March 23 • 3:00 pm
Reside Beaumont will provide a one-of-a-kind destination for the best in local goods, highlighting the vibrant arts community of Southeast Texas and bringing together some of the region’s most talented musicians, chefs, and more. The event will take place at the Jefferson Theatre on Saturday, March 23 at 3:00pm.
Tickets are $10 and available at the Civic Center Box Office or at the door. All proceeds benefit Harvest House, a local non-profit dedicated to providing sex trafficking awareness and advocacy, mentoring, prevention and community mobilization.
Several of Beaumont’s most unique artisans and tradesmen will gather under one roof to share stories of creating their own space in Beaumont and how their craft has impacted Southeast Texas. Reside Beaumont is the brainchild of Beaumont transplant Brooke Buckmaster who, throughout her time in Southeast Texas, has found a love for all the things that make this area unique.
The event will feature numerous breakout sessions, offering the chance to hear from some of Beaumont’s most notable creators. Explore the art of beekeeping, learn how Katharine & Company got its start and how local artists believe art impacts the culture around us. Between speaker sessions, peruse a myriad of local vendors while enjoying live music and local bites.
Featured speakers: Katharine Carmichael (Katharine & Company), Keith Carter (photographer), Becki Stedman (Beaumont Farmer’s Market), Greg Busceme (The Art Studio, Texas Coffee Company), David Brack (Brack’s Bees), Glenda Hughes (Blumen Farms), Sharon Begnaud (The Giving Field), Rachel Wilson (Wild Earth Texas), Mariah Rockefeller and Kara Timberlake (The Art Museum of Southeast Texas), Ines Alvidres (local artist)