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The wait is over! Kelly's "Austin" opens February 18

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Mark your calendar for SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18 to join us in celebrating the opening of Austin, the monumental last work by American artist Ellsworth Kelly.

We'll kick off this FREE celebration at 12:30 p.m. with a brief opening ceremony featuring Blanton Museum Director Simone Wicha, Austin Mayor Steve Adler, University of Texas at Austin President Greg Fenves, and Jack Shear, President of the Ellsworth Kelly Foundation. Plus, enjoy a special performance by UT's Longhorn Band. Then, sign our guest book to commemorate your being here for this special day, pick up a ticket to a curator talk, and explore Austin for the first time!
An RSVP is requested, but not required.
Free Admission All Day | 1-5 p.m.
Enjoy FREE admission to Austin and the Blanton all day.

Opening Ceremony | 12:30 p.m.
Join us in the Faulkner Plaza to officially open Austin. Don't forget to sign the guest book!

Austin and the Museum Open | 1 p.m.
It's time to step inside! Space is limited in Austin, and visitors will be allowed to enter throughout the day until 5 p.m. Also stop by the accompanying exhibition, Form into Spirit: Ellsworth Kelly's Austin, in the Michener Gallery Building (main museum).

Curator Talk: Form into Spirit: Ellsworth Kelly's Austin | 2 p.m.
Carter E. Foster, Deputy Director of Curatorial Affairs, gives a behind-the-scenes account of the making of Austin, and how Ellsworth Kelly's early experiences ultimately led to the creation of his final masterpiece, now part of the Blanton's permanent collection.
This program takes place in the Blanton Auditorium. Space is limited. Tickets will be available on a first come, first served basis at 1 p.m.

Be sure to tag your photos with #KellyattheBlanton when you share on social!

Please note: traffic closures related to the Austin Marathon
may affect travel to and from the Blanton. Check route information here
Would you like to attend a private preview of Austin?
(and enjoy unlimited museum admission all year long?)
Become a Blanton member and attend the Member Preview Day on Saturday, February 17. Members will enjoy a chance to explore Austin, guided tours of Form into Spirit, refreshments, and an opportunity to grab a ticket to an exclusive panel discussion by leading Ellsworth Kelly experts.
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Memberships start at just $50 (that's $40 with your discount.)
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Austin is a gift of the artist, with funding generously provided by Jeanne and Michael Klein, Judy and Charles Tate, the Scurlock Foundation, Suzanne Deal Booth and David G. Booth, and the Longhorn Network. Additional funding provided by The Brown Foundation, Inc. of Houston, Leslie and Jack S. Blanton, Jr., Elizabeth and Wareing, Sally and Tom Dunning, the Lowe Foundation, The Eugene McDermott Foundation, Stedman West Foundation, and the Walton Family Foundation, with further support provided by Sarah and Ernest Butler, Buena Vista Foundation, The Ronald and Jo Carole Lauder Foundation, Emily Rauh Pulitzer, Janet and Wilson Allen, Judy and David Beck, Kelli and Eddy S. Blanton, Charles Butt, Mrs. Donald G. Fisher, Amanda and Glenn Fuhrman, Glenstone/Emily and Mitch Rales, Stephanie and David Goodman, Agnes Gund, Stacy and Joel Hock, Lora Reynolds and Quincy Lee, Helen and Chuck Schwab, Ellen and Steve Susman, and other donors.

Form into Spirit: Ellsworth Kelly’s Austin is organized by the Blanton Museum of Art.
Major funding for the exhibition is provided by the Ford Foundation.
Generous funding also is provided by Jeanne and Michael Klein and the Scurlock Foundation Exhibition Endowment, with additional gifts from Suzanne Deal Booth, Heather James Fine Art, Jenny and Trey Laird, the Alice Kleberg Reynolds Foundation, and Lora Reynolds and Quincy Lee, and donors who contributed to the 2017 Annual Fund.
Blanton Members always receive free general admission to the museum and a 10% discount in the Shop and Café.
Support for the Blanton is provided by individuals, corporations, foundations, Blanton members, and by a grant from the Texas Commission on the Arts. Funding for education programs is provided by The Brown Foundation Inc. Education Endowment. 
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