Art Exhibitions at LICM

Community Gallery

Winter Wonderland
Through Sunday, February 1

View a mixed media exhibition created by students at the James E. Allen Elementary School showcasing artwork inspired by the winter season and the Disney movie "Frozen." Students learned about winter weather and the way it changes the look of the environment to start their creative exploration. Along with their imaginations, the students used a variety of paint and collage materials to produce ice castles, snowmen and snowy landscapes. The James E. Allen Elementary School serves students with severe mental and developmental disabilities between the ages of 5–12.

All ages. Free with museum admission.



KaleidoZone Gallery

Sesheta Weaves Rainbows: Hand Woven and Loomed Beaded Jewelry
Through Sunday, January 18

Inspired by Native American and African beadwork, artist Sesheta (Tanya) Holder creates handmade pieces incorporating symbols from ancient cultures. Using colors, crystals and beads, she looms and weaves a wearable piece of art that offers strength and encouragement. Come explore the symbols in her personal collection and discover which symbols hold meaning for you.

All ages. Free with museum admission.


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