Every November, the Waller Creek Conservancy hosts Creek Show, a nighttime art exhibition featuring lighted installations along the downtown stretch of Waller Creek, designed and built by local artists and creative teams. These events, as part of the conservancy’s mission to revitalize and restore the urban waterway, are meant to call attention to the viability of Waller as a vibrant public space for downtown Austin — and showcase the talent of local creatives, designers, and fabricators along the way.
Here’s a first look at designs for this year’s collection of six installations, which will be on display along the creek nightly this November 9-17, from 6-10 p.m. According to the conservancy, the location of the show has shifted slightly since previous years:
“In addition to new and wondrous installations, we are announcing that the show will move a few blocks north, between Ninth Street and 11th Street, and will include Symphony Square.”
— Waller Creek Conservancy Announcement