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MoHA's Greatest Hits

Since 2012, the Museum of Human Achievement (MoHA) has championed creativity and inclusivity in Austin. Founded by artists and community leaders, MoHA tackles cultural displacement head-on, offering a home for artists and creatives at risk of being driven out by the city’s rapid economic changes. But MoHA's impact goes beyond Austin, with artists and programs gaining local, national, and international recognition. Below are just a few highlights from the past 12 years.

From The Shabooming, a MoHA Holiday Show, 2023

Selected Big Impressive Grants

Grant How We Did About the Grant
City of Austin "Thrive" grant Awarded the maximum amount of funding ($150,000) for two years for our arts & cultural work advancing racial equity, and representing the LGBTQIA+ and disability communities. Thrive Grants provide focused investment to sustain and grow arts organizations that are deeply rooted in and reflective of Austin’s diverse cultures.
Grant for Technology Opportunities Program Multi-year recipient, awarded maximum amount of funding ($35,000), for work addressing digital equity and access, specifically our CATS+ program. The Grant for Technology Opportunities Program (GTOPs) is a $400,000 a year grant directed at improving the community's ability to fully participate in the digital society. GTOPs provides four award pathways for local Austin nonprofit groups to apply for funding.
National Endowment for the Arts (various) 6 time recipient at various funding levels ($10,000-$40,000) for various community-driven programs. The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) is an independent federal agency that is the largest funder of the arts and arts education in communities nationwide and a catalyst of public and private support for the arts.
Mid-America Arts Alliance Awarded $40,000 to support critical day-to-day operating costs. Mid-America Arts Alliance is a nonprofit, Regional Arts Organization that serves Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, and Texas. We focus on strengthening communities and improving lives through extraordinary cultural experiences.
Texas Commissionon the Arts (various) Awarded various grants ($1,000-$13,5000) over multiple years to support specific programming goals. TCA supports a diverse and innovative arts community in Texas by providing resources to enhance economic development, arts education, cultural tourism and artist sustainability initiatives.
United Way + Austin Community Foundation All Together ATX award Awarded $10,000 to support cultural programming. All Together ATX, a joint effort from Austin Community Foundation and United Way for Greater Austin, today announced $2.2 million in grant funding will be disbursed to 70 nonprofits working to support communities experiencing economic and health-related hardships caused by COVID-19 in Central Texas.

Selected Best-Of Press

Year Award Publication
2023 Top 3 Museums in Austin Concept Animals
2023 Best of 2023 for The Shabooming/Edward Normalhands Glasstire
2019 Best of 2019 for Janet40: Li Po Glasstire
2018 Top 10 Fine Art Moments for Cage Match Project Austin Chronicle
2017 Best Shopping - Early 90s Shopping Experience Austin Chronicle
2017 Best Body of Work, Best Group Gallery, Best Independent Project Austin Critics Table
2016 Best “Not A Museum” Museum Austin Chronicle
2016 Best Body of Work, Best Independant Project nomination Austin Critics Table
2015 Top 10 Contemporary Art Galleries in Austin, TX Austin Chronicle
2014 Best Work of Art / Independant or Public Project for AHoM Austin Critics Table

More Recognition and Reviews

MoHA artists and programs have been featured in:

  • Art in America
  • Artforum
  • ARTnews
  • Arts+Culture Texas
  • Austin-American Statesman
  • BOMB
  • Carnegie Mellon
  • CNN
  • Glasstire
  • Juxtapoz
  • KLRU
  • KVRX
  • KUT
  • The New York Times
  • NPR
  • Pitchfork
  • Smithsonian
  • Vice

Latest MoHA Press

MoHA artists and events are always being recognized. Here is some our most recent press.

