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A group exhibition pitting Houston artists against Dallas artists! The Houston portion of the show is curated by Brandon Zech, and the Dallas portion is...Read More
Support BlueOrange and independent artists by shopping for handmade goodies on Small Business Saturday!
A show of works by Houston artist Jessica Kreutter. The porcelain sculptures in the show are meant to reference the body and the home: “Clusters of...Read More
A mixed-media installation and performance chronicling the stories of eight female immigrants that settled in Houston. Featuring art and sounds Melissa Flower, Lisa Villegas, and...Read More
An exhibition of works by Austin-based artist Caitlin G McCollom. The show is curated by Cassie Skelly and features fifteen new paintings on paper.
An exhibition featuring works by graduate students from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The show is curated by Michael Villarreal and features works by: Joyce Bingeman Amanda Breitbach...Read More
An event where local artists sell their wares! All of the art will be under the $300 mark.
The Visual Arts Alliance’s quarterly juried exhibition. Works in the show were selected by D.M. Allison.
An exhibition of photography and sculpture by San Antonio-based artist Charlie Kitchen.
An exhibition of works by Ryan Francisco. In their work, Ryan addresses themes of “body, movement, space, and time.”
An exhibition of paintings and prints by Houston-based artist Sandra de la Rosa. Her works depict abandoned structures in an attempt to document the ever-changing urban landscape.
An exhibition of new sculptures by Fari Rahimi. The pieces in the show address “embody fragility and strength, mystery and clarity, oppression and empowerment” through an exploration...Read More
An exhibition exploring what “coming-of-age” means to marginalized youths. The show is curated by Carnegie Vanguard HS junior Lynn Huynh and in partnership with local Houston...Read More
An exhibition of works by California-based artist Hollie Brown.
Emerging artists will be vending works throughout the yard of BlueOrange.
An exhibition of works by San Antonio artist Ben Mata. “Mata works on aluminum panels using artist oils and power tools to manipulate the surface....Read More
An exhibition of works by Brittany Ham, Tracey Keller & Melinda Laszczynski. The exhibition works to question the notions of “fine art.”
A juried group exhibition of student printmaking, held during the 5th annual PrintHouston.
A show of work by artist Hector Hernandez, inspired appreciating journey over destination.
An exhibition of work by 17 student artists graduating from the UH Photography/Digital Media program, including a range of photography, video, and photo collage work.
An exhibition of artist Ian F. Thomas’ examinations of gender inequality through the imagery and the utopic visions found in commercial cereal advertising.
A special pop-up exhibit celebrating Houston artist Howard Sherman, including brand new works on view and a book signing of the recent “Texas Abstract: Modern...Read More
Performance, photography, and video works by seven female contemporary artists addressing issues that limit and confine the body. Features work by Jessica Borusky (Kansas City),...Read More
The pink feminist, horsewoman, writer, cook, macramé enthusiast, painter, and “sculptress” Gracelee Lawrence brings her work from Austin to Houston. Oh, and “eupepsia” just means...Read More
New works from the Houston-based, Korean-born artist. According to his website, his favorite vegetables are either sweet potatoes or avocados.
Work by Beaumont-based Abigail Mclaurin.
BLUEorange’s entry to PrintHouston features the work of four women artists of color: Rabea Ballin, Ann ‘Sole Sister’ Johnson, Delita Martin and Lovie Olivia.
Using a variety of mediums, these works are about identity and humor.
A potluck-style brunch and moderated discussion with artist Giovanni Valderas and curators Jacob & Megan Spacek on the relationships between food, memory, and cultural identity....Read More
An exhibition in which the artists contemplate their personal histories.
To commemorate the one year anniversary of the opening of BLUEorange, curator Mark Hougham has chosen a selection of artists from two different Texas metropolises.