“The beauty of me getting back into doing this was there wasn’t pressure — it’s not on someone’s body for the rest of their life.”
Glimpse into the ‘unseen’
The Art Museum of Southeast Texas’ Café Arts gallery features the works of 13 photographers from the Beaumont Camera Club.
Art of Words
The museum’s book club focuses specifically on art-related books, books written by artists or books about artists like biographies
Finding light in her art
"…you learn from going to the shows, and also the artists like to see people going to their shows and enjoying their art.”
Finding ‘kinship’ in art, nature
The pieces have a fragility that makes onlookers feel that to even breathe on them would do damage.
Drawing his own story
“My heart is racing, it still seems surreal,” he said. “Every day I’m waking up and I’m just like, ‘Oh man, what’s next?’ It’s just been unbelievable, man, unbelievable. And certainly, I’m grateful.”
Undersea musical fun
“There’s many instances where I’ve had the time and I’ve sat down and been like, ‘How would SpongeBob react to this?’”
LU dance unleashes student potential
“The point of modern dance is that is indefinable,” choreographer Amy Elizabeth said.
Words for the masses
By 1500, a mere 45 years after Gutenberg’s Bible, an estimated half a million printed books were in circulation, but prior to 1465, knowledge was available to only a privileged few.
Reveal your hidden poet
April is National Poetry Month and there are many fun ways to re-engage with poetry