Sugar Land has a growing arts scene that offers visitors exciting things to see and do throughout Sugar Land. Here are ideas for a glipse of Sugar Land's art scene. Start by visiting Sugar Land Art Center & Gallery, where admission into this local artist collective is free. The space operates not only as a gallery, but also has working artist studios, adult and children's classes, and has an artist gift shop. After your visit, hop in the car and drive to nearby historic Sugar Land, where you can view the history of the city depicted on the Sesquicentennial Commemoration Mural on the bridge off Wood Street. Continue, by taking a drive around Sugar Land to discover all ten bronze statues donated by resident, Sandy Levin. These statues are found throughout the city and depict nature and a reflection of every day life. Several of the statues can be found in Oyster Creek Park, and others are located at Sugar Land Memorial Park and Sugar Land Town Square. Probably the most iconic sculpture in Sugar Land, Bob Pack's bronze sculpture depicting Stephen F. Austin crossing the Brazos River in front of Sugar Land City Hall, where "rivers" of the history of the First Colony, Texas and Sugar Land flow behind it. In the evening enjoy national and international live entertainment at Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land, and local productions of musicals and theater from national award-winning performing arts studio, Inspiration Stage at the Sugar Land Auditorium.
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