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It’s Back! 12 Minutes Max Returns to DiverseWorks

jhon r. stronks, Miss. Universe. Photo by Dayna Morgan.

jhon r. stronks, Miss. Universe. Photo by Dayna Morgan.

Performance art, dance, experimental sound, comedy, spoken word—if you like those sorts of things and want to get a condensed version of what Houston artists are doing these days, DiverseWorks is bringing back its popular series 12 Minutes Max! Organized and produced by Artist Board members Tek Wilson and jhon stronks, participants are members of the DiverseWorks Artist Board and their collaborators.

If those words scare you, this is the place to get over your fears; no performance is over 12 minutes long.

Here is the schedule for this weekend:

Friday, April 3, 7pm (doors open at 6:30)
Sandy Ewen
Phillip Pyle II, Maurice Duhon, & Jawwaad Taylor
Sophia Torres
Daniel Adame
jhon r. stronks
Lori Yuill

Saturday, April 4, 7pm (doors open at 6:30)
Regina Agu
Rebecca Novak w/ Cecelia White, Sarah Rodriguez, & Steve Jansen
Tek Wilson & Ken Watkins
Alisa Mittin
Stephanie Saint Sanchez
jhon r. stronks

also by Paula Newton
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