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Featuring works by Alfredo Scaroina, Roberto Del Rio, Michael Macedo-Meazell, Becky Soria, and Tania Marmolejo.
Art pieces in various ink and pen formats. Artists participating include Patricia Corron, Blue 130, April Murphy, Robin Baker, Christian Navarrete, Lizbeth Ortiz, Julia Salazar, [...]
Solo and ensemble performances featuring Baltimore’s pioneering pedal steel guitarist. $5 – 10 admission… pay what you can.
Performative photography investigates the artist‘s compulsive and obsessive tendencies, depicting a bizarre, sinister world where black liquids become sexual and honey, repulsive.
Five local ceramic artists with work ranging from functional pottery to large-scale sculptural ceramics. Participating artists include: Daniel Armstrong, Alex Comminos, Lee Peterson, Ashley Rossi [...]
An exploration of the mystery of night with works interested in limited, reflected or artificial light sources. Featuring art work by Jim Blake, Janaki Lennie, [...]
Katy Heinlein, Jim Nolan, Linda Post, Mick Johnson
A group exhibition of new works by Give Up, Dual, EYESORE, Joshua Saunders, and Adrian Landon Brooks.
Work in celebration of the inaugural year of the Galveston Artist Residency, featuring work by residents Nick Barbee, Nsenga Knight and Kelly Sears
A comprehensive history of humanity, with painted rocks.
Imagery of war, porn and the American way.
Curator David S. Rubin interviews artist Joey Fauerso about her life and art.
Prominent ceramics instructors from colleges, university and art schools across the Texas as well as 55 of their most promising students. Rosiland Speed curates a [...]
A pedestal topped by a teetering column of paper ephemera reflects the artist’s fascination with Catholic material culture and ritualistic exchange.
The Frog Queen, one of Joshua Goode’s large sculptures, lactates and dispenses fortunes.
Lawndale’s annual open-call juried showcase.
15 big painted canvas sideshow banners from the golden days of the traveling circus and carnivals.
The Houston artist and her audience will weave a giant gods eye between two large sticks to create the installation. Visitors are also invited to [...]