10th Annual Ney Day

Elisabet Ney’s castle-like art studio perches by Waller Creek, an eccentric slice of pre-1900s Austin. Ney was a groundbreaking sculptor, one so dedicated to her craft that as a child she went on a hunger strike until she was allowed to study art. Her vividly realistic and emotional sculptures filled European castles and halls of government, with many crafted right here in Austin. Ney Day celebrates this feisty inspiration on her own creative wellspring, with food and fun celebrating the fierce independence she inspires in us all.|– Cat McCarrey
Past date: Sat., May 25
304 E. 44th, 512/458-2255
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