First Friday Waco: "In Full Bloom" with David A. Doss

Join us for another First Friday Waco just in time for Spring with family and friends. Featuring an exclusive launch and meet+greet of artisan David Doss’ newest collection “In Full Bloom” of abstract florals to our Spring Awakening Collective. Plus, meet+greet with other artisans, see our Violette Waco macaron pop-up from 4-7 pm and The…

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Intersecture! Art Exhibit

Intersecture is a collaborative exhibition from artists Morgan Eyring and Karina Thome that examines the intersection between Architecture and Contemporary Art. By fading the boundaries between structural shelter, structural sculpture, and sculptural paintings, the immersive installation aims to broaden the understanding of how the aspects of design behind art and architecture affect our experiences and…

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Carnival Glass Exhibit

Preview Historic Waco Foundation’s collection of carnival glass from American glasshouses of the 20th century and learn about the rise and fall of this household staple. Carnival glass is known for its vibrant colors, intricate patterns, and an iridescent glow. The exhibit opens to the public on February 22nd and continues to July 5th. It…

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Art on Elm

Art on Elm is an annual, free pop-up art exhibit on historic Elm Avenue featuring local artists, musicians, craft & food vendors, and children’s activities.  Anticipate an abundance of art, handcrafted goods, great music and a smorgasbord of food. Come to admire the art and stay to enjoy the rest! Music line up to be…

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Retrospect: HeART of the Homeless Art Exhibit

Join The Art Center of Waco and The Salvation Army for casual, outdoor viewing of selected works and light refreshments. The Art Center of Waco’s Art Expedition mobile gallery trailer will house part of the exhibit and the rest will be in The Salvation Army of Waco’s courtyard area for viewing. Throughout 2019, the Art…

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“We Have Come This Far: An Inspirational Evening”

McLennan Community College is hosting its first Black History Month Concert titled: “We Have Come This Far: An Inspirational Evening”. The programs will be slightly different each evening. Both programs will move chronologically through Black history and will include spirituals, opera, choral, jazz, gospel, R & B, rock, and hip hop. There will be something…

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Founding to Future: Bright Lights of Baylor University

Older than the state of Texas, Baylor provides a vibrant campus community for more than 16,000 students by blending interdisciplinary research with an international reputation for educational excellence and a faculty commitment to teaching and scholarship. Experience the essence of Baylor’s origins, traditions, and mission through an interactive timeline, collegial photo-ops, and iconic university artifacts.…

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