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TERE O’CONNOR DANCE

O’Connor brings his own finely honed company to Houston for two programs for this special two-week engagement. House, originally created for De Rotterdamse Dansgroep...
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16 HOUSES: OWNING A HOUSE IN THE CITY

16 Houses: Owning a House in the City curated by Michael Bell, has brought together a group of architects, artists and designers to design...
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An Outrageous, Little, Three-Part, AARP, Art Salon (Part 2)

This was part two of a three-part group show curated by Harvey Bott, Art Advisory Board member.
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An Outrageous, Little, Three-Part, AARP, Art Salon (Part 3)

This was the third part of a series curated by Harvey Bott, Artist Advisory Board member. It emphasizes that it likely takes until one...
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An Outrageous, Little, Three-Part, AARP, Art Salon (Part 1)

Curated by Artist Advisory Board member Harvey Bott, this exhibit was a tribute to Nancy Claster, the hostess and co-creator of Romper Room, “the...
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12 Minutes MAX!

An evening of solo performances where each artist is only given 12 minutes to perform. Featuring original compositions by Patrick Clark.
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DiverseWorks Gala with Pat Oleszko

Oleszko returned to Houston with a performance full of puns, fun, and fabric inflatable structures.
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Danza Sin Fronteras: Four Mexican Choreographers

The first part of DiverseWorks’s 4+4+4+ Series: Work by 12 New Dance Voices. This event reveals the growing independent dance movement in Mexico. Each...
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Mark O’Connor and Randall Watson

Mark O’Connor was a fiction writer and a Ph.D. Candidate at the University of Houston Creative Writing Program. Randall Watson was a poet, held...
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Beyond Repro: The Color Copy Show

This exhibition explored the way that the accessibility of the color copier added a new dimension to copy machine art, offering artists a mass...
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Under a Spell

This performance tells the story of Girouard’s first time traveling to Haiti in 1990, during which she met Oleyant, the country’s master voodoo flag...
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Dance Video Festival of French Contemporary Choreographers

This festival explored the art form of video-dance, different from video documentation, with the goal to “penetrate the dance instead of simply depicting it.”...
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Train D’enfer (Broken Wings/O Vertigo)

This was the premiere of the Canadian dance company, O Vertigo Danse, in Houston. Their performance was about a group of travelers in transit...
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HOUSTON COLLAGE UNDERGROUND

A group exhibit presenting a broad survey of collage activity on the fringe of the Houston art world. Featured many artists who had never...
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BLUEBEARD’S HASSLE: THE WRITHES OF THE WIVES

This was a performance by Pat Oleszko which included her films and inflatables. Oleszko’s work focuses on deconstructing fairy tales and reassessing the images...
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Houston Showdown

November 4 – 30, 1983 Organized by the Alternative Museum in New York, five Houston organizations participated in co-presenting this regional exhibition which included...
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THIS IS DISPLACEMENT

Native Artists Consider the Relationship Between Land and Identity Curated by Carolyn Lee Anderson & Emily Johnson This is Displacement: Native Artists Consider the...
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