The Artpace Blog


Artpace Associate Educators meet UT Austin’s Dr. Paul Bolin

Ernesto Olivo touring students through Anya Gallaccio’s «This much is true.» Photo credit Francisco Cortes.   As an Artpace Associate Educator, I am always looking to make my tours special for each individual. There is no standard method when walking students through an exhibition. One has to keep in mind that every student has a […]



As my summer graduate internship draws to a close here at Artpace, I have been thinking of Chalk It Up educational activities that link to the work of Artpace’s upcoming Fall 2013 Artists-in-Residents:  Micol Assaël (Rome, Italy), Erin Shirreff (New York, New York), and Ivor Shearer (Houston, Texas). Micol Assaël’s interest in electricity particularly stood […]


Kids R Kids at Artpace

Kids R Kids have been a steady summer group visiting and interacting with Artpace Education for three years now. The children always have creative thoughts to share about the contemporary artwork they see here and were a captured audience to the Clarissa Tossin film in her Summer 2013 International Artists-in-Residence program exhibition. -Becca Najera, Artpace Associate […]


(half) Camp Artpace: A (half) Retrospective

Considering the fact that I work at night, and waking up at 10am is extremely early for me, Kaela was kind enough to allow me to start Camp Artpace at 11am. So this blog post will be about what I refer to affectionately as The Half-day Camp Artpace Week Two Experience (HDCAWTE). Since I arrived […]