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" The exhibit will be on display through November 29th. The Center is located on NASA Parkway across from the Johnson Space Center.
Patrons can view the work Tuesday through Friday from 10 a.m. The Arts Alliance Center at Clear Lake (TAACCL) is Bay Area Houston’s cultural arts center.
Ellis’ most recent development includes the creation of alumni association identification cards for the university’s 44,000 alumni.
The card allows alumni to more easily enjoy all of their benefits including a free subscription to university magazine Egret and alumni newsletter e Connections; free career information, job postings, networking, résumé and interview assistance from the Office of Career and Counseling Services; free computer training classes offered by the University of Houston System IT Training Department; 10 percent discount on face-to-face courses offered by Center for Advanced Management Programs; 10 percent discount on all classes offered by the Foreign Language Program; a student discount rate on all UHCL Cultural Arts performances; and socials, lectures and career-networking events throughout the year.
The alliance consists of over 50 nonprofit arts organizations, including educational institutions, dance and drama theatres, guilds of basket-weavers and quilters, writers' leagues, choral groups and musicians, from bluegrass to symphonies.
The Blue Santa Program is coordinated by the Community Services Officer of the League City Police Department. The program also provides gift certificates to families so they may buy food from a local grocery store. Works of area artists expressed in a variety of photographic media Who: Artists of the region (including Lousiana) Where: The Arts Alliance Center at Clear Lake 2000 NASA Parkway (across from Johnson Space Center) Cost: No admission fee For information: Call Debra Kendrick at 281-335-7777 HOUSTON—The Arts Alliance Center at Clear Lake has invited ten artists to share their unique perspectives with Houston’s Bay Area between November 1st and November 29th.Charity Ellis has been named director of alumni and community relations at University of Houston-Clear Lake. Ellis, who joined the university in 2006 as coordinator of alumni relations, officially stepped into the position Sept. “Charity has done an outstanding job in her service as coordinator, enhancing existing programs and developing new ones with great success,” said UH-Clear Lake Associate Vice President for University Advancement Dion Mc Innis.“Among her many duties in the short term will be to hire two coordinators to assist alumni and community relations pursue its goals under her leadership.” Ellis joined the university after a four-year stint as community resources and education manager at Bay Area Turning Point Inc.As of August 16, Harris County Sheriff’s Office Captain Michael J.O’Brien of District III has assigned patrol deputies to step up traffic enforcement in school zones located in Galena Park ISD, Goose Creek ISD, Clear Creek ISD, Sheldon ISD, and Channelview ISD.