Calendar

Fall Exhibit

A Feeling of Humanity

September 17, 2016 – March 26, 2017
Western Art from the Ken Ratner Collection

November 2016

A Century of Fine Press Books - "Reading Bear" woodcut by Michael McCurdy, 1984

A Century of Fine Press Books

Exhibit Dates: November 10 – January 31, 2017
Bryan Wildenthal Memorial Library, Sul Ross State University

Celebrate the history and craftsmanship of fine press bookmaking as The Bryan Wildenthal Memorial Library debuts the “Van Robinson Fine Press Book Collection” with a library exhibit and a presentation by the donor, Mr. Van Robinson.

January 2017

Wee Explore poster

Wee Explore

Wednesday, January 11, 4:00 – 4:45 p.m.
Museum of the Big Bend, Museum Education Room

Wee Explore is a free program offering creative activities for children 5 years old and younger. Caregivers must attend!

Little Sprout Song Swap poster

Little Sprout Song Swap: Family Sing Along

Saturday, January 14, 10:00 – 10:45 a.m.
Museum of the Big Bend, Museum Education Room

Little Sprout Song Swap is a free program for children 5 years old and younger. Caregivers must attend!

February 2017

Stained Glass Workshop

Keri Blackman, stained glass artist and the owner of Kiowa Gallery in Alpine, will work with participants to create a Valentine’s day stained glass heart.

Dates to be announced.

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April 2017

31st Trappings of Texas

An Exhibit & Sale Of
Traditional Western Art & Custom Cowboy Gear

Opening Weekend Events: April 20 – 22, 2017

Save the Date!

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Fused Glass Workshop

With Vickie Bunting
April 2017

Vickie Bunting is a Lubbock-based glass artisan. She creates richly colored blown and fused glass bowls, plates and vases.

Dates to be announced.

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June 2017

Capturing Impressions Quickly

Oil Painting Workshop with V….Vaughan
June 1-4, 2017

Times to be announced.

An impressionist oil painter, V…. paints on location all across America. “My favorite subjects are wild places and around the countryside near America’s small farms.” V’s work focuses on special projects that are heartfelt and comprehensive; treating her subjects to documentary style study.

July 2017

Watercolor: Bold and Free

Two-day Workshop with Sonya Haynie
July 2017

Dates to be announced.

Sonya Haynie is an accomplished artist and educator in Odessa, Texas. Sonya specializes in custom works of jewelry in silver and gold, as well as paintings in watercolor and acrylic. As an educator, she has motivated and trained artists and educators at ECISD, Odessa College, Sul Ross State University, and the University of Texas at the Permian Basin.