Meet the 2010 HCCC Volunteer of the Year: Jack Zilker.

Posted November 26, 2010 in Blog

Jack Zilker is a local photographer who has been working and photographing the work of Houston artists for over 60 years. He has volunteered for over nine years to photograph our exhibition galleries, our building, objects for sale in Asher Gallery, and various other projects. His photographs provide an extremely valuable record of our exhibition history, illustrate our gallery spaces to new artists, and are used for promotional purposes. Continue Reading »

A Volunteer’s Perspective

Posted November 18, 2010 in Blog

If you visit HCCC during an opening event, it is likely that one of our dedicated volunteers is serving your drink. HCCC volunteer, Barry Harnamji, takes time out of his daily schedule to volunteer at our special events and openings and has been doing so since early 2009. Continue Reading »

HCCC volunteer, Barry Harnamji, waits for the party to begin.

Posted September 16, 2010 in Blog

Becoming a volunteer at HCCC arose from a very personal endeavor. As a result, my exposure to the artwork at HCCC completely changed my perception of craft. Directly discussing artwork with some of the artists-in-residence gave me an even greater insight into the complexity of effort that goes into much of the art they produce and the high quality of work HCCC demands. Continue Reading »