A museum show for three shutterbugs, a prize for a canny sculptor, and calling all Young Masters
• Congratulations to local photographers Anna Krachey, Jessica Mallios, and Adam Schreiber on receiving their own exhibition at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston. With "Perspectives 168: Anna Krachey, Jessica Mallios, and Adam Schreiber," this trio of young artists, who are friends as well as colleagues, has hit a sort of trifecta: their first museum exhibition, the first in-depth survey of their work, and, in the exhibit catalog, their first scholarly publication. The exhibition opens Friday, Nov. 6, and runs through Feb. 7 at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, 5216 Montrose Blvd. in Houston. For more information, call 713/284-8250 or visit www.camh.org.
• Know a gifted young artist in the Lone Star State? Get him or her to apply to the Texas Commission on the Arts' Young Masters Grant Program. Applications for 2010 are currently available. Select young artists can receive the title of Young Master and grants of up to $2,500 per year to further their studies in their creative disciplines of choice. They must be enrolled in grades eight through 12 in Texas schools or home-schooled at a comparable grade level and must be taking part in a school-based arts program, summer institute, specialized course of study, or receiving private lessons from a qualified instructor. Applications must be postmarked by Nov. 15. For applications and instructions, visit www.arts.state.tx.us.
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