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    • 31 Jan 2019
    • 14 Apr 2019
    • Art Museum of Southeast Texas

    Mike Cacioppo, Family Portrait, 2016, watercolor, 19 x 13 in., Collection of the Artist


    On View January 31 – April 14, 2019

    Opening Reception 2-4 p.m., Sunday, February 10, 2019

    Join AMSET for MIKE CACIOPPO: Happy Accidents, a Café Arts Series Exhibition. 


    Artist Statement

    “Happy accidents” is a term used by my watercolor professor, Robert O’Neil. He knew that beginner watercolorists are afraid to make "mistakes." He made us realize that even though watercolor may be difficult to control, if accidents happen, they can enhance the work and therefore be “happy accidents.” Most of the works in this exhibition are products of a “happy accident.” I normally start by wetting the paper and applying paint; I primarily use the “wet on wet” technique. I like the fluid results it produces and the blending of colors on the paper. It is fast paced, immediate and exciting, resulting in an explosion of color.

    Having initially learned oil painting, I approach watercolor from a different perspective. Many times, my first attempt does not achieve the results desired. I later wash off the top layer of paint, which yields wet paper and a patina of underlying colors. I then apply wet paints onto the surface. Sometimes this process is repeated as many as three times until I receive the desired results. The objectives of the painting may change, but it is the end result that is important. 

    All of my landscape paintings are created outside, en plein air, at the Tyrrell Park Garden Center. I am grateful to Doug Oldbury and the staff at the garden for creating an inspiring environment. Painting in the park is always a winner for me. Even if the painting does not turn out well, I have had a nice day in the peaceful park setting while meeting friendly people.

    During my working years I did not have the time or energy to paint. After retirement, I decided to get back into art and focus on landscape painting – nature has a story to tell regardless of the season. The color of trees constantly changes over the course of the year, transitioning with the new greens of spring or the chilling blue colds of winter. I appreciate the cloud shapes and colors that set the mood of a work. I love capturing the peaceful moments as dusk approaches with nature’s last intense burst of light and color.  

    When I retired, I returned to watercolor painting. The best advice came from my college buddy and art educator friend, Jamie Paul Kessler. He told me to “enjoy myself.” Over the last four years I have enjoyed myself while continuing to learn my craft in an effort to produce good art.

    Artist Biography

    I am a Beaumont native. My favorite year of school was kindergarten with Mrs. Bartmess who introduced me to drawing, coloring, finger painting and clay. In 6th grade, my aunt, Rosalie Cacioppo, paid for me to take oil painting lessons. From that time on I progressed on my own until the last two years of high school when Ms. Linda Hebert was my art instructor. I graduated from Lamar University in 1977 with a Bachelor of Science in Fine Art. While enrolled at Lamar, I studied under Professors Robert O’Neil, Robert Madden and Jerry Newman. My biggest influence was my art history professor, Dr. Lynne Lokensgard, who developed my aesthetic. 

    I attended the University of Southwestern Louisiana where I received my Master of Arts in Geography-Urban Planning in 1978. I worked in urban planning for a few years until the downturn in the 1980’s economy. Most people do not know me as an artist, but as a retail clerk. I was involved in small family retail businesses for over thirty years, including my family’s business, until my retirement in 2014. Over the past ten years, I have traveled to Europe to see many of the things I studied in college. The combination of travel, volunteering at St. Anthony Cathedral Basilica and an ongoing learning experience in art has made for an enjoyable retirement with family and friends. 


    • 21 Feb 2019
    • 24 Mar 2019
    • Art Museum of Southeast Texas

    In its 33rd year, the Protégé Competition and Exhibition was created specifically to encourage graduating high school seniors to begin taking the steps necessary to become part of the world of art.

    This year's Protégé juror will be JooYoung Choi. Choi uses puppets, props, home videos, toys and drawings inspired from her childhood to explore an ongoing and continuing fictional world she has created and calls the Cosmic Womb. Choi’s fantastical, multi-disciplinary world will be featured in the solo exhibition, JooYoung Choi: Big Time Dreaming in the Age of Uncertainty at the Art Museum of Southeast Texas (March 16 – June 2, 2019).

