Check out the glowing art displays coming to Creek Show 2017

12:00 p.m Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017 Arts
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A rendering of “Night Garden” by design group dwg., one of the installations for Creek Show 2017. The show returns to the Waller Creek area Nov. 10 with all-new lighted art displays. 

It’s getting dark earlier in the day thanks to daylight saving time, but for nine days this month, part of downtown will be extra bright. Creek Show — the Waller Creek Conservancy’s free, family-friendly art experience— is back for its fourth year. From 6 to 10 p.m. Nov. 10-18, you can take your own walking tour of six new lighted, site-specific art installations along the creek between Fifth and Eighth streets, all created by local designers.

Art and the revitalization of the Waller Creek area remain the event’s focus, but each year Creek Show grows more popular and adds even more things to do. Here’s a rundown of activities you can do while you enjoy the dazzling displays.

For more information about Creek Show, go to wallercreek.org/events  and creekshow.com.

These renderings give you a peek of what’s in store at Creek Show:

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“Blind Spot” by Two+ Collaborative.
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“Ephemeral Suspension” by PATHOS and TouchTo.
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“No Lifeguard on Duty” by Asakura Robinson.
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“Submerge” by Davey McEathron Architecture, Studio Lumina and Drophouse.
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“Fotan FABLE” by HA Architecture.
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