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Arts & Culture

Agencies indicated by a star have been thoroughly audited for both efficiency and outcomes by one of the following large grantors: Austin Community Foundation, City of Austin Cultural Arts Division, Glimmer of Hope Foundation, Impact Austin, Junior League of Austin and/or United Way Capital Area within the last two years.

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allgo dba Austin Latino(a) Lesbian Gay Organization

allgo envisions a just and equitable society that celebrates and nurtures vibrant people of color queer cultures. allgo works toward its vision through cultural arts, health and advocacy programming by: supporting artists and artistic expression within our diverse communities; promoting health within a wellness model; and, mobilizing and building coalitions among groups marginalized by race/ethnicity, gender/gender identity, sexual orientation/sexual identity to enact change. allgo works to create and sustain a network of queer people of color activists, groups, organizations and allies, which through nourishment of relationships, grassroots organizing and artistic expression can radically transform systems and policies toward a collective liberation. Our programming consists of four programming strands: 1) Multi-Issue Action Areas (focusing on Anti-Violence; Reproductive Justice/ Sexual Freedom and Worker/Immigrant and Refugee Rights); 2) Network of Queer POC activists, groups, organizations, and allies including the statewide Queer People of Color Summit; 3) Cultural Arts; and 4) Wellness.

American Genre Film Archive

The American Genre Film Archive (AGFA) was formed in 2009 by an international band of genre enthusiasts. It’s now the largest archive of its kind in the world, mainly focusing on the “exploitation era” of independent genre cinema–the 1960’s through the 1980’s. With about 1500 35 mm prints, it reflects the rebel spirit of genre filmmaking itself. With an active loaning program, AGFA films are screened at cinemas and festivals world-wide.

American Repertory Ensemble

The mission of American Repertory Ensemble is to create, innovate, curate and facilitate life through innovative performance. American Repertory Ensemble seeks to enrich audiences by expanding perceived boundaries of dance, music and media arts and by generating opportunities for cultural and artistic exchanges through creative, educational and performance forums.

Art Alliance Austin

Art Alliance Austin is a catalyst for art. We exist to enrich and endow Central Texas’ cultural landscape as well as to promote the participation in visual art through the production of our suite of annual events – which culminate in Art Week Austin.

Arts From the Heart

Providing an avenue for the youth of Wimberley, Texas to participate in cultural art experiences, enhancing awareness and appreciation of the arts, being a catalyst for community enrichment through the cultural arts. Arts From the Heart is celebrating our 13th year of providing valuable cultural art experiences to Wimberley Youth. Through the years were have seen hundreds of students look at varieties of subjects with broadened perspectives, develop their creative thinking abilities, and gain appreciation for the arts. Arts From the Heart has never charged students tuition or fees to participate in our programs. We rely solely on donations to sustain our efforts. We continue our tradition of not charging for our services so that all children, regardless of their family’s circumstances, can participate.

Attendance Records

Attendance Records is dedicated to bringing creativity back into schools by connecting teachers and students with local writers, artists, and musicians. By providing students with the opportunity to design, write and produce their own album, students will build confidence skills that will result in discovering what makes them unique. Each school year, we provide a free, safe environment where students are encouraged to find their own voice through the arts. Students will design cover art, write lyrics, poetry, short stories, and produce their very own album. Two local bands per semester will work with students in the classroom to help turn ideas into actual song lyrics. The band will then take student written lyrics and record an original album for free.

Audio Preservation Fund

The Audio Preservation Fund is a 501(c)(3) non-profit music organization which connects people with the history of music. We accomplish our mission by expanding public sound recording collections of public libraries, archives, and museums across the nation. Two of our Austin beneficiaries are the Texas Music Museum and the University of Texas. We rely on donations of music which would otherwise be thrown away or lost in someone's garage. Our activities include donations to and cataloging for the archives, as well as providing opportunities in music history education. We are headquartered in Austin and work closely with the Austin music community to document and preserve the local music history currently being made.

