Puppies, food trucks and live music are taking over Fifth Street this weekend for a campus-wide Homecoming celebration.
Taylor Swift’s style is continually new, independent and, yet, completely predictable.
Yes, it’s true. A very big-ticket Rolling Stones book is being published just in time for the holidays. Taschen is publishing a $5,000 collectors’ edition and a selection of $10,000 art editions of “Rolling Stones,” which officially goes on sale in December.
A ginger-haired, scruffy and increasingly tattooed “misfit” from Britain, Ed Sheeran plays guitar, beatboxes and, occasionally, fiddles. He also writes and winsomely sings hip-hop-inflected folk confessionals that enthrall young’uns – and their parents, too.
Calling all London tourists: Peter Pan, Sherlock Holmes and Queen Victoria want to have a word with you.
In case the chalked circle emblems haven’t taken over everyone’s daily walk to class, the third annual Art on Elm Avenue is taking place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday.
With all the excitement and energy surrounding Floyd Casey Stadium’s final game, one near-campus store is helping Baylor look forward to the future.
Harts N Crafts gift shop, arts and craft supply store gives a peek at the process with its original painting of the building of Baylor Stadium.
Waco may not have a patron saint, but it has been visited by angels. This month through January, seven 8-foot original Tiffany stained glass angels are on display at the Lee Lockwood Library and Museum on Waco Drive, courtesy of the Historic Waco Foundation.
The seven angels are displayed on a stage, and each window is backlit.
Baylor studio art and graphic design majors convey their artistry and sum up years of hard work in one exhibition.
Bachelor of Fine Arts students who are graduating this semester will display their work Thursday through Tuesday at the Martin Museum of Art. There will be a dessert reception from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Thursday. The reception and subsequent viewings of students’ work are free and open to the public.
Pablo Picasso once said, “Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.”
Children paint beautiful pictures for someone special, even if they are only beautiful in their innocent eyes and the eyes of the receiver. As people grow up, many put away their paints, crayons and watercolors for other things like writing papers, reading and schoolwork.