Event: TEMPO Happenings in November 2015

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If you haven’t checked out the 10 temporary art installations for the 2015 TEMPO project – don’t worry, there’s still time to see them all! Here’s a list of some special events & installations during November. You can learn more about all the projects here.

November 7: Tree Planting at Ramsey Park from 10am until noon with the City of Austin’s Urban Forestry staff and Yuliya Lanina, the creator of the sculpture Earth Mother. To sign up to plant trees, click here.
November 14 & 15 – Juan Deleon’s “Omission” from 10am-4pm in Boggy Creek Greenbelt, 1114 Nile Street.AdvertisementNovember 14Community Piñata Picnic from 12-4pm at Rendon Park, 1621 Nash Hernandez Sr. Road, with David Goujon & Las Piñatas.
November 14EAST Public Art Crawl, which takes place from 3:30-6pm, and during which participants will travel by bus to over 10 public art sites and have a chance to meet some of the artists (RSVP required). The tour will begin and end at Plaza Saltillo, 412 Comal St.
November 14Screening of Annelize Machado’s Born and Bread at Old Bakery & Emporium, 1006 Congress, from 6:15-8:45pm. The short film, which captures and celebrates older adults as gifted and contributing community members, will be projected onto the exterior wall. The film will include closed captioning for the hearing impaired.
November 21Screening of Annelize Machado’s Born and Bread at Old Bakery & Emporium, 1006 Congress, from 6:15-8:45pm. The short film, which captures and celebrates older adults as gifted and contributing community members, will be projected onto the exterior wall. The film will include closed captioning for the hearing impaired.
November 21 & 22 – performance of “Under the Overpass at Skylines” by Dance Waterloo and Cindertalk at Boggy Creek Greenbelt Park, 1114 Nile Street. The performance is set under Skylines, a sculpture installation. Cindertalk, a multi-instrumentalist in Portland, Oregon, will compose and perform two original musical selections specifically written for Dance Waterloo. On the 21st, the performance begins at 7pm and at 8pm on the 22nd. Come early and stay late for artist talks, interaction with Skylines and hot cocoa. Art Alliance Austin will be hosting a reception on November 21st following the first performance. Donations accepted.

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A native Austinite and soccer-playing mom, Nicole uses her 10-year-old son as an excuse to rediscover her hometown through his eyes. In Thoreau's words, her mission is to "suck out all the marrow of life", or in her son's words, to cultivate in him a love of "advenchers".

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