    This competition allows students to begin learning about the evaluation processes used in the art world. Prizes for winners include scholarships to Lamar University’s Art Department and gift certificates for art supplies. Requirements and materials required for entries can be found at www.amset.org.

    If you know a budding young artist, counsel him or her to prepare to enter this school year’s annual Protégé Competition and Exhibition. Entries will be accepted from January 4 - 17, 2019 and students may enter any work created after August 2018. Students need not be part of an organized art class to enter.

    Join us to see what great works of art this year’s students have created at the 2019 Protégé Reception and Awards Ceremony on February 21, 2019 from 6 - 7:30pm. The Protégé Exhibition will be on display in the Conn Take pArt Gallery until March 24, 2019.


    • 16 Mar 2019
    • 02 Jun 2019
    • Art Museum of Southeast Texas



    On view March 16, 2019 through June 2, 2019

    Opening Reception6:00 - 8:00 p.m., Friday, March 22, 2019

    Free and open to the public

    JOOYOUNG CHOI: Big Time Dreaming in the Age of Uncertainty will delight visitors with a mixed media, site-specific installation inspired by Choi’s ongoing investigation of her Cosmic Womb mythology. Born in Seoul, South Korea, Choi was adopted at the age of one and grew up in Concord, New Hampshire with American parents. In 2007, she was reunited with her birth family. As an adopted child and one of the only Asians living in her New Hampshire community, she grew up feeling different and lonely – her imagination became her creative salvation. Choi is a “world building artist” who lives and works in Houston. She uses puppets, props, home videos, toys and drawings inspired from her childhood to explore her on-going and fictional world, the Cosmic Womb. Choi’s installation will resemble a dream-like, make-believe world; viewers will enter the Cosmic Womb, which will include soft sculptures and video stations, as well as puppets and mixed media paintings. The artist will participate in a week-long residency at AMSET during her installation, interacting with museum visitors throughout the process. Choi will also teach a flower-making workshop to guests prior to her installation, inviting them to enter her world. AMSET will also present a documentary film about Choi and her work as part of our interpretative programming.

    This exhibition is generously supported, in part, by an award from the Edaren Foundation, the Texas Commission on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts, Mary Ellen Hunt, the City of Beaumont, the Wesley W. Washburn, M.D. and Lulu L. Smith, M.D. Endowment Fund and the C. Homer and Edith Fuller Chambers Charitable Foundation.

    To find out more about how National Endowment for the Arts grants impact individuals and communities, visit www.arts.gov.


    • 16 Mar 2019
    • 02 Jun 2019
    • Art Museum of Southeast Texas

    Jules Buck Jones, painting in progress for AMSET exhibition, 2018, mixed media

    On view March 16, 2019 through June 2, 2019

    Opening Reception: 6:00 - 8:00 p.m., Friday, March 22, 2019
    Free and open to the public

    JULES BUCK JONES: Future Fossils will feature large-scale, mixed media paintings, drawings, and installations of hybridized bird forms influenced by biological concerns, mythology, fact and fiction. Jules Buck Jones lives in Austin and teaches at Texas State University. He is represented by Conduit Gallery in Dallas, Texas, and David Shelton Gallery in Houston, Texas. Jones is recognized nationally for his artwork and installations focusing on animals and the environment. His Animal Facts Club creates and envisions interactive performances for children, educating them on animal and biological facts. Jones attended Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond (2005) and received an MFA in Painting at the University of Texas at Austin (2008). His exhibition at AMSET will feature artwork inspired by the birds of America, including vibrant paintings, sculpture and a mixed-media, site specific installation that come together to create an environment type ecosystem where predator/prey relationships, mating behaviors, and other transformative actions play out between the paintings and sculptures. The artist will take part in an artist residency at AMSET during his installation. A monograph published by the artist will be available during the exhibition, and a book signing will take place at the opening reception.

