New HOPE Outdoor Gallery Opening Next to Austin Airport

The HOPE Outdoor Gallery is excited to announce the next phase of its relocation from Baylor Street. Land ownership of the Baylor Street site has been transferred to Mid City Development, a locally-owned real estate development firm specializing in community-focused, high-quality multi-family and single-family projects. The HOPE Outdoor Gallery will close on January 2, 2019.

HOPE is working with the land developer to create a smooth transition and help memorialize the location while also supporting the art park’s new and improved location.

In November 2017, HOPE first announced that the art park would open a new permanent home next to the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport on Carson Creek. Goals for the new location include preserving and expanding on the 8 years of art park offerings, improving and expanding opportunities for artists and musicians, and increasing the ability to host exhibitions and art education initiatives for art lovers, community members, families, and the thousands of visitors HOPE Outdoor Gallery receives each year.

New Location Highlights:

  • Practice walls
  • Large wall spaces
  • Open park space for all ages
  • Free to the public
  • Restrooms (new)
  • Parking (new)
  • Curated walls (new)
  • Shaded seating (new)
  • Coffee Bar & Food (new)
  • Retail & Gallery (new)
  • Art shows & events (new)
  • Artist Exchange Programs (new)
  • Educational Workshop areas (new)

Additional project milestones, fundraising activities & events will be announced in the coming months. For more information on the HOPE Outdoor Gallery, please find the project on Facebook at @HOPEOutdoorGallery.

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HOG in the News:

Exclusive Graffiti Park’s Move to Carson Creek Ranch Moved to 2019 (Austin-American Statesman)

Here’s a Look at the Condo Project Replacing Castle Hill’s Graffiti Park (Austin Towers Blog)

Readers Share Photos from the HOPE Outdoor Gallery Graffiti Art Park (Austin Community Photo Submissions)

HOG Wild: How a Concrete Wasteland Has Become a Street-Art Wonderland Called the HOPE Outdoor Gallery (Austin Chronicle)