The 66th edition of Art City Austin, organized by Art Austin, took place on Friday, April 29 to Sunday, May 1, 2016 at the Palmer Event Center. The event returned to the site of the old City Colosseum where the festival originally launched in 1950. Residents of Bouldin Creek were treated to both indoor and outdoor art exhibitions from over 100 artists, as well as three days of concerts, and dozens of events spread across the city.
Did Art City Austin make you catch the art bug? Dying to indulge in Austin's quirkiest and most creative galleries? Here's our list of the top Austin neighborhoods for art lovers.
Located just west of downtown, Clarksville has become home to some of the city's greatest artists. West of North Lamar Boulevard, historic West 5th and 6th Streets are packed with incredible galleries.
Capital Fine Art specializes in prominent contemporary artists and important estate pieces.
The Wally Workman Gallery, a 100 year-old house, specializes in emergenging talent.
Artworks is home to fine art and mezmerizing blown glass works.
Stephen L. Clark Gallery features amazing local photography.
The Russell Collection Fine Art Gallery features contemporary art displayed next to famous works by Renoir, Pissarro, Picasso, and other 19th and 20th century masters.
This historic neighborhood is an art lover's dream!