July 30, 2014 | 6–8 pm
July 26 - August 9, 2014
A community-based photography project documenting Houston’s animal overpopulation crisis. There will be a community awareness event at Box 13 on August 9th as well. Details of the project can be found here. Just suck it up and bring your hankie; this is a problem that needs solving.
Houston filmmakers Anahita Ghazvinizadeh, Jared Gullet, Travis Johns and Stephanie Saint Sanchez will present their recent work and have a a discussion moderated by Alfred […]
Come meet “esteemed” members of the media Joel Luks of CultureMap, Molly Glentzer of the Houston Chronicle, and Glasstire’s own Texas Editor, the legendary Bill […]
Featuring teams from regional poetry slams, check the listings — individual events include “Haiku Deathmatch” and “Nerd Slam”!!
Suparak has a history of putting together fun and innovative shows, and also of getting unceremoniously fired from universities. In January, she got the boot […]
A talk by Vice President for Exhibitions and Public Programs at the San Francisco Art Institute.
DiverseWorks has commissioned Los Angeles-based artist Wu Tsang to create a video installation and performance that inhabit a space between fiction and documentary. Tsang is […]
In conjunction with the exhibition SonicWorks, Nameless Sound and DiverseWorks partner to present back-to-back performances by area musicians of scores by Pauline Oliveros: a prominent […]
A multi-platform exhibition about sound. The exhibition has two parts: one presents sound and interactive pieces,the second is weekly live performances. Documentation from each performance […]
There’s no better way to describe tonight’s DWOW than to list all the awesomeness: Pet adoptions by Barrio Dogs (please bring a donation of dry […]
The Idea Fund: Presentations by 2014 Jurors: Each juror will give a short presentation about their current work, followed by a q&a with the audience. Yona […]
This is the Texas-debut of the Japanese Experimental Theater Company known for their pop aesthetics, energetic groove, and experimental style. Admission is free, but seating is […]
The Morisons use social personae to investigate the self. Over the past year they have conducted research expeditions in the Gulf Coast region. Their experiences serve […]
QuAC: Queer Artist Collective performed many times on DiverseWorks’ stage. QuAC was a multi-ethnic performance group of twenty-something men and women charged to “fearlessly be […]
DiverseWorks Assistant Curator Rachel Cook will discuss the current exhibition, “The Eleventh Hour,” – along with artists Michael Galbreath, Paul Hester, and Robert Rosenberg, and […]
Artist Karen Finley will give a dramatic reading of four selected excerpts from We Keep Our Victims Ready, first performed at DiverseWorks over two evenings […]
The issues of the eighties and nineties, the period in which DiverseWorks was most socially and politically vocal, are still being discussed on the local […]
An exhibition featuring works by members of DiverseWorks’ Artist Board, including Lucinda Cobley, Jamal Cyrus, Sasha Dela, Lydia Hance, Hank Hancock, Trenton Doyle Hancock, John […]
DiverseWorks is throwing a summer DANCE PARTY! with DJ’s, food tucks on site (Good Dog and Muiishi Makirritosa), a Photo Booth and plenty of booze. […]
Join us for a second Pecha Kucha evening with Luck of the Draw participating artists. Each artist will show images and talk about their work […]
Diverseworks presents a Pecha Kucha evening with Luck of the Draw participating artists. Each artist will show images and talk about their work in fast-paced, […]
This year’s Luck of the Draw coincides with DiverseWorks’ 30th Anniversary Season and promises to be more celebratory than ever and will be emceed by […]
Stacy Switzer, Artistic Director of Grand Arts in Kansas City will present a lecture as part of Diverseworks Diverse Discourse: Lecture and Studio Visit Series. […]
Liz Magic Laser’s live performances and videos often intervene in public spaces such as banks and movie theaters, and have involved collaborations with actors, dancers, […]
An encore of selected performances presented over the 8 week run of the exhibition Tony Feher: Free Fall
Live reading of submitted texts centered around the theme of Lost and Found. The winner of this war of words (determined by the audience) receives […]
Performances of compositions commissioned by Diverseworks from Nigel Deane, Mark Buller, and Phillip Elder Nigel Deane: Pop Construction in Common Liter. Performers: Regina Chavez, Dino […]
Three different musical and textual responses to Tony Feher’s exhibition “Free Fall: Mark Hirsch: “Bears,” an original musical composition utilizing Sing-A-Ma-Jig toy bears as instruments; […]
A response to two spaces: Tony Feher’s Free Fall exhibition here at Diverseworks and Autumn Knight’s Futz: A Research Method installation at Project Row Houses, […]
Leslie Scates and Erin Reck, choreographers/dancers/educators, perform original work in response to the exhibition Tony Feher: Free Fall.
Texas-raised and New York-based artist Tony Feher creates an interactive, performative installation combining music, dance, and sculpture, coinciding with his major survey exhibition presented at […]