Art Education

RiverArtsFest: More Than an Art Market

RiverArtsFest: More Than an Art Marketby Kathleen Stevens   While most attendees and artists think of the RiverArtsFest as an annual opportunity to buy and sell art, local arts education programs and art educators know the volunteer-run River Arts organization is also an avid ...

The Catch: Adjunct Struggles in Arts Education

The Catch: Adjunct Struggles in Arts Education    by Jessica Denzer, Laura Denzer and Jessi Hamilton   A catch-22 is a dilemma of choices that are mutually dependent and conflicting, allowing for no solution or escape from the problem. The title of Joseph Heller’s 1961 novel, ...

Number Interviews: David Onri Anderson

Number Interviews: David Onri AndersonBy Jesse Butcher David Onri Anderson was born in 1993 in Nashville, TN. He graduated from Watkins College of Art, Design & Film in the spring of 2016. Currently he is a co­curator in an artist-­run gallery called mild climate, and he teaches ...

Mural Spotting in North Texas

Mural Spotting in North TexasBy Nicole Foran   During our bi-annual family visit to the DFW area to show off our recent weight gains and my son’s increasing vocabulary of profane words, my mother in law insisted on giving us a tour of all the recent murals that ...

Student Artists Collaborate with Composer

Student Artists Collaborate with ComposerThe exhibition currently on view at the Germantown Performing Arts Center is a collaboration between composer/musician Anna Clyne and 26 Houston high school Advanced Placement and Art IV visual arts students. The works are based on Clyne’s ...