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ARTCRAWL 2018 BUILDINGS

UHD1)       University of Houston Downtown: One Main Street

UHD provides students with top quality academic programs that are both flexible and affordable. A diverse institution that focuses on providing real opportunities that change lives for the better. www.dt.uh.edu

The new bike trails lead to the UHD as well as the Metro light rail. If you driving by car to the Artcrawl UHD is graciuosly contributing by opening several of their parking lots for artcrawl visitors. Start your artcrawl Saturday by parking free @UHD & visiting The intimate OKane art gallery which is featuring UHD Faculty Show.
Walk out of the gallery & walk over the infrastructure artwork of magnificent "granny rug" sculptures of mark mancuso. Once outside, look to your right from the belvedere balcony for a grandiose skyline view of houston. Head to the heart of the Artcrawl by walking north along street & peak over the ledge to see the confluence of White oak bayou & Buffalo Bayou. Turn right off the Main street bridge onto Wood street and head to the heart of the art of the Artcrawl.

This year O'Kane Gallery is featuring Sense of Home: The Art of Richard Stout

Sense of Home is a traveling exhibition organized by the Art Museum of Southeast Texas in Beaumont, Texas. The show premiered in the Art Museum of Southeast Texas in 2017 and was subsequently exhibited at the Art Museum of South Texas in Corpus Christi. The exhibition makes its final stop at the O'Kane Gallery, University of Houston-Downtown. It showcases one of Texas's most significant artists to emerge from the last century and includes paintings and sculptures produced since the mid-1950s.

....FREE Parking for artcrawl houston guests 10 am - 10 pm Saturday. UHD directions.

O'Kane Gallery , Richard Stout .

 

motherDogStudios.jpg 2)       Mother Dog Studios: 720 Walnut

*Mother Dog Studios is the oldest surviving artists studios warehouse space in Houston. Surrounded by universities, cathedrals, jails, warehouses, architectural sculptures and skyscrapers somewhere in the natural forest and the cultural forest Mother Dog Studios is unequivocally in the heart of the vortex of the 4th largest city in the United States. Founded in 1984 by Charlie Jean Sartwelle and John Runnels, it is a 22,000 square foot warehouse with 25 artist studios and an expansive exhibition space called the Mother Dog Museum of Modern Art…

Featured In & On the Halls & Walls of Mother Dog Studios for ArtCrawlHouston 2018 "Body Language Figures of speech"

"the best picture of the human soul is the human body." george bernard shaw

Martin Amorous, Katy Anderson, Casey Arquelles Gregory, Yousef Balat, Suzanne Banning,Tanna Bennett, Mercedes Black, Andreś Carrette, Martha Carson, Fernando Casas, Juan A. Castillo, Jooyong Choi, Liz Conces Spencer, Marti Corn, Thedra Cullar-Ledford, Elena Cusi Wortham, Zoanna Daluz Maney, Stephanie Darling, Peter Dickson, Alix Dunn, Leslie Field, Vicki Fowler, Jo Ann Fleischhauer, Ken Frederick, Hazel Ganze, Dixie Friend Gay, Martha Gibson, Matthew C Glover, Tim Glover, Ron Gordon, Mitch Samuels grystar, Tristan Hadley, Clarke Halstean, Mary Margaret Hansen, Anne Reese Hernandez, Gene Hester, C B Hodges, Andy Howell, Daniel Johnston, Solomon Kane, Stephen P. Keller, Sharon Kopriva, George Krause, Joan Laughlin, Steven Lesser, Marguerite Locke, Ken Mazzu, Lynet McDonald, Trina McIsaac, Patrick Medrano, Dana Meyer, Pizo Meyer,Kelly S. Moran, Jim Nolan, Carrie Olsen, Sherry Owens, Linda Post, Sarah Reavis, Keith Roy, John Runnels, Charlie Jean Sartwelle, Louise Schlachter, Tim Schneider, Beth Secor, John Slaby, Tra' Slaughter, T. Smith, Becky Soria, Earl Staley, Clint Stone, Anthony Suber, Emily Rensink Taylor, Cressandra Thibodeaux, Leslie Williams, Jo Zider, Gary Zin.

 

 

 

fifthward hotel

3)       Fifth Ward Hotel: 1206 Nance

The former Fifth Ward Hotel building at 1206 Nance Street is a near-miraculous survivor of Victorian commercial architecture in Houston. Built in 1883 as a hotel, it was three stories tall with load bearing masonry walls of locally produced brick and cast iron columns supporting timber framed floors. By 1915 the hotel had closed and the building saw a succession uses. During the 1950s the two upper floors were removed because the masonry walls were near the point of collapse and the remainder of the historic building was concealed behind sheet metal siding. After a disastrous electrical fire in 1993 the last owner abandoned it. The structure was sensitively rehabilitated in 2002 by Rice Construction Company in consultation with historic preservationist Anna Mod.

In 2003 Michael Morton, AIA of m ARCHITECTS reconfigured the interior for use as an architecture studio and art gallery.

