The UX Design in Re-Designing Downtown Austin
Fistera is an Austin-based nonprofit that explores how art can help people gain insights into their lives. This project was built over the last four...
Artist Enlists Public To Create Emotional Map Of Bryan-College Station
March 8, 2017
A preliminary version of artist Jennifer Chenoweth’s emotional map.
By Richard Nira, Texas A&M University College of Architecture
This spring, Austin...
XYZ Atlas was recently featured in HEAPS, an online Japanese lifestyle magazine! The article included an interview with Jennifer Chenoweth and coverage of the latest XYZ Atlas projects. Read the...
Where have you laughed the hardest? Where was your faith in humanity restored? Where did you feel the intensity of your own cruelty?
These questions and their answers serve as the...
XYZ Atlas expands to Bryan and College Station, Texas
An innovative partnership with Texas A&M University allows community-based project to support positive improvements through art and storytelling
Austin, TX – February 14, 2017...
XYZ Atlas, an interactive, community-based art project, is currently working in College Station to create a map of the city based on the people who live here. We talked to...
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Downtown Austin Alliance to Unveil Interactive Public Art Initiative at Congress Ave. and Cesar Chavez
What: The Downtown...
Experience unique and vibrant local art this spring at the new XYZ Atlas installation on Congress Avenue. Jennifer Chenoweth, artist and founder of XYZ Atlas, has collaborated with the Downtown Austin Alliance to...
Artist enlists public to create emotional topo map of B/CS
This spring, Austin artist Jennifer Chenoweth is leading an army of volunteers to create a public art project, the “XYZ Atlas,”...
[The Design Institute for Health] is collaborating on a project with the Fusebox Festival, Thinkery, Johnson & Johnson, local artist Jennifer Chenoweth, and the developers of the thinkEAST project near Govalle...