Austin Cabaret Theatre

Austin Cabaret Theatre is the only professionally producing year-round cabaret in Austin. We are also the only year-round dinner cabaret showroom in the state of Texas! Austin Cabaret Theatre strives to present professional cabaret artists and educational outreach opportunities in an intimate setting, now at our new home, The Long Center for the Performing Arts.

Austin Chamber Music Center

The Austin Chamber Music Center is dedicated to serving Central Texas by expanding knowledge, understanding, and appreciation of chamber music through the highest quality performance and instruction.

Austin Children’s Museum

Austin Children's Museum creates innovative learning experiences for children and families that equip and inspire the next generation of creative problem solvers.

Austin Creative Alliance

The mission of the Greater Austin Creative Alliance is to advance, connect and celebrate Austin’s creative life in order to strengthen our creative economy and benefit the well-being of our community.

Austin Film Festival

The Austin Film Festival, Inc., is dedicated to furthering the art, craft, and business of screenwriting and filmmaking by providing unique, year-round cultural events and services, enhancing public awareness and participation, and encouraging dynamic and long-lasting community partnerships.

Austin Film Society

The Austin Film Society promotes the appreciation of film and supports creative filmmaking through screenings, giving grants and providing access and education about film to youth and the public. Through Austin Studios, opened in 2000 in partnership with the City of Austin, AFS helps attract film development and production to Austin and Texas.

Austin Girls Choir

Austin Girls’ Choir provides a fantastic opportunity for musically talented girls aged 8 to 18 to perform a wide range of music in Austin and beyond.

Austin Green Art

Austin Green Art envisions, inspires and manifests the Sustainability Revolution. We believe environmental destruction is driven by cultural programming. AGA provides hands on engagement with collaborative design involving ALL members of the community engaging the complex issues of our times.

Austin History Center Association

The mission of the Austin History Center Association is to support the Austin History Center, the local history archives of the Austin Public Library and its work to collect, preserve, and make available to the public materials documenting the history of Austin and Travis County.

Austin Jazz Workshop

The Austin Jazz Workshop's mission is to perform for and mentor students in central Texas public schools in order to encourage their participation in band, orchestra, and choir programs, and to enhance quality of life through live performances employing area musicians and collaborations with nonprofit organizations in central Texas.

Austin Lyric Opera

Provides operatic performances and educational experiences at the highest level of expression which enrich the quality of life for the Central Texas community.

Austin Pops

Austin Pops brings stellar central Texas musicians to the stage for live performances featuring local singers, songwriters, composers and young artists. Our mission is to further the understanding of traditional orchestral instruments through performances, recordings and other media presentations of popular music and through educational outreach to the community.

Austin Project / Experiments in Jazz Aesthetics (TAPEJA)

Nationally acclaimed artists facilitate creative writing workshops for women from Austin and UT, primarily women of color, where jazz-inspired methodologies guide women to make substantial life changes. By sharing their newly found, authentic voices in public performances and community forums, TAPEJA participants offer a model of freedom and social change.

Austin Stars Performing Arts Association:ASPAA

ASPAA exists to find and supply financial and administrative assistance and educational support for music-based performing arts groups in and around Austin, TX. ASPAA Currently supports Espada Indoor Percussion, ATX Winterguards, and Sixth Street Regiment Drum and Bugle Corps. We sponsor the annual Texas Drum Corps Preview.

Austin Summer Musical for Children

To provide live musical theatre for children 3-10 and their families regardless of their ability to pay.

Badgerdog Literary Publishing

Badgerdog was created to publish and to teach.  Accordingly, our mission is two-fold: to publish work that furthers our cultures, collective vision and to equip at-risk children with the language skills necessary to create literary art from their joy and their jeopardy.

