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Exhibitions Calendar


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What Is A Ward?
The Sabine Street Studio artists' new showcase addresses their location in Houston's First Ward, and what can define a neighborhood.

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A Version of Beauty
Sawyer Yards is proud to announce A Version of Beauty, a blockbuster exhibition of new and recent works by the artists of the Silos at Sawyer Yards

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Paper Wings
Sandra de la Rosa's installation at TANK Space catalogs her journey in the immigration system sculpturally through a swarm of monarch butterflies made from 10 years of immigration documents.

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Algorithm of the Mind
The tenant artists of Spring Street Studios explore what makes an image go beyond language in this new showcase!

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Dual Perspectives: Artist and Audience
The artists of Spring Street Studio are pleased to announce this year's all-campus invitational exhibition, Dual Perspectives: Artist, Artwork, Audience, juried by Chris Silkwood.

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Rodrigo Aguilera: ABSTREALISM
Sawyer Yards is pleased to present Abstrealism, a solo exhibition of paintings by accomplished Houston painter Rodrigo Aguilera.

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Carol Measom: Fearless
Sawyer Yards is proud to announce Fearless, a solo exhibition of abstract paintings by Houston artist Carol Measom.

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ThinkINK 2024
PrintHouston’s Annual Members’ Exhibition was curated this year by Tess Doyle and Amber Kaiser and features a great selection of works showcasing original printmaking techniques including lithography, woodcut, linoleum cut, etching, drypoint, metal engraving, and screen printing.

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Fiebre
This diverse cohort of artists explores the poetry and music of Calma Carmona. A stunning showcase of contemporary art, cultural diversity, and the intersection of different art forms.

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Paradox
Juried by Alton Dulaney, this exhibition draws artists from all over the Sawyer Yards campus who explore life's apparent contradictions.

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Loriana Espinel: Dance of Gestures
Houston-based Colombian artist Loriana Espinel takes inspiration from the pre-Columbian pictographs of the Chiribiquete National Park in Colombia, as well as Japanese and European calligraphic styles to develop a new visual system.

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Earl Staley: The Machine
A powerful selection of paintings from long-time Houston artist, Earl Staley.

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After the Storm: Art Renewal
Adam Land, a contemporary abstract artist based in Houston, brings a transformative vision to life by creating the visual cycle of a storm through captivating pieces.

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Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes
Sabine Street Studios present works incorporating the ideas of time, change, and reflection, connecting the past and the present

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