Burgers & Blues, Van Wilks set for BAC June 26

Burgers & Blues is finally back, with the Bosque Civic Music Association proud to present the return of in-person Van Wilks to the Bosque Arts Center. The event starts at 6 p.m. Saturday, June 26, and continues with the concert to begin at 7 p.m. The event is BYOB.  Tickets cost $50, and are available […]

REVIEW: “Bad Medicine” Draws Laughs and Applause from crowd at BAC

Written by Cynthia Davis, photographs by Arthur DeVitalis What is a man to do when faced with 357 different ailments, all fatal, while living as a recluse writing best-selling novels under a false persona in order to appease his publisher? Well, fall in love with an ex-convict, homeopathic and self-proclaimed doctor he met while she […]

Tin Building Theatre Comedy to open May 14th, To Feature Playwright

By Bryan Davis After numerous delays in the past year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Tin Building Theatre comedy, “Bad Medicine,” will finally open at the Bosque Arts Center in Clifton on May 14 for four performances. The show will run for three days over one weekend, including a dinner theater performance and two […]

Ceramic garden Art Sale planned by BAC Pottery Guild in April

The Bosque Arts Center Pottery Guild will host a garden sale at the Bosque Arts Center in Clifton Saturday, April 24, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The sale will feature hundreds of items created by the Pottery Guild artists at great prices. Handmade plant buddies are available, which add year-round color to the garden. […]

Bosque Museum hosts Seth Witcher, Clifton Book Signing for “Requiem For Camelot”

The Bosque Museum held an open house book signing event for Seth Witcher’s “Requiem For Camelot,” Saturday, March 20. Witcher is the son of one of the founders of the present-day Goodall-Witcher Healthcare, and relays stories told by his father and many others in the community of Clifton throughout the decades. Read on to find out more.

SPECIAL EPISODE: Linda Lucas Hardy talks the craft behind Colored Pencils

In this episode, we talk to Master Colored Pencil Artist Linda Lucas Hardy about her work , and what’s in store at the Bosque Arts Center. We talked to Hardy in Monday’s podcast, but wanted to feature the rest of the interview for the full story. She’s won competitions and awards for incredible work on sandpaper and drafting film, all with colored pencil.