MASS Gallery
507 Calles Street Suite 108
Austin, TX 78702


MASS Gallery
507 Calles Street
Suite 108
Austin, TX 78702

(512) 535-4946

Friday: 5-8 pm
Saturday: 12-5 pm
12-5 pm
Note: Listed hours are during exhibition runs only.  Please contact us for more information.


This project is funded and supported in part by the City of Austin through the Economic Growth & Redevelopment Services Office/Cultural Arts Division believing an investment in the Arts is an investment in Austin’s future. Visit Austin at



Let your generous nature be known by making a fully tax-deductible direct donation to MASS Gallery today! Your generosity places you among a league of visionary donors, aids in the creation of new artwork — experimental and progressive — and contributes to an exuberant line-up of film screenings, musical performances, opening receptions, and community outreach activities. Your gift not only promotes contemporary arts programming not seen elsewhere in Austin, but furthers the creation of a culturally-rich community for all.


MASS Gallery impacts the creative culture of Austin by cultivating a physical space for open engagement with a multiplicity of interests and acts of art making.


Founded in 2006, MASS is a collectively run nonprofit gallery and project space based in Austin, Texas. Consisting of a cast culled from Austin’s rich community of artists, writers, musicians and educators, MASS members jointly contribute to the daily operations and strategic planning of exhibitions, programming and events.

From 2006 to 2010 MASS existed as part of the Blue Theater complex, behind what is now Big Medium at Canopy and adjacent to the current Museum of Human Achievement.  During this period, MASS presented more than forty exhibitions and indescribable events, establishing its reputation as an art space with a true sense of curiosity, always amenable to the risk of providing its space and energy in support of the unknown. MASS’s stint at the Blue Theater was characterized by large scale installations that dramatically transformed the space, notably House Painting by Erin Curtis, Stalemate of the Boozefox, and Panopticon by Dustin Kilgore. MASS also became an associated venue and partner with Austin art events like Fusebox, EAST and The Texas Biennial.

Between 2010 and 2013, MASS utilized a two year nomadic period to create public art projects and pop-up exhibitions around town. MASS teamed up with CoLab to mount 2 exhibitions: Monolith Pass by Anthony Garza and Vortexas Brainsaw Massacre, a haunted house/installation staged by the MASS staff.  We also did the Totally Wreck show at Big Medium and a group show, Methods of Entanglement at the UT ACES building.

In November 2013, MASS established itself in its new location within the vibrant 507 Calles Street complex, consisting of a 1,500-square foot gallery space, five large work studios and a unique retail space.

MASS is…

Erin Gentry is a native of Mexico, was raised in the United States, and has been living and working in Austin since the late 1990s. Erin has extensive professional experience in youthwork, bilingual education, and program design and project management, and has been involved in the creation and development of several small non-profit organizations, where she specialized in strategic planning, organizational development, and meeting facilitation. Her nationally recognized work for Arthouse at the Jones Center’s youth education programs impacted the lives of hundreds of young artists and educators. Erin holds a bachelor’s degree in Liberal Studies from St. Edward’s University, in Austin, TX, and a master’s degree in American Culture Studies from Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio, where she wrote about intersections of gender, contemporary art, and urban space. She has also completed graduate coursework in museum studies and information studies.  She has been an active member of MASS Gallery since 2011.

Drew Liverman is an artist and designer living in Austin, Texas.  Drew received his B.F.A. in painting and printmaking from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2002.  Drew’s drawing, painting, screen-printing, video/animation, and installation work has been featured in Beautiful Decay Magazine and shown in The Centre for Contemporary Arts Glasgow, Scotland; Atelier als Supermedium Artists Space for Contemporary Art Den Haag/Rijswijk, The Netherlands; and the Lawndale Art Center in Houston, Texas.  In addition to his personal work, Drew contributes to the Austin, Texas based art collective, Boozefox and has been an active MASS member since 2007.

Jules Buck Jones is a practicing artist living and working in Austin, Texas.  Jules received his B.F.A. from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia in 2005 and received his M.F.A. from the University of Texas at Austin in 2008.  Over the years Jules has developed a body of work dealing primarily with animal imagery and thoughts on biology, ecology, mythology, and transformation.  He participated in the Austin Museum of Art’s 20 to Watch show in the spring of 2008 and was the Artist in Residence in Everglades National Park in May and June of 2009.  In 2011 Jules completed residencies at the Vermont Studio Center in Vermont, the Skowhegan School for Painting and Sculpture in Maine,  Buoy Gallery, Maine, and received a fellowship for a residency on Fisher’s Island, New York.  Jules shows extensively throughout Texas with solo shows in Dallas, Austin, and Houston.  Jules is also part of Boozefox, a collaborative team practicing large scale installations and has been an active member of MASS Gallery since 2006.