Ballet Austin

Ballet Austin boasts a rich history spanning five decades, acclaimed productions, and one of the nation’s largest classical ballet academies. As choreographed by artistic director Stephen Mills from the new Butler Dance Education Center and Community School in downtown Austin, Ballet Austin actively engages the community, dancers, and audiences alike.

channelAustin

channelAustin's innovative approach to digital media and the latest in cutting-edge technologies has transformed Austin's public media facility into a nationally recognized television and film studio that strives to create community through media. As the community's mirror that reflects Austin, channelAustin provides the technology and classes that anyone needs to become a media maker – to express their passion through creative storytelling, citizen journalism and in-depth interviews, documentaries about their community, or recorded cultural performances.

Chorus Austin

Chorus Austin is the nonprofit umbrella organization that manages the business functions and artistic productions of the Chorus Austin Consort, Austin Vocal Arts Ensemble, and the award-winning Austin Civic Chorus. We offer 6 different concert programs each season for our patrons to enjoy, and a variety of volunteer and outreach opportunities as well.

Cine Las Americas

The mission of Cine Las Americas is to promote cross-cultural understanding and growth by educating, entertaining and challenging the diverse Central Texas community through film and media arts. Cine Las Americas offers theatrical screenings of films made by or about Latinos or indigenous peoples of the Americas. Films from Spain and Portugal are also included, creating a truly Pan-American cinematic experience.

Cipher-Austin Hip Hop Project

Our mission is to ensure that Austin youth have a safe, supportive, dynamic and challenging community in which to discover their powerful voices - through written, spoken word and hip hop - to express their views, strengthen self esteem, and engage them in opportunities that allow them to address the issues that affect them.

Creative Action

The mission of Creative Action is to spark and support the academic, social, and emotional development of young people. Through interactive classroom performances, after school arts residencies, and teen programs, Creative Action’s team of professional Teaching Artists inspire youth to be creative artists, courageous allies, critical thinkers, and confident leaders in their community.

Dance International

Our mission is to create a center that unites people of all ages and cultures through the teaching and sharing of Dance, Art and Music. Our objectives include enhancing and broadening the lives of under-served participants through instruction in art, dance and music; introducing participants to multiple disciplines of the arts to enrich their life choices; celebrating and encouraging cultural unity through art; providing a safe and healthy class environment. Programs include an annual Fall Gala, an annual Austin Ballroom Festival, youth summer dance camps, a youth dance scholarship fund, and student performances. Children and adult dance and fitness classes, group and private lessons, special events and outings, and workshops are offered.

Dance Umbrella

We promote and encourage the knowledge, appreciation, practice and performance of dance. With the goal of expanding audiences and support for contemporary dance, DU brings the power, culture and history of dance into the entire community and implements programs that cultivate meaningful exchanges between artists and the public.

DiverseArts Culture Works

DiverseArts presents high-quality multidisciplinary, multicultural arts programs in Austin. We operate a visual arts gallery and performance venue; present spoken word, jazz and blues performances, and produce culture-based community festivals. Current work focuses on the African American Cultural Heritage District and preserving the cultural heritage of the East End Community.

Equality Texas

Equality Texas Foundation conducts research and educates Texans about policies and their effect on Texans of all sexual orientations and gender identities/expressions. We also coordinate efforts of LGBT and allied organizations across the state to achieve goals and objectives. Our programs serve to educate and empower Texans on equality issues.

Femme Film Texas

Femme Film Texas teaches filmmaking and digital technology to young women and girls, with an emphasis on reaching underserved populations. During in-school programs and summer camps, girls create and exhibit original video projects.

Fusebox Festival

The Fusebox Festival presents contemporary art and performance that spans form and geography. The festival acts as a catalyst for new ideas, new artistic models, new languages and approaches to help us better fully engage with the issues and questions that define and inspire us as artists and audiences.

German-Texan Heritage Society

GTHS promotes awareness and preservation of the German cultural heritage of Texas through German language classes, speakers, genealogical seminars, a research library and tours of the historic German Free School. We host four annual cultural events; publish books on German-Texan history and genealogy, a quarterly Journal and a bi-monthly newsletter.

