University of Houston, Clear Lake Art Gallery
2700 Bay Area Blvd.
Houston, TX 77058
January 19 - March 23, 2017
An exhibition featuring works by artists on faculty at the MFAH's Glassell School of Art. Artists include Lydia Bodnar-Balahutrak, Susan Budge, Sharon Dennard, Nathan Dube, Jeff Forster, Jan Harrell, Clara Hoag, Patrick Palmer, Mark Ponder, Christopher Wallace and Sandra Zilker.
A retrospective looking at the career of Faith Wilding. The show contains drawings, watercolors, collages and paintings created over the past forty years.
An exhibition juried by Daniel Fuller, Curator of the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center. Artists in the show include Paul Atwell, Scott Bruno, Helena Gijsbers van Wijk, Cynthia Giron, Douglas Hiser, Rebecca J....Read More
An exhibition of photographs depicting the sport of fencing. The artist has been the official photographer for the International Fencing Federation for over a decade.
A juried exhibition open to Houston community college students. The show is juried by Rebecca J. Hopp, Program Coordinator for FotoFest International’s Literacy Through Photography program.
An exhibition of ceramic sculptures that serve as autobiographical narratives of the artist.
This free, one-day symposium will highlight Texas artists who have made a name for themselves within the comic book industry, giving attendees a unique opportunity...Read More
Images of the genetic testing of human and animal cellular tissue, incorporating video and sound of actual cells dividing, exhibiting simultaneously at Space Center Houston...Read More
A Serbian printmaker’s first solo exhibition in the US focuses on the motif of the pipe.
Photographs from faculty and students from the Institute of Art and Design of the University of West Bohemia in Pilsen, Czech Republic, and from the...Read More
Photography by Van Edwards with poetry by his son Joshua Edwards. First conceived as a book of poetry and photographs and published by Noemi Press...Read More
The University of Houston-Clear Lake celebrates the 30th anniversary of hosting Judy Chicago’s The Dinner Party. In 1980, UHCL was one of the first three...Read More
If you can make it to the opening make sure to check out the screening of the award winning documentary The Art Fusion Project by...Read More