Richard P. Mansfield is a practicing sculptor, living and working in Austin, Texas.  He was born and raised in the Northwest receiving his B.A. in Sculpture from Central Washington University and his M.F.A. in Sculpture from California State University, Fullerton.  He has shown in Washington, Arizona, California, Texas and most recently in Chicago at the Nicole Villeneuve Gallery.  While being an active artist he also works at the University of Texas at Austin as a Lecture and Sculpture supervisor.  Richard is also an active member of MASS Gallery, a non-profit, artist run gallery in Austin, Texas.

Scott Proctor is an artist and educator currently living and working in Austin, Texas. Scott Received his B.F.A. from Western Michigan University and his M.F.A. at the University of Texas at Austin in 2007. Since graduation, Scott participated in the Austin Museum of Art’s 20 To Watch show in the spring of 2008. He has been a resident artist at OXBOW in Sagatuck, Michigan, a Lecturer at Temple College in Temple, Texas, and now a lecturer at the University of Texas at Austin. Scott continues to maintain a professional art practice in his Austin studio, as well as exhibiting regularly in Texas and across the country. In addition to his art practice and his teaching, Scott is a preparator at the Visual Arts Center on the University of Texas at Austin campus and is an active member of MASS Gallery.

Aaron Dubrow is a founding member of MASS and a science writer at The University of Texas at Austin’s Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC). He received a BA in English from Williams College and an MA in Journalism from UT Austin. He has attended residencies at Skowhegan, the National Evolutionary Synthesis Center, the Kavli Center for Theoretical Physics and the National Center for atmospheric Research, and recently finished a three-year stint at the National Science Foundation in D.C. Aaron has curated several shows for MASS, including Wally, Methods of Entanglement, Ping Pong, Systems of Growth and Decay, and 20MB — several of which touched on issues of technology and science. He also organized the Alley Cat Project (funded by a grant from the Idea Fund), Frame, a day of performances, talks and art events in collaboration with other non-profit art spaces (supported by the Texas Commission on the Arts), and Technovisual: Art in the Age of Code at the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Andrea Calo is a freelance architectural and interiors photographer living in Austin, TX. She grew up on the edge of urban sprawl in Phoenix, Arizona, and received her BFA in Photography from the Herberger Institute of Design and the Arts at Arizona State University in 2009. She relocated to Austin in 2012, and in 2014 founded Lower Left, a garage gallery space. With a mission to promote collaboration between local artists, Lower Left housed exhibitions in a South Austin garage, and later joined the arts and education non-profit, Studium. Now on hiatus, Lower Left inspired Andrea to join MASS Gallery in 2017, in an effort to continue facilitating art and collaboration as an active member of the community in Austin.

Ted Carey
B.1984 Philadelphia, PA.

Ted Carey is an improv sculptor and abstract turntablist currently living in Austin, TX.

MFA- University of Pennsylvania 
BFA- University of the Arts

“Carey works with the drastic insightfulness of an absurdist poet. His elegantly distressed objects, funny and sad and oddly exquisite, undermine varied sacred cows of culture and commerce. More, they affirm the vitality and importance of the mindful eye and heart in a world that overlooks beauty and numbs the senses.”
– Matt Freedman

Michelle Devereux is an artist born and raised in Dallas, Texas and has been living and working in Austin since 2005. She received her Bachelor of Arts Degree from Bard College in 2004. She currently works at an Austin-based chainstitch company known as Fort Lonesome. Her performances, installations, videos, and drawings have been shown locally at Monofonus Press, Mass Gallery, Arthouse at the Jones Center,  Co-Lab, Domy Books, Okay Mountain, El Cosmico, and Museum of Human Achievement. Other notable shows include a two person show with Matt Furie at New Image Art Gallery in Los Angeles, in addition to a pizza themed group show at Marlborough Gallery in Chelsea. Her recent body of work centers mostly on the media of colored pencil drawings mixed airbrush.

Ida Béhjat Nematipour is an artist and designer living and working in Austin, Texas. She received her B.A. in French and Textile & Apparel design from the University of Texas in 2015. Her recent exhibitions include Micellanea in Austin, Texas where she showcased screen printed textile designs and fiber art embroideries, as well as the Fusion fashion show held at the Frank Erwin Center in Austin, Texas where she debuted her first apparel collection. Outside of her design work, Ida has experience teaching youth about sewing, design, and fiber art through the summer camps at the Austin School of Fashion Design. Ida is also an active member of Mass Gallery in Austin, Texas.