Sunday, February 14, 2010

March is Youth Art Month!

Keep an eye out here for Youth Art Month activities!

Right now there are several events that are free to families.

March 6th is the first Saturday in the month and that means it is Hands On Houston at the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft!  This month's activities are as follows:
HCCC will host a celebration of the metal arts in conjunction with its current exhibitions, Iron: Forged, Tempered, Quenched, featuring American blacksmithed objects, and eXtreme Tea, featuring exquisite tea implements. Families and visitors of all ages will enjoy participating in a metal-embossing activity, watching live demonstrations by Houston Area Blacksmiths’ Association and other artists, and viewing the exhibitions. Complimentary tea will be served by Té House of Tea.
Té House of Tea is a tranquil, elegant tea house located in the Montrose/River Oaks area of Houston. Té serves a variety of high-quality teas, with a focus on small farms and fair trade plantations. For more information, visit www.tehouseoftea.com.
Clockwise from top left: Victoria Lansford, Darling, lotus have some tea...(detail), 2009. Tea infuser, strainer, and drip stand. Sterling silver, fine silver, 22K/sterling bi-metal; Russian filigree, Eastern repoussé, chasing, chain making, and fabrication. Photo by Victoria Lansford. Blacksmithing demonstrations by Houston Area Blacksmiths’ Association. Image courtesy HCCC. Zack Noble, Dr. Suess Bloom (detail), 2005. Forged steel. Photo by Tom Mills Photography.

Time: March 6, 2010 from 11am to 3pm
Location: Houston Center For Contemporary Craft
Street: 4848 Main
City/Town: Houston, TX 77002
Website or Map: http://www.crafthouston.org/
Phone: 713-529-4848
Event Type: familyevent
Organized By: Houston Center for Contemporary Craft



Sunday March 5th is Target Free First Sunday at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston:
Discover art through a variety of fun activities. Explore and make art, hear a story, watch a performance or Family Flick, and more! Each month offers a new opportunity to enjoy and learn about art.
Admission is free! No preregistration is necessary, and you may drop in and stay as long as you wish.
Recommended Ages: 4+

Time: March 7, 2010 from 1pm to 5pm
Location: Museum of Fine Arts Houston
Street: 1001 Bissonnet Street
City/Town: Houston, TX 77002
Website or Map: http://www.mfah.org
Phone: 713-639-7300
Event Type: familyevent
Organized By: Museum of Fine Arts Houston


Keep an eye on this blog for more information.  There are some really special events being lined up and I don't want you to miss them!

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