- Sat08Nov20149:45 amFreed Auditorium at The Glassell School of Art - 1001 Bissonnet, 77005 (Map)Program events
The Visual Arts Alliance (VAA) presents Contemporary Sculpture in Houston,a discussion of the city’s contemporary sculpture collections in area museums and art galleries. Noted Houston artist and head of the Sculpture/Foundry department at The Glassell School of Art, James Hill, will lead the discussion, providing an orientation to contemporary sculpture in Houston.
Mr. Hill is a practicing multidisciplinary artist whose work is rooted in history and social structure. His work has been exhibited in solo and group shows nationally and internationally.
Contemporary Sculpture in Houston will begin at 9:45 a.m. on Saturday, November 8 in the Freed Auditorium at The Glassell School of Art, 1001 Bissonnet. There is no charge to attend and reservations are not needed. The talk is open to the public.
- Sat22Nov201410am - 2pm~ address supplied to members only ~Program events, Workshops
Join us for a discussion on broadening your visibility in the digital age.
Location information will be provided to members via the newsletter and event emails.
- Sat06Dec20149:45 amArt League Houston - 1953 Montrose Blvd 77006 (Map)Program events
On Saturday, December 6, Visual Arts Alliance (VAA) presents Jason Villegas who will be discussing Mineral Spirit, his installation at Art League Houston. The final in the VAA’s 2014 lecture series, the free program begins at 9:45 at Art League of Houston, 1935 Montrose Boulevard. The installation features a spirit-like form, a recurring character in the artist's work, breaking through the brick patio in the ALH Sculpture Garden, and emerging from the ground, ready to the anoint the world with its crystal and mineral power. Inspired by the idea of string theory and spiritual vibrations, the installation explores how science and spirituality can, at times, not only share the same space, but also develop along the same line.
Mr. Villegas, who was voted best artist in 2005, is a contemporary visual artist. His work includes sculpture, painting, drawing, video and more. Mr. Villegas teaches at Art League of Houston and has had exhibitions nationally and internationally including world-renowned museums and nonprofit spaces such as the Contemporary Arts Museum of Houston, El Museo del Barrio, Exit Art, Los Angeles County Museum of Art and Ruffino Tamayo Museum.
Julia Koutroulis, Chairman, Publicity & Community Relations