City of Houston Parking Management Division “Art Meters”
Houston Warehouse District and Washington Ave.
Gumball Machine by Ketria Scott, on block 1400 on Nance St.
Car & Meter History by Devon Moore, on block 1300 on Nance St.
Found Art by David Medina, on block 1300 on Sterrett St.
Wind Blown Meters by Anthony Shumate, on block 1200 on Sterrett St.
Urban-Over-Growth-Spring by Troy Stanley, at 5111 Washington Ave.
Urban-Over-Growth-Summer by Troy Stanley, at 2208 Washington Ave.
Urban-Over-Growth-Fall by Troy Stanley, at 2207 Washington Ave.
Show Dates: Ongoing
6822 Rowan Ln.
havelruckprojects.wixsite.com/havel-ruck-projects / 713.861.2732
Artists: Havel Ruck Projects (Dan Havel, Dean Ruck)
Please Note: The house project is visible from the exterior only and will be open daily, for public viewing, prior to its imminent demolition.
Reception: October 22, 2016, 12 – 8 p.m.
1400 Memorial Dr.
houstontx.gov/parks/artinparks/policeofficersmemorial.html / 713.837.0311
Artist: Jesús Moroles
Show Dates: Ongoing, open daily
805 Avenue B, Katy, TX 77493
katycam.com / 832.857.1340
The Hands of Time: A Retrospective
Artist: Randall Reid
Reception: September 17, 2016, 5 - 7 p.m.
Show Dates: September 14 - November 6, 2016
720 Walnut St.
home.earthlink.net/~motherdogstudios/motherdogstudios / 713.229.9760
VOICES of TREES : A Forest of Artwork
Curated by John Runnels
Artists: Tanna Bennett, Carter Ernst, Jo Ann Fleischhauer, Jeff Forster, Hazel Ganze, Tim Glover, Tommy Gregory, Tristan Hadley, Michael Horvath, Bill Meek, Grace Phillips, Sam Rhea, John Runnels, Charlie Jean Sartwelle, James Surls, Wayne Trinklein, Greg Weismantel, Helena Gijsbers van Wijik, Kathy Wood, Elena Cusi Wortham and Jo Zider
Reception: November 19, 2016, 10 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Show Dates: October 15, 2016 - February 14, 2017
1502 Alabama St.
stationmuseum.com / 713.529.6900
Artists: Regina Agu, Noah Edmundson, Robert Hodge, Jesse Lott, Gabriel Martinez, Lovie Olivia, Forrest Prince, Kaneem Smith and Alabama Song
Reception: November 5, 2016, 7 p.m.
Show Dates: November 5, 2016 - February 5, 2017
Texas Southern University Museum + John T. Biggers Art Center
3100 Cleburne St, Fairchild Building, 1st Floor
umusetsu.org / 713.313.7145
Terra Cotta Sculptures from the Permanent Collection at TSU
Drawing from the tradition of terracotta sculptures that is traceable to the Nok and Ife of Nigeria, sculpture students of Professor Carroll Harris Simms have created a body of sculptural work that is unique in American culture.
Show Dates: Ongoing
Parking and Directions:
The University Museum is located in the south wing of the Fairchild Building, the oldest building on campus and filled with historic significance. The Museum is directly across from the football field.
To view the Terra Cotta Sculptures walk north, opposite the direction of the football field, from the museum towards Cleburne and Ennis St. Follow the trail to the left, and you will see both the Rollins-Stewart Music and the John T Biggers Art Center against the fence bordering Cleburne.
Parking is available in Lot A at Cleburne and Ennis using the Cleburne visitor’s entrance. Parking is also available in Lot L at Blodgett and Ennis using the Blodgett visitor’s entrance. Validated parking is available for all visitors to the museum.
7800 Airport Blvd.
Special Event: Meet at Libbie Masterson’s Ethereal Sky, a glass mosaic near Southwest Airlines ticketing. From there, guests will be guided to a reception under Luca Buvoli’s Vector HH. (This work is before the airport’s TSA checkpoint and easily accessible to the general public.) From this point, Houston Airport System staff will host a tour of the City of Houston Art Collection at William P. Hobby Airport. Parking will be validated.
Date: October 25, 2016, 5:30 - 6:30 p.m.