The Contemporary Austin and Waller Creek Conservancy announce an upcoming two-part outdoor exhibition of large-scale installations by Chinese artist and political activist Ai Weiwei, to go on view to the public beginning June 3.
Austinites are invited to come see designs for the new Waller Creek Park at Waller Creek Conversations on May 13 & 17. The community will learn about designs for the district, including Waterloo Park, the Moody Amphitheater, and get a first look at the Waller Delta, where the mouth of the creek meets Lady Bird Lake.
Waller Creek Conservancy is pleased to announce that Creek Show 2017 will return to Waller Creek on November 10-18. Creek Show, now in its fourth year, spans nine nights and includes six light-based, site-specific art installations, which will be installed on Waller Creek between 5th and 8th Streets. The community is invited to walk along Waller Creek to view the works of art designed to bring attention to the future revitalization and transformation of Waller Creek into a series of urban parks.
Thank you to the entire Austin community for joining us on Saturday at the 5th Annual Waller Creek Pop-Up Picnic! The evening drew more than a thousand friends and neighbors to support the transformation of Waller Creek in downtown Austin.
The realization of a new Waller Creek is igniting a vision for Austin that is exciting, diverse, continually changing, and yet true to the city’s spirit. Read more in the Spring + Summer issue of the Waller Creek Conservancy Magazine.
Be the first to see Ai Weiwei's stunning sculpture, Forever Bicycles, on Saturday, June 3! Join Waller Creek Conservancy and The Contemporary Austin for free art activities for all ages and refreshments from 10am-Noon at the Waller Delta.