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Written and directed by artist Keren Cytter, Show Real Drama is based on the lives of two of her actors who decide to write and […]
A survey of video works by Israeli artist Keren Cytter, along with related drawings, texts, and photographs at Diverseworks’ OLD space at 1117 East Freeway.
A 500 foot-long scroll painting of 2000 dragons, created in the year 2000 to commemorate not only what was The Year of the Dragon in […]
DiverseWorks’ rotating series of large-scale works by Houston street artists features Phillip Orlando Perez (aka) Article, curated by Aerosol Warfare’s Gonzo247.
Paintings for Sebastian about Sebastian by Cody Ledvina, Cheyanne Ramos, Emily Halbardier, Seth Alverson and Graustark Gang.
This miniature event is the MFA thesis project of Ted Closson and is held in conjunction with the UH MFA Thesis Show. Thirteen Texas comic […]
Artists: Lisa Garrett, Rosine Kouamen, Emily McGrew, Natali Leduc, M’Kina Tapscott, Danilo Bojic, Ted Closson, Sebastian Forray, Abi Semter, Chuck Ivy, and Steven Hook.
Galveston-based aerosol artist Gabriel Prusmack creates colorful images from his past through the use of multilayered stencils on scrap wood, found objects, and discarded materials.
A labyrinth-like landscape, populated with an array of petroleum-based artworks by Brooklyn-based artist Marina Zurkow. NeoGeo, an installation of software-driven moving image animations by Marina […]
A one-night, one-man “vaudeville” act that celebrates the film career and obsessional tastes of the man William Burroughs once called “The Pope of Trash.” to […]
Performance artists from around the world will be in the city March 8-10 for the first Lone Star Performance Explosion, the Houston International Performance Art […]
Blurring the distinction between performance, video art and body art, young artists from the University of Houston use their bodies as tools for expression. Organized […]
Diverseworks season-long series of street art commissions curated by GONZO247 presents DECK WGF, a graffiti writer/artist from Brooklyn, who belives that to be a graffiti […]
Born and raised on Houston’s north side, EPISODE’s influences come from old school NorthSide crews like RAGE*KTK. He has been writing (legal) graffiti for the […]
Sculptor Tara Conley and writer Tria Wood combine rhyme, candy-colors, and lyrically bent steel, undulating fiberglass, tufted cotton and glossy vinyl to make a seductive […]
Music videos and shorts from Braden King, part of Diverseworks Flickerlounge series. Videos include: Sparklehorse’s Morning Hollow, Bonnie “Prince” Billy’s ” Horses, [Postcards From] Here […]
Short films from the Texas Archive of the Moving Image, including historical and home movie footage from Houston and Texas with everything from a zookeeper […]
A conversation between Houston-based artist Dixie Friend Gay and Irish Poet Jean O’ Brien, winner of the UK 2010 Arvon Poetry Award.
Video LAB, an enabler for video and sound art in North Texas, presents “abstract and non-narrative time-based concepts” curated by Mary Benedicto. Flickerlounge is a […]
Grandalism is a season-long series of street-art commissions on the DiverseWorks dock, curated by Gonzo 247 of Aerosol Warfare. First up is Skeez181, is veteran, […]
Organized to coincide Houston’s first-ever public art fairs, artists from around the state will inhabit the gallery with public projects that explore the notion of […]
In Two Alike, the first co-production between the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston and DiverseWorks ArtSpace, choreographer and performer Jack Ferver pairs up with visual artist […]
Houston will have an opportunity to experience This is Displacement: Native American Artists Consider the Relationship Between Land and Identity, one of the largest surveys […]
Diverseworks organizes an H-Town, Chi-Town mash-up with an exchange of the 2008 Artadia awardees from Chicago! Houston will host Chicago artists Melika Bass, Juan Angel […]
Patricia Hernandez challenges the practices of America’s most collected artist, Thomas Kinkade: Painter of Light in the exhibition Parody of Light. Hernandez critiques Kinkade’s digitally […]
This is going to be a good one! Brent Green takes over Diverse Works with his site-specific exhibition Gravity Was Everywhere Back Then. This DIY […]
DiverseWorks begins the new season with an exhibition and symposium that commemorates the 5th Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. Before (During) After and the accompanying exhibition […]
These fusion theater pioneers seamlessly meld poetry, jazz, hip-hop, politics, down home blues and smoldering Spanish melodies, creating an unforgettable performance experience. Ameriville is a […]
Aurora Picture Show brings New York-based filmmaker and artist Darrin Martin to Houston for a special screening of Fragments, his latest work that includes an […]
DiverseWorks’ highly anticipated summer auction, Luck of the Draw 9: The Musical! is taking place this Wednesday with tempting art that will make you want […]
Political artists and culture-jamming activists, The Yes Men (Andy Bichlbaum and Mike Bonanno), take over DiverseWorks!!! Curated by Astria Suparak and organized by Feldman Gallery […]