One of our artists, Jacqueline Fox, has an article write-up, Technicolor, in Detroit Newsmore
We were excited to see that we were mentioned in the Crestview Neighborhood Newsletter!
"Oh, The Places You'll Go! Art For The People 1711 South 1st St. Two words for this gallery: refreshingly unsnooty. Their website (artforthepeoplegallery.com) and online store are almost as lovely as the real thing. The current exhibit showcasing Austin talent is called, 'Wet, Wild, & a Wee Bit of Whimsy', through Saturday, Oct. 20th. The next group exhibition is themed, 'Let's Take a Walk'. Open call for art will begin sometime in September. Business Manager and Art Director, hallie Rae Ward is passionate about creating a space that celebrates creativity and promotes Austin's artists."more
The Austin Chronicle did a nice shout out for exhibition, 'Wet, Wild, & a Wee Bit o' Whimsy'!
"More than 60 locals supercharge the walls with their creations for this show at the fierce gallery on South First. We really like the art of Chris Celusniak, Laura Lee Romaine, Hallie Rae Ward, and Rakhee Jain Desai, for instance – and that's just four of the pigment-happy crowd here."
- W.A. Brenner, Austin Chronicle wrtiermore
We are super excited that SEE ME FEED ME READ ME included Art For The People in the list of "Unique Gift Shops in Austin For The Perfect Present"! Huge Thank you!! Here is the segment about Art For The People...
We are honored to be featured in the Austin American Statesman in "It’s the last week for you to see these three art exhibits". Our artist, Chloé Jane's artwork is featured as the image! Check it out here!more
We are honored that Sam Anderson - Ramos wrote this wonderful article on our exhibition, "ART for All + ALL for Art".
Check it out here!more
We were very excited that Community Impact reporter, Marie Albiges, came by Art for the People to learn more about First Wednesdays Sip & Shop!
Here's the article:more
Art for the People was on the news with Tania Ortega on FOX 7 on Friday, January 20th, the morning of the opening reception for ART for All + ALL for Art.
This exhibition celebrates artists that participate in the program, Art From the Streets. This program provides opportunity artists that are in a transitional period in their life, either homeless or just moved into housing, to create and sell their art
We had a great time with part of the FOX 7 crew!more
Hallie Rae Ward, Business Manager
We are honored that Susi Brister and Dameon Lester: Fuzzy exhibition was chosen as one of the "WEST PICKS" this year for the WEST Austin Studio Tour!
Thank you Jill Schroeder, owner of Grey Duck Gallery, and Joel Sumner, board chair of Art Alliance Austin, for choosing these artists and this exhibition!more