- Saturday, March 21, 2018 at 10:30am and 11:00am
- Free and open to the public (ideal for ages 4 – 8 years)
Join artist Raul R. Gonzalez for kid-focused stories in our galleries. Children ages 4-8 accompanied by an adult will enjoy a creative story time in our galleries. Join us for one or two readings and stay for a special self-guided activity for kids. This event is free.
About Raul Gonzalez
Born and raised in inner-city Houston, multi-dimensional artist Raul R. Gonzalez explores topics such as work, fatherhood, labor, the working class, identity, challenging stereotypes, and abstraction through versatile methods of painting, drawing, performance, and dance. Raul’s work draws inspiration from personal and trans-cultural experiences. His work ranges from detailed drawings of construction scenes on concrete to colorful abstract installations made of cardboard and duct tape, or drawings and paintings of personal experiences. Now living in San Antonio with his wife and two daughters, Raul spends his days as a stay-at-home parent. He also operates and manages Werk House SA, a converted studio space which functions as an Airbnb short-term rental space and art gallery.
When Pigasso Met Mootisse by Nina Laden – theme: friendship
The Day the Crayons Quit by Drew Daywalt – themes: imagination, story-telling
The Day the Crayons Came Home by Drew Daywalt – themes: imagination, story-telling
Frank and Bean by Jamie Michalak – theme: funny
The Very Last Castle by Travis Jonker – theme: heroism
Nerdy Birdy by Aaron Reynolds – theme: fitting in
Rumple Buttercup: A Story of Bananas, Belonging, and Being Yourself by Matthew Gray Gubler – theme: individuality