The Community Artists' Collective
Catch on Fire is an exhibition featuring works by Houston artist Ashley Washington.
For this exhibition, environmental artist Gail Mebane will introduce a way to use recycled plastic grocery bags for art in place of canvas and paper.
A show of prints by Ann Johnson.
Art historian and curator Dr. Alvia Wardlaw will sign copies of her book Charles Alston and her article in the catalog Thornton Dial in the 21st Century. Wardlaw is...Read More
An exhibition featuring works by Latonia Allen, Rebecca Baffour, Bert Bertonaschi, Ellie Cox, Lauren Cross, Monica Kennedy, Melba Lee, Samiria Percival, Irene Reece and Fulden Sara-Wissinger.
An exhibition exploring race, gender, and activism. Featuring works by Rabéa Ballin, Ann Johnson, Lauren Kelley, Rosine Kouamen, Delita Martin, and Lovie Olivia.
An exhibition of photographs that challenges “the reverberated appropriation that society has placed upon the black women’s attitude, image and role.”
For this exhibition, artist Alonzo Williams Jr. documented random encounters with 100 strangers.
An exhibition featuring unconventional print works examining identity, race, gender and social issues affecting women of the African diaspora. Features work by artists Rabéa Ballin,...Read More
An exhibition of fiber artist Joan Bristow’s new batik art and dyes on silk and canvas, inspired by colors, forms and shapes found in nature.
Works by Aesha Lee, Gail E. Mebane, Marsha Outlaw, Daniel Daigle, Rose Sprott Swain, Shannon Duckworth, Eddie Hall and Ava Cosey. NB Community Artists Collective’s...Read More
Taylor has used games, maps, found objects, sculpture and poetry to tell mythological and historical stories about Houston and its inhabitants.