    This exhibition is generously supported, in part, by an award from the Edaren Foundation, the Texas Commission on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts, the City of Beaumont, the Wesley W. Washburn, M.D. and Lulu L. Smith, M.D. Endowment Fund and the C. Homer and Edith Fuller Chambers Charitable Foundation.

    To find out more about how National Endowment for the Arts grants impact individuals and communities, visit www.arts.gov.


    • 21 Mar 2019
    • 6:30 PM
    • Art Museum of Southeast Texas

    We’re back again this year with Go for the Gold, a reverse drawing and a great opportunity to win $10,000 in sumptuous, glittering gold coins. Tickets cost $100  and admit two people into the art museum for an exciting evening of entertainment, watching the suspenseful reverse drawing. There will be a top drawer open bar and fabulous festive food all evening.

    Go for the Gold sells only 450 tickets, and a number of prizes are given away throughout the evening, including a $1,500 second prize and a $1,000 third prize also in gold coins. You need not be present to win, but the thrill of winning while in a crowd of supporters is unsurpassed.

    Call your favorite board member today to purchase a ticket or call the art museum at (409) 832-3432. Tickets sell in a hurry, so don't delay! All proceeds benefit the museum’s spectacular exhibition and education programs.


    • 09 Apr 2019
    • 5:30 PM
    • Art Museum of Southeast Texas

    Our next book club will meet on Tuesday, April 9th at 5:30 p.m. at AMSET. We will be discussing Loving Frank by Nancy Horan. Bring your appetite for refreshments and a hearty conversation over the novel! Invite your friends because it’s bound to be a literary success!

    Kindly RSVP by April 4th to:

    ktimberlake@amset.org or call 409.832.3432.


    • 18 May 2019
    • 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    • Art Museum of Southeast Texas


    This FREE day of family fun will give children and their families an opportunity to participate in several hands-on art activities that correlate with AMSET’s current exhibitions, JooYoung Choi: Big Time Dreaming in the Age of Uncertainty and Jules Buck Jones: Future Fossils. Entertainment, face painting, and refreshments will be provided.

    For more info, visit amset.org or www.facebook.com/amsetx.


    • 03 Jun 2019
    • 12 Jul 2019
    • Art Museum of Southeast Texas


    Join AMSET for Summer ArtVentures 2019. This year’s line-up of week-long, half-day workshops, from June 3 through July 12, is more exciting than ever, with architecture, sculpture, two-dimensional mixed media, melt-able media, clay and much more!

    ArtVentures is offered Monday through Friday with two workshops per day: morning classes are from 9 a.m. to noon; afternoons are 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.  One day-long workshop from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. is offered for TeenVentures week.  Children ages 5-14 choose from many class options for a high quality, intensive art education experience. All courses are taught by artists and art professionals, and the participants work closely with these respected artists in a variety of mediums.

    Campers are divided into three age groups, with each course designed for age-appropriate art activities:

    · Young ArtVenturers – children ages 5-7 – will have the opportunity to sample clay, paint and mixed media through simplified projects formatted for their age group. These classes will be augmented with art-related story times and outdoor activities.

    · ArtVenturers – children ages 8-11 – have many exciting courses to choose from including melt-able media, clay, mixed media, and even sculpture.

    · TeenVentures in Art – Keep teens active and engaged in making art – a valuable life skill. TeenVentures in Art is a special week, July 1-July 5, just for 12 to 14-year-olds interested in exploring more advanced artmaking practices. This summer, teen campers will investigate America’s exceptional modern art movements in order to gain the inspiration needed to create their own unique modern art inspired works of art.

    The cost for Summer ArtVentures is $75 for members, $135 for non-members for the first child’s first class, $75 for each additional child and $70 for each additional class. The non-member fee includes a one-year family membership. Scholarships are also available.

    Find Summer Artventures Registration Forms Here


    • 15 Jun 2019
    • 01 Sep 2019
    • Art Museum of Southeast Texas



    • 10 Aug 2019
    • 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    • Art Museum of Southeast Texas

    This free event will have entertainment, face painting, refreshments, and unique art activities inspired by AMSET’s recent acquisitions that will be on view in the main galleries.


