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‘Scrapdaddy’ exhibit still on display at BAM, workshops for April announced
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On Thursday, March 14, the Beeville Art Museum hosted story time for the younger audience. Children gathered on a blanket in the middle of the museum floor while Kathy Mireles, senior museum assistant, read “ The Tin Forest” and Crystal Farris, education director, read  “Where the Wild Ones Are.” After the story time, children and parents enjoyed cookies and lemonade.
On Thursday, March 14, the Beeville Art Museum hosted story time for the younger audience. Children gathered on a blanket in the middle of the museum floor while Kathy Mireles, senior museum assistant, read “ The Tin Forest” and Crystal Farris, education director, read “Where the Wild Ones Are.” After the story time, children and parents enjoyed cookies and lemonade.
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On March 13, the Beeville Art Museum hosted a free metal-in-motion art activity. Above, participants, led by Crystal Farris (at left), BAM’s education director, show off their kinetic sculptures created with metal hardware and wire.
On March 13, the Beeville Art Museum hosted a free metal-in-motion art activity. Above, participants, led by Crystal Farris (at left), BAM’s education director, show off their kinetic sculptures created with metal hardware and wire.
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Exhibit on display

“Metal In Motion: A Collection of Works by Mark ‘Scrapdaddy’ Bradford” features metal works by award-winning art car creator and artist Mark “Scrapdaddy” Bradford.

A crowd pleaser at Houston’s Art Car Parade, Bradford’s creations of moveable monsters and mutant dinosaurs can be found inside and outside of the Beeville Art Museum. The artist’s works will be on view through May 3. Admission is free.

Watercolor workshop

Registration is now being held for the Twelfth Annual Adult Watercolor Workshop (to be held Saturday, April 20, from 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.).

The theme for the workshop is “All About Color” and will be led by renowned artist and Glassell School of Art instructor Arthur Turner. Call to sign up or for more information.

The Beeville Art Museum, 401 E. Fannin St., is open to the public free of charge 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, and 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday.  To contact the museum, call 361-358-8615 or visit the website at www.BamTexas.org.
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