OCTOBER 6, 2018 | 8:30AM - 2PM
Frisco Arts Walk and Run at HALL Park!
The Frisco Arts Walk and Run is Frisco’s first arts-themed 5K along the beautiful grounds of HALL Park in Frisco, TX! Runners will be surrounded by the inspiring, award-winning sculptures of the HALL Collection, and the route will include pop-up music, art, and dance! Top winners will receive a special art piece designed by the Frisco Fine Art Gallery.
After the run, take a leisurely stroll through the Texas Sculpture Garden at HALL Park for our 3rd Annual Frisco Arts Walk, FREE and open to the public! Recognized as the largest private collection of contemporary Texas Sculpture ever assembled and made available to the public, the Texas Sculpture Garden was created by philanthropists Craig and Kathryn Hall to benefit the Texas Community by honoring the talent of homegrown artists and making their work accessible to everyone. Download the mobile app OtoCast to hear the stories behind each sculpture, told by the artists themselves! Enjoy a concert on the lawn in the HALL Amphitheater, guided tours of the indoor art, local artist booths, an interactive children’s area, gourmet food trucks and more till 2pm. Visit friscoarts.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Artist and Vendor Booths
Meet and learn more about our local artists and community arts businesses/organizations at their booths along our Frisco Arts Walk and Run!
Artist booth applications coming soon.
UNT Main Stage
The HALL Park Amphitheater features UNT's Grammy Award-winning One O'Clock Lab Band, Jazz Singers, and more! Bring a blanket and chairs to enjoy the best jazz in town!
There will be a designated children’s area with special activities. Kids will enjoy bounce houses, face painting, balloon artists, carnival games, crafts, puppet-making and more!
Steinway Red Carpet Performances
Steinway Pianos will provide a grand piano on a red carpet for amateur and professional musicians to perform!
Don't miss your chance to sign up for your 10-minute spot. All ages and musical genres welcome, as well as multiple instruments, vocalists, and ensembles.
Performances will be held outside 6801 Gaylord Parkway near the entrance of the Texas Sculpture Garden.
Encounter exciting interactive arts along the walk, such as:
- Singing fairytale princesses from Pixie Dusted Parties in Frisco
- Live painters and sketch artists from Visual Arts Guild of Frisco
- Live Speed Painter
- Nutcracker dancers from Collin County Ballet Theatre
- Ukulele players from Grace Avenue
- Street performers
- Human Statues
Indoor Sculpture Tour
Trained docents by Patricia Meadows, curator of the entire Hall Collection and Texas Sculpture Garden, will be available for 45-minute guided tours to share insights on the indoor pieces of the Texas Sculpture Garden located in the lobby of 6801 Gaylord Parkway. Guided tour start times are:
11am ⋅ 12pm ⋅ 1pm
Recognized as the largest private collection of contemporary Texas Sculpture ever assembled and made available to the public, the Texas Sculpture Garden was created to benefit the Texas Community by honoring the talent of homegrown artists and making their work accessible to everyone.
Mobile Arts App
Take a self-guided tour and experience the Frisco Arts Walk and Run through your smart phone! Simply download the free Otocast app (Apple and Android) for a map, pictures, and audio guides provided by the artists of the outdoor Texas Sculpture Garden. Use Otocast to find all points of interest at Frisco Arts Walk and Run! Otocast currently offers mobile art guides for almost 70 locations throughout North America, with over 1400 individual points of interest in areas of art in public spaces, murals, historic landmarks, architecture, monuments, and others.
Food Truck Park
Gourmet food trucks will offer a wide assortment of food & beverage choices. Cash or credit cards accepted directly at each food truck. Coming to Frisco Arts Walk and Run are:
Tikiz Shaved Ice
Pappy’s Food Truck
The Dapper Doughnut
Map & Directions
Gaylord Parkway at the Dallas North Tollway in Frisco, Texas at HALL Park: 6801 Gaylord Parkway Frisco, TX 75034.
Look for directional signs and volunteers for the Frisco Arts Walk entrances.
FREE PARKING: Parking is available across the street from the Texas Sculpture Garden at MerryHill School (6850 Gaylord Parkway) and adjacent HALL Office buildings (3010 Gaylord Parkway, 3001 Dallas Parkway). Additional parking is available 2601 Network Blvd and 2801 Network Blvd.)
Need help, call 972-810-1028