    • 21 Sep 2019
    • 01 Dec 2019
    • Art Museum of Southeast Texas


    • 14 Dec 2019
    • 01 Mar 2020
    • Art Museum of Southeast Texas


Past events

02 Mar 2019 Soft Sculpture Workshop
16 Feb 2019 Winter Family Arts Day
14 Feb 2019 A Vintage Valentine
11 Feb 2019 Taste of the Arts Lecture Series
14 Dec 2018 The Art of Found Objects: Enigma Variations
11 Dec 2018 Book Signing with Keith Carter
06 Dec 2018 Holiday Tree Lighting 2018
01 Dec 2018 Gingerbread House Workshop
15 Nov 2018 JANE HONOVICH: All Over Not Yet
13 Nov 2018 Art Museum of Southeast Texas Book Club
27 Oct 2018 "Eat-A-Bug!" FREE Family Arts Day
22 Oct 2018 Taste of the Arts Lecture Series
19 Oct 2018 The Monster Mash: an AMSET Bash!
02 Oct 2018 2018 Annual Meeting Reception
22 Sep 2018 Deborah Luster --- Passion Play
22 Sep 2018 Woven Wonders: Textiles from the John Gaston Fairey Collection of Mexican Folk Art
07 Sep 2018 31st Anniversary Gala
11 Aug 2018 Summer Family Arts Day
24 Jul 2018 Art of Giving
21 Jun 2018 AMY MORRIS: Submerged
18 Jun 2018 Summer Art Ventures Creative Kids Camp 2018
16 Jun 2018 Paraíso y Presa: The John Gaston Fairey Collection of Mexican Folk Art
16 Jun 2018 FRESH: The James Kralik Collection
19 May 2018 Spring Family Arts Day
10 May 2018 Treasure Auction: The Art of the Abstract
22 Mar 2018 WAYNE GOODMAN: Storyville
17 Mar 2018 ANTHONY SONNENBERG: Still Stage, Set Life
17 Mar 2018 SHAUN ROBERTS: Rebels and Renegades
08 Mar 2018 Go for the Gold Party and Reverse Drawing
22 Feb 2018 32nd Annual Protégé Competition and Exhibition Reception
10 Feb 2018 Winter Family Arts Day
02 Feb 2018 AMSET "Mardi pARTy" 2018
18 Jan 2018 Café Arts Series "Courtni Meadows: Rock On"
16 Dec 2017 The John Gaston Fairey Collection of Mexican Folk Art: An Introduction
16 Dec 2017 ELLEN TANNER: Fables, Families and Myths
07 Dec 2017 Holiday Tree Lighting 2017
02 Dec 2017 Gingerbread House Workshop 2017
28 Oct 2017 "Eat-A-Bug!" FREE Family Arts Day
26 Oct 2017 SIRENA LABURN: Nowhere, Texas
21 Oct 2017 30th Anniversary Gala: A Pearlescent Evening
30 Sep 2017 Sense of Home: The Art of Richard Stout
17 Aug 2017 Garden Musings: MARY PAT NELSON GROSS
12 Aug 2017 Summer Family Arts Day
12 Jun 2017 Summer Art Ventures Creative Kids Camp 2017
10 Jun 2017 FRESH: Recent Acquisitions
10 Jun 2017 SHERRY OWENS: Fabric of Life
25 May 2017 DJ KAVA: A Stroll Along the Coast
20 May 2017 Spring Family Arts Day
30 Mar 2017 Go for the Gold Party and Reverse Drawing
30 Mar 2017 Allison Gaspard: "What Will They Become"
11 Mar 2017 José Arpa: "A Spanish Painter in Texas"
24 Feb 2017 AMSET "Mardi pARTy" 2017
21 Feb 2017 Protege High School Art Competition and Exhibition Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony
11 Feb 2017 Winter Family Arts Day
10 Dec 2016 STEVE MURPHY: It's All Come Down to This
10 Dec 2016 DAVID AYLSWORTH: Either/And
08 Dec 2016 Holiday Tree Lighting 2016
