May 3 - June 30, 2018
"The Dangerous Professors is an ongoing project by curator Ruslana Lichtzier, and comprises exhibitions, publications, and public programs. Through an invitational process, the project asks artist-educators to self-identify as "radical" as an act of resistance against right-wing accusations of professors "pushing radical agendas in lecture halls," as documented on conservative student group Turning Point USA's website Professorwatchlist.org. This exhibition is the culmination of Ruslana's tenure as a critic-in-residence at the Core Residency Program at the Glassell School of Art."
An exhibition featuring works by Hallie Gluk and Andi Valentine. “Rather than contain themselves within standard frames on blank walls, the pieces that comprise “Relief” seek...Read More
“Lean, Bleak is an ongoing experimental music concert series conceived for artists to present their work in various forms including improvisation, performance, poetry, noise and...Read More
An exhibition featuring concepts behind JM Design Studio’s proposal for a US-Mexico border wall. JM Design Studio is a collective featuring Pittsburgh-based artists and designers Tereneh Idia,...Read More
“Refusing Providence is an exhibition of works on paper and fabric by Houston-based artists David Janesko and Heather L. Johnson. The works in this show are...Read More
A show of new photographs from Mexico City, Houston Texas and Central New Mexico by Rice University photography professor Geoff Winningham.
Adam Donnelly and Meggan Gould use as their medium the “physical and digital waste” that are left behind when creating photographic works. “Donnelly uses a protective...Read More