Houston Museum of African American Culture
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 […]
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 […]
A widely travelled exhibition consisting black and white portraits of black American women, including local Houstonians.
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 […]
A screening of For The Best And For The Onion!, the story of a young couple whose engagement is repeatedly delayed by the declining value […]
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 […]
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 […]
Langston Collins Wilkins, PhD candidate at Indiana University lectures on a tradition centered on restored and/or customized full-size (mostly GM) vehicles such as Cadillac Fleetwoods, […]
An exhibition of abstract expressionist prints by Danny Simmons and works on paper by self-taught artist Andre Guichard, Curated by Danielle Burns.
A film about Bert Long, Jr.
Former Menil (now LACMA) Curator Franklin Sirmans will speak on The Challenges of Purveying Culture in Contemporary Society. Glassell Director Joe Havel on The Challenges […]
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, […]
“Just as the base of traditional American sauces is roux, the base of American Culture is the African American Matrilineal story.” Roux offers storytelling through […]