O’Kane Gallery (UH-Downtown)

O'Kane Gallery (UH-Downtown)


(713) 221-8042

One Main Street

Houston, TX 77002


2015 UHD Faculty Exhibition

O'Kane Gallery (UH-Downtown)

September 10 - December 5, 2015

An exhibition of works by the UHD faculty. Artists include Mark Cervenka, John Davis, Gaby Hernandez, El Franco Lee II, Floyd Newsum, Mason Rankin, Beth Secor and Kaneem Smith.


George Awde: His Passing Cover

The exhibition incorporates material from Awde’s personal holdings, including  original photographs.

Faculty Exhibition 2010

The O’Kane Gallery at the University of Houston – Downtown presents its semi-annual Faculty Exhibition, featuring the works of UHD arts faculty. This year’s exhibition...

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Melanie Crader: The Eula Project

Houston artist Melanie Crader’s solo exhibition, The Eula Project, begins the fall season at the O’Kane Gallery on the campus of UH-Downtown. Crader’s installation is...

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Drawing Lessons

A selection of thirty-three drawings from the late 19th and early 20th centuries are featured in Drawing Lessons: The Early Academic Drawings from the Art Students...

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"RAW brings together Doug Cason, Mark Greenwalt (shown), and Lisa Qualls, three Houston artists who combine classical drawing and painting techniques with contemporary concepts and...

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Shades - Drawing The Space

Guest curated by Anila Quayyum Agha, this exhibit features work by Sara Schneckloth (shown) from Columbia, South Carolina; Danielle Riede from Indianapolis, Indiana; and Jessica...

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Teachers' Edition

Check out work by art instructors in Houston, featuring the work of twenty high school art teachers.

American Civil War Field Notes

American Civil War Field Notes: Sketches from Cairo to Columbia includes approximately 30 original drawings created by artists who witnessed the events of the Civil...

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Pride of the Southside

Infamous SA artists Alex Rubio and Vincent Valdez have collaborated on Pride of the Southside for the last ten years! Don't miss this rare treat,...

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