Houston Museum of African American Culture


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4807 Caroline St.

Houston, TX

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CrossSection: Latino Artists in Texas

A sampling of contemporary art being created by younger Latino artists across the Lone Star State. Featuring: Margarita Cabrera, Adriana Corral, Rigoberto A. Gonzalez, Carlos […]

An Oversimplification of Her Beauty

A film documenting the relationship on the divide between platonic and romantic between Terence and a young woman. Utilizing live action and animation, it explores emotions […]

Women of a New Tribe

A widely travelled exhibition consisting black and white portraits of black American women, including local Houstonians.

Telling the Immigrant Story

Informal narratives by community representatives as they share the role of tradition as a cultural strategy in creating a sense of home in a new […]

Phillip Pyle II: Caroline Plantation

Over 7000 Legos model a scale reproduction of a slave plantation, loosely based on the Wavering Place Plantation in South Carolina. Accompanying the Caroline Plantation […]

Performance: Kalup Linzy

One of Kalup Linzy’s newest characters, Kaye, a forlorn artist coming to terms with a series of failed relationships, debuts.  Using the video as a […]

Africans in America - The New Beat of Afropolitans

This symposium marking the rise of a wave of young and creative cosmopolitan African immigrants, so called “Afropolitans.”  Opening address by Derrick Ashong, musician, artist, […]

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