Project Row Houses

Project Row Houses

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2521 Holman

Houston, TX 77004

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Summer Studios 2018

Project Row Houses

August 11 - September 16, 2018

An exhibition featuring works by Project Row Houses' 2018 Summer Studios residents. The mentors for this year's group of artists were CASE-PRH Fellows Regina Agu and Eyakem Gulilat.2018 Residents include Dreana Booker, Texas Southern University Evan Coleman, University of St. Thomas Kara Coonrod, University of Houston Catherine Davila, University of Houston Elizabeth Denton, Rice University Alexis Pye, University of Houston Charli Sol, University of Houston-Downtown



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2018 Fellows Talk

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