29 Oct 2016 "Eat-A-Bug!" FREE Family Arts Day
21 Oct 2016 The Monster Mash: an AMSET Bash!
04 Oct 2016 2016 Annual Meeting
23 Sep 2016 CURTAIN CALL Ann Wood
09 Sep 2016 AMSET Gala 2016
25 Aug 2016 THE ONLY WAY ROUND IS THROUGH: Mark Nesmith
20 Aug 2016 "Don't Mess With Texas. Mess With Art" FREE Family Arts Day
18 Aug 2016 Film Screening of FRANK REAUGH: PASTEL POET OF THE TEXAS PLAINS
18 Jun 2016 TERESA BAKER: shape, line, what the eye is doing
18 Jun 2016 tête-à-tête: Folk Art and Fine Art from the Permanent Collection
12 May 2016 Treasure Auction: POP!
14 Apr 2016 This One is Pink, This One is Blue: Kailee Viator
12 Mar 2016 Birds in Art
10 Mar 2016 Go for the Gold Party and Reverse Drawing
25 Feb 2016 Protege High School Art Competition and Exhibition Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony
20 Feb 2016 "Fun in the Mud!" FREE Family Arts Day
29 Jan 2016 A Vintage Affair wine tasting
28 Jan 2016 MAX BEAN: You've Got Mail / Art
12 Dec 2015 JOURNEY FROM WITHIN: Ceramics by Linnis Blanton
12 Dec 2015 HOT OFF THE PRESS: Recent Works from Flatbed
05 Dec 2015 Gingerbread House Workshop 2015
03 Dec 2015 Holiday Tree Lighting 2015
05 Nov 2015 SKIN CONDITION: Ceramics by Kelly Costlow
31 Oct 2015 "Eat a Bug!" Family Arts Day
23 Oct 2015 "The Monster Mash... an AMSET Bash"
25 Sep 2015 "Michael Kennaugh: Locus in Quo"
25 Sep 2015 "Orna Feinstein: Now and Zen"
11 Sep 2015 AMSET Gala 2015- Carnival de AMSET: a night for the arts
15 Aug 2015 Summer Family Arts Day
13 Aug 2015 "MY JOURNEY" by Ines Alvidres
15 Jun 2015 Summer ArtVentures Creative Kids Camp 2015
04 Jun 2015 CAFE' ARTS: "Hats & Helmets"
09 May 2015 Spring Family Arts Day
25 Apr 2015 "ABSTRACTION: Selections from the Permanent Collection"
25 Apr 2015 "Will-Amelia Sterns Price: Mike's Road to Taos"
12 Mar 2015 gARTage Sale
26 Feb 2015 Protégé High School Art Competition and Exhibition Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony
21 Feb 2015 Winter Family Arts Day "Freedom!"
04 Feb 2015 Go for the Gold Party and Reverse Drawing
30 Jan 2015 A Vintage Affair wine tasting
22 Jan 2015 "DIVIDING TIME: Works on Paper by Chris Troutman"
17 Jan 2015 "Caprice Pierucci: Dream State"
17 Jan 2015 "Harvey Johnson: A Triple Middle Passage"
16 Jan 2015 Great Wall of Fame
06 Dec 2014 Gingerbread House Workshop 2014
04 Dec 2014 Holiday Tree Lighting
30 Oct 2014 Rob Clark: "Finding Light - Works on Paper"
25 Oct 2014 "Eat a Bug!" Family Arts Day
10 Oct 2014 Art of Beer 2014
07 Oct 2014 2014 AMSET Annual Meeting
20 Sep 2014 "Dornith Doherty: Oasis"
20 Sep 2014 "Celia Eberle: In the Garden of Ozymandias"
05 Sep 2014 The Crystal Ball - A Night of Sparkling Entertainment
16 Aug 2014 "Don't Mess with Texas, Mess with Art" Family Arts Day
14 Aug 2014 Zach Dubuisson: "It Ain't Easy"
16 Jun 2014 Summer ArtVentures Creative Kids Camp 2014
