By Bill Davenport on January 10, 2014
One of my first experiences in being treated like an artist came in 7th grade, when, as a “special project” for Social Studies, I was [...]
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By Bill Davenport on December 31, 2013
People love lists! In case you missed last year, here’s a five-minute summary of some of the more notable Texas art occurrences, culled from last [...]
By Cody Ledvina on December 24, 2013
Just in time for Christmas!
By Glasstire on September 3, 2013
1. Group Show (50 Humans) The Brandon, Houston September 7 – October 13 The Joanna is dead, long live The Brandon! Cody Ledvina, Patrick Bresnan [...]
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By Bill Davenport on August 9, 2013
In celebration of the 20th anniversary of Hans Ulrich Obrist’s exhibition do it and the recent release of do it: the compendium, Alabama Song art space in Houston recently [...]
Posted in Blog, Uncategorized | Tagged alabama song, and Ronnie Yates., Artists featured in do it: houston include: Regina Agu, Autumn Knight, ayanna jolivet mccloud, Caleb Churchill, Carrie Marie Schneider, cody ledvina, David Feil, davide savorani, Debra Barrera, do it: houston, Erin Joyce, gabriel martinez, jack eriksson, jamal cyrus, Jang soon Im, joseph cohen, Joseph Havel, Katy Heinlein, lauren moya ford, madsen minax, Mari Omori, Mark Harold Ponder, Massa Lemu, Max Fields, Olivia Junell, Otis Ike, Patrick Turk, rachel hecker, Senalka McDonald | 1 Response
By Paula Newton on June 2, 2013
Well, it happened: The Joanna hosted its final art opening/frat party Friday night, featuring paintings and mug shots by Bill Willis. The Houston gallery has [...]
By Bill Davenport on April 17, 2013
Houston artist Cody Ledvina has just finished painting a long, long dog on the side of a EJ’s, prominent LGBT bar in Montrose. He’s proud [...]
By Cody Ledvina on March 10, 2013
Glasstire distance educator and motivational speaker Cody Ledvina tells it like it is in Lesson 1.1 of his Pedagogical DVD. Feel free to use this [...]
By Bill Davenport on February 21, 2013
In case you’re curious, Otis Ike has posted a photo album of theotis Ike/ Joanna’s recent Mardi Gras at Numbers with Christeene on his website. [...]
By Cody Ledvina on February 17, 2013
Emily Sloan re-stages her Caddy Shack-inspired performance at Houston’s Darke Gallery for Cody Ledvina, who pokes at her with a stick.
By Cody Ledvina on January 17, 2013
Cody Ledvina explains how to be a wonderful, er, decent artist assistant. Starring Trenton Doyle Hancock as the artist.
By Rachel Hooper on December 4, 2012
Paul Middendorf came to Houston for the first time as curator of the 2010 Big Show at Lawndale Art Center. He was impressed with the [...]
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By Cody Ledvina on November 29, 2012
Cody and his puppet pal Brandon visit with Jeremy DePrez, Geoff Hippenstiel and Jonathan Ryan Storm.
By Cody Ledvina on November 15, 2012
Cody Ledvina visits the studio of Seth Alverson. Sort of.
By Cody Ledvina on November 2, 2012
Cody Ledvina launches his new made-for-Glasstire video show, “Cody Ledvina: Expierence.” Ledvina promises viewers a dazzling array of content: Texas art exhibitions, performance, concerts, lectures, [...]
By Bill Davenport on February 13, 2012
The owners of the Mary’s building, once ground zero for the Montrose leather scene, have again covered over over legendary Mary’s mural as part of [...]