Headline Date Authors Type Description Event
Qmmunity: Ride ’Em Cowboy May 1, 2024 James Scott Article Sawyer Stoltz and Jeremy Stilb talk the upcoming live table read of their adult film script, BULLRIDE BULLRIDE
Austin Post-Punk Troupe Single Lash Pay Tribute to the Commedia Dell’Arte in Their Video for “Sugar Armadillo” April 18, 2024 Alice Teeple Article Austin-based ensemble Single Lash pays tribute to the Old World theatrical tradition with Sugar Armadillo, off of their latest LP Ladida, as well as “stylistic North Star Steve Strange of the band Visage. Single Lash Music Video Shoot
poolboy: don’t pick up March 28, 2024 Hayley Labrum Morrison Review You know that feeling of sweet ecstacy when you discover an addicting reality show that already has three seasons under its belt? It’s a pool of open water to dive into; ripe for the binge. poolboy was in its fourth season in 2022 when I happened upon its zaniness. poolboy00 (Sam Mayer) and his best friend momgrab (Julia Mounsey) responded to prompts from an audience at Co-Lab Projects’ Glissman Culvert as I waded in a nearby collapsible pool. Maybe it was the cool water against my skin on a sweltering Texas night, or the sweaty dancing at Cheer-up Charlies afterward, but poolboy: I WANT TO LISTEN struck a chord with me that night. Poolboy: don't pick up
Glasstire’s Best of 2023 December 11, 2023 Zoe Roden Article Glasstire’s staff and contributors share which Texas-based shows, events, and works made their personal “best” lists for 2023. Edward Normalhands
Eighties Punks Meat Joy Reminisce After Landing in Austin for Reunion Dates October 16, 2023 Genevieve Wood Article Triple homecoming shows around their 1984 LP reissue kick off tomorrow Meat Joy Reunion Show
Qmmunity: Y’alloween Fun October 12, 2023 James Scott Article Keep up the tradition of great gay Halloween fun with these queer Austin events Queer Community Care: a Night at the Drive-in
Meat Joy Reunion Shows and More Crucial Concerts This Week September 14, 2023 Genevieve Wood Article Ways to celebrate the annular eclipse, fundraise for Sarah Brown, and avoid ACL Meat Joy Reunion Show
See all of it here.

Notable Members of the MoHA Family

Studio Members

Artist Bio MoHA Events
Adrian Aguilera Adrian has exhibited both nationally and internationally at The Philbrook Museum, The Contemporary Austin, Artpace San Antonio, The Blanton Museum of Art at the University of Texas, and The George Washington Carver Museum. He is currently an MFA candidate at Cornell. ART BY THE POUND, Adrian Aguillera: a going away party, Its not you, its me A SelfieGauntlet, Live in a Squareykah, McDonald Observatory Gallery Redesign, MoHA Alone: A Home Alone Musical, Station to Stations (Season 1)
Adrian Armstrong Armstrong has been featured on Sotheby’s, Oprah, 6 emerging black artists: Cultured, and is a resident of NXTHVN.
Betelhem Makonnen Makonnen's work in photography, video, installation and writing is shown nationally and internationally. Her work has been featured in a variety of publications including Artforum, NYT, Frieze, Hyperallergic, Zoetrope, O Menelick 2º Ato, Revista Lampejo, and Glasstire. In addition to her practice she co-organizes Addis Video Art Festival, a platform for video art in Ethiopia, and is a co-founder member of the Austin-based arts collective Black Mountain Project. A Night of Powerpoint Lectures, ART BY THE POUND, Its not you, its me A SelfieGauntlet
Everest Pipkin (Gallery Director and Studio Member) From 2011 to 2013, Pipkin ran Wardenclyffe Gallery, an Austin multidisciplinary art space. In 2013, Pipkin was a part of exhibitions at Greyduck Gallery, The Texas Biennial, and Fusebox Festival. In 2020 Pipkin created a tool called "Image Scrubber" in response to Black Lives Matter protests that allowed protesters to blur out faces and remove metadata from their images, this tool became widely used during the movement to protect protesters' safety. (Couch) Surfing: A Half-Decade of Welcome to my Homepage, AHoM, Altar I: Baroquemon, Altar VI: Shapes (and other Shapes), Crystal Portraits: An Evening of Little Wonders, Everest Pipkin (Residency), Just Some Me Time…, Keeping Dreamtime, Melanie Clemmons and Everest Pipkin, Open Studios and Pastelegram Yard Sale, SPAMS - The Internet: The Restaurant, SPORTS, The Highest Grossing Film of 1994, The Institute of Desktop Archeology
Sam Rofles Rolfes' practice has expressed itself across a spectrum of formats, from livestream improvisational comedy, to live animation on stage, print design for fashion collections, album covers, and music videos for collaborators including Lady Gaga, Danny Elfman, Holly Herndon, Danny L Harle, Metallica, Amnesia Scanner, Lunice, Dezel Curry, Arca, Nike, Adult Swim, and music festivals across the world.
Nadia Waheed Nadia has shown work at Nicodim (Los Angeles & New York), Jeffrey Deitch (Los Angrles & New York), Gallery 19557 (London), Arsenal Contemporary (New York), Mindy Solomon Gallery (Miami), Patel Gallery (Toronto). She has a BFA in Painting & Drawing from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Its not you, its me A SelfieGauntlet, See Me Where I Am

