1900 Kane St.
Houston, TX 77007
March 15 - April 27, 2018
"PRESENTE is an interactive textile, photographic, and community installation about latinidad, womyn of color, and education. The installation pays homage to latinx womyn and weaves together ideas between the artists, the influential mujeres photographed, and the audience to cultivate a space for dialogue.""Mujeres Malas is an artist collective of self-identifying women. We challenge ideas of latinidad and different forms of oppression without the limitations of censorship."The women of Mujeres Malas:Arely Peña Maureen Penders Natalia Barrientos Jessica González Karen Y. Martinez Leticia Contrera
A show of works by Houston-born artist Ricardo Osmondo Francis. From MECA: “Through mesmerizing, contemplative mixed media paintings and drawings, the artist questions aspects of human...Read More
Come to MECA Houston and learn about how to apply for The Idea Fund, a re-granting program administered by a partnership of DiverseWorks, Aurora Picture Show...Read More
An event in which a panel of demonstration/march/action/happening organizers will talk about their ideas, strategies, experiences. Panelists include: Maria Jimenez, Daniel Cohen, Elle Church and Andrea Greer....Read More
An exhibition of community ofrendas (altars) curated by artist and educator Diana Muñiz. The two-day Día de los Muertos Festival (October 29 and 30) includes a two-stage live...Read More
An exhibition of photographs documenting Zider’s site-specific installations. The artist creates bones using clay, and creates installations that contemplate “intolerance to racial, cultural and religious diversity.”
An exhibition of photographs by artist Chuy Benitez. The works in the show explore themes of “celebration, entrepreneurship, politics and policy, history, family, tradition, and the...Read More
An exhibition of works inspired by the Day of the Dead.
An exhibition of cut-paper illustrations and installations by Houston artist Paris Jomadiao taking cues from naturally occurring textures and patterns.
A free improvised performance by Isabelle Duthoit (France) and Franz Hautzinger (Austria) exploring texture and harmony through trumpet, clarinet and voice.
New works by artist and MECA Visual Art Director Grace Zuñiga, whose manipulations of materials and formal structures take inspiration from an Incan reference to...Read More
This exhibition, based of Montoya’s book of the same title, was “designed as a cathartic gesture to ease and bring closure to a personal relationship.”
Two world premiere works by AFA Executive & Artistic Director Michael Remson and AFA Alum Jude Vaclavik, created in collaboration with artists Hillerbrand+Magsamen. Music will...Read More
International abstract expressionist Pham’s recent works evoke the sentimentality of Vietnam’s flora and provinces.
People, landscapes, and places vibrant with heritage and spirituality: Rodriguez seeks to capture themes inspired by seventeenth century Mexican nun, poet, and women’s education advocate...Read More
Austin’s Serie project aims to increase minority involvement in the art world through screen printing and artist residencies. Founded by Sam Coronado in 1993, the...Read More
Art Inside showcases artwork by young people incarcerated in Harris County Juvenile Probation facilities who participated in the Children’s Prison Art Project (CPAP), a program...Read More
Multicultural Education and Counseling through the Arts (MECA) celebrates the seventeenth-century feminist poet and playwright, Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz. The exhibition features works...Read More
Curated by The Mexican Arsenal Art Collective, this one-day event features work by more than a dozen visual artists, music, spoken word, and dance.