Archive for May, 2018

Programs at the Cedars Union

The Cedars Union has two upcoming programs:

May 31st from 6pm-8pm. It’s the Creative Careers Showcase featuring Matthew Bowdon, industrial designer/co-owner of Dalahast Studios and co-founder of The Cedars Union. He will be doing a presentation about his career, how he came up with the design of the micro-studios we will be using at The CU, and will be giving a tour of... | Read More

June Workshops at Oil & Cotton for Adults

SUMMER SCHOOL  Learning with friends in a warm and welcoming art studio will change your perception of summer school.Saturday, June 2, 3-6pm – Marking + Stitch Instructor: Abby Sherrill Explore the crossroads between drawing and embroidery using the running stitch, stitched knots and basic needle weaving. Leave with a handmade sketchbook to hold your findings and index your learned... | Read More

Join Arts Counsel Texas for Our June 13th Creative Lunch + Learn: First Amendment

In 2018 Arts Counsel Texas will be partnering with The Cedars Union to bring you monthly Creative Lunch + Learns. Led by Michael Heinlen and Thomas Maddrey, these Lunch + Learns will discuss legal and business scenarios facing artists and creatives.

In this Lunch + Learn, attorney Michael Heinlen of Thompson & Knight LLP will be discussing the First Amendment.

This seminar... | Read More

Portrait Basics in Charcoal Workshops with Kathy Yoders

Kathy Yoders: Portrait Basics in Charcoal,

June 12 1-5pm at the Pecan EMS Building

August 18 1-5pm at Shanley House in Granbury

Contact Kathy Yoders at 817-579-5075 or email

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Exhibition of 18 prints from the 1970s by Alan Shields on view at Van Doren Waxter

Van Doren Waxter is resenting Rolling Orbit, an exhibition of 18 prints from the 1970s by Alan Shields, on view from May 17 through July 27, 2018. The focus of the exhibition, the fourth solo show the gallery has presented for the artist since 2011, is a highly-dynamic installation and viewing experience in the gallery’s upper east side townhouse, of the earliest prints made by Shields at... | Read More

South London Gallery launches Fire Station crowdfunding campaign

Today, the South London Gallery launched a month long crowdfunding campaign on Art Happens, Art Fund’s crowdfunding platform. Money raised will go towards the final stages of transforming the formerly derelict Fire Station into a new cultural centre that will open on 20 September 2018. With construction work on the Fire Station nearing completion the SLG now needs to raise the final... | Read More

Galerie Parisa Kind opens exhibition of recent work by Mike Bouchet

Mike Bouchet's recent series of “Colachrome” paintings are made with his self produced Diet Cola. Though the works cover a range of themes, what Bouchet is primarily working with is the immaterial cultural fabric that ties all of these themes together. Bouchet's works are never didactic gestures, nor are they ironic or condescending. The criticality of his perspective is tempered by... | Read More

Alicja Kwade presents first, large-scale solo commission in the US at Castle Hill on the Crane Estate

The Trustees announces the third installation in its contemporary Art & the Landscape public art initiative on view now at Castle Hill on the Crane Estate, a National Historic Landmark located in Ipswich. The installation features an original piece specifically designed for the site of Castle Hill’s former hedge maze by Berlin-based, award-winning, Polish artist Alicja Kwade who is... | Read More

New work by Avril Paton goes on show at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum

Scottish artist Avril Paton’s latest work, The Four Graces (Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum), has gone on show in the iconic building it depicts. Completed in 2016 the artwork shows a moment in time, in the life of Kelvingrove Museum, one Scotland’s most popular visitor attractions. Well known for her watercolours of Glasgow city scenes, Avril Paton has loaned her most recent work... | Read More

Tomaso Binga and Greta Schödl’s first UK exhibition opens at Richard Saltoun Gallery

Richard Saltoun Gallery presents the first UK exhibition of Tomaso Binga and Greta Schödl, the female pioneers of the Poesía Visuale (visual poetry) movement. Both incorporate text to conjure a unique visual language, which they developed to assert their identity as women artists. Greta Schödl (b.1929, Hollabrunn, Austria) moved to Bologna in the late 50s, where women artists were a rarity.... | Read More
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