Project Row Houses


2521 Holman

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Summer Studios 2015

Project Row Houses

August 22 - September 27, 2015

An exhibition of PRH's 2015 Summer Studio artists. These students have been creating community-based projects under the guidance of William Cordova and Ryan Dennis. Participating artists include Sula Bermudez-Silverman, Guadalupe Hernandez, Jennifer Mendez, Kingsley Onyeiwu, Shaun Parker, and Kandise Ponce. Summer Studios 2015 will also feature an installation by William Cordova.


Not That But This Website Launch Party

A celebration for the Houston-based webzine showcasing contemporary art and culture created by people of color. Meet contributing writers and enjoy music provided by DJ […]

Flower Man Day

A day of celebrating beloved Houston artist and personality, Cleveland “The Flower Man” Turner (who passed away in December) and a last look at the […]

Project Row Houses 2014 Summer Studios

Project Row Houses Summer Residents reveal the fruits of their 6 weeks’ labor! The opening will run in tandem with this month’s Third Ward Community […]

Project Row Houses Night Market

Family event at PRH, with craft activities, community Performances, and food. Rescheduled from June 28 due to bad weather.

Wards in Color Closing Reception

Troy Gooden and Angel Quesada will have a closing reception for Round 39 at the Wards in Color installation house located at 2509 Holman. Featured performances […]

Daughters of the Dust

The first film directed by an African American woman – Julie Dash – to be theatrically distributed. Five women of a Gullah family living on […]

Taïgue Ahmed: Artist talk

Moderated by Solkem N’Gangbet, Spit My Story artist talk is an opportunity to engage with Taïgue Ahmed about his creative process both as dancer/choreographer and […]

Project Row Houses Summer Studio 2013

Seven local college art students making art in an urban community setting, featuring current residents Jessie Anderson, Byron Harris, Maggie Hooyman, Emily Howard, Aldo Roldan.

Rahul Mitra: Upping the Story

Starting May 23rd, Project Row Houses will present Upping The Story, a six part program series that will include local artists and curators who will […]

Project Rowhouses Round 38

Seven new art installations devoted to the  “Birmingham/Texas Interchange,” an exchange project between Space One Eleven in Birmingham, Alabama and PRH. Project Row Houses will […]

Autumn Knight: We'll Wait For You

A performance and sound installation piece examining the life and work of the jazz legend Sun Ra as the final piece in Knights Futz Performance […]

Autumn Knight: El Diablo Y El Cristo Negro

A text-based performance influenced by Portobelo’s Black Christ Festivals and the mythology of the region which features the Devil as a pivotal figure. Maurice Duhon […]

Autumn Knight: Portobelo: Food, Humor, Movement

A performance piece centers on Knight’s experience of being immersed in Afro-Latin culture while in residency at Taller Portobelo Norte Art Residency in Portobelo, Panama […]

Project Row Houses: Round 37

Six new art projects in the historic shotgun houses on Holman St. in Houston’s Third Ward. Artists Miguel Amat, Jason Griffiths, Autumn Knight, Maurice Roberts, […]

Summer Studios Opening Reception

Seven area college/university art students, nominated by their professors and selected by a panel of professional artists, have created new projects in the Artist Project […]

Lisa E. Harris: Cry of the Third Eye

Lisa E. Harris’ new opera film “Cry of the Third Eye” screened as part of Project Row Houses Artist Round 36 Closing EventsThe film explores […]

Seven in the Third

Austin-based composer Travis Weller’s site-specific chamber music performance spread across PRH’s seven historic row houses. Performances at 12 noon and 3 pm.

Weekly Read/Write Club Led by John Pluecker

In association with his installation Antena books/Libros Antena at PRH, John Pluecker will host a participatory Read/Write club on Wednesday nights at 2515 Holman. Schedule […]

Project Rowhouses: Round 36

Seven new art projects in the historic shotgun houses on Holman St., featuring artists Manuel Acevedo, Monie Henderson and Marc Newsome of Our Image Film […]

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