31 May 2014 "Spring Chine" Family Arts Day
24 May 2014 "Beili Liu: Chine"
24 May 2014 "Karin Broker: wired, pressed and nailed"
08 May 2014 Treasure Auction: Masterpieces, Fakes and Forgeries
25 Apr 2014 "Justice Illuminated: The Art of Arthur Szyk"
19 Apr 2014 "Tiffany Studios: The Women Behind the Glass"
13 Mar 2014 Abigail McLaurin: "Tongues Talking"
06 Mar 2014 Go for the Gold Party and Reverse Drawing
21 Feb 2014 A Vintage Affair wine tasting
20 Feb 2014 Protégé High School Art Competition and Exhibition Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony
08 Feb 2014 "Who's in the Mirror" Family Arts Day
18 Jan 2014 "Figures: Artwork from the Permanent Collection"
18 Jan 2014 "Mirrored and Obscured: Contemporary Texas Self-Portraits"
19 Dec 2013 John Mariani: "Birdscapes"
07 Dec 2013 Gingerbread House Workshop 2013
05 Dec 2013 Holiday Tree Lighting
03 Dec 2013 2013 AMSET Annual Meeting
26 Oct 2013 "Eat a Bug!" Family Arts Day
09 Oct 2013 Art of Beer 2013
09 Oct 2013 "Summer Lydick: Resurfacing. Remnants"
27 Sep 2013 "Texas Impressionism: Branding with Brushstroke and Color, 1885-1935"
06 Sep 2013 "Bootleggers Ball" 26th Anniversary Gala 2013
10 Aug 2013 "Eyes Spy" Family Arts Day
18 Jul 2013 Kirby Crone: "212/912"
13 Jul 2013 "Eyes Spy: Folk Art from the Permanent Collection"
13 Jul 2013 "Earl Staley: Dreamscapes"
17 Jun 2013 Summer ArtVentures Creative Kids Camp 2013
17 May 2013 gARTage Sale
04 May 2013 "The Lost World" Family Arts Day
27 Apr 2013 Slow Art Day
25 Apr 2013 "Continuum-From Beaumont to San Miguel"
20 Apr 2013 "David Everett: The Ties That Bind"
20 Apr 2013 "Sally Chandler: The Lost World"
07 Mar 2013 "GO GO" for the Gold Party and Reverse Drawing
21 Feb 2013 Protégé High School Art Competition and Exhibition Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony
09 Feb 2013 "Night at the Museum" Family Arts Day
01 Feb 2013 A Vintage Affair wine tasting
24 Jan 2013 "Moments"
19 Jan 2013 "San Angelo Ceramics"
19 Jan 2013 "Edge of Mists: Photography by David H. Gibson"
19 Jan 2013 "Sarah Williams: Remote America"
06 Dec 2012 Holiday Tree Lighting
04 Dec 2012 2012 AMSET Annual Meeting
08 Nov 2012 "Lisa Richardson: Antelope Light"
27 Oct 2012 "Eat a Bug!" Family Arts Day
04 Oct 2012 Art of Beer 2012
22 Sep 2012 "Espoused"
11 Sep 2012 Sugar Skulls Workshop
07 Sep 2012 "Come Fly With Us" 25th Anniversary Gala 2012
23 Aug 2012 "Jane Peterman: Signs of Life"
11 Aug 2012 "Don't Mess with Texas, Mess with Art" Family Arts Day
30 Jun 2012 "Collection in Reflection: 10 Years of Acquisitions"
11 Jun 2012 Summer ArtVentures Creative Kids Camp 2012
07 Jun 2012 "Pat Loggins: Works in Mixed Media"
10 May 2012 The Secret Artist in You: Treasure Auction 2012
05 May 2012 "Ships Ahoy" Family Arts Day
20 Apr 2012 "Contemporary American Marine Art: 15th Annual Exhibition of the American Society of Marine Artists"
29 Mar 2012 "Michelle Cate: Hipsta-Addict"
