WWN Rockport, Texas | Your Community Newsletter WWN Rockport, Texas | Your Community Newsletter

Rockport-Fulton Community News and Events

Featured Post

Rockport Center for the Arts | Art Gala & Festival Weekend

Currently Trending in the Network

Comments:
0 Help Wanted | Receptionist for Elegância Salon | Deadline: Open until Filled

Elegância Salon is looking for an energetic, multi-talented individual who is interested in growing with our team as a receptionist. Requirements: - Pleasant and professional communication skills both verbal and written - Computer literacy: Able to learn and fully understand in house software (Apple/ iOS platform) along with other basics such as MS Word, Excel, Powerpoint as well as social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc. Any additional skills are a plus. - Timeliness - Teamwork Pay: In line with experience level Hours: Full-time 8am- 4pm Tuesday - Friday, Saturday 9AM - 4PM. If interested, please stop by Elegância Salon at 1607 Jenkins in Rockport for an application.

Comments:
0 Rockport Center for the Arts Announces Search for Director of Development (via Glasstire)

Contact Information
Contact Luis Purón
Location: Rockport, Texas
Visit Website

Rockport Center for the Arts Announces Search for Director of Development


Rockport Center for the Arts, a vibrant and prestigious multi-disciplinary arts organization of 48 years with over 700 members, located near Aransas Bay in Rockport, Texas is seeking a creative, energetic, inspired, tactful, mature, well-rounded, personable, efficient and critical thinker who recognizes and relates to guests, visitors, members and patrons how our mission is beneficial to them and is able to invite them to participate monetarily to support the organization.

Comments:
0 Recipe | "Power Breakfast! - Oatmeal for People Who Hate Oatmeal" by Alicia


Ok, don't furl your brow yet. Oatmeal. Some people really detest it, while other folks really enjoy it and eat it on a daily basis. I was one who really didn't like it very much. As I started to really count calories though, I looked for items that made me feel full longer, but were healthful, and tasty.

I can't really eat artificial sweeteners in instant oatmeal, so I tried making some old fashioned oats on top of the stove, and I, well, kind of fell in love. I bet you think they take a long time to cook...nope, only 5 minutes. No, really. It's an easy 'go to' that can be changed up depending on your tastes, yes, but also to what's in season.

Comments:
0 4th of July Weekend Events Rockport, Texas + Fireworks & Boat Parade Info 2017

Wendell Family Fireworks show over Little Bay (across from Bay Education Center & Rockport Art Center). Starting on the 4th of July just after sundown. Precise sundown time in Rockport is currently 8:28pm - Fireworks should start roughly around 9:30pm.

Patriotic Boat Parade: July 4, 12pm-1pm (Line-Up starts at 11:45am) Boats start at Key Allegro Marina and parade through Little Bay.

Share a patriotic picture with us! 🇺🇸❤️...food, flag, friends! click here

Please be reminded that citizen owned and fired fireworks are NOT permitted inside Rockport City Limits.

Please don't leave any sparkler, firework debris or any other litter behind after the festivities. Help keep Rockport beautiful and clean for our residents, visitors AND wildlife!

Comments:
0 The Art Center of Corpus Christi | "Rockport/Austin Ceramic Artist Stan Irvin Has Show and Workshop in August"

Ceramic artist Stan Irvin is teaching a two day “Pushing the Boundaries of Form and Surface” clay workshop Aug. 5 and Aug. 6 at the Art Center of Corpus Christi (ACCC). The workshop coincides with his solo show in the Kucera Gallery at ACCC, which has an Aug. 2 opening reception.

Locally, Irvin’s work has been shown at the Rockport Center for Art, the Austin Street Gallery, and more recently at Estelle Stair Gallery. He recently became a Rockport part-time resident when he and wife Vicki Totten purchased a home and studio space in the downtown area near the future home of the Rockport Center for Art. Irvin is planning to have a studio in Rockport and will eventually host open studio events once his studio is complete. The Austin resident is a Professor Emeritus at St. Edward’s University where he started the ceramics program after starting the ceramics program at Laguna Gloria Art Museum, also in Austin.

Comments:
0 Rockport Center for the Arts | "Seven Questions with Patricia B. Moore"

Photo by Pamela Fulcher
In May 2017, Rockport Center for the Arts celebrated 48 years of existence.  Over the course of five decades the arts non-profit has earned a significant place across the State of Texas and around the United States of America as a unique venue where fine art is nurtured, thrives, and evolves. For the past two decades, the organization’s growth has been unprecedented; many new initiatives were started during that time.  Located in the heart of the community, the Art Center celebrates and encourages art and education.  One woman has been a consistent fundraising force during these two decades, a pillar of strength, and a tireless supporter of the arts.  In this interview piece, Seven Questions with Patricia B. Moore, she tells the story of her long and fruitful collaboration with the Art Center.  Sailing into the Future is the theme of this year’s Art Auction Gala, and Pat Moore, as most of her friends know her, is the deserving honoree.
Scroll to Top