Resident Artists

Artist Bio MoHA Events
Holland Andrews Showing at the 2024 Whitney Biennial, United States Artists fellow. They have been reviewed in The Wire, the New York Times, Le Monde, La Repubblica, the Financial Times, the New Yorker, Electronic Sound, Uncut, and BBC Radio. Batman Returns Returns (Portland), Holland Andrews (Residency)
Brigitte Bandit 1st time in drag at MoHA. Bandit's first testimony against Senate Bill 12 went viral, both for her full drag look (the photo of which was named one of Time's Top 100 Photos of 2023) and because she pointed out the "absurdity" of the bill because. After the bill was passed, Bandit was one of five plaintiffs in the ACLU's lawsuit against it. Tanline Steamroller
Sabrina Ellis Sabrina Ellis formed the band A Giant Dog, with songwriting partner Andrew Cashen. A Giant Dog was signed to Merge Records for their 2nd album, 2016’s Pile. Between all of Ellis’s projects, they’ve shared stages with artists like Jack White, Ty Segall, Spoon, and Jawbreaker. Ellis’s solo work has been produced by Against Me! frontwoman Laura Jane Grace, and they’ve accumulated more Austin Music Awards than one can count. Batman Returns Returns, Batman Returns Returns (Portland), Edward Normalhands, MoHA Alone: A Home Alone Musical
Justin Favela Favela's work has been featured in museums and galleries across the United States and the United Kingdom. Justin is the recipient of the 2018 Alan Turing LGTBIQ Award in the category of International Artist. His podcast, Latinos Who Lunch, won the Best of Vegas 2018 award for Best Local Podcast and was ranked number 3 on Remezcla's list of Latinx Podcasts. In 2021, Favela was awarded the Joan Mitchell Fellowship from the Joan Mitchell Foundation. All You Can Eat, Justin Favela, Justin Favela (Residency), Live in a Squareykah, Puddin's Student Government
Grow your own Cloud Their work has been recognised by the United Nations and EU Starts Prize. In 2022 they were named Science Breakthrough of the Year by Falling Walls. GYOC has been presented at major international forums such as WEF Davos and World Climate Summit 2019. Their work is regularly showcased by events such as SXSW and VivaTech as well as artistic exhibitions at Bozar, Telefonica Foundation and ZKM. Powerpointin' 2: REALTIME
Yuliya Lanina Lanina had multiple exhibits at MoHA then onto: Fulbright Fellow (Vienna, Austria), Headlands Art Center (CA), Yaddo (NY), Artpace (SA), Yaddo Fellowship (NY), Marble House Project (NY), The Puffin Foundation (NJ) Bring Your Own Beamer, Its not you, its me A SelfieGauntlet, Shock and Awwww: Jump Scares but Cute, Spare the Rod, Tetractys and Yuliya Lanina, This is a Test of the Internal Emergency Broadcast System, Within, Above and Beyond
Sam Lavigne Lavigne has exhibited work at the Whitney Museum, the Shed, Lincoln Center, SFMOMA, Pioneer Works, DIS, Ars Electronica, the New Museum. Selected works include Smell Dating with artist Tega Brain, White Collar Crime Risk Zones, The Good Life and The Stupid Shit No One Needs and Terrible Ideas Hackathon. He has been named an Honoree at the Webby Awards twice. Are UXperienced, Curses, Making Something Real That Seems Fake, The APD Decruitment Initiative
