FUSEBOX FESTIVAL // Fusebox Eve (April 2016)
The First Annual Fusebox Eve, celebrating the launch of the 2016 Festival with a night of remarkable food, drink, and art on an enchanting outdoor estate. The event featured food from a one-of-a-kind collaboration between some of Austin’s most exciting and original chefs: Todd Duplechan (Lenoir), Tatsu Aikawa (Ramen Tatsu-ya), Shane Stiles (Stiles Switch BBQ), and Sonya Coté (Eden East & Hillside Farmacy).
The evening highlighted festival artists and visiting curators from all over the globe. A silent auction featured unique experiences designed by Fusebox artists with curated trips to accompany Fusebox staff to some of the world's greatest performance festivals.
"I'm safely home, still basking in the spasmodic afterglow of the cornucopia of sensual experiences that was Fusebox Eve. First off the location...was a literal playground of unexpected curiosities. Think Alice in Wonderland set in Austin..." [Read complete event review here.]
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE // 4X40 Fiesta (November 2015)
The School of Architecture honored four faculty "rock stars" on their 40th anniversary of teaching and service on the 40 Acres with a panel discussion and elaborate 1970's themed party.
[Photographs below by Katie Slusher. Courtesy School of Architecture Visual Resources Collection, The University of Texas at Austin.]
[Poster design by Dyal & Partners]
WALLER CREEK CONSERVANCY // Creek Show (November 2015)
Austin's dynamic Waller Creek between 5th St. and 8th St. as was transformed into a walkable community space featuring five illuminating art installations.
The five light-based works of art designed by local architects, landscape architects and artists showcased Waller Creek in ways that highlight the inherent beauty and future transformation. At the November 17 Artist Talk, All five design teams discussed their installations in detail, facilitated by The Contemporary Austin's Andrea Mellard.
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE // Fall 2015 Lecture Series