BorderǀPromise, Day 2

1:00 pm To 4:00 pm


February 4, 2018

February 4, 2018

Elisabet Ney Museum

Feb 3-Feb 4, 2018

Event Description

San Antonio artists Kim Bishop, Paul Karma and Luis Valderas, also known as Art to the Third Power, bring together artists from El Paso to San Antonio to create a large-scale border bandage using textile print media. “Our goal is to help heal the wounds that divisive rhetoric has caused along our borders by offering many visual perspectives from across Texas.”  Help them hang massive textile media prints on a “border” between the northern part of the Museum’s landscape and its southern half, along Waller Creek. Visitors will participate by walking on the fabric over the plates to make the prints and then hanging the prints themselves. The event spans the weekend.


304 E. 44th Street, Austin Texas 78751



About the Organizer/Venue

Housed in the historic home and studio of Elisabet Ney, a wildly iconoclastic German sculptor who moved to Austin in 1882, The Elisabet Ney Museum enthusiastically celebrates her art, her history and her legacy through exhibitions and events for everyone.  

The Elisabet Ney Museum is a property of the City of Austin Parks and Recreation Department.

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