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Trail Foundation seeks creatives

Monday, January 24, 2022 by Tai Moses

The Trail Foundation is putting out a call for artists to collaborate with artist Stacy Levy, Austin-based curators Public City and TTF on the design and installation of an eco-art project called “Common Waters.” The project is part of TTF’s Arts + Culture Plan and “will merge artistic components with ecological function” along the Butler Hike-and-Bike Trail. TTF invites people with nearly every type of creative ability to apply, according to the announcement: “This call is for (but not limited to) visual, literary, spoken word, music, sound design, performance, dance, textile, and environmental arts backgrounds; designers in the fields of environmental, fashion, graphic, industrial, and similar design fields; as well as people who practice creative cultural traditions.” Phew, have we left anyone out? Find the full application packet here. Applications are due Feb. 4.

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