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Mapped: A Survey of Contemporary Jewelry and Metalwork

The Gallery at HCC Central- Houston Community College

March 2 - April 8, 2015

A group show of works inspired by Houston’s diverse landscape, including pieces by Corey Ackelmire, Nathan Dube, Diane Falkenhagen, Martha Ferguson, Jan Arthur Harrell, Jessica Jacobi, Masumi Kataoka, Edward Lane McCartney, Jeffrey McGee, Robert Thomas Mullen, Mary Rogers, Caitie Sellers, Leslie Shershow, Olga Starostina, Demitra Thomloudis, Melissa Walter, Sandra Zilker.


Darcy Rosenberger: Apartment Studio

“New, large-scale drawings and sculpture all created by the artist in her 420 square foot apartment after work demonstrates what can be done with limited […]

Upshot X 3

Beautiful photographs and silverpoint images created using the destructive and explosive force of gunfire.

HCC Central 2012 Fall Juried Student Art Exhibit

Sixto Wagan, artistic director of DiverseWorks, will choose outstanding student work in various media, such as painting, digital art, jewelry and sculpture, for awards totaling […]

HCC Central Annual Faculty Show

Showcases 23 of the artists who teach at Central including Corey Ackelmire, Bennie Flores Ansell, Nick Barbee, Gladys Bel, Joanne Brigham, Scott Carothers, Nathan Dube, […]

HCC Central Art: The Annual Faculty Show

Showcasing 19 of the artists who teach at Central including:  Corey Ackelmire, Bennie Flores Ansell, Gladys Bel, Joanne, Brigham, Celia Butler, Scott Carothers, Nathan Dube, […]

Perry House: Movin' On

Houston art pioneer Perry House wraps up his 30-year teaching gig at Houston Community College with 30 farewell paintings. But not goodbye: when this show […]

Kyle Rislow: The Paintings

This exhibit features recently discovered works of the late Kyle Rislow, former HCC art instructor and chair of the art department at the Art Institute […]

June Woest: The Seed Rooms: East and West

East and West takes place in two separate rooms that simulate learning centers. The East Room is intended to be more meditative, while the West […]