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Airport showcases work by local artists

Monday, June 17, 2019 by Tai Moses

Increasingly, airports are becoming places where travelers – and locals – have the opportunity to view works of fine art, from paintings to sculpture to kinetic installations. Austin-Bergstrom International Airport has been keeping pace with this trend, expanding its gallery space to showcase local artists in its Changing Exhibits program. Right now, there are three exhibits from local visual artists on display until the end of June: Brian Joseph, NJ Weaver and Rubina Anjum. When these exhibits come down, they will be replaced by new art from Central Texas artists. If you’re coming or going through the airport, make some time to see the art across from gates 10 and 12.


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