Pride of Place
Discover Austin’s inspiring murals and meet the changemakers, community organizers, and artists who are bringing them to life.
7:30 p.m. CT Friday, March 24 on
Explore women rising on the walls of Austin—from images of accomplished artists and activists to messages of female empowerment.
7:30 p.m. CT Friday, March 31 on
Big, Bright & Bold
Check out the vibrant contemporary murals that are energizing Austin’s urban architecture and the artists who are enlivening downtown walls.
7:30 p.m. CT Friday, April 7 on
Muraling Austin dives into the dynamic and impactful mural art that is elevating this capital city. Immerse yourself in the art. Meet the artists. Watch them create. Hear from the organizers. Take in the colorful stories behind the murals. This unique three-part documentary series journeys into a world of creativity, perseverance, and triumph.
MURALS AND ARTISTS
The documentary series, Muraling Austin, is produced by Nelda Studios, a media company and philanthropic organization that amplifies creativity and the arts. Founded by Nelda and Karl Buckman, the studio’s other signature productions include Tony-nominated The Prom, original musical Half Time, and several feature documentary films.
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Director of Photography
Public Art Advisors
Muraling Austin is a multi-platform media project anchored by a three-part documentary series exploring Austin’s vibrant murals and the imaginative artists who have brought the city’s walls to life. From large-scale commissioned murals to grassroots public art, the murals in Muraling Austin celebrate people, honor histories, and transform spaces. Premiering on Austin PBS, the project also includes a companion website and teaching materials for classrooms.
Nelda Studios is a new Austin-based company with the mission to amplify creativity and art through philanthropy, community outreach, and media productions. The organization has launched successful productions for live-stage, film, and television. In addition, the studio has partnered with The University of Texas at Austin to establish the Buckman Center, a collaboration space for creatives, designers, and technologists at the School of Design and Creative Technologies.