Tag Archive: Tyler Museum of Art

Oct 30 2013

Media Tips for the week of October 28

John Tyler High School Café con Leche – Parent Meeting In Spanish Monday, October 28 6:00 p.m. Library Information will be presented to families which include scholarships and grants, college admissions for post-secondary studies, as well as information on the branches of services. Woods Elementary School Pumpkin Chunk Thursday, October 31 11:30 – 12:15 – …

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Jun 07 2011

The Art of Giving

Best in Show artists:  Jose Basilio, Avery Allison, Ana Ruiz and Elizabeth Ortiz. Standing: Mayor Barbara Bass; Todd Cruthird, event creator; Larry Goddard, Tyler ISD Foundation; Dr. Kimberly Russell, Tyler Junior College

Students ranging from kindergarten to graduating high school seniors provided their artwork depicting the theme, “The Art of Giving” for the Tyler ISD Foundation, Thursday, May 26th at the Tyler Museum of Art. This event, part of a calendar year of events celebrating the 20th year of service and support from the education foundation, showcased …

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May 31 2011

Rose City touts art

Forty students received trophies and were displayed at Tyler Bank and Trust, West Grande; Suddenlink Corporate Offices, ESE Loop 323; and the Tyler Museum of Art. Front row: Best in Show Recipients: Jose Basilio, Avery Allison, Ana Ruiz and Elizabeth Ortiz. Back row: Barbara Bass, Mayor of Tyler; Todd Cruthird, Suddenlink VP and creator of the event; Larry Goddard, Executive Director, Tyler ISD Foundation; and Dr. Kimberly Russell, Tyler Junior College Vice President Advancement.

The Art of Giving Gala at the Tyler Museum of Art, Thursday, May 26th, resulted in 40 artworks being presented and auctioned.  Students from kindergarten to seniors in high school were selected with four student artworks selected as Best In Show.  The anticipated results from the event total $40,000; students selected from among 22 area …

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