COVID-19 ART CELLAR HOUSTON PROTOCOLS May 19, 2020 07:47
A Message from the Art Cellar of Houston Team March 18, 2020 14:38The Art Cellar of Houston changes through the Corona Virus Pandemic.While the Art Cellar of Houston has focused on hosting art parties for groups of 10 or more the last five years, with social distancing in force we no longer have that option. Going forward, we will focus on art parties of less than 10 individuals, with each individual at their own table work space at our studio. We will also offer private painting lessons for those interested. Simply call 832.596.7983 for details. We are also working to create weekly online classes for those looking for an in-depth lesson as one would find in our studios.
2020 Summer Camp Registration Open! March 18, 2020 13:10
We are thrilled to inform you we have opened registration for our 2020 Mindful Movement Summer Camp at the Art Cellar of Houston. Early Bird pricing is already posted on each month.
We have extended Early Bird pricing to expire May 1st.
Our summer camp is geared for children ages 5 and up. This summer our curriculum will include the following teachers:
Ms. Sarah from Art Cellar Houston will teach the art sessions, art history, hatha yoga and meditation each week.
Ms. Kaleigh Anne from Kaleigh Anne Art will teach the children ceramic making and art drawn or painted on their pieces.
Ms. Sarah from Perkins Music will be teaching the children the basics of music; including how to read notes, write notes, and create their own beats with musical instruments.
Ms. Gabriella from Bird + Twine will guide the children in cookie decorating and animal fondant making. Please be aware the cookies are made from flour and sugar. If your child has any allergies to these items please this to our attention at registration.
Ms. Neelam from Roots in Harmony will teach the children about different herbs and ayurvedic blending for various ailments. The children will learn the smells , and how to make their own herbal tea blends.
Ms. Victoria from TWRC Wildlife Center returns with their wildlife and information for wildlife rehabilitation at their facility.
Ms. Jessica from Guerra Girl will teach the basics of print making and design work.
This year, we have added After Care for those parents needing to pick up their child at 530p.
Art Is An Outdoor Market at The Hub October 24, 2019 20:59
Check out this super fun experience of how our markets run indoors in the Greenway Plaza. Click the logo to see the video:
We return to The Hub on November 7th and December 5th from 10a to 3p. Please map "3 Greenway Plaza" to get to where we are located (we are underground). This video was made by the amazing Lee Beckmann Photography. Please check out his website for more on all the photography services he offers >>
Art Is An Outdoor Market at CWP October 24, 2019 20:50
Art Is An Outdoor Market is so very humbled and honored to see this amazing video of our time yesterday at CityWestPlace. Click the logo to see the video.
Thank you Parkway Houston for sharing this video with us, and a huge thank you to photographer extraordinaire Lee Beckham. Click his name to learn more about all this super talented photographer offers.
Art Is An Outdoor Market at Parkway's Properties September 2, 2019 10:05
Beginning: October 3rd, 2019 to December 12th, 2019 the Art Cellar of Houston and Guerra Studios will be hosting our weekly market at Parkway's Properties. The market hours are 10a to 3p. Interested Vendors, please click >>> Parkway's Properties
FALL SCHEDULE AND LOCATIONS
Oktoberfest Art Market coming soon! August 9, 2019 15:45
SAVE THE DATE
Join us for our third Oktoberfest Art Market on Saturday, September 28th. This super fun art market in the Energy Corridor District is sure to be a lot of fun. Get your Holiday shopping done early this year Oktoberfest. Listen to fabulous tune, have a drink or two, and enjoy more than 50 artists, farmers, and artisans from Houston and surrounding areas. See you there!!!
Sip N Stroll Art Market THIS FRIDAY (May 17th) May 14, 2019 11:14
If you have not heard the buzz....come to CityPlace (1250 Lake Plaza Drive, Spring, Texas) this Friday from 6-10p for an evening Sip N Stroll Art Market presented by Art Cellar Houston, Guerra Studios, and host property CityPlace.
The venue is located off of 45N and Springwoods Village Parkway.
Art Is An Outdoor Market on Saturday, March 23rd March 12, 2019 16:42
Check out the latest details for ART IS AN Outdoor Market (Energy Corridor). Click the logo below to see:
When >> Saturday, March 23rd from 11a to 6p
Where >> Plazas at the Parkway (1127 Eldridge Parkway)
New Art Is An Outdoor Market locations! February 18, 2019 18:00
We are super excited to share our expansion of ART IS AN Outdoor Market throughout Houston. Click the links below to learn more about each location. More to come soon!
Energy Corridor (bi-annual market)
Parkway's Properties (Weekly Market in Spring & Fall)
Yoga & Painting Classes @artcellarhouston November 1, 2018 10:01
Check out our Monthly Calendar for a listing of our public classes, including Slow Flow Yoga or Yoga and Painting classes. Classes can be taken individually or with a painting class. Your choice at checkout which option you choose.
Click here for our November public class calendar >>> https://artcellarhouston.com/pages/calendar-for-wine-and-painting-class-in-houston-november
The Gift of Giving September 19, 2018 11:51
Last August we experienced Hurricane Harvey and an onset of financial struggles followed. To prepare for the holiday season, we decided to begin shopping for family in September, at our ART IS AN Outdoor Market. From September to December we continued to purchase from local artists and artisans.
Small businesses such as Brenda Grands Jewelry, State Line Designs, and Black Tea Cafe helped us to find unique gifts for our loved ones.
We quickly realized the feeling we had purchasing these very special hand made products was an overwhelming amount of happiness, and even felt by the gift receiver. For years we heard the phrase "the gift of giving", but never understood the concept until last December. How had we never known about this wonderful feeling of gift giving?
The answer is simple; we have become commercialized! Over the years shoppers are pulled away from small business purchases, and pushed towards the large retail centers to purchase what everyone else has. What is seen in commercials is what we look to fill in our lives. We are separated from the unique and personalized gift giving experience. This year, Let us change the way we give gifts. Rather than buying in bulk for your family, try to give a hand made gift from a small business or local art market. For an even more personalized gift try attending a local arts or crafts class to #makeityourown. The feeling is a very special amount of happiness when gifts are handmade. The experience will overwhelm you and the receiver, providing you both with a lifetime of happiness!
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