Rachel Mars Mars is an artist and performer. 2017 Oxford Samuel Beckett Theatre Trust Award Winners. Recent theatre commissions have included HOME Manchester/The Entertainment Group, Leeds Playhouse, The Junction, Cambridge; Royal Court Tottenham; Fuel Theatre and Ovalhouse. Recent residencies include The Orchard Project and Asylum (NY), Playwrights Centre (Minneapolis), Horizon Showcase (UK) and Cove Park (UK) Fellow at the Birkbeck Centre of Contemporary Theatre UK. Next Year People, Our Carnal Hearts, Rachel Mars (Residency), Waffle Chat
Slava Mogutin Forced to leave Russia, Mogutin was granted political asylum in the US with the support of Amnesty International and PEN American Center. This asylum to the US became the first to be granted based on homophobic prosecution. Since 1999, his photography has been exhibited internationally and featured in a wide range of publications including The New York Times, The Village Voice, i-D, Visionaire, L'Uomo Vogue, Secret Behavior, and BUTT. Hanging with Slava, Imagine Ursula, Slava Mogutin (Residency), Slava Mogutin's Food Chain
Manik Nakra Nakra's work has been included in numerous solo and group exhibitions throughout Texas and San Francisco, participated in The LINE Residency in 2020, and was included in his first institutional museum show at The Contemporary, Austin Texas in 2021. AHoM, ART BY THE POUND, Keeping Dreamtime, The Space Between: An Art Show of Custom Caskets
P1nkstar P1nkstar is ur fav electr0nic pop superstar!! P1nkstar merges hyperpop with neo-perreo and club and has been described as “early Aughts Paris Hilton on Hello Kitty steroids” by The Austin Chronicle, who recently crowned her as their Queer Pop Princess. Since her performance debut in late 2016, p1nkstar has shared bills with Charli XCX, Crystal Waters, The Ladies of LCD Soundsystem, Alok V. Menon, Dorian Electra, JD Samson, OSHUN, and Sateen. An Evening with P1nkstar, Y2K and ADiEAN, Batman Returns Returns, Dolly Fest 2019, Fantastic Arcade Retro(spective), Invocation of my Demon Sister, Its not you, its me A SelfieGauntlet, LIVE HARD (Die Hard: The Musical), MoHA Alone: A Home Alone Musical, P1nky and the Kwane: Another Soup Opera!, Puddin's Student Government, Starry Night Prom, Swim for SWOP, The Spinning Beach Ball of Death
Poncili Established in 2012 in Puerto Rico by twin brothers Pablo and Efrain Del Hierro, Poncili Creación is best known for their subversive public interventions using multiple media, experimental narratives, and an assemblage of hand-crafted objects often made from salvaged foam stuffing and foam rubber. They have presented their work internationally in puppet festivals, galleries, museums, art fairs, music festivals, as well as communes, schools, bars, and bathrooms. Their work has been show on PBS, Pioneerworks, MoMA etc… AHoM, Explosioncita, Plasma Pool 5: John Cage Match, Poncili Creacion, Poncili Creacion (Residency)
Tammie Rubin Rubin has exhibited widely, selections include Project Row Houses, Houston, TX., the Hessel Museum of Art at Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY., George Washington Carver Museum, Austin, TX., Mulvane Art Museum, KS., Indianapolis Art Center, Indianapolis, IN., The Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, TX., Women & Their Work Gallery, Austin, TX., and C24 Gallery, New York, NY. She's represented by C24 Gallery, New York, NY., Galleri Urbane, Dallas, TX., & Rivalry Projects, Buffalo, NY. Cage Match Project, Round VIII: This is Everything, Nerdy Thursdays

