In Houston, art isn’t contained to the museums. The city’s creativity can’t help but spill over into streets, making a canvas of wherever possible; silos included. This weekend, on April 2, the Aurora Picture Show in conjunction with Buffalo Bayou are hosting a free audiovisual exhibition complete with music, vendors, food trucks, and more!
“Aurora Picture Show and Buffalo Bayou Partnership co-present this special, free-admission public event featuring artists’ video projections activating waterfront structures along a 3/4-mile stretch of Buffalo Bayou East trails,” the event website reads.
“Houston artists Julia Barbosa-Landois, Marcelese Cooper, and Input/Output have been commissioned to create new, site-specific, media art works for a landing, an understructure of a bridge, and decommissioned gravel silos within green spaces along the bayou.”
In addition the art pieces, the event will feature music, vendors, and an assortment of food trucks lined up along paved walking and biking paths. The trail entrances are located near 333 S. Jensen Drive and 700 N. Live Oak off Navigation Blvd.
Night Light takes place on Saturday, April. It’s is free to the public, and runs from to 7:30 – 10 pm. In the event of rain, Night Light will take place on Saturday, April 23.