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Annual Creek Show to return to Waller Creek

Wednesday, June 5, 2019 by Tai Moses

Creek Show, a public art installation made of six lighted artworks placed along Waller Creek, will be back for its sixth year on Nov. 7-17. Last year Waller Creek Conservancy’s popular event drew 50,000 visitors to enjoy the art as well as the live music, food vendors and other attractions that are part of the show. Visitors stroll the creek path between Ninth and 12th streets while viewing the artworks, which draw attention to the year’s creek-related theme, from the history of Waller Creek to the local ecosystem to the relationship between humans and nature. Get a sneak peek of the 2019 installations here. Learn more about past Creek Shows here.


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