Project Row Houses
June 5, 2016 | 5–7 pm
"Houston Has a Labor History? is a story-share of historic events in labor organizing in Houston. Relayed as firsthand accounts, favorite histories, and read narratives, each storyteller will have up to 5 minutes to bring to light the under told history of worker's movements around the city."
June 5, 2016 | 2–3:30 pm
Participants will "create a human spectrogram, where attendees will position themselves along a spectrum to determine how they measure the value of various hypothetical opportunities." The event is hosted by John Pluecker and Sharbreon Plummer.
March 26 - June 19, 2016
An exhibition curated by Raquel de Anda and co-organized by Ryan N. Dennis of site-specific works and programs addressing language and identity, artistic equity, environmental justice, affordable housing, prison reform, and police brutality. Artists in the show include The Argus Project (Gan Golan, Ligaiya Romero and Julien Terrell), Charge (Jennie Ash and Carrie Schneider), Nuria Montiel & John Pluecker, The Natural History Museum (a project of Not An Alternative), People’s Paper Co-op (Courtney Bowles and Mark Strandquist), Storyline Media (Rachel Falcone and Michael Primo), and Verbobala (Adam Cooper-Terán and Logan Phillips).
A roundtable discussion about how Houston can work to improve the condition for adjuncts across the country. The adjuncts round table will be facilitated by Amanda...Read More
A zine-making workshop organized by Jennie Ash and the organizers of Zine Fest Houston (Maria Heg, Anastasia Kirages and Sarah Welch). “Participants are invited to collectively...Read More
“This ‘Nappening’ provides artists and culture makers a specially-prepared place and time to slow down, turn off devices, close their eyes, drift, and reset their...Read More
For this project, Houston-based art collective Otabenga Jones & Associates has re-created OJBKFM Radio, a temporary outdoor community radio station broadcast from the back of 1959 pink...Read More
A collaborative project by artists Heather Hart and Jina Valentine. The events will include a Wikipedia Edit-a-thon of articles pertaining to the lives and works of Black...Read More
Jafa will speak about his life and work. His film Dreams Are Colder Than Death will be showing on November 14.
“This screen printing workshop is in conjunction with Shani Peters’ Round 43 installation The Crown. Participants will learn various inking techniques, uses for screen printing,...Read More
For this round, PRH focuses on examining the cultural sustainability of small businesses. Participating artists include Nsenga Knight, Shani Peters, Kameelah Janan Rasheed, Martine Syms (in...Read More
A lecture by Maria Gaspar, PRH’s 2:2:2 exchange resident. Gaspar uses installation, sculpture, performance, and community engagement to examine conflicts and ideas of power in local...Read More
A new program by PRH where “members will learn about the fundamentals of art collecting through a series of workshops, interactive experiences, and purchasing opportunities...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
Project Row Houses’ Round 42 exhibitions are guest curated by former PRH/Core fellow Sally Frater and feature the work of artists from Canada, the Caribbean,...Read More
A show of paintings and drawings by collaborating artists Jamal Cyrus and Walter Stanciell which use visual elements of Third Ward sign painting to remember,...Read More
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...Read More
Using the natural flow of plants and animals across borders to characterize migrant stories, this collaboration between Monica Villarreal and Armando Rodriguez features various works...Read More
Project Row Houses’ Round 41 explores the ways in which contemporary artists deal with labor-intensive practices. As the first round devoted entirely to female voices,...Read More
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...Read More
Family event at PRH, with craft activities, community Performances, and food. Rescheduled from June 28 due to bad weather.
Hand painted signs in Third Ward exist chiefly to promote small business, though they also announce and direct. These signs are so prevalent as to...Read More
A workshop led by artists Jamal Cyrus and M’kinaTapscott. Responding to Round 40: Monuments Right Beyond the Site, the workshop will ask participants to consider...Read More
The collective will take a different approach to previous Rounds and utilize all seven of the Art Houses through installations that happen on and off-site....Read More
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...Read More
The first film directed by an African American woman – Julie Dash – to be theatrically distributed. Five women of a Gullah family living on...Read More
Bring food or just yourself! RSVP to (713) 526 7662 by Dec 16/
Project Row Houses Anniversary will be launched on Saturday with a Block Party that will be a big thank you to the community and organizations...Read More
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...Read More
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.
FotoFest’s Literacy Through Photography education program and Project Row Houses have teamed up again this summer to help students examine the relationship between themselves and...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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,...Read More