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The immersive light-based art installation “NeonCity” by AIA Austin inside a tunnel along Waller Creek at the Waterloo Greenway Creek Show on Nov. 16.
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Visitors walk through the installation “Sirius” by the National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA) of Central Texas.
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A rainbow of colors shines on a stone wall along Waller Creek as visitors enter the Creek Show.
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A pairs of pants worn by KUTX host John Aielli, who died in July, are included in the "Dream Pants" installation by artists Jodi Bade and Maura Schaffer.
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“Inventories” by Lawrence Group addresses how humans contribute to the pollution of Waller Creek.
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Large suspended dragonflies above Waller Creek as part of the “Enter the Dragonfly” by Odonata.
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Before entering the “Portal Potty” exhibit by Kristen Gunn and Laura Salmo, visitors pause for pictures with specially designed light-refracting glasses provided for the show.
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A disco ball hangs in the bat cave themed art installation "Good Vibrations" by Studio 5-1-2.
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