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Aurora Picture Show and Buffalo Bayou Partnership co-present this free evening of video art along the Buffalo Bayou East waterfront. For NIGHT LIGHT 2024 on April 6, Houston artists Violette Bule, Ronald Llewellyn Jones, and Nick Vaughan & Jake Margolin have been commissioned to create new, site-specific media works along a half-mile stretch of bayou trails. In addition, this year’s event will include the premiere of HomeBayou, a collaborative, animated film made by artist Ezra Wube with residents of the Greater East End and Fifth Ward. A market with music by DJ Gracie Chavez, food trucks, and local vendors will be located at Tony Marron Park (808 N York St.), and the artists’ installations will be connected by paths for walking and biking. Join us for this festive, uniquely Houston experience!



Site Map and Transportation Details:

Parking for this event is extremely limited. Rideshare, carpooling, public transportation, cycling, and walking are strongly encouraged.

Rideshare (Uber, Lyft, etc): Drop-off/pick-up at Tony Marron Park (808 N York St).

Public Transportation: Event accessible via Houston METRO bus route 029 Cullen/Hirsch

Cycling: Bike Valet by BikeHouston will secure your bike throughout the event, free of charge. Suggested cycling routes here.

Please note that the pathways between the artworks are a mix of paved and gravel and may have uneven surfaces. Two of the artworks are located along the Bayou and access to these has a steeper grade.


Buffalo Bayou Partnership is funded in part by the City of Houston through Houston Arts Alliance.