It's that time of year again, summer camp is almost upon us. Enroll your children in a cool, earth-friendly summer arts camp: Flor y Canto: Verde! Our special camp focuses your child's natural creativity into exercises which look at the Earth in conscious and sustainable ways. The plant, animal and mineral kingdoms will be at the center of the curriculum and the children's fascinating perspectives will no doubt surprise and impress us and in turn, they will teach us about ways we can help heal our planet. Scroll down to find out more details!
In the Gallery:
Currently on view is the work of Venezuelan-born artist José Rodríguez,
featuring a rare exhibition of Encaustic Paintings on view until June 3rd.
Gallery hours are 9am - 8pm
June 3 Pocos pero locos Six comedians, one night!
June 9-11 Rosa de dos aromas A play, in spanish, by Emilio Carballido.
Interim Director's note:
Thank you for your continued support during this challenging time for TBH.
We are dedicated to bringing you excellent national-level
art exhibits, performances and special events.
Please consider enrolling your child in our four week
Summer Camp which runs from June 13 to July 9th.
There are many new things coming your way from TBH Center and the mailing list is a great way to stay on the pulse. I invite you to come and see for yourself why TBH is a vital institution in Houston. Hope to see you soon!
Sincerely, Angeles Romero
| Registration deadline . . . June 6th!|
June 13 - July 9
Flor y Canto Summer Arts Camp
focused on the environment!
Individual Week: $110
4 Week pkg (1 child): $360
4 Week pkg (2 children): $340 per child*
4 Week pkg (3+ children): $320 per child*
Registration fee: $15
*Pay only one Registration Fee for 2 or more children.
Late Pick Up 5:30 pm
In the Gallery:
20 paintings to enjoy by Venezuelan born artist, José Rodríguez
| June 3rd, One-night only! |
Tickets $20 General Seating In partnership with the East End Barrio Association
9 - 11 de Junio
Rosa de dos aromas, de Emilio Carballido
$18 Entrada general
Esta tragicomedia muestra la mujer en todos sus matices. El conflicto nace cuando un hombre decide compartir su amor con dos mujeres a la vez ('Gabriela,' Adelina Venegas y 'Marlene,' Epig Dominguez). Ellas, por casualidad se encuentran y vemos cómo luchan y se odian hasta destruirse por el amor de ese hombre.