An Art Car Parade and exhibit will be at the Nave Museum and in downtown Victoria (306 W. Commercial) from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 18th. Admission is free!
The Art Car display will be on Commercial Street in front of the Nave along with a new exhibition, Fur Bitten, by Texas artist Carter Ernst on view inside the museum which will offer free admission for the day. In addition, students from local schools participating in the Manhattan Art Program (MAP) will have miniature sculptures on display. There will also be kids’ crafts areas hosted by MAP and Museum of the Coastal Bend, and food and beverage vendors. The Art Car Parade beginning at Main and W. Commercial at 11:30 a.m. and continuing up Main Street past DeLeon Plaza to Church Street, then down Bridge Street and back to the Nave at 306 W. Commercial at Moody. More than 50 art cars and low riders will be on exhibit displaying a variety of painting and sculptural techniques, including welding and metal craft, gluing and assemblage, and collage.