Friends of the High Line, based in New York City, recently announced that Austin will be one of five cities to participate in the inaugural joint art initiative of the High Line Network. The exhibition is titled New Monuments for New Cities and will travel across North America in 2019.
This weekend, we wrapped up another amazing Creek Show, with a record-breaking 50,000 Austinites enjoying locally produced light-based art along Waller Creek! We have big plans for the next Creek Show and expanding our free community programming in 2019 and we need your help to make it happen!
Creek Show returns November 9-17, 2018 for nine-nights of free light-based, site-specific art installations along Waller Creek. Stroll along the creek, betweeth and 9th & 11th Streets, while taking in six new illuminating works of light-based art. Enjoy interactive activities, live music, and learn more about Waller Creek.
Not precisely classical music and not quite traditional folk, American Dreamer has cultivated a unique sound they call “orchestral folk.” Audiences and fans call their sound just plain great! The Texas-based quintet is set to bring this blended sound steeped with warmth and wonder to Concert on the Creek on Sunday, September 23, 2018.