Selected Hosted Artists

Since 2012, MoHA has hosted events with some pretty cool (read: famous) artists. Here are just a few of them:

Artist Bio MoHA Event
BADBADNOTGOOD BadBadNotGood (stylized in all caps) is a Canadian instrumental band and production team from Toronto, Canada. The group was founded in 2010 by bassist Chester Hansen, keyboardist Matthew Tavares, and drummer Alexander Sowinski. In 2016, they were joined by frequent collaborator Leland Whitty. They have had critical and crossover success, finding audiences in the hip hop, jazz, and alternative music communities. x The Needledrop Day Party
Julianna Barwick Julianna Barwick is an American composer and vocalist renowned for her ethereal soundscapes. Utilizing looping and layering techniques, her music often features her voice as the central instrument, creating dreamlike and atmospheric compositions. Julianna Barwick
Mykki Blanco Mykki Blanco is an American rapper, performance artist, poet and activist. She has collaborated musically with artists including Kanye West, Teyana Taylor, and Blood Orange. Unisex Earplug
Bread and Puppet Theater The Bread and Puppet Theater (often known simply as Bread & Puppet) is a politically radical puppet theater, active since the 1960s, based in Glover, Vermont. The theater was co-founded by Elka and Peter Schumann. Schumann is the artistic director. Bread and Puppet Theater
Daveed Diggs Daveed Diggs is an American actor, rapper, and singer-songwriter. He is the vocalist of the experimental hip hop group Clipping, and in 2015, he originated the dual roles of Marquis de Lafayette and Thomas Jefferson in the musical Hamilton, for which he won a 2016 Tony Award for Best Actor in a Featured Role in a Musical. x The Needledrop Day Party
Jad Fair Jadwin B. Fair is an American singer, guitarist, graphic artist, and founding member of lo-fi alternative rock group Half Japanese. Hardly Sound Ep. 4
Anthony Fantano Anthony Fantano is an American music critic and internet personality who runs The Needle Drop, a YouTube channel with a tie-in website and Twitch streaming channel. x The Needledrop Day Party
Guillermo Gómez-Peña Guillermo Gómez-Peña is a Mexican/Chicano performance artist, writer, activist, and educator. Gómez-Peña has created work in multiple media, including performance art, experimental radio, video, photography and installation art. His fifteen books include essays, experimental poetry, performance scripts, photographs and chronicles in both English, Spanish and Spanglish. He is a founding member of the pioneering art collective Border Arts Workshop/Taller de Arte Fronterizo (1985-1992) and artistic director of the performance art troupe La Pocha Nostra 100 Ways to Cross the Border, The Mex Files: A Divination Ritual
Jim Findlay Jim Findlay works across boundaries as a theater artist, visual artist, and filmmaker. His work includes his original performances Vine of the Dead (2015), Dream of the Red Chamber (2014), Botanica (2012) and the direction and design of David Lang's the whisper opera as well as the unreleased 3D film Botanica. Vine of the Dead, 11 Ritual Gestures
Lauren Lee McCarthy Lauren Lee McCarthy is a Chinese-American artist and computer programmer based in Los Angeles. McCarthy creates artworks that use a variety of media and techniques, including performance, artificial intelligence and programmed computer-based interaction. She created p5.js, an open-source and web-based version of the software Processing. Lauren Lee McCarthy: Surrogate – Performance In Progress
Flaming Lips The Flaming Lips are an American psychedelic rock band formed in 1983 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. NYEE: Christmas on Mars, Sweaters I Have Known and Loved
Thurston Moore Thurston Joseph Moore is an American guitarist, singer and songwriter best known as a member of the rock band Sonic Youth. Unisex Earplug
Nástio Mosquito Nástio Mosquito is an Angolan-born multidisciplinary artist.[1][2] He works in music, sound, video art, performance art, installation art, and spoken word poetry Us and We (T.T.T.A.W.)
Helado Negro Helado Negro is an American musician. In 2019 he was awarded a United States Artists Fellow in Music and also the recipient of a 2019 Grants to Artists award in Music from the Foundation for Contemporary Arts. In 2015 he received a Joyce Foundation award. Friend Island
No Age No Age is an American noise rock duo consisting of guitarist Randy Randall and drummer/vocalist Dean Allen Spunt. No Age
Amanda Palmer Amanda Palmer is an American singer, songwriter, musician, and performance artist who is the lead vocalist, pianist, and lyricist of the duo The Dresden Dolls. Amanda Palmer
Kenya (Robinson) Kenya Robinson is an American multimedia artist whose work includes performance, sculpture and installation. Raised in Gainesville, Florida, (Robinson)'s work depicts themes of privilege and consumerism, exploring perceptions of gender, race and ability. Sampling
Silver Apples Silver Apples were an American electronic rock group[2] from New York, active between 1967 and 1970, before reforming in the mid-1990s. NYE with Silver Apples, Zorch, Sleep Over, Xander Harris, Amphibian Lark
Ken Vandermark Ken Vandermark is an American composer, saxophonist, and clarinetist. Nate Wooley and Ken Vandermark

What Starts at MoHA

Work shown/created/premiered at MoHA has gone onto:


MoMA, Gugenheim, Carnegie Hall, LACMA, NYU, Museo Jumex, Crystal Bridges, Whitney Museum, the Shed, Lincoln Center, SFMOMA, Pioneer Works, the New Museum, Meow Wolf, Burning Man


Cannes (France), Sundance (US), Dark Mofo (NZ), Ars Electronica (Austria), Roskilde (DK), Art Basel (US), Zona Maco (MX), Frieze Art Fair (US), Edinburgh Fringe (Scotland), Venice Biennial (Italy), Whitney Biennial (US), Fusebox (US), Bonnaroo (US), Coachella (US), Time Based Art Festival (US), Satellite Art Show (US), Performance is Alive (US)


