Audio Wild Featured on Austin's CityView!

Excited to announce that my Red Bluff Audio Wild was recently featured on Austin Texas' CityView (Episode 138) watch the whole episode or watch from .56 sec. - 3min.15sec.)

The Red Bluff Audio Wild sign installation marks the launch of a unique visitor engagement tool from the Land Management Program. Developed in collaboration with environmental artist Juliet Whitsett, Audio Wild offers curated audio experiences aiming to immerse nature preserve visitors in captivating stories that deepen their connection to the site. This initiative plans to expand to all nature preserves, utilizing storytelling, visual art, and music to enhance understanding of history, ecology, and nature. The Red Bluff Nature Preserve owes its establishment to Pete and Raymond Rivera, who were inspired by their childhood connection to the land to protect it permanently. The entrance sign, designed by local artist Juliet Whitsett, features Mr. Pete Rivera's likeness and a QR code allowing visitors to listen to his narrative about the property known as "Red Bluff."

My Audio Wild highlights Pete’s story, and is now a permanent welcome sign and audio art piece at the Harold Court entrance (5607 Harold Court, Austin, TX 78721). LISTEN HERE .

Art and production by Juliet Whitsett and accompanying music Courtesy of Michael Blake." @quebecantique