Renowned National Geographic Photographer George Steinmetz to Speak at Richland College

Dallas, TX, January 26, 2015—Richland College is proud to present renowned National Geographic Photographer George Steinmetz at 7 p.m., Thursday, March 19th in the Fannin Perfrmance Hall at Richland College. Richland continues its commitment to excellence in photography by bringing world-class photographers to campus to interact with students concluding with a free public lecture, poster Continue Reading…

Unrestored: Roots Flying South a photography exhibition by Anna Lee Wagoner

Brazos Gallery presents the photography of Anna Lee Wagoner in her first exhibition Unrestored: Roots Flying South. Please Join Us for the opening reception Wednesday Feb 11th from 12-1pm in the Brazos Gallery for an artist talk with Anna Lee. There will be an additional reception Wednesday Feb 11th from 6-8pm for the public. Unrestored: Roots Continue Reading…

Transformation: Paintings by Jennifer Morgan: EXTENDED to Jan 9th

Brazos Gallery presents its final exhibition for 2014, TRANSFORMATION: paintings by Jennifer Morgan. Jennifer is a local artist whose work has been featured in numerous exhibitions both locally and nationally. Her whimsical imagery, mixed with geometric shapes and all kinds of forest creatures, evoke a sense of surrealism. The exhibition will be on display through Continue Reading…

Master Works

Brazos Gallery would like to invite you to the opening of Master Works: The Annual Art Faculty Exhibition, featuring work by Richland College Full-time and Adjunct Art Faculty. You are welcome to bring your students, or if you would like to schedule a time with John Spriggins the gallery director please contact him using the Continue Reading…

Dandy Fresh featuring Marcello Pope

Local contemporary artist, Marcello Pope aka Rosie Lee captures the stylish flair of the Congo Sapeurs subculture in his first solo art exhibition, entitled Dandy Fresh. These “Dandies,” with their silk handkerchiefs and bright, tailored suits use flamboyant duds as a form of fashionable resistance against the socioeconomic realities of their community. Rosie Lee has Continue Reading…