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Art Alliance Austin’s 10th annual Art Night Austin is the high energy, multi-venue, fundraiser taking place Saturday, Feb. 23, 2013. I The event will showcase a diverse selection of art, music and culinary talent across the city with an after party to follow.
Art Night Austin gives art fans a chance to experience work ranging from painting and pencil drawings, to photography and sculpture, to digital interactive performance and vintage neon. You’ll find works created by international, national and Austin-based artists exhibited in temporary spaces, emerging galleries and established institutions.
Each space is curated with a favorite eatery, select beverages and sounds, offering an experience unique to the specific venue. Ticket buyers will receive an event wristband, which will grant them entry into each of the venues. And, a shuttle service will be offered between all seven locations helping to create a completely immersive cultural experience.
Tickets are available for purchase at www.artallianceaustin.org for $75 and 2013 VIP Collector’s badges for $195. Collector’s badges allow you to enjoy the full 2013 season of experiences and exclusive invitations. All proceeds benefit Art Alliance Austin, the city’s champion of public art.
FOOD & BEVERAGE
Participating Restaurants: La Condesa, Kenichi, Benji’s Cantina, Haddingtons/Mulberry, Lavaca Teppan and Verts
Beer: Mayan Distributors
Wine: Wine Consultant Jerome Chladil, Republic National Distributing
Spirits: Deep Eddy Vodka
THE AFTER PARTY
Vuka Co-op / 411 Monroe St. W. Austin, TX 78704
9:30p.m. – Midnight
Admission is $25
PARKING & TRANSPORTATION
Patrons are encouraged to park at the Scottish Rite Theatre and in the neighborhood surrounding grayDUCK Gallery. Ample parking will also be available at City hall and the streets surrounding each location. Shuttles will run continuously between venues, with a new one arriving at each location every 10-15 minutes.
ABOUT ART ALLIANCE AUSTIN
For nearly 60 years, Art Alliance Austin has been dedicated to engaging people with art to create community benefit ensuring art and creativity have a place at the core of Austin’s identity. Ranging from festivals and events to commissioning site-specific public art projects, Art Alliance Austin’s mission of engaging people with great art enlists enlist artists at the forefront of regeneration and community development. This directive has evolved since the organization’s founders boldly accepted responsibility for the stewardship of Laguna Gloria in 1956. Today, the organization honors this commitment with a focus on the activation of Austin’s urban core. Art Alliance Austin programs and partnerships now engage more than 100,000 people annually and produce an estimated $2.5 million in annual economic impact. http://www.artallianceaustin.org
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