Virtual Only
Studio #
450

1601 Navasota St

Oakwood Cemetery Chapel

Digital Photography
Pow Wow Dance 1
Pow Wow Dance 1

Watercolor

0

NFS

0

Available in-studio and in online shop

Untitled
Untitled

0

Available in-studio and in online shop

Waterspout off Galveston Island
Waterspout off Galveston Island

0

Available in-studio and in online shop

Tonkawas at Walnut Creek
Tonkawas at Walnut Creek

2020, na,

0

Available in-studio and in online shop

Pow Wow Dance 2
Pow Wow Dance 2

Watercolor,

0

Available in-studio and in online shop

Pow Wow Dance 1
Pow Wow Dance 1

Watercolor

0

Available in-studio and in online shop

Jennifer Chenoweth

In-person

Public Park

Performance

El Camino Real de los Tejas Crankie Suite

+

Nov 10

at

2:00 PM

till

Onion Creek Metropolitan Park - 8652 Nuckols Crossing Rd, The GPS locate point for the event is 30°09'53.57"N 97°45'23.74"W

Artistic performance in Onion Creek Metropolitan Park, on the NPS historic trail. Brian Beattie and Valerie Fowler perform “El Camino Real de los Tejas Crankie Suite”- a time traveling trip across Texas, from the Rio Grande to Austin, told in songs and images. Valerie cranks a 48-foot illustrated scroll in her "Crankie Box", while Brian sings the story.

ADA accessibility

No ADA accessibility

By appointment only

Jennifer Chenoweth

In-person

Public Park

Performance

El Camino Real de los Tejas Crankie Suite

+

Nov 10

at

3:00 PM

till

Onion Creek Metropolitan Park - 8652 Nuckols Crossing Rd, The GPS locate point for the event is 30°09'53.57"N 97°45'23.74"W

Artistic performance in Onion Creek Metropolitan Park, on the NPS historic trail. Brian Beattie and Valerie Fowler perform “El Camino Real de los Tejas Crankie Suite”- a time traveling trip across Texas, from the Rio Grande to Austin, told in songs and images. Valerie cranks a 48-foot illustrated scroll in her "Crankie Box", while Brian sings the story.

ADA accessibility

No ADA accessibility

By appointment only

Oakwood Cemetery Chapel

About the Artist

Through historical tours, exhibits, events and memorial services, the Oakwood Cemetery Chapel provides a place to connect, heal and reflect, that is open to all. The people who made Austin are at Oakwood Cemetery. We are united here in search of love, life and meaning.

Artist Statement

The Oakwood Cemetery Chapel's fall 2021 digital exhibit "To Relate" explores Native American history in the Austin and Central Texas area. To accompany this project, we will showcase digital submissions of Native American artworks as they relate to a sense of place. Featured artist and staff member Amy Heath will share her work.

austintexas.gov/department/oakwood-cemetery-chapel
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