Grounded in Music

Our mission: Leverage the power of music to transform young lives by creating self-confidence, opportunity and hope. We do this by bringing professional musicians into the Boys and Girls clubs in East and South Austin to provide music education and mentorship. We also run a music production class in our South Austin studio, and work with artists and organizations to provide concerts, field trips, scholarships and musical experiences for our kids.

HOPE Farmers Market

Hostelling International-Austin

Our mission is "To help all, especially the young, gain a greater understanding of the world and its people through hostelling." Hostelling International-Austin provides safe and affordable lodging to over 12,000 travelers per year. In addition, we offer free travel classes to the Austin community (such as Women Traveling Solo and World Travel 101) and youth education programs to promote intercultural awareness and dialogue.

Indigenous Cultures Institute

We promote and preserve the culture of an indigenous population, collectively known as Coahuiltecans – in Texas and northern Mexico. We present educational programs on the identity and ancestral legacy of these Native Americans who have millions of descendants― currently labeled Mexican American, Latino, or Hispanic―still living in Texas and the U.S. Many of these descendants continue to practice their indigenous ceremonies, pray in their Native languages, and hold true to the values of their ancestors. We also strive to maintain our covenant with sacred sites. We partner with local community organizations and support groups outside of our area that are dedicated to preserving the natural environment of sites that indigenous people consider sacred. Our programs include Nakum Press, Coahuiltecan Language Program, Library and Archives, the Nakum online journal, Performances and Events, Sacred Sites Programs, Speakers and Lectures, the Xinachtli Project, and Youth Programs.

KOOP Radio

KOOP is community radio, giving voice to the underserved in Austin, Texas with unique programming from volunteers. Most of our funding comes from our listeners.

La Fenice

La Fenice is committed to advancing public enjoyment of Commedia dell'Arte through performance, scholarship, and education.

Lannaya African Drum and Dance Ensemble

Lannaya African Drum and Dance Ensemble's mission is to expose and educate audiences, near and far, through authentic and progressive interpretations of dance and music of the African Diaspora. Lannaya offers: • Weekly West African dance classes. • Seasonal West African drum/dance master classes, taught by renowned African master artists. • Benefits for charities, African Diasporic artists in need. • Community outreach through performance demonstrations. • “Rhythm and Movement of West Africa,” an arts education program presented annually to 4,000+ K-12 AISD students. Presented multiple times throughout the year in low socio-economic communities along Northeast and Southeast Austin corridors, the program provides positive role models from within the community that students can identify with; and a musical tradition related to the youth's own cultural history in which they can take pride. • Statewide performances via Texas Commission on the Arts’ Texas Touring Arts program. • Annual drum/dance performance showcase.

Latinas Unidas Por El Arte (LUPE Arte)

LUPE Arte promotes the literacy and media awareness of youth through arts and culturally relevant arts education.  LUPE Arte administers three programs: Niños y Arte (Children and Art), Mujuers y Arte (Women and Art) and LUPE Arte Multi Media Group, a film, theater and television production company.

Leadership Enrichment Arts Program (LEAP)

LEAP inspired under served youth in Austin and surrounding areas through experience with the Arts boosting self-esteem and community involvement while creating successful leaders. We host vists to arts venues and performances and host a week long residency program at UT/Austin each summer to give local kids a"A Taste of College".


Media Arts & Literacy Institute

Mission Statement Media Arts & Literacy Institute, Inc. (MALI) is a domestic 501(c) 3 corporation, organized to provide economical and environmentally friendly events that produces educational workshops, workforce development and technical assistance about media literacy and media arts production. We use media and communication to reduce stereotypes and cultivate expression that promotes cultural interaction in the arts. Impact Statement The organization’s primary vision is to promote the production of media making by and for socially and economically diverse community constituents who would otherwise have little or no access to this type of opportunity and who are typically exploited, marginalized and excluded by the mainstream communication outlets. We also want to inform the general public about electronic waste (e-waste), and OUR responsibility as media artist to recycle our waste effectively in order to sustain the environment.

