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WALLER CREEK CONSERVANCY AND THE CONTEMPORARY AUSTIN ANNOUNCE THE LAUNCH OF A NEW COLLABORATION WITH THE INSTALLATION OF A LARGE-SCALE PUBLIC SCULPTURE Set to change the landscape of public art in Austin, Waller Creek Conservancy and The Contemporary Austin today announced a new partnership that will serve as a catalyst for creating new public art […]

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Cleaning Waller Creek

Last Saturday, the conservancy worked with the Texas Spirits for their Spring Recruitment effort. Spirits and prospective Spirits came out to help clean Waller Creek and Palm Park, giving up their Saturday to beautify Austin. We were impressed by their enthusiasm and energy, committing themselves to a morning of hard work. The result? Just look at one […]

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Play at Palm Park

When was the last time you visited Palm Park? Is your answer, “what is Palm Park?” If you have never been, Palm Park is the area between the frontage road of IH 35 and Waller Creek, next to the historic Palm School building. While the park is small, it is a site full of potential. MVVA’s […]

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Viva Waller Creek!

On Sunday, May 20th, Waller Creek Conservancy took part in the inaugural Viva Streets Austin event.  Tucked under a large oak in Sabine Street Plaza, we hosted kids yoga classes featuring nature-inspired poses related to the creek. Check out some pictures of the little yoginis showing off their favorite poses.   A special thanks to […]

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Arts of Palm | How Waller Enjoys SXSW

The Waller Creek Conservancy held its inaugural event in Palm Park on Sunday, March 11, 2012. The event, Arts of Palm, was a multi-media affair with four Austin video artists showing an eclectic mix of work in the empty Palm Pool. In addition, local artist and musician Christopher Brown installed a piece on the fence […]

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