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SpaceX has become a vital part of the industrial and social fabric of central Texas. This new exhibit features a rocket model and thruster engine, projection video, vibrant scale representation of our solar system, and some history of the rocket development and test facility in the local community of McGregor, TX. Because, as we like…Find out more »
Èdouard Léon Cortès was a French, post-impressionist painting in the early 20th century. His art will be exhibited May 17th through August 11. Free admission.Find out more »
Alexis Serio received her MFA in painting from The University of Pennsylvania in 2000, and her BFA in painting from Syracuse University in 1998. Alexis combines abstraction with a sense of illusion to create an experience of remembrance. Her colors are chosen to suggest the natural elusiveness of ever changing light and constant optical movement. Layers…Find out more »
Working in acrylics and using mixed media techniques, Haynes creates abstracted landscapes that reflect the vastness and openness of the prairie. Sandra Sadler creates abstract art and landscapes. Exhibit runs from May 7, 2019 through June 8, 2019.Find out more »
Prepare for lift off and discover what space travel is all about at the Be the Astronaut exhibit at Baylor University's Mayborn Museum! Experience the wonders of space and plan a space mission, learn about technology and math skills required to be an astronaut in this exciting exhibit! The exhibit will feature: Navigation Interactive Stations…Find out more »
Come indulge in enjoyable recollections and impressions of past and present experiences. “Reminisce on This” showcases the artwork of John Storm. Collecting inspiration from past experiences and a wide range of sources including street art, outsider art, and the Japanese aesthetic of Wabi-Sabi, Storm’s drawings and paintings seek to find playfulness in the moments of…Find out more »
Experience weather extremes in space as never before. Fly through the dense atmosphere on Venus, methane storms on Titan and centuries old anti-cyclones on Jupiter. We'll explore the Solar System alongside our specially designed imaginary spacecraft so sophisticated that it can take us into the fiercest of planetary cauldrons -bringing us up close with the…Find out more »
Our newest exhibition, Coming of Age, provides a brief look into the history of debutantes. This exhibit explores traditional English standards while examining the transition into American practices with highlights of local Waco traditions. Highlights of the exhibition include: music that will transport you to a debutante ball during the Edwardian Age, Edwardian fashions from the…Find out more »
We believe in helping others and supporting locals, that is why we are hosting "Drink Local. Drink Waco." on the first Saturday of every month! Come out between the hours of 3-8 pm to support a wonderful non-profit keeping our city beautiful! A portion of our sales between those hours will be donated to Keep…Find out more »
Come see the Drew Fish Band at Smiley's Country Club on Saturday, June 1st and hear their numerous radio hits, including "Sounds Like A Plan", "Livin' For The Weekend", “Flood”, and "Better Place"!Find out more »
We're Baaaaaaack! Help Waco Warp kick off Pride Month with a double-feature night! The FIRST Performance pre-show starts at 7 p.m. with the show immediately following! The SECOND Performance pre-show starts at 10:30 p.m. with the show immediately following! Also, it's a family affair so check out performances by cast members from Los Bastardos (Ft.…Find out more »
See your favorite Smackdown Superstars when WWE returns to Waco for the ONLY time this year! Huge main event will be Charlotte Flair vs. Becky Lynch. Also see AJ Styles, Samoa Joe, The New Day, Shinsuke Nakamura, The Bar, The Usos... and many more! (Card is subject to change.) Doors open at 6 pm day…Find out more »
Analog is an experiment in confessional storytelling. We’re especially looking forward to this event, as we return to the courtyard at Pinewood Public House. Taking a new angle on the theme of Lost In Waco, we have some big news for the Lost In Waco project. We all have our typical paths that we take…Find out more »
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