Mexic-Arte Museum

Mexic-Arte Museum’s mission is dedicated to cultural enrichment and education through the presentation and promotion of traditional contemporary Mexican, Latino and Latin American art and culture. Our vision is to educate the people of Texas about the importance of Mexican and Mexican American art and culture that enhances the collective pride of the entire community.

mindPOP

mindPOP is dedicated to expanding creative learning in Austin.

Mobile Film School

The Mobile Film School is committed to bringing media arts education to underserved communities; create long-term mentoring relationships, pairing students with seasoned industry professionals and educators; and cultivating a unique appreciation of local history and culture using storytelling in film.

MUSIC FOR THE CITY

MUSIC FOR THE CITY exists to encourage and enable Austin’s artists to give back to the community by partnering with charitable organizations serving our city.   We do this by producing benefit albums and concerts that directly benefit charitable organizations serving our city.

Neill-Cochran House Museum

The Neill-Cochran House Museum, considered one of Austin’s three most important historic residences, promotes education and architectural preservation through public programming, events, museum days, the Fourth-Grade Curriculum Unit for Austin ISD students and adaptive programs for home-schoolers and scouts.

One World Non-Profit Theatre

To bring diverse cultural performances into the Austin schools and to provide a forum for world-class performers and local professionals to share their artistry and to build community by embracing diversity of art forms, traditions and cultures from around the world.

Paper Chairs

Paper Chairs creates sensorially dynamic theatre combining fractured subjectivity, music, unconventional audience situation, surrealism, labor-intensive mechanics, and heightened movement vocabulary. We favor tour-de-force fusions of various performance styles, music genres and historical periods to excite modern sensibilities and educate by irreverently suggesting past and present cultural connections. The work is outrageous, well-researched, and a little bit dangerous.

Penfold Theatre Company

Penfold Theatre Company is dedicated to opening and operating a live, professional theatre in north Austin metro.  Our mission is to empower artists to create work of the highest caliber and to engage diverse audiences through stories that inspire and impact our community.

ProArts Collective

ProArts in an incubator of artistic expression representing the African Diaspora and is dedicated to the production of transformational and accessible works for the enrichment of the community.

Punchkin Repertory Theatre

Punchkin Repertory Theatre is an art and artist-driven theatre company, dedicated to serving its audiences with new, modern, and classic works that enlighten, inspire, challenge, and unify humanity. In its relentless commitment to the art and the company’s mission, Punchkin Repertory Theatre hopes to spark the evolution of the individual and society to create movement towards a more balanced world. We would like to help establish Austin as a major theatrical center in the state of Texas and make live theatre a more viable form of artistic enrichment in Austin.

Reel Women

To provide information, education, networking activities and opportunities for community service to women (and others!) at all levels of experience in video and film.

Rodeo Austin

Founded in 1938, the Star of Texas Fair and Rodeo is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization. Over 2,000 volunteers, donors, and sponsors serving on numerous committees work to advance the mission of the Star of Texas Fair and Rodeo by providing scholarships to deserving Texas youth.

Rude Mechanicals

Since 1995, Rude Mechs has created a mercurial slate of original theatrical productions that represents a genre-defying cocktail of big ideas, cheap laughs, and dizzying spectacle. What these works hold in common is the use of play to make performance, the use of theaters as meeting places for audiences and artists, and the use of humor as tool for intellectual investigation. We tour these performances nationally and abroad; maintain The Off Center, a performance venue in Austin for arts groups of every discipline; present nationally recognized artists; and run Grrl Action, a year-round arts mentoring program for teenage girls.

Russian Speakers’ Society

The Russian Speakers Society enriches the Austin artscape by presenting programs with artists whose cultural heritage is Russian or Eastern European. The performances span several disciplines, but most have their base in the music and dance of the West flowing from the works of romantic compositions and ballets of the 19th and 20th centuries.

