We're having a giant "all donations accepted" garage sale on Tuesday, November 27! From 10 am to 2:30 pm we will be at the Art Center's old building on the MCC campus and EVERYTHING MUST GO! Bring a few dollars, or many, and even if you don't have anything to give, you'll be doing us a favor by taking stuff off our hands.
We will also be selling memberships! Help us build a legacy and our new building, by donating your stuff, your money, or become involved through volunteering or membership.
If you are decluttering in preparation for Xmas or having people over for Thanksgiving, we will take your stuff! Bring it to 1300 College Drive and if we're not there, just leave it on the little red porch and we'll put it to good use for you.
Abstract expressionist painter Ty Clark went full time as an artist in 2014 and moved to Waco from Austin in 2017. Come hear about his journey from a budding artist with a day job to a nationally acclaimed, full-time artist.
Ty has traveled to 5 continents while spending time living, serving, creating, and learning in over 20 countries and cultures around the world. Ty was named one of ten contemporary artists in Austin to watch in 2017 by Culture List and considers himself an artist, writer, designer, activist, and filmmaker.
In addition to the influence of his uncle, sculptor & raku artist Conway “Jiggs” Pearson, Ty studied under American sculptor William Catling while attending Azusa Pacific University’s School of Fine Arts. Ty is a founding member of the Veritas Artist Collective, 5D Artists Group, and The ANWA Collective. He has spearheaded collaborations with other artists, organizations, and communities around the world, advancing support and dialogue around issues regarding arts, culture, community building, and poverty alleviation.
An exclusive brunch event for members to see the ‘before’ of the new building at 701 South 8th Street and learn about our plans, a preview of the Art Expedition mobile art gallery’s 2018-19 “Transitions” exhibition, and spend one-on-one time with new director Claire Sexton.
The Art Center of Waco's signature champagne luncheon benefit, which includes featured artists, a silent auction, and of course spectacular tablescapes!
Will take place on Thursday, March 22 from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm at the Baylor Club at McLane Stadium, 1001 South MLK Jr. Boulevard, Waco 76704.
No physical tickets will be given; reserve your tickets online and just give us your name at the door!
Join us at the Mayborn Museum to celebrate the exhibition of Erika Huddleston's Waco Creek paintings!
Art Center and Mayborn members get free entry, otherwise Mayborn admission is $8 for adults and $6 for children 2-12.
For more about the exhibition, click here.
Dallas-and-Austin based Erika Huddleston paints on the site of parks and creeks that are in the process of development but still a little wild. For her Art Center exhibition, Erika spent the summer in Waco making a series of oil paintings at locations along Waco Creek - from the mouth of the creek where it empties into the Brazos at Baylor University through Bell's Hill Park to New Road. Come see the results at the Mayborn Museum. The Mayborn is open 10 am-5 pm Friday-Wednesday and 10 am-8 pm on Thursdays. Art Center members get free admission to the museum, for others, adult admission is $8 and children 2-12 are $6. Click here to become a member!