Coming attractions – be there!
Happily and often, I get email notices from friends who are very talented in very diverse ways – I love to pass along these opportunities so that we may support our arts and letters community.
Here are just a few for your calendar – and don’t forget to read all the way to the bottom of the post for an event from one of my favorite creative women!!
Carol Coffee Reposa, Poet
Featured this evening at Lyn Belisle Studio at 6:00
Barbara Dean Hendricks: Author
Book Signing and Reception at the Twig
Susanna Morrow: Collagists
“Now I Become Myself: Explorations in Collage”
Susanna Morrow began exploring collage as a complement to her daily journal writing practice a decade ago. She has a developed a body of work that is dream-like and deeply personal, revealing what she is becoming as she moves through life’s changes. There are three series of collages in this exhibit: larger “portraits” of self and others, journal cover designs (“self studies”), and a visual discernment process about stepping into the second half of life.
Exhibit is at the Church of Reconciliation, Brown Hall, 8900 Starcrest. Exhibit hours are Sundays through October 30, 8AM-1PM, and weekdays by appointment. Contact email@example.com
All are welcome to wine and cheese reception Saturday, October 15, 6-8PM
Please visit susannamorrow.com for more information.
Alison Schockner, Lesta Frank, Jan Longfellow
Artist’s Garden Party
Saturday & Sunday,
Oct. 15th and 16th
at Alison’s studio
Come through the garden gate
by the carport on Flores St.
Join us for a multi-media exhibition.
Alison’s garden art totems and plate flowers
Carrie Bye’s printmaking magic
Amy Jones’s felted critters
Jan Longfellow’s cast silver clay jewelry
Lesta’s mini abstract paintings,
bookmarks and cards
Bryce Milligan, Poet, Picker and Publisher
(click the image for details)
Every year Gemini Ink honors a great San Antonio writer with the Award of Literary Excellence at our annual gala, Inkstravaganza. This year our honoree is the beloved journalist and distinguished author…
Jan Jarboe Russell
October 13, 2016
Click on the image for details!
AND FINALLY . . .
Get out and support our beloved creative friends at any or all of these events!
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