When: Wednesday nights from 6:30 – 8 pm from October 12 through November 16th **
Where: Houston’s First Baptist Church, room 404 (Google Map)
*Free childcare and activities for kids are available at the church during this time.
**Dinner is available for purchase in the MidLink cafe at the church from 4:45 to 6:15 pm in the Fellowship Center.
Join us in a six week study as we work through five questions faced by artists who are believers, outlined below:
- 10/12 What is Christian art? (led by John Robertson, IMAGO Director)
- 10/19 What are my artistic boundaries as a Christian? (led by Eric Reed, IMAGO founder)
- 10/26 Has God called me to be an artist? (led by Natalie Aguilar, Leadership team)
- 11/02 Is the quality of my art important to God? (led by John Robertson)
- 11/09 What do I do when I’m not inspired? (led by Allison Fox, IMAGO Assistant Director)
- 11/16 Creative time where participants engage in art making and build off of prior classes. IMAGO will provide art supplies. (led by Allison Fox)
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UPDATE: Each artist is permitted to submit up to three completed works for consideration.
The deadline is swiftly approaching! The deadline for submission of digital photos of the COMPLETED WORK and your artist’s statement is FEBRUARY 27th at 11:59pm. There will be no late entries this year, so please meet the deadline, or we won’t be able to consider your artwork for the show. Artists who are accepted into the show will be notified by email on March 1. Accepted artwork will need to be dropped off at the IMAGO meeting in room 408 on the evening of March 4th between 6:30 and 8 pm.
Here are some Artist Statement samples from last year’s show. Please use these as a guideline for submitting yours along with your completed piece. Please submit in word document and use Times New Roman 12 pt. type font.
In case you missed the announcement, the theme of this year’s show is Redemption. Per Merriam-Webster, redemption is the act of making something better or more acceptable; the act of exchanging something for money, an award, etc,; or in reference to theology, the act of being saved from sin or evil. Artwork submitted for the 2015 show should revolve around the artist’s interpretation of redemption.
For further inspiration in regards to redemption, listen to Eric Reed’s lesson on redemption from our November meeting here.
Submissions should be emailed to email@example.com. Feel free to join the Facebook group at this link for helpful hints and info about the show if you plan to submit. Anyone needing critique assistance can post in the Facebook group, and if there are any questions about submission, please direct them to the curator2015 email address above.
Musicians and artists were performing and displaying their work at the IMAGO Coffee House at HFBC on Nov. 4, 2010. IMAGO_Coffee House 2010 is a short slide-show of highlighted scenes from that evening. Debbie Forrest’s “Ante Up” song is played in the background. Enjoy and share a comment!
One of the performers, Debbie Forrest, has a music website.
(click on it!)
We now have the “IMAGO Houston” channel on You Tube, just click on the lower left sidebar You Tube icon.
Last night, at the beautiful home of Dr. John Robertson, IMAGO Houston held it’s monthly meeting, a collection of artists, musicians, graphic designers and photographers. The first artistically grainy video is S.P. of IMAGO playing the guitar. He is a graphic designer and musician who shared with the group a couple of songs he wrote as well as some art (see below). He is inspired by the Love of God and his passion and talent shows through. Click here to watch one of the 2 performances!
Being fans of logos like we are here at FYC, we wanted to do a post that served as a bit of a heads-up to the n00bs and a bit of an important reminder for those of us who have been in the game for a few. Knowing that it never hurts to reiterate the basics from time to time, we derived a look at logos that acts to identify some of the more crucial characteristics that take your logo design to the next level of greatness. Like the degrees of separation, we went with the number six when compiling our list of logo must haves, finding these six to play the most pivotal roles in the construction of a great logo. Click on the masthead below to learn more…
Join us for the October Imago Meeting, wherein we will discuss all things art and have great fellowship with other creative types! Anyone interested in art is welcome.
The Robertson Casa
Houston, TX US
Tuesday, October 12, 7:00pm to 9:00pm