Spring ART Walk


Event Details


Date: Apr 16, 2021
Where: Contracommon

Spring is here and we have the perfect event to ring in the new season…
The Hill Country Galleria Annual ART Walk is back! Join us for a night of fun and creative experiences at our galleries, plus multiple outdoor attractions.
There will be hand-held guides available in the Central Plaza to lead you on a self-guided tour exploring Hill Country Galleria art galleries, outdoor murals + sculptures, and a communal art project.
Additional offerings include a complimentary SWAG bags, beer/wine samples, and special offers at Galleria eateries. *All offerings are while supplies last.
Be sure to stop in at the following galleries:
o Flip ‘N Art
o Contracommon
o Backroads 2 Oz
o The Hive
While you’re traveling to each gallery, be sure to stop by the Central Plaza from 6-8pm for live music and beer from Vista Brewing. Additionally, don’t forget to take part in the communal mosaic project located in front of Bee Cave Public Library.
Want to know more?
Contracommon – offering a “sneak peek” at the newest exhibition, SOFT, featuring 9 artists from around the United States working in textile media and soft sculpture. In addition, they will have artists and special guests hosting market-style booths outside the gallery.
Flip’N Art and Chacasso Art Studio – offering a special Encore showing of HUMAN-ity where you’ll receive a limited-edition print of ‘Teach Love’ – the signature piece of the show. You’ll also get a sneak peek into the NFT launch of Chacasso’s personal collection.
Backroads 2 Oz – Join artist DeAnn and a special guest artist, who does electric art in wood slabs & epoxy river tables. Plus,
enjoy live music from a pianist.
The Hive – features dadageek[5] an exhibition commemorating the 5 year anniversary of the school’s immersive art and expressive technology program. Their mission is to offer education and community to those creating at the intersection of art, media, and tech.
Featured Artists:
o Ryan Padgett, Matthew Steinke, Caroline Walker, Nicholas Harbaugh, and Andrew Marten
What to expect:
o Light and sound-based artwork, Interactive installations, Electronic and kinetic based artworks, and Video art
Come experience these stunning works of light, sound, and electronics for yourself

Event Venue


Contracommon

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