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Steamrolled IX: 2024
PrintHouston's showcase of giant, 3' x 5' woodblock prints, printed using a 3-ton steamroller

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The Art of Celebration Company 2024
New work from the artists at Celebration Company, an entrepreneurial employment program for adults with disabilities.

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Sheila Leatherwood: I Like Making Faces
A solo exhibition of figurative works by Sheila Leatherwood

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Symbolic Self Portraits
For this exhibition, artists from Sabine Street Studios were asked to create their own version of a self-portrait

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The Healing Power of Color
This special tenant exhibition of the Spring Street Studios artists focuses on the impacts of color.

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The Alchemy of Memory: Echoes Across Time
A new exhibition of tenant and local artists at Spring Street Studios, curated by Gabriela Magana.

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Jeanne Jones: Color Bed
A solo exhibition of painting and ceramic works by Jeanne Jones, focused on color and inspired by the beauty of nature.

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FotoFest Biennial 2024: Critical Geography
The FotoFest Biennial 2024 central exhibition, Critical Geography, reexamines traditional Western and historical understandings of geography while expanding these investigations to new realms.

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Ten by Ten: Ten Portfolios from the Meeting Place 2022-23
The Ten by Ten exhibition is a celebration of FotoFest’s international Meeting Place Portfolio Review as an important site of discourse and cultural exchange.

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FotoFest Biennial | Critical Geography Opening Reception
Join FotoFest on Saturday, March 9, 8–11 PM, to celebrate the grand opening of the Biennial 2024 central exhibition, Critical Geography. Meet the artists, curator, and team behind the Biennial, and immerse yourself in a vibrant atmosphere filled with creativity, music, and refreshments.

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Karen Navarro: El Lado Oculto de la Luna
El Lado Oculto de la Luna presents a nuanced reflection on Indigenous identity in Argentina. It is an exploration through installation and portraiture that makes use of modern technologies to weave, with a historical tinge, the concept of beauty and representation.

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