Houston Center for Contemporary Craft

The purpose of the Center is to advance education about the process, product and history of craft, with an emphasis on crafts made of fiber, metal, glass, clay and wood. There are two exhibit galleries, a retail gallery and studio space for use by artists in residence. The exhibition galleries feature changing exhibits in many media. The retail gallery features one of a kind … [Read more...]

Jim Sanborn Light Sculpture – A,A

The official name of this artwork is A,A. Artist Jim Sanborn took more than a year to complete the work, and it is composed of portions of poems, novels and prose written in many different languages, including Chinese, Spanish, Russian and Arabic. Located on the University of Houston campus, the sculpture is most interesting after dark, when a projector casts lights through … [Read more...]

Houston Neon

. You can find neon in unexpected places around Houston, including a church founded by freed slaves. Here are some Houston neon photos to give you a peek at some of the neon you can find around town. You can see lots more Houston neon photos in the Houston Neon photo group on flickr. . . Houston Carnival Image Credit: Cordey | CC BY 2.0 … [Read more...]

Project Row Houses

Project Row Houses renovated 22 shotgun houses in the Third Ward and created programs to serve the community. The Project has since grown to 40 properties from the original 22, including twelve artist exhibition and/or residency spaces, seven houses for young mothers, artist residencies, office spaces, a community gallery, a park, low-income residential and commercial … [Read more...]