Pearland Arts League Announces Winners of the
6th Annual Juried Exhibition
Photographer Tim Herschbach was named Best of Show Winner.
Herschbach's "Pine Cathedral"
The second Annual “Fusion of the Arts 2016” took place at Reflection Bay Event Center on September 10th with a record crowd enjoying the full afternoon’s program filled with music, theater, dance and the visual arts. Allegro Academy of Music performed classical music twice throughout the afternoon followed by theatrical performances by Kids Backporch Productions, performing Broadway renditions and Pearl Theater’s production of “Find the Pearl”. Global Organization for Divinity ended the live performance with an Indian classical ballet, “The Fragrance of Devotion.” Pearland Arts League’s 6th Annual Juried Exhibition rounded out the truly artistic afternoon with, Juror, Patrick Palmer, Professor of Art at Glassell Academy of Art Museum of Fine Arts Houston, announcing winners in the three division juried art exhibition, 3D, photography and painting.
Pearland Arts League and Pearland Arts Alliance for Arts and Culture cosponsored this annual event which is supported by a City of Pearland Cultural Arts Grant Program from the City of Pearland Convention & Visitors Bureau.
The Pearland Convention and Visitors Bureau presented a $1000 check to Pearland Arts League for their efforts in facilitating the PCVB in sponsoring the 2015 Arts and Crafts Pavilion 2015 exhibition. Featured L-R is Juan Ibanez, Margo Green, Kim Sinistore, Naomi Stevens, Sandra Derrick and Pheihong Endris.
The City of Pearland City Council, under the request of the Pearland Convention and Visitors Bureau, awarded the Pearland Arts League a $2,500 grant to be used in promoting the arts in Pearland. The Pearland Arts League uses the monies to promote gallery exhibitions for adults and youth throughout the Pearland area. Kim Sinistore, Director of the Pearland Convention and Visitors Bureau, was instrumental in awarding the grants this year from the Cultural Arts Fund provided by the City of Pearland.
The Pearland Arts League wishes to thank the Pearland City Council and Kim Sinistore and Staff of the Pearland Convention and Visitors Bureau for their efforts in providing the cultural arts grants.
Naomi Stevens, Chairman Pearland Arts League; Kim Sinistore, Director of Pearland Convention and Visitors Bureau; and Margo I. Green, Exhibitions Chairman of Pearland Arts League.
On December 14, 2014 the Pearland Convention and Visitors Bureau presented the Pearland Arts League with a $1,000 donation from event proceeds of the inaugural Pearland Art and Crafts on the Pavilion.
Picutred L-R: Margo Green; Naomi Stevens; Gary Stevens, Manager of the Courtyard Marriott; Manny Patel, Manager of Comfort Suites; and Kim Sinistore, Director of the Pearland Convention and Visitors Bureau.
The Pearland Arts League wishes to thank the PCVB for their generous donation and their continued support of the arts in Pearland!
Pearland Art and Crafts on the Pavilion October 3-4, 2015
Pearland Arts League members at the opening exhibition at Pearland Convention and Visitors Bureau March 30, 2014.
Founding PAL President Chris Berno, Board Member John Gilmore, PAL President Naomi Stevens and Pearland City Manager Bill Eisen enjoy the kickoff reception for the 3rd Annual Red Cat Jazz Festival October 5-7 at Pearland Town Center. Thanks to the City of Pearland for supporting the Arts!
Pearland Arts League President, Naomi Stevens and Mayor Tom Reid are leading the way for artists in Pearland. PAL invites artists from all mediums, ages and cultures to participate in monthly shows at Pearland's Parks and Recreation Center. Artists, gallery owners, theatre groups, art educators, actors, supporters, volunteers and the art minded are encouraged to join this organization and attend monthly meetings that promote the arts in Pearland.
PAL Monthly Meetings
Second Thursday 6 PM
1850 Pearland Parkway
Pearland, TX 77581
This web page and projects are supported by a City of Pearland Cultural Arts Grant program from the City of Pearland Convention & Visitors Bureau.
The Pearland Arts League (PAL) began as a ‘brain-storming’ session in October 2003, initiated by Pearland Mayor Tom Reid among a diverse group of Pearland-area residents, brought together by a shared interested in promoting fine arts within the community.
The group’s purpose centers on incorporating the artistic talents of local residents under one community umbrella. Governed by an elected board, the PAL structure is a self-governing, community-directed non-profit entity with membership open to everyone in the Pearland area. Watch for PAL-sanctioned events showcasing talent around the city.
It is the PAL board’s sincere wish that every interested member of the community will have the opportunity to participate in the Pearland Arts League.