Nine temporary light installations will illuminate this year’s Creek Show Nov. 11-20.
And this year, the free event returns to its traditional route right along Waller Creek from 9th Street to 12th Street. Last year the event was staged within Waterloo Park with installations distant from the creek itself.
Creek Show will open be nightly 6 to 10 p.m. November 11-20. Waterloo Park will host nightly live music, food and beverages, and family-friendly activities.
A free reservation is required to attend Creek Show. Ticket reservations will open this fall.
“Austinites will be dazzled by this year’s awe-inspiring Creek Show installations,” said AIA Austin Executive Director and Creek Show Artistic Director Ingrid Spencer. “Each piece tells a different story, connecting viewers to Waller Creek and the transformative, restorative potential of Waterloo Greenway.”
Creek Show organizers commission site-specific work by Austin-based architects, landscape architects, artists, and designers, which have been chosen through a public call for ideas hosted in collaboration with AIA Austin. Artists are invited to explore different themes related to Waterloo Greenway that range from history to hydrology and beyond.
See schematic images of all the Creek Show installations at waterloogreenway.org/creek-show/artists-and-installations