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Moving Sale! Start Your Own Art Space

Photo: Jon Shapley, Houston Chronicle

New digs deserve a new coffeemaker. (Photo: Jon Shapley, Houston Chronicle)

As Glasstire reported earlier this month, DiverseWorks signed a lease at the new Midtown Arts and Theater Center Houston (MATCH) and will be moving in about a month. So tomorrow and Saturday (November 20-21, noon-6pm), DiverseWorks will be having a big garage sale. It will be mostly office stuff—furniture office supplies, kitchenware, a/v equipment, etc.—but they also have vintage Luck of the Draw artworks by local and national artists on view and for sale.

If you’re looking for a piece of Houston art history, like that old coffee maker that has kept countless artists caffeinated during late night installations, get there early!

also by Paula Newton
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