In San Antonio, it's the opening for Small Works for a Larger Cause, This is an annual benefit for Say Si, a local organization that is committed to creating an arts-related environment for the city's youth. Say Si has visual arts, media arts and theatre programs for middle and high school students. The exhibit will open this Friday, February 5th from 6-9 pm. All artwork in the exhibition will be part of a silent auction on February 26.
In Round Top, the Copper Shade Tree will feature work by 24 Texas fiber artists. Juried by Liz Axford, the show includes four pieces from each artist. Three other San Antonio artists are featured in the exhibit, Laura Ann Beehler, Leslie Tucker Jenison and Martha K. Grant. The opening reception is this Friday from 5-9 pm. Round Top is a quaint town and perfect for a weekend getaway. The show runs through March 7th.