New Braunfels Museum Featuring “Austin City Limits” Exhibit


From Texas Monthly: “The New Braunfels Museum of Art & Music, working with Austin City Limits producers, has developed the first-ever Austin City Limits exhibit to celebrate the 30-year anniversary of one of the most popular programs in American television history.

The exhibit includes a recreation of the Austin City Limits studios, including the trademark Austin skyline backdrop, the original bleachers from Studio 6a, and a stage that will feature live music performances throughout the exhibit’s run. The exhibit highlights 90 high-definition photos spanning three decades of performances from Austin City Limits photographer Scott Newton as well as several technology-driven features, including a virtual director’s booth, a slide show featuring additional photos from the Austin City Limits vaults, interactive kiosks allowing visitors to access film footage of Austin City Limits performances and two documentary films on the show.”

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