Art Outside

clockwise from top left: <i>Ganesh</i> by Alicia Traveria, <i>El Macho</i> Jim La Paso, <i>Enlighten Yourself</i> by Lauren Reed
clockwise from top left: Ganesh by Alicia Traveria, El Macho Jim La Paso, Enlighten Yourself by Lauren Reed

Art Outside

Art Outside is a temporary art show in the woods. Yes: the woods. As presented by the Enchanted Forest and Make Austin Weird, it features "more than 100 artists and performers of all shapes and sizes placing and performing their work along the pathways of the 2.5 acres of forest." Naming some names: Guy Juke, Chitlin & Grits, Scott Beibin with his Lost Film Festival, Andrea Burden, Grady Cousins, the Dougherty Art School kindergarten class. Check their Web site for more! March 18-20. Fri., 6pm-2am; Sat., noon-2am; Sun., noon-6pm. 476-3106. $5-15 (free, kids 11 and younger).

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