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Screening by Lawndale Artist Studio Program Resident David Politzer:
Digital Pariah - a Video Portrait of Terrance Cummings
March 22, 2012
Digital Pariah is a feature-length documentary by 2011-2012 Lawndale Artist Studio Program participant David Politzer about Terrance Cummings, a 34 year-old African American man living with Asperger's Syndrome. Terrance is unemployed and stuck in Youngstown, OH during an economic recession. The video follows him as he (occasionally) looks for work, but mostly plays video games and muses about his life.
Bayou City Art Festival
March 23 - 25, 2012
10 AM - 6 PM daily
at Memorial Park
As a Non-Profit Partner of the Art Colony Association, Lawndale Art Center hosts a booth in the Creative Zone of the Bayou City Art Festival. Lawndale Art Center's booth offers a fun and easy art activity for children visiting the festival.
Exhibitions on View
through April 14, 2012
Participating in the FotoFest 2012 Biennial
LOW IMPACT (RESISTANCE TO FLOW/THISISBOBDYLANTOME) SUBJECT TO CHANGE | Jim Nolan & Linda Post
Opening night performance featuring: Daniel Adame, Shanon Adams, Tina Shariffskul and Prudence Sun
The Photographic Mirror | Curated by Curated by Chuy Benitez
Work by Ben Aqua, Shelley Calton, Alejandro Cartagena, Brittney Connelly, Morgan Ford, Michael Gault, Alex Goss, Joel Hernandez, Allyson Klutenkamper, Qian Ma, Will Michels, Candace Moore, Lupita Murillo Tinnen, Kristy Peet, Chisum Pierce and Tala Vahabzadeh
You, Me & Diane | Emily Peacock
Scroll | Randall McCabe
DESIGN FAIR 2012
April 25-29, 2012
Design Fair 2012 features vintage modern objects of the 20th century as well as examples of cutting-edge contemporary design. A wide selection of carefully curated items will be available for purchase as part of the Design Fair, including furniture, glass, ceramics, lighting, books, metalwork and fashion. Visitors to the Fair will be able to meet the designers and exhibitors for an up-close and personal look at the pace-setting designs of today and the mid-20th century.
The Texas Co-Op, a special section of the Fair, features individual Texas-based designers. 2012 Curator, Garrett Hunter invited individual designers to offer specific products. These new and emerging product lines currently are in small-scale production and represent innovations in industrial and object design today.
Curator: Garrett Hunter
Wednesday, April 25, 6:30 PM
Evan Lobel - Important Design from the 70's and 80's
Brown Auditorium, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
Sponsored by Poggenpohl Design Studio. Presented in partnership with The Design Council at The MFAH.
Preview Party & Sale
Friday, April 27, 6 PM-9 PM
Co-Chairs: Courtnay and Mark Elias, George Lancaster, and Michael Landrum
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Saturday, April 28 & Sunday, April 29
10 AM-5 PM
Spend the weekend in the park with Lawndale during Bayou City Art Festival, Memorial Park, March 23 - 25, 2012.
Proceeds from the Festival benefit non-profit partners like Lawndale Art Center! In exchange, we present an educational art activity in the Creative Zone, and help staff the Festival with fabulous volunteers like you.
|In Memory of Mark Aguhar|
May 16, 1987 - March 12, 2012
We are saddened by the sudden loss of artist Mark Aguhar. We had the pleasure of working with Mark at Lawndale for the exhibition M4M in January 2011, in what she described as a continuation of her exploration of queer expression and what it means to have grown up gay on the internet (Mark's preferred pronouns were they/she). Mark was born and raised in Houston, TX and received a BFA from the University of Texas at Austin and was enrolled in the MFA program at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Mark was author of the tumblr calloutqueen, where she continued to confront issues of sexuality, gender and identity.
Video Stills, 2010
Gouache, watercolor, pencil & ink on paper
8" x 5"
The loss of Mark is a reminder of the many individuals we have had the opportunity to work with at Lawndale at a very early stage of their development as an artist and of the connections and friendships we continue to build with one another. Mark will truly be missed. Our sincerest thoughts go out to Marks' family and friends.