Houston artist Chasity Porter’s art-space-in-a-bus will be coming to Gallery Jatad in midtown Houston this weekend bearing works by Houston artist Anthony Suber, in conjunction with Patrick Renner’s artist talk and book signing. Suber’s project, titled Archaic Habitat, will be the gallery’s first whole-bus installation.
Dormalou Project, as the bus and its roving offerings of emerging artists and community-based art projects are called, debuted in the fall of 2014, and has since appeared outside Independence Art Studios, Art Crawl, and the Next Wall Gallery, and various outdoor events. Advertising “No Themes, Jut Fun!”, the bus is also available for hire to visit schools, kids parties, and pretty much anywhere there’s a need for a pop-up temporary art studio. Upcoming appearances/exhibitions include Write On!, a group show of artists artists who combine visual and literary works on May 16 at Hardy and Nance Studios in Houston, and again on May 30, at Art Market on Market, Galveston, during Galveston Artwalk.
Dormalou Project will be outside Gallery Jatad, 1517 Blodgett St., Houston on Saturday, March 28 from 2-6 pm.