2020 Arts & Culture Showcase – Virtual Edition

December 4, 2020 | Posted in FC Creates: Events, FC Creates: Culture, FC Creates: Arts, FC Creates: Community Development, FC Creates | Keywords: , , ,

The long-awaited day is here– Our 2020 #FCCreates Showcase is “live” online!

While we still have hopes that one day soon we’ll be able to gather in-person to celebrate the artists and creative souls who call FC home, for now, we’ll make due with a virtual celebration.

How to have your own mini-showcase at home:

  1. Set the mood: Make a snack (Food IS art & culture. Plus, who doesn’t love snacks?). Put on some music. Get dressed up if you want to! Alternatively, put on your most comfortable clothes so that nothing is distracting you from taking in the arts and culture.
  2. Go on a virtual “stroll” through the gallery (below) and check out work from some of our residents and staff. Maybe call a friend and “stroll” together– talk about your favorite pieces and catch up on life, just like you would in person!
  3. Share work of your own! If you’re on Instagram, tag us @fccreates and/or #FCCreatesShowcase. If you’re an FC Resident, Client, or Staff member, you can also submit your work for our next round of features.


Click on a nametag to learn more about a featured artist and explore their work!

Alicia Beatrice nametag
Cynthia Pecore nametag
Gabriel Reeberg nametag

Jesse McCrum nametag
Lee Brown nametag
Margie Gonzalez nametag
Mike Huckaby nametag
Scarlett Dale Woodall nametag
Stephanie Bernal nametag


This project truly took a village. We would like to thank all of the Foundation Communities’ residents & staff who shared their talent, the live showcase planning team (Anna Olivarez, Stephanie Bernal, Tonia Doering, Michael Huckaby, Lori Burnett, Crystal Chidsey, Chris Larson, Juan Gonzalez, Kristen Graben), FC’s Suppotive Services and SRO Property Management teams, Kristine Loubris, and the FC Creates team (Julie Candoli, Paula Suchland, Olivia Jimenez).

This project was supported in part by funding from Enterprise Community Partners, Still Water Foundation, and the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department.