The 'Polo and Western Art Sale' will be the kick-off to the annual Polo at McFaddin event on March 21, gates open at 12:30 p.m. This event will showcase five of the country's top Western artists who have generously agreed to donate 30 percent of their sales to the Nave Museum.
It's not something you think about. What happens to ships after their final voyages? Now the Nave Museum has a fascinating exhibit on this very subject.
In 2009, Jeff Jennings photographed the ship breaking industry in Bangladesh, one of the few places in the world where ships go on their final voyage.
The Nave Museum's "Dia de los Muertos" exhibit will be from Oct. 2 to Nov. 1. The exhibit will feature crafted Day of the Dead altars as well as the works of local Manhattan Art Program students.
Don't miss an exciting exhibit of new photography, also featuring Art Car models created by Victoria ISD students, in conjunction with the Manhattan Art Program.
The works in this exhibition are a selection of photos from previous Art Car parades in Victoria, TX...
If you've recently moved to the Crossroads area, The Victoria Chamber of Commerce invites you to their upcoming Newcomers' Social events. The first one takes place on Thursday, May 8th from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the Texas Zoo (110 Memorial Drive, inside Riverside Park.
It's time to unveil a new exhibit at the Nave Museum in downtown Victoria, and you're invited to see it for yourself! Starting today, March 6, 2014, the Nave Museum will be exhibiting Ride: New Works by Amber Eagle. Amber Eagle is an internationally exhibited artist who works in many different media and is well known for her exquisitely crafted award-winning art cars.
From January 31st through March 10th, The Nave Museum presents "Illuminations in Textile and Clay; Craft as Art".
Featuring both traditional and mixed media textile works alongside unique ceramics, this exhibit showcases how everyday household objects can rise to the level of fine art when they are created by true artisans...
Art On The Hoof is still going on at the Nave Museum through October 14th.
"The Cattle Baron's Daughter," gave a glimpse of the powerful connection between art and what Henry Clay Koontz referred to as "the bovine aristocracy" of Texas. This sets the stage for "Art On The Hoof...
As you heard this morning on KIXS 108, Cowboy Randy wants you to become a member of the Nave Museum! To promote “Art on the Hoof!” and help “Round Up” new Nave Members, The Nave is bringing Cowboy Randy to town to host a Membership Round Up!