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Our Corporate Partners play an integral role in the revitalization of Waller Creek by enabling us to provide engaging public programming while also advancing the mission of the Conservancy.

As a thank you for your generous support, our Corporate Partners receive multiple benefits, including:

Through our Corporate Partners giving program, event sponsorships, and in-kind donations of services, corporate donors help make our work possible. For more information on the benefits and ways to support the Waller Creek Conservancy through corporate investments, please download our Corporate Partners brochure or contact Bryan Rubio, Chief Development Officer, at brubio@wallercreek.org or 512-541-3520.

Current Corporate Partners

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BBVA Compass

We are excited to have BBVA Compass, as our Lead Corporate Partner, supporting our free annual programs, our special events, and future programming at the Moody Amphitheater in Waterloo Park, opening in 2020. We are honored to receive this significant support from BBVA Compass and are grateful to be partnering with a corporate sponsor who leads in their industry and will be an example as we aim to do the same.

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Upcoming Events

Ai Weiwei's Forever Bicycles
Open Daily, Sunrise to Sunset
Waller Delta, 74 Trinity

The free outdoor, art installation Forever Bicycles (2014), by Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei, is now open daily at the Waller Delta (74 Trinity, adjacent to the Boathouse).

New Monuments for New Cities
Open Daily | March 2 - May 31, 2019
Waller Creek - 12th Street & Red River Street

New Monuments for New Cities is a public art exhibition that takes an important look at the role monuments have played in shaping cities and how they successfully speak to or, in some cases, misrepresent the people who live there. The exhibition will be on view at Waller Creek (12th & Red River) from March 2 through May 31, 2019.

Cinema on the Creek
Mar 24 7pm—10pm
Symphony Square, 1111 Red River Street

Through the Repellent Fence (2017)
Taking its inspiration from the New Monuments for New Cities exhibition, this free series features films about art and architecture that highlight themes of immigration, civic participation, patriotism, race, and heritage. A community discussion will accompany each film.

New Monuments for New Cities: Artist Talk
Mar 27 6pm—8pm
Symphony Square, 1111 Red River Street

New Monuments for New Cities raises a number of questions about who and what has been memorialized in the past and how applying new lenses could shift that paradigm in the future. Join the dialogue as we host conversations with artists, historians, and community leaders about these themes.

The Waller Creek Conservancy hosts the picnic each spring to raise funds and awareness. It just feels like Austin being Austin, the kind of coming together that, when the project is complete, will be possible on Waller Creek every night of the year. Everyone is invited to join this free, public event!

Cinema on the Creek
Apr 14 7pm—10pm
Symphony Square, 1111 Red River Street

The Pruitt-Igoe Myth (2011)
Taking its inspiration from the New Monuments for New Cities exhibition, this free series features films about art and architecture that highlight themes of immigration, civic participation, patriotism, race, and heritage. A community discussion will accompany each film.

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