She Works Flexible, the latest art enterprise to occupy the space next door to Dan Fergus’ Brasil Cafe in Houston, opened its first show, Sensational Landscape featuring works by Texas artist Cat Clifford and Arizona-based artist Erika Lynne Hanson on January 16, and, in the style of post-Internet venues, has appended a series of seminars and events:
Every other Wednesday, She Works Flexible will be hosting film screenings on the adjoining patio of Brasil. First up, on February 4th at 6:30 pm, is Sans Soleil, directed by Chris Marker in 1983, the third best documentary film of all time.
On February 12th at 7:30 “Flex School” opens with a free seminar, The Subject to the Sublime, taught by Houston writer and philosopher Joshua Lawrence. Looking at “the construct of the self and the landscape that surrounds us.” The seminar is open to 15 students the public on a first-come basis. Sign up here.
also by Bill Davenport
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