Join us July 13th for a lecture on the history of artist co-ops in Houston in the 1930’s. The city had a white group of artists who met and worked cohesively in their own space. African American artists formed one of their own. Randy Tibbitts presents this fascinating history of the two separate but parallel groups that shaped Houston art into what it is today.
Randy Tibbits is a retired Rice University librarian and one of the most avid collectors of early Houston art in the city. He will present at the McFaddin-Ward House Visitor Center located at 1906 Calder in Beaumont. Doors open at 6:00. The lecture begins at 6:30.