The Empty Bowls Houston Steering Committee invites artists working in all media to help celebrate the organization’s 11th year by creating and donating handmade bowls for Empty Bowls Houston 2015, taking place May 16 at the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft.
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Opening at HCCC this fall, What Happened Today? is an exhibition that shows the relevance of print news and hand-crafted objects and their combined ability to communicate parallels among the voices of the individual, the greater Houston community, and the world-news stage. Here are several ways Houstonians can get involved in the project: Read More »
Please join us during the closing weekend of our current exhibitions, as we host two of our most popular artists for our spring trunk show. Both former resident artists, ceramic sculptor Jason Kishell and metalsmith Caitie Sellers express narrative themes in their work, with a fine handling of line, be it an anthropomorphized sculpture or a brooch constructed of silver and copper. These two artists make an intriguing pair, and we encourage you to see their work, side by side, and explore the different ways in which they see the world around them. Read More »
Empty Bowls is a grassroots effort by artists and craftspeople in cities and towns across the country to feed the hungry in their communities. Empty Bowls Houston is presented by Whole Food Market and implemented locally by Houston-area ceramists and artists working in various media, Houston Center for Contemporary Craft and Houston Food Bank. Read More »