08 Mar 2012 Go for the Gold Party and Reverse Drawing
01 Mar 2012 Garry Reece Lecture
23 Feb 2012 Protégé High School Art Competition and Exhibition
11 Feb 2012 "I See 3-D" Family Arts Day
26 Jan 2012 "Taylor Randolph Perry: Stenciling Out the Time"
21 Jan 2012 "This Rejection of the Conqueror: Works by Robert Pruitt"
21 Jan 2012 "Meredith Jack: Back in Black"
20 Jan 2012 A Vintage Affair wine tasting
01 Dec 2011 Holiday Tree Lighting
05 Nov 2011 Gingerbread House Workshop 2011
29 Oct 2011 "Eat a Bug!" Family Arts Day
27 Oct 2011 Joey Blazek: "Following Life’s Circle, Chasing My Coastal Tail"
05 Oct 2011 Art of Beer 2011
24 Sep 2011 Obsessive Worlds
09 Sep 2011 Gala 2011: ARTopia
13 Aug 2011 "Recycled/Reinvented" Family Arts Day
11 Aug 2011 "Michael Lee: Second Wind" in Café Arts
23 Jul 2011 Southeast Texas Collects: Jamie Paul Kessler German Pottery Collection
23 Jul 2011 Recycled/Reinvented: Folk Art from the Permanent Collection
15 Jul 2011 gARTage Sale
13 Jun 2011 Summer ArtVentures Creative Kids Camp
02 Jun 2011 "Randy and Bryan Welborn: Moments to Remember" in Café Arts
07 May 2011 "Tree Line" Spring Family Arts Day
06 May 2011 Impressionist and Post Impressionist Masterpieces from the National Gallery of Art
26 Apr 2011 Besa: Albanian Muslims
16 Apr 2011 Helen Altman: Tree Line
16 Apr 2011 Mark Messersmith: Scenic Delusions of Ordinary Disappointments
03 Mar 2011 Go for the Gold Party and Reverse Drawing
24 Feb 2011 Protégé High School Art Competition and Exhibition
12 Feb 2011 "Celebrate Southeast Texas" Family Arts Day
22 Jan 2011 Edward G. Eisenlohr: Painting Across the Texas Landscape
22 Jan 2011 Southeast Texas Art: Cross-Currents and Influences
02 Dec 2010 Holiday Children's Festival and Tree Lighting
13 Nov 2010 Gingerbread House Workshop
11 Nov 2010 "Kathleen Lamb Boudreaux: In Good Company" in Café Arts
30 Oct 2010 "Eat a Bug!" Family Arts Day
16 Oct 2010 Sedrick Huckaby: From Earth to Heaven
07 Oct 2010 Art of Beer 2010
10 Sep 2010 Gala 2010: Coattails, Cocktails and Capers
14 Aug 2010 “Flower Power” Summer Family Arts Day
24 Jul 2010 Women Artists: Selections from the Permanent Collection
24 Jul 2010 George Wentz: Joie de Vivre
06 May 2010 Mask Mania: Treasure Auction 2010
01 May 2010 “Playing in the Sand” Family Arts Day
24 Apr 2010 Rusty Scruby: Playing in the Sand
24 Apr 2010 Virgil Grotfeldt 274296
18 Mar 2010 Geaux for the Gold Party and Reverse Drawing
25 Feb 2010 Protege High School Art Competition and Exhibition
13 Feb 2010 “Set Your Sails for AMSET!” Family Arts Day
23 Jan 2010 African-American Art: Highlights from the Dr. Hervy Hiner Collection
23 Jan 2010 Hans Molzberger: RETURN / RÜCKKEHR
14 Nov 2009 Christmas Ornament Workshop
31 Oct 2009 "Eat a Bug!" Family Arts Day
06 Oct 2009 Sugar Skulls Workshop
01 Oct 2009 Art of Beer
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