Events

Events of Interest to HMAG Members

Holiday Gathering at Capsule Gallery

Holiday Gathering at Capsule Gallery

You are invited! Join HMAG, Glassell and HCC students at a special holiday celebration at Capsule Gallery.  Enjoy a chance to view their Pop-up exhibition, JEWLRY edition Vol. 3. Wednesday, December 21 6 – 8 pm Capsule Gallery  3909 Main St. Houston TX 77002 Jewelry Edition is a project co-founded by Kat Cole and Laura […]

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“Spirit and Matter” November 2 – 28, 2016

“Spirit and Matter” November 2 – 28, 2016

Spirit and Matter is open! The 2016 Houston Metal Arts Guild Spirit and Matter exhibition is open in the Main Art Gallery of the Jung Center. Jung Center:  5200 Montrose Boulevard, Houston TX 77006 Exhibition dates:  November 2-28, 2016 Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony: Saturday, November 5, 2016, 5 pm – 7 pm Spirit and Matter 2016 is a spectacular exhibit […]

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September Program – Finding Success in your Arts Business

September Program – Finding Success in your Arts Business

Finding Success in Your Arts Business with Sarma Taylor  Thursday, September 15th 6:30 pm social time, program starts at 7 pm Charisma Design Studios 226 Cavalcade, Houston TX 77009 Sometimes it may seem that engaging in the arts and a successful business are two worlds that will never cross paths. Sarma will discuss ways for […]

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HMAG Exhibition: “Spirit and Matter”

HMAG Exhibition: “Spirit and Matter”

Call for Entry is now closed Jan Arthur Harrell, Cupcake, from the Offerings/ Gifts for the Muse series   We are thrilled that 48 artists from across the state of Texas submitted 98 works of metal art to our Fall exhibition at the Jung Center.  The jury process will begin this week.  Notifications will go […]

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August Program – Tour of THIRST

August Program – Tour of THIRST

In case you missed the HMAG Field Trip to Capsule Gallery… Part two of the Thirst artist talks will happen August 31st 6-8 PM   Capsule Gallery will be hosting a conversation with Anna Walker, Windgate Foundation Curatorial Fellow for Contemporary Craft at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston (MFAH), and artists Terry Fromm, Sandie Zilker, Denise […]

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July  Program

July Program

Movie Night at HMAG Get a jump on your preparations for HMAG’s upcoming Jung Center exhibition  “Spirit and Matter.” Join your fellow HMAG members for an evening of camaraderie and learn a few new photography tricks as we view  How to Photograph Your Jewelry by Jim Lawson. Thursday July 28   Charisma Design Studios 226 Cavalcade 6:30 pm […]

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April Program:  Creating Contemporary Jewelry in the Bayou City

April Program: Creating Contemporary Jewelry in the Bayou City

Rene Lee Henry and Jounha Jung, both current metal Artists in Residence  (AIR) with the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft,  along with Terry Fromm and Gary Schott, recent AIRs, will present a program for HMAG on April 21, 2016.    The artists will give HMAG members a peek at their work and discuss the impact that the AIR […]

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Workshop: Sondra Sherman at Houston Center for Contemporary Craft

Workshop: Sondra Sherman at Houston Center for Contemporary Craft

HMAG has partnered with Houston Center for Contemporary Craft and the Glassell School of Art to have  Sondra Sherman lead a workshop entitled “Intent, Chance and Happenstance.”   Sherman, whose work is featured through May 8, 2016 in the Craft Center’s exhibit,  Found Subjects: Works by Sondra Sherman, creates unique brooches and necklaces prompted by the individual […]

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Special Event: The Museum Experience

Special Event: The Museum Experience

HMAG will once again participate in Houston Center for Contemporary Craft’s  “The Museum Experience-Zone 2,” on April 30, 2016;  10am-5pm.    This fun family event (formerly known as The Gathering of the Guilds) showcases local artist guilds with craft demos and hands-on activities provided by the participating guilds. There will be live entertainment and the Craft Center’s exhibitions will be […]

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January Program:  Andy Cooperman Presents “What’s the Worst That Could Happen?”

January Program: Andy Cooperman Presents “What’s the Worst That Could Happen?”

On the evening of January 23,  Seattle-based metalsmith, educator, and writer Andy Cooperman will present a lecture entitled “What’s the Worst That Can Happen?” in which he shares some of his experiences  and observations from his 35 year career as a successful metalsmith and teacher. Andy will be in Houston  January 23-27, 2016  to teach his trademark workshop  ” The […]

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