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A show of works by Glassell School of Art students.
A symposium discussing how “other new technologies can be implemented into contemporary ceramic practice.” For a full schedule, go here.
A lecture by Garth Johnson, curator of ceramics at the Arizona State University Art Museum in Tempe.
A panel discussion featuring Chris Higham, Gus Kopriva, and Dr. Anna Tahinci in conversation about their selection processes when jurying shows.
Everyone’s favorite sale is back! Buy last minute gifts for your aunts, your uncles, your grandma, and just a little something for you because you...Read More
An exhibition featuring a juried selection of student work from all departments of the Glassell.
A comprehensive talk on the contemporary art scene in Paris by Anna Tahinci, PhD, head of the Art History Department of the Glassell School of...Read More
Part of the Booker-Lowe Lecture Series, Glenn Adamson, Director of the Museum of Arts and Design, New York, presents “Making It in New York City:...Read More
An exhibition of work by current Core Program artists-in-residence Julia Brown, Jason Byrne, Danielle Dean, Anahita Ghazvinizadeh, Harold Mendez, Ivor Shearer, and Rodrigo Valenzuela. Core...Read More
Visual Arts Alliance presents a free panel discussion with Nicole Longnecker (Nicole Longnecker Gallery), Dennis Nance (Lawndale Art Center), and Patrick Palmer (Glassell School of...Read More
The MFAH’s Glassell School of Art presents a curated jewelry exhibition (the last in it’s current building before it’s demolished), featuring pieces by Edward Lane...Read More
New York artist John Alexander (but Beaumont-born and long-time Houstonian, included in collections throughout Texas) will talk about his work. Reception to follow. (Photo via...Read More
Amelia Jones “Wild Maid, Wild Soul, A Wild Wild Weed: Niki de Saint Phalle's Fierce Femininities, c. 1960-66”
Amelia Jones practices a queer, anti-racist, feminist history and theory of 20th- and 21th-century Euro-American visual arts, including performance, film, video, and installation—articulated in relation...Read More
In homage to the building that has been the MFAH’s Core program‘s home since its inception, Mary Leclère and Lily Cox-Richard have organized a show...Read More
In this lecture, McKenzie Wark considers a few key contributions of some of the members of the Situationist International, one of the great post-war avant-garde...Read More
Medina is an art critic, curator, and historian.
Experimental videos from Machine Project about pizza, babies, psychics, swimming pools, sonic massage, trapdoors, an opera for dogs, plants on vacation and a bunch of...Read More
Pfeiffer appropriates footage from television, movies, and sporting events to create videos, sculptures, and installations.
Demos writes widely on modern and contemporary art. His published work centers on the conjunction of art and politics.
Yuskavage’s works are characterized by an ongoing engagement with the history of painting.
The 2014 Core show features work by current artists-in-residence Julia Brown, Anahita Ghazvinizadeh, Anna Elise Johnson, Senalka McDonald, Harold Mendez, Madsen Minax, and Ronny Quevedo....Read More
Browse and buy original works of art by students at this annual sale, just in time for the holidays.
Meet the 2013-14 Core fellows and tour their studios.
Artist, art historian, and critic Corris will survey the landscape of Post-Conceptual art.
In his lecture “Revisiting Poetics,” writer, activist, and artist Gregg Bordowitz uses Aristotle’s text as a starting point for a discussion on the interrelatedness of...Read More
Shahzia Sikander is best known for her experimentation with Indo-Persian miniature painting in different formats and media.
From Here to Afternoon stems from the photographic motion studies conducted by scientific managers Lillian and Frank Gilbreth in the 1910s and ‘20s. The exhibition...Read More
The Glassell Studio School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston will host “Why a Texas Biennial?”, a public panel moderated by Glassell Studio School...Read More
The 17th annual Citywide African American Artists Exhibition offers visual artists in the greater Houston area the opportunity to show their work to a broader...Read More
In Free Fall incorporates three works: Before the Crash, After the Crash and Crash, which tell the story of the current global economic crisis through...Read More
Featuring work by current artists-in-residence Miguel Amat, Anthea Behm, Jang Soon Im, Tatiana Istomina, Anna Elise Johnson, Senalka McDonald, Madsen Minax and Ronny Quevedo. Core...Read More