The San Antonio River Authority is working with Bexar County to improve storm water management for San Pedro Creek. Instead of hiding this infrastructure project, it is a new public amenity. Ricardo Barreto, Jennifer McGregor, and I collaborated on the public art strategy for a new park along San Pedro Creek. The plan calls for a limited number of permanent installations, places that focus on the history of this important place, and an ongoing series of temporary public art installations and performances. The new San Pedro Creek Culture Alliance, a group of local and regional community members and artists, were formed to collaborate with SARA and keep this place authentically San Antonio. Carrie Brown became the first SARA curator to lead the program. Watch the progress of this new public art program here.