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The Serie Project, based in East Austin, is celebrating its 20th anniversary and is one of the few long-standing arts organizations in Austin that has preserved its original character and dedicated itself to the grassroots arts and culture community. The success of this fundraiser will determine its ability to continue the artist in residence program, which has annually offered free printmaking facilities and housing for 8-15 artists. Over the last two decades, over 250 artists have been hosted.

The Serie Project, based in East Austin, is celebrating its 20th anniversary and is one of the few long-standing arts organizations in Austin that has preserved its original character and dedicated itself to the grassroots arts and culture community. The success of this fundraiser will determine its ability to continue the artist in residence program, which has annually offered free printmaking facilities and housing for 8-15 artists. Over the last two decades, over 250 artists have been hosted.

The Serie Project, based in East Austin, is celebrating its 20th anniversary and is one of the few long-standing arts organizations in Austin that has preserved its original character and dedicated itself to the grassroots arts and culture community. The success of this fundraiser will determine its ability to continue the artist in residence program, which has annually offered free printmaking facilities and housing for 8-15 artists. Over the last two decades, over 250 artists have been hosted.

WHEN

WHERE

The Emma S. Barrientos Mexican-American Cultural Center
600 River St.
Austin, TX 78701
http://serieproject.org/about/upcoming-events/

TICKET INFO

$100
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