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Keep Austin Creating #4

  • Motion Media Arts Center 2200 Tillery Street Austin, TX, 78723 United States (map)

1,2,3...It's Keep Austin Creating #4!


Our space inhabits 20,000 square feet of a repurposed industrial warehouse in East Austin providing an artful hub for the community. Our goal is to continue to sustain an accessible creative arts + tech hub for the community - not only those already actively aware of digital arts but those who are interested or yet to be. Opening doors for all ages, making it a financially viable option by providing alternative education, resources and a safe creative space to continue to learn, work and create. 


*Austin Bat Cave
501(c)3 nonprofit organization that provides children and teenagers (ages 6-18) with opportunities to develop their creativity. 

*Austin Cinemaker Space
Membership program run by arts non-profit, Motion Media Arts Center providing Central Texas with a place to learn, work and create!

*Bid Chaos Welcome
Endless bootleg (apparel) for the Connoisseur! Founded and run by two ATX multimedia artists, Shea & Candice. 

*Caroline Eck
Caroline is a multimedia arts living and working in Austin, Texas. 

*Cultural Void
Enamel pins inspired by dark art, nature and science fiction. 

*Sherwood Forest Zine Library
1900+ collection of zines and independent media that is not only archived, but also in circulation located in Austin, Texas! Membership to the library is free and allowing members to check zines out and participate in zine events free of cost.

*Dirty Fingers Ceramics
Hand built or wheel thrown, high fire pottery and jewelry by Cecilia Yakin. Add a little magic to your daily rituals!

*Hive Art Collective
We seek to empower women of color, trans, queer, and cis women, and non-binary folks. Whether you’re an established or emerging artist, let’s make art confidently.

*Hyperreal Film Club
A time and place for new friends, old friends, freaks, geeks, enemies, lover and ghosts to come watch neat flicks. 

*Oddball Vintage
Handpicked vintage wares and apparel by two Central, Texas creatives. 

*Pleasure Cruise Press
Owned and operated by a core group of like-minded musicians, writers & filmmakers showcasing and releasing limited edition multimedia works. 

*Radical Xicana
Radical Xicana handmade and designed artwork & wares. 

*Yoga for Creatives
A free one hour yoga session with ASoF Creative Coordinator, Angs Gallegos.

*Mélange a Trois
We embrace a cultural trinity balancing handmade creations, fashion, and life's fluid eccentricity.

*Breath Acting Studio
Offers classes and workshops to challenge actors to find their own truth in each moment.

*Metamorphosis Writing Studio
Helping writers find the right techniques and strategies to develop their skills.

*Mopac Media
Central Texas film gear rental!

*Fiona Mason
Fluid and collage artist using acrylic and oil paints with a variety of colors and a multitude of found objects and paper for collages. 

*Austin Film Watch
A blog that compiles an easily digestible list of the best cheap, weird, very high brow, very low brow, and unusual film screenings in Austin. 

*Begging Ritual
Multimedia art works

Original illustrations, pins and home of the one dollar doodles!

*Other Worlds Film Festival
ATX #1 Scifi Film Festival!

*Maryann Monaghan
Zines, pins, shirts, jewelry, and paintings

*Thunder N Lightning
Superf fun & unique enamel pins!

*Whitney Turetzky
Activism, fine art, and modern heirlooms that tell stories of connection and kinship. 

*Austin Emerging Arts Leaders
Offers workshops, scholarships and networking opportunities for early career creatives and arts administrators. 

*Jeremy Earhart
One-of-a-kind airbrushed clothing & art pieces.



Zucchini Kill Bakery
Austin #1 bakery for vegan and gluten free sweet treats. Yes, they have a vegan twinkie! 



Candice Charge
Local artist, musician, and co-owner of Bid Chaos Welcome will be spinning records for you all evening. 



Dave Creaney is a portrait, documentary, and editorial photographer living and working in Austin, Texas. He will be taking large format film portraits in MMAC’s photobooth as part of KAC #4. 


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