Sponsor Spotlight: The CIRCUS comes to Art City Austin!

Art Alliance Austin is delighted to bring the CIRCUS PICNIC experience to Art City Austin this year! 

What is CIRCUS PICNIC you say?

CIRCUS PICNIC is an entertainment studio and a local circus performance troupe.  They create custom interactive & theatrical experiences for live events, and produce meaningful media for a mindful generation.

Founders Jefe and Kelly met at a circus performers meet up in Zilker Park years ago and decided to run away with the circus and start a creative studio together.   Now planted back in Austin, they aim to inspire the community by offering experiences that both nourish and awaken the imagination.

What fun is to be had?

Throughout the Art City Austin weekend you will meet some of CIRCUS PICNIC’S costumed characters moseying about the Palmer Event Center grounds. Experience them flying by on a tandem bike, walking tall on stilts, and creating gigantic bubbles, and causing all kinds of mischief.

Stop by the booth to see a super secret sneak peek of Mr. Greenheart’s Treehouse,  a CIRCUS PICNIC original television show aimed at inspiring kids and families to go on adventures together.  And if you’re lucky enough to meet Mrs. Pockets, you may even leave with a treasure in hand!

Come visit CIRCUS PICNIC near the Kids Area and Guest Lounge.  Look for the glowing marquee presenting “CIRCUS PICNIC”.

photo credit: Daniel Davis

What is CIRCUS PICNIC? A circus is packed with variety and spectacle, while a good picnic can nourish the soul. Mix them together and you get CIRCUS PICNIC, a creative video and entertainment studio on a mission to feed your imagination. They craft unforgettable experiences and tell real stories to create positive content that moves worlds and builds communities.

They have created theatrical event experiences for Seton Hospital, Goodwill and the McNay Art Museum; been featured on Jimmy Kimmel Live; and produced video content for notable clients like CNN, Discovery Channel, HBO, GSD&M, and C3.  Our inspiring documentary work about disaster relief in Peru is currently being featured in the Tel Aviv Museum of Art.