The Blanton, The Contemporary, Mexic-arte, The Elisabet Ney Museum, Bullock, The Thinkery, Govalle Elementary


McDonald Observatory, Nike, Sony, Marvel, Mars, Facebook


Artist working with/at MoHA have gone onto programs at Yale, Carnegie Mellon, NYU, RISD, among others

Program Spotlight: Welcome to my Homepage

Welcome to my Homepage is an international online residency program that offers artists financial and technical support to explore the internet as a site for creative production. Welcome to my Homepage was founded in 2014 and has since hosted over 65 artists from across the World Wide Web. Below is a selection of recognition from Homepage artists.

Year Artist/Program Recognition
2021, 2022 Rachel Stuckey (Director of Digital Arts, MoHA) Presenter, Computer Art Study Days, Smithsonian Archives of American Art
2021 Sam Lavigne, resident Project Zoom Escaper received a great deal of attention from a range of publications like The Guardian, The Verge, Vice, The Daily Show, and CNN.
2021 Andie Flores, resident Project Anti-Tourism Manifesto was listed as a Best of 2021 by Glasstire

MoHA Programs

Program Program Category Description
CATS+ Digital Arts The Collaborative Art + Technology Situation (CATS+) is a residency and community program that encourages thoughtful, critical, creative engagement with technology. The CATS+ Residency Program groups cohorts of artists and tech wizards to learn together, make new projects, and share their process. We host collaborations, artist-led workshops, hangouts, public showcases, and a wiki to remove the mystery from tech and make magic together.
Digital Do-Si-Do Digital Arts Digital Do-Si-Do is an online media exchange presented in partnership with Games Y’all. It happens bi-monthly in our Discord servers and is a fun, low-stakes opportunity to make something creative, try new software or digital techniques, and meet friends.
Fantastic Arcade Digital Arts An annual festival which celebrates, amplifies, and supports the unique and underrepresented in indie video games and play. Fantastic Arcade operates as a community year-round, hosting quarterly game jams, monthly online and physical meetups, an active Discord server and other ongoing digital programs.
Games Y'all Digital Arts Games Y’all is a meetup presented by the Museum of Human Achievement, held every month at venues around Austin for indie devs, digital artists, and games fans.
Welcome to my Homepage Digital Arts An international online residency program that offers artists financial and technical support to explore the internet as a site for creative production. Welcome to my Homepage was founded in 2014 and has since hosted over 65 artists from across the World Wide Web.
Cage Match Project Exhibition CMP is a gallery that lives in an industrial caged-trailer. This weathered and rusted container resides in a gravel parking lot in Austin, Texas where it is under constant exposure to the elements and 24-hour public viewership. It's current curator is Ariel René Jackson, a multidisciplinary artist. Cage Match Project was developed by Ryan Hawk, a Houston based artist
Drive-In Exhibition A series of drive-in movies and in-car activities at The Museum of Human Achievement. An Enjoyable Community Cinematic Experience.
Holiday Show Exhibition Building on historical East Austin traditions, since 2013, MoHA has hosted a holiday show as an annual act of coming together. This celebration places community leaders on stage in leading roles. Historically we see the largest influx of new interest in the organization based on a fun, campy and approachable environment. This celebration provides a welcome space for joy amongst the community, many of whom the holiday season is a time of stress.
Station to Stations Exhibition An international gallery housed within the destination sign of a former San Antonio city bus that now serves as a mobile performance platform. As the bus travels from place to place, or station to stations, the destination sign features text-based ideas from around the globe, transforming the bus into a moving network.
The Mall Exhibition The Mall is a small art gallery in Austin, TX. We help artists make a living, with a particular interest in uplifting women artists, queer artists, and artists of color whose voices are more often marginalized, and to create an exciting and beautiful platform and context for their work. A majority of our gallery features works from Austin artists, and is exemplary of the unique culture of Austin. Beyond a space for exhibition, The Mall also actively facilitates education and community via four workshops annually, and the creation of new art via commissions of editioned work.
Unlisted Projects Residency Since 2014, Unlisted Projects has hosted international artists and leaders through an ongoing residency program based at the Museum of Human Achievement. UP facilitates transborder connections and international collaboration through friendship and the production of thoughtful new work. The community-driven nature of UP and its host location MoHA is firmly rooted in the idea of bringing people together to share their lived experience in a trusted and welcoming space.