Salon Concerts, Inc.

Established in 1991, Salon Concerts, Inc. fosters the love for chamber music through performances and through its educational outreach program called Chamber Music in Public Schools (CHAMPS). There are four series of chamber music concerts each year, each followed by a reduced program as a Rush Hour concert performed at a public venue such as the Amstrong Community School of Music and the Caver Museum in Austin. CHAMPS provides free weekly coaching by professional musicians to small chamber music ensembles in 13 public schools of the four independent school districts. CHAMPS students frequently perform the openings of Salon Concerts, at community charity events, as well as hospitals, nursing homes, and many other venues.

Salvage Vanguard Theater

Salvage Vanguard Theater is a nonprofit community center for the arts committed to fostering a dynamic exchange between visionary artists and audiences. To that end, Salvage Vanguard Theater seeks to combine explosive energy with expert technique, creating forms that defy tradition and define a new American aesthetic.

Second Youth Family Theatre

It is the mission of Second Youth to produce original and established works for family audiences incorporating drama, comedy, musical theatre, puppetry and dance with the highest artistic quality and cultural diversity. Second Youth is dedicated to building long-term relationships with audiences through exceptional production and education.

Serie Project, Inc.

The Serie Project is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the fine art of serigraphy – a technique that produces original, hand-pulled prints. The organization offers an Artist in Residence (AIR) program that allows participants to learn the technique and create a limited edition of prints, under the guidance of a Master Printer. Hoping to increase the presence of minorities in the art world, the Serie Project encourages multi-racial participation and two-third of all resident artists are Latino. A large part of the Serie Project’s mission is to market the prints created by its resident artists. Print sales promote the artists’ careers and support the program’s operational costs. Each edition of prints is priced at minimum so that the organization may offer original artwork to the public at an affordable price. The Serie Project was founded in 1993 by Austin artist Sam Coronado, and has hosted more than 250 residencies to date.

Summer Stock Austin

We are an educational theatre program where college and high school students are joined to form a repertory theatre company to gain "real world" experience under the supervision of professional directors and designers. Students do not pay tuition to be part of SSA. Members are chosen solely on their talent, skill and attitude.

TexARTS

TexARTS brings top professionals from the region and the nation to educate & perform & create for Austin & Capitol Lake Region students & audiences.

TexARTS Association

TexARTS is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to cultivate a thriving arts community by exposing all people to the visual and performing arts. We prepare and promote exceptional young talent to achieve their fullest potential as artists, leaders and global citizens. We are recognized throughout the region for our world-class professional theatre and educational programs.

Texas Early Music Project

Founded in 1987 by Daniel Johnson, the Texas Early Music Project is dedicated to preserving and advancing the art of Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, and early Classical music through performance, recordings, and educational outreach.

Texas FolkLife

Texas Folklife celebrates and preserves Texas’ unique cultural traditions via performances, exhibits, education programs, community residencies and other projects. Via entertainment and education, we strive to keep these traditions alive for future generations -- and to find that common ground where all of our cultures intersect.

Tutto Theatre Company

To create collaborative and multidisciplinary theatrical productions bringing together local artists working in a wide array of disciplines to showcase the fruits of their collaboration.

Women & Their Work

Known for its pioneering spirit, embrace of artistic innovation, and commitment to Texas audiences and artists, Women & Their Work Art Space is a one of a kind statewide non-profit organization. Women & Their Work Art Space showcases exhibitions of contemporary art throughout the year and presents performances, readings, film screenings and educational outreach programs.

Women in Jazz Association, Inc.

Women in Jazz perpetuates vocal traditional jazz through jazz education and concerts.

Yellow Tape Construction Co.

Yellow Tape Construction Co. furthers the next generation of great, wholly original, definitively American performance aesthetic. At the intersection of dance, theatre, music and performance art, we are creating a new community of artists and patrons ˜ laying a foundation of strength and support through innovative arts programming and fearless new work.

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