While walking down South Congress street in Austin, one will notice endless food truck options selling cupcakes, tacos and pies
Untapped Cities' sat down with Ghost of a Dream's to learn about the thought process behind documenting society's hopes and dreams.
Art Alliance Austin Executive Director Meredith Powell shares how Austin artists’ current projects are re-shaping the city and how the arts community aims to keep up with Austin’s inevitable growth.
On January 12th, the Municipal Art Society will host On the Road to Resilience: From the Ground Up, a conference centered on the effects of Hurricane Sandy.
In 2010, the City of Austin asked the self-dubbed “Junk King,” to dismantle the construction of found art in his backyard, dubbed the Cathedral of Junk. The mere asking to take it down equated to the chipping away of what keeps Austin weird.
Untapped Cities carefully curated a list of must-sees that may not be found in your conventional travel guide with contributions from Austin-based blogger Hipstercrite and illustrator Jackie Evangelisti.
La Boca, a barrio on the edge of downtown Buenos Aires, is frequented by visitors (typically tourists) eager for a glimpse into the local culture despite its impoverished surroundings.
Untapped Cities spoke to Sophie at the 2012 Mashable Social Good Summit about her involvement in the Measles & Rubella Initiative and what inspires her illustrations of New Yorkers.
This year, Untapped Cities will be reporting from Mashable's 2012 Social Conference. Stay tuned for live coverage.
This summer, our managing editor traveled south to Buenos Aires for the winter to escape the New York City heat. Top of the "to visit" list is a place that will remain an all time favorite travel destination: El Ateneo.