Hope Outdoor Gallery
Hope Outdoor Gallery goes by many names like Baylor Street Art Wall, Austin’s Graffiti Park and more. What you will find here is an old abandoned condo project that’s now serves as a gallery of graffiti art. Wear clothes that you don’t mind get getting dirty because a climb to the top features some spectacular views of downtown that make it continuously noted as one of the places to see in Austin.
This educational "Paint Park" is organized by the HOPE (Helping Other People Everywhere) Campaign with support from SprATX and the property owner, Castle Hill Partners. Known historically as "the Foundation," the location was officially introduced to the community as the HOPE Outdoor Gallery (HOG) in March 2011 with the help of artist Shepard Fairey and Obey Giant Art. It is one of the largest outdoor galleries in the USA and was developed to provide muralists, street artists and community groups the opportunity to display large scale art pieces driven by inspirational, positive & educational messaging.
Not everyone can contribute their skills to the wall. One must register and receive credentials to showcase their work.
To register to participate:
TUE – FRI: SprATX Store 12pm – 8pm
501 Pedernales St. Unit 2A Austin, TX 78702