“Once Upon a Time: Telling Stories Through Clay”

Clay crafts at North Channel

The current Houston Museum of Fine Arts dispay, "Once Upon a Time: Telling Stories Through Clay," inspired a group North Channel kids as they created their own clay masterpieces at the September afterschool craft program on September 15th.  Kids made clay vases, pots, baskets, and even hot dogs!  Lots of fun was had by all!  Join us for our next afterschool craft program on October 6th as we celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with a Taste of the Americas and a Huichol Indian Yarn Craft.  See you then!

special kids craft : telling stories through clay

Kids, join us for a special After School Craft Wednesday, September 15th at 4:30 pm! You will get to play with clay to make your own creation--and tell your own story while having a gooey good time! Then you can look at the new exhibit inside the North Channel Library, provided by the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, to see more fun stories told in clay! Please call us for more information: 281-457-1631

The museum of fine arts comes to north channel

The North Channel Library is enjoying a treat for the next couple of months.  Until November 8th, 2010, The North Channel Library  is hosting a travelling exhibit courtesy of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston entitled "Once Upon a Time: Telling Stories Through Clay."  The exhbition features 9 objects from the Garth Clark and Mark Del Vecchio Collection of contemporary ceramics.   You can learn more about this exhibit from the MFAH website.  Also, be sure to voice your opinion of the exhibit by emailing the MFAH at onceuponatime@mfah.org, and the museum will email you a complimentary pass!

Art Currently on Display

Student art work from Fall Creek and Eagle Springs elementary schools is currently on display in the Children's Department. 

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