The local Bee Crazy Quilting Bee has been meeting weekly since 1999 and now they’re showing off their handiwork in Brazosport Art League’s new gallery exhibit, “Crazy Victorian Quilting”! BAL hosted an opening week reception for the artists and their friends on Wednesday, January 17 in the gallery, which was sponsored by local business Junque Rescuers.
The Facts featured the show on the front page of today’s (1/18) edition. Read the story online and see photos from the reception at The Facts online.
Swing by the gallery to see the exhibit in the next few weeks, as it runs through Sunday, February 18.
Brazosport ISD’s annual rodeo art exhibit is back in Brazosport Art League’s gallery, open from January 4-14. A reception for the art students, their families and BISD art teachers was held Tuesday, January 9 in the gallery, with ribbons hanging from each work. Artists receiving finalist ribbons will have their art sent to Houston for judging in the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo art competition.
The Facts published a story and several photos from the reception on the front page of today’s (1/11) edition. Read the article and see photos online.
The Gathering Place Interfaith Ministries is launching a new program in conjunction with The Center for the Arts & Sciences and Lake Jackson Historical Association, called Culture Camp. Culture Camp will provide special docent-led programs for people with early or mid-stage Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s and their caregivers at The Center and Lake Jackson Museum once each quarter starting January 30. Programs will include music, art and history topics.
Center Executive Director Wes Copeland, historical association Executive Director Lindsay Scovil and Gathering Place CEO Dale Libby will sign a Memorandum of Understanding during a ceremony on Thursday, January 18 at the center, 400 College Blvd. in Clute.
Read more about Culture Camp and the MoU event at The Facts online.
Every year when December rolls around, local lovers of astronomy know what will be showing on the fulldome screen at BASF Planetarium. Season of Light has been a holiday staple at the planetarium for countless years (nobody remembers how long, in fact), screening throughout the month on Tuesdays at 7:00 PM and Fridays at 1:00 PM.
The Facts published an article in today’s (12/8) edition about the return of the ever-popular show. Read the story online about why Season of Light remains timeless and how it has become a holiday tradition for many across the Brazosport area.
THEN, get your tickets online to see Season of Light (or any other planetarium show) this month!
Brazosport Art League opened its annual Members Show and silent auction to benefit Habitat for Humanity of Southern Brazoria County on November 14, followed by an opening week reception on Friday, November 17. The Facts published a feature on the exhibit, “Brazosport Art League hosted art show and auction for Habitat for Humanity”, on the front page of the Brazos Life section in today’s (11/29) edition.
Read the story and see photos from the reception at The Facts online.
If you haven’t yet stopped by the gallery to see the show, swing in before December 9 to bid on any of the silent auction items. The Members Show will run through Saturday, December 30.
Women from the Texas Association of Doll Artists and Bee Wild Fiber Artists came together this fall for the third time to collaborate on an exhibit featuring fiber art and dolls in the Brazosport Art League gallery. The Wild @ Art 3 show is featured in an article, “Groups collaborating on new exhibit socialize, inspire: Colorful art pieces, dolls line the walls of art league gallery”, in today’s (11/1) Brazos Life section of The Facts.
Read the article, including interviews with artists Joyce Patterson and Karyn Jewell, and see photos at The Facts online.