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Tiny Park in Austin Moving to New Gallery Space

We are pleased to announce that at the close of our current exhibition (the 2012 Drawing Annual, closing May 20), Tiny Park will be moving to a new gallery space at 1101 Navasota Street, at the intersection of 11th Street and Navasota, just east of downtown Austin.

While we have greatly enjoyed the low cost and relaxed feel of hosting exhibitions out of our home, we are excited to have a larger dedicated space that will allow us to present more ambitious exhibitions and a broader range of cultural events and projects. We are also very pleased that we will be centrally located in the same neighborhood as Longbranch Inn, Hillside Farmacy, Switched On, Blue Dahlia, Hill Country Pierogi, and East End Wines (we love food, alcohol, and keyboards, so we are pretty much set).

In our new space we’ll continue to present contemporary art exhibitions, film screenings and literary reading by local and national artists. We have some exciting projects already in the works for the new space and are moving into new territory involving international artists and various outside collaborations.

We are working toward opening our first show in the new space in late June or early July, and may have some fun events while the space is getting a makeover. Our current drawing show in “the old Tiny Park space” is also open through May 20, and we’re participating in the West Austin Studio Tour.

Thank you to those who’ve been so enthusiastic and supportive of our efforts so far: the artists who trusted us to do justice to their work, the many visitors to our humble space, and the media that has given us kind words and helped spread news of our existence. More to come…

Tiny Park
607 1/2 Genard Street
Austin, TX 78751

After May 20:
1101 Navasota Street
Austin, TX 78702

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