Conroe Art League is a non-profit organization that is devoted to advancing art in the Conroe area. Thanks to the generous donations of its supporters, the organization is able to maintain and expand its art appreciation, education, and community outreach programs. Every March, the Greater Conroe Arts Festival draws thousands of people from all over the area to experience a variety of art forms such as visual arts, musical performances, live theater, literary arts, and more. Conroe is a picturesque city situated in the Piney Woods of East Texas.
It is an ideal destination for nature lovers, history buffs, art aficionados, and recreational activities. On Saturday, students from Montgomery County took part in the Recycled Art Competition. The three-day Young Texas Artists Music Competition was also held in the area. Led by artistic director Emelyne Bingham, it had a record 91 candidates and 78 musicians who qualified for the preliminary rounds.
The YTA competition is open to classical artists between 18 and 30 years old (20 to 32 years old for Voice), who reside in Texas or are affiliated with a Texas music school. That same night, Lyn Howard, Myra Liston and Sylvia Wiggins from the former Montgomery County Performing Arts Society honored Pokorski for his 25 years at the helm of the YTA. Founded in 1983, Young Texas Artists is an exclusive non-profit organization that provides musical contests and events, professional development programs, and outreach activities for cultural enrichment. The artists who participate must be between 18 and 30 years old (20 to 32 years old for Voice) and must either be residents of Texas or affiliated with a Texas music school.