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Gallery Hours

Open to the public one hour before each Nutcracker performance and during intermission

Friday, Dec 16th 

Saturday, Dec 17th

Sunday, Dec 18th 


This year’s exhibit showcases 22 dynamic artists working in a variety of mediums who have selected a piece in Ballet San Angelo’s collection of original handmade costumes as their artistic launch point. Works are for sale and can be seen in person at the historic mezzanine space at The Murphey and online. Proceeds go to support both the artists and the education and outreach programs at the Ballet.

Also in this mezzanine, patrons can see an interactive display of the making of a tutu and an inside peek at the creative process of ASU Engineering students taking on the Mother Ginger Challenge infrastructure re-design of this important grand dame in the production.   

 

Artwork will be available to view online on December 11th