upcoming

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ALH’s 71st Anniversary Gala: SPECTRUM

Honoring Anita & Gerald B. Smith as 2019 Texas Patrons of the Year, Margarita Cabrera as the 2019 Texas Artist of the Year, and Betty Moody as the inaugural recipient of the 2019 Lifetime Achievement Award.


upcoming exhibitions

2019 Texas Artist of the Year: Margarita Cabrera

On View September 7 - November 2, 2019

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Entangled: Preetika Rajgariah

On View September 7 - November 2, 2019

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Maintenance: Charis Ammon

On View September 7 - November 2, 2019

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Fall 2019 CLASS HIGHLIGHTS

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COLLAGE/MIXED MEDIA (MM-2)

Sasha Dela

All levels
Wednesday afternoon, 12:30 PM – 3:30 PM
September 18 – November 13
9 weeks
$310 members / $345 public

Through the exploration of artists’ work in collage as well as hands-on experimentation, this class will give students a chance to become familiar with the elements and ideas involved in collage and mixed media works. Collage has a relationship to photography and found object sculpture, as well as painting and drawing. It is a rich medium, full of possibilities. This class will experiment with materials, and construction techniques for working with and creating collages.

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PAPERCUT: DESIGN AND DRAW (D-9)

Nicolle LaMere

All Levels
Thursday afternoon, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
September 19 – November 14
9 weeks
$300 members / $335 public

Papercutting is a world wide art form shared by many cultures. In this class students will learn how to translate imagery into positive and negative designs which will then be cut utilizing Xacto knifes. Create a depth in narrative as you explore the layering of cut and drawn imagery. Students will also be encouraged to explore various materials such as specialty papers, old photographs, image collage and post cards. All levels welcome.

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COLOR THEORY FOR BEGINNERS (P-7)

Cary Reeder

Beginner / Intermediate
Wednesday morning, 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM,
September 18 – November 13
9 weeks
$300 members / $335 public

The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the theory and practical manipulation of color through the medium of painting. Through experimentation and completion of week-to-week exercises, students will gain a better understanding of color that can be applied towards any media.