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Art, Architecture, and Design in the Park
Kaleidoscope Park is a place where nature meets culture and art abounds. Surrounded by HALL Park’s Texas Sculpture Garden, Kaleidoscope Park’s centerpiece will be the captivating work, Butterfly Rest Stop. Created by world-renowned sculpture and fabric artist, Janet Echelman, the magnificent art hangs overhead in the Park’s Arts Plaza. The butterfly theme highlights the area as an important corridor for the monarch butterfly’s migration.
Echelman designs and builds large-scale artworks that transform with wind and light, changing shape and color in response to the forces of nature. Her works have been displayed in prominent urban spaces around the world, including Singapore, Sydney, Shanghai, Santiago, Beijing, Boston, New York and London. A Harvard graduate and recipient of an honorary doctorate from Tufts University, Echelman has taught at MIT, Harvard and Princeton Universities. She works with a global design team that includes architects, aeronautical and mechanical engineers, lighting designers, computer scientists, landscape architects, and fabricators, to create sculptures designed to reflect local cultures and withstand outdoor environments.
Be A Part Of Kaleidoscope Park
Be an arts supporter! Make an impact by donating to Kaleidoscope Park, sponsoring an upcoming event, or joining us as a business or individual community leader.