The Contemporary Austin’s two venues are the Jones Center, a striking building on one of downtown streets corners, and Laguna Gloria, a 14-acre outdoor site that contains a sculpture park as well as a 14-century Italianate-style villa.
The Jones Center is a striking building on the busy downtown street corner. It’s home not only to some great events but also contains an exquisite venue for weddings and other special occasions. The Laguna Gloria site has been designed with art in mind; it features 14 acres that are perfect if you’re looking for somewhere serene while still being close by everything else hustle city life offers up daily – restaurants aren’t too far away either.
In Contemporary Austin, there is always something new to see. From modern art exhibits that change every few months or years depending on what they want their audience interested in at any given time, you’ll be able to take advantage of these opportunities by visiting this museum when it comes open.
The Jones Center is home to some of Austin’s finest art and exhibits. One popular exhibit had neon letters spelling “With liberty & justice for all” covering the perimeter that could be seen from street level, making it easy for visitors who walked by outside in their car or on foot to take an instant glance into what was going inside at any given time.
The contemporary Austin has a few villas that are perfect for your needs. Laguna Gloria is one of the lushest settings on Lady Bird Lake, with artwork limited but viewable through their gardens’ walking path. There’s even some great pieces inside this particular residence if you take time out to explore its nooks and crannies.
Situated at 700 Congress Ave., Austin, Texas, 78701, United States, The Contemporary Austin is committed to engaging with its community and providing opportunities for collaboration. The museum offers “Museum Without Walls,” which brings art out into the neighborhood, in addition, their public art program alongside Waller Creek Conservancy – a chain of parks around restored Waller creek downtown that was once used as an industrial drainage way but now boasts beautiful landscaping along trails perfect enough for walking or biking.
The Contemporary Austin is a place where you can spend some time exploring and learning about art that would otherwise be overlooked. If there’s not anything catching your eye, the small number of works on display will allow for a quick inspection before moving onto other galleries or leaving entirely.
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