HCCC Staff

CraftTexas 2012—Staff Favorites!

Posted November 5, 2012 in Blog

Elizabeth DeLyria’s “Driftwood Cairn.” Photo by Elizabeth DeLyria.

CraftTexas 2012 has been up for a month, giving the staff plenty of time to stroll through the gallery space and check out the show a few times. The time has come to share with you what the staff’s favorites are.

But before we do, just in case you aren’t familiar, CraftTexas 2012 is the seventh in a series of biennial juried shows showcasing the best in Texas-made contemporary craft. All craft media are represented–wood, fiber, glass, metal, ceramics, mixed media–and the exhibition presents functional pieces as well as work that is strictly sculptural. There is something in this show for everyone. So, let’s see what each staff member picked as her piece of choice. Continue Reading »

Staff Favorites from “Crafting Live(s): 10 Years of Artists in Residence.”

Posted September 1, 2011 in Blog

With the closing of Crafting Live(s): 10 Years of Artists-in-Residence rapidly approaching, we asked the staff of HCCC to share what their favorite pieces are and why. The exhibition contains works by 36 artists who have participated in the Artist-in-Residence Program here at HCCC during the past 10 years. If you’ve seen the show, please share your favorites in the comments below! If you haven’t, then hurry in, the show closes this Saturday, September 3! Continue Reading »

HCCC at the GHCVB!

Posted July 28, 2011 in Blog

The Greater Houston Convention and Visitors Bureau (GHCVB) is where visitors and Houstonians alike can find information about things to do in the Bayou City. Inside their downtown building are cases or kiosks for different organizations in town to stage a display and provide information about what they do. Continue Reading »

HCCC Says Goodbye and Good Luck to Randall!

Posted June 26, 2011 in Blog

Last week, we said good bye to Facilities and Operations Manager, Randall Dorn. Randall has been a force to be reckoned with at HCCC for the last seven years, doing everything from exhibit installation to website management, accounting and loads of heavy lifting. Continue Reading »