may have been my fault for not approaching anyone, but it didn't seem to offer the type of experience where it is natural to talk to people next to you. It was kind of spread out.

    September 9, 2012

  • frank l.

    Hi all, I'd like to shoot some shots; is there any rule that needs to be followed? Thanks.

    September 3, 2012

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