Houston Museum of African American Culture
February 12 - April 16, 2016
An exhibition examining the effects of gentrification on communities of color. The show features a site-specific installation by Robert Hodge, an installation by Rahul Mitra and Universal Police, and a video installation by Danielle Dean.
An exhibition of drawings, watercolors, and prints by Texas artist Benito Huerta.
A photography exhibit by Ellen Kaplowitz .
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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,...Read More
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...Read More
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,...Read More
“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...Read More