PASA in a Day

July 14, 2010

Que Pasa?: Experience and Explore Public Art
A Summer Exhibition at PASA Studio focuses on six themes: Roll, Reflect, Ride, Read, Recycle, and Renew, and will feature exhibits coordinated by local artists Aaron Hans Forland, Justin Parr, Angela & Mark Walley, and Patrick Zeller.

Opening Reception
July 15, 2010 at 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Public Art San Antonio Studios, 400 North St. Mary’s, Suite 101
The show extends until September 30, 2010

Film Description
PASA In A Day is a short film by Mark and Angela Walley which allows viewers to immerse themselves in five unique public art sites around San Antonio in the course of a single day. Watch the sunrise on the San Antonio River at The Grotto, an elaborate three-story interactive cave structure by concrete artist Carlos Cortés. The San Antonio River Foundation commissioned and donated this public artwork to the City as part of the San Antonio River’s Museum Reach Project. Visit Passing Light in the early afternoon to experience Christopher Janney’s environment of sound and light in the long-term parking garage at San Antonio’s International Airport. In the late afternoon discover Anne Wallace’s Glorieta, a tree cast in bronze located at a roundabout in beautiful Brackenridge Park. Take a trip south of town to a serene pasture to see Makin’ Hay by sculptor Tom Otterness, a temporary outdoor sculpture exhibit sponsored by Alturas Foundation in partnership with PASA. And finally, return to the Airport as the sun begins to set on Bill Fitzgibbons’ Daystar Plaza, a 40-foot-tall jet wing arch which glows with color-changing LED lights as night falls.

Sunrise on the Museum Reach

Sunrise on the Museum Reach, photo taken during filming of The Grotto

Watch the film: PASA in a Day
For more information visit: www.publicartsanantonio.com

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