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The Long Center is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit dedicated to broadening the appreciation and enhancing the enjoyment of the cultural arts.
Architects of Air returns to the Long Center with Miracoco, January 24 – February 2, on the West Lawn.
That’s right — it’s back! Everyone’s favorite kaleidoscope experience, Architects of Air, will return to the Long Center this spring with a brand new luminarium, Miracoco.
Whether you’re an existing Annual Member or choose to become one on site, you have the opportunity to get priority access to this special exhibit! Only a limited amount of priority access tickets are available to members to this exhibit, so don’t miss out! See below for more information, or contact the 3M Box Office.
- The last entry for Miracoco is 5:00pm
- Tickets are available for purchase at the entrance to the luminarium
- Children 2 and under are free
- Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult
- The luminarium is accessible to wheelchair users
- Official website for Architects of Air
- For more information on priority access and advance tickets, please email email@example.com
Annual Member Information
Join others who share your love of the arts by becoming an Annual Member of the Long Center. Your generous donation to the Long Center helps grow our community outreach programs and allows the Long Center to serve the greater Austin community with extraordinary productions, state of-the-art facilities and more. Become an Annual Member with a donation of $125 or more, and enjoy donor benefits such as priority seating, access to the Donor Lounge, and complimentary tickets and parking. When advance tickets for Architects of Air become available, you’ll be the first to know! Click ‘Donate’ for more information.
More About Miracoco
Built in 2011, Miracoco represents a new step in the evolution of luminarium design. Taking the best from what we have learnt from earlier structures we’ve achieved greater control over the inflated form. Functionally this means improvements in safety and in modularity but, most importantly, this new luminarium promises to be one of the most visually exciting that we have built.
Miracoco closely resembles its sister structure Mirazozo in terms of the visitor’s journey and the disposition of its spaces. Its distinctive element is in the rendering of the domes. The dodecahedral domes follow a geometry made more precise by the increased use of reinforced restraints to define the structure. The working of the illuminated seams enhances the sense of structure.
Miracoco’s Centre Dome is yet more voluminous than any previous dome we have built. It is a monumental structure, redolent of the Lotus Temple of India, that features spiral lattices to create a display of scintillating points of light on a field of iridescent hues.
Questions? Call the 3M Box Office at (512) 474-LONG (5664), TTY (800) 735-2989.