This Year m Architects will feature artist Sara Moons

Sara Moons is an abstract expressionist artist and an art educator, living in Montgomery, Texas. She lives and works from her lakefront home studio, lovingly dubbed Whimsy Lake, with her husband and three children. Sara works with a variety of mediums, primarily in acrylic and oil pastel. She is inspired by the spontaneity of children, the wonder of nature, and the power of music.

m ARCHITECTS, Sara Moons .

 

 

eriecity 4)       Erie City Iron Works: 1305 Sterrett & 1310 Nance

*Erie City Iron Works dates back to 1906 and used to be a iron foundry warehouse where metal was delivered by railroad and stored until it was sold to builders. The metal used to build Houston came through here first. The warehouse has been converted into lofts. Some artists live there, using their places as studios to showcase their work. The other tenants are up-and-coming businesses.

 

 

Omar Hernandez, Bisong Art Gallery, Los Muertos Tattoos Studio .... .

 

SterrettStreetStudios.jpg5)     Sterrett Street Studios: 1401 Sterrett Street

 

*The Sterrett Street Studios Building is managed by Paul Langley Company in San Francisco, Ca. Primarily a space for music production and the visual arts, Sterrett Street Studios Building houses various business and retail spaces from bakery to barber shop. For the ArtcrawlHouston, Wagner ArtSpace and Studio is a visual art space approximate 1400 sq. ft., found on the first floor, just behind the palm tree.

Walter Wagner.

 

 

m4nl6)    M4NL Warehouse : 805 Hardy Street

* Together, we can make Art powerful Medicine
 Fast Equip. Rental Inc.  DBA - M4NL    Fast Equipment Rental, Sawing, Cutting and Drilling business established in early 70’s by Homer Allison a.k.a. “Fast Floyd”.  Provided equipment and certified specialist in demolition and restoration projects for historical landmarks.   June 2001 the Allison family business closed the doors after Tropical Storm Allison. The warehouse was empty until March 2011 when Pat Allison dedicated the business for something different.  
We Provide Equipment for “Breaking through Walls.” We Supply Tools to “Dig Deep and Re-lay Strong Foundations.”
“We Make Art & Music Powerful Medicine!”

. Facebook Encounter  Calendar

Pat Allison ,Jose Meenr Arredondo, Dayna Bickham, Missions 4 New LIfe ,Jajah Gray, Zink X Lashley.

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eastdownWarehouse.JPG7)    Houston Underground : 850 McKee

*Public & Private Events: Fundraisers, Benefits, Art & Craft Shows e.g. Vintage Events etc.

An intimate music venue with tables inside (of varying sizes.) The bar/patio is great for any cocktail event. With tables, banquetes and barstools this area creates an exclusive atmosphere perfect to share with co-workers and friends for an after work Happy Hour Party.

Free Parking up to- 8pm

 

 

 

Hardy&Nance8)       Hardy & Nance Studios: 902 Hardy Street

Hardy Street Studios now joins Nance Street Studios in Houston's historic, downtown art/warehouse district to provide 15,000sf of good, affordable, air-conditioned working space for area artists. All under one big roof. It is already home to painters, sculptors, jewelry makers, fabric artists, photographers & videographers, and the space will accommodate most visual arts media.

Nesreen Alawami, Aziz Anzabi, JJ Baker , Robin Baker, Alex Barber, Lee Ann Barlow, Marlyn Balke - Lowry, Vince Blasco, Lindsay Burck, Laura Burlton, George Celnicker, Kelly Devine, Darryl Fett, Jamey Franklin, Judit German-Heins, Meighgan Gladden, Rachel Goodman, Lisa Goodrich, Heather Gordy, Charlotte Griffiths, Jill Hakala, Charlie Hardwick, JP Hartman, Kenneth Hudson, Naz Kaya-Erdal, Mic Mcallister, Matt Messinger, Mike (PeeZee) P., No-L, Lizbeth Ortiz, Abbie Preston, Claire Richards, Leslie Roades, Lanecia Rouse, Diana Simonetta, Stäcy Smith, Elena Sandovici,Heather Taylor, Scott Tarbox, Blue One Thirty, Donald Tucker, Brandi Untz, Jenny Wilde, Rome Wilkerson, Julie Zarate.

 

 

david adickes 9)       David Adickes Sculpture Studio: 2401 Nance

From KUHT in Houston "To be president, they say you need a big head. Inspired after a visit to Mount Rushmore, Houston artist David Adickes decided that the only way to appreciate the details of the facial features of those monumental carvings up close was to create his own. He sculpted 43 enormous busts – one of each American president – and they are all on view outside his studio in Texas."

Explore Broad & High for fun Video.

David Adickes will have his Sculpture Studio open - visitors can get face-to-face with his giant presidential heads! Great photo ops

David Adickes

 

elderStreet 10)     Elder Street Artist Lofts: 1101 Elder Street

The Elder Street Artist Lofts are located at the historic Jefferson Davis Hospital. Renovation on the building was completed in 2005 and is currently home and studio to many of Houston’s fine artists, musicians, and performers. The Elder Street Artist Lofts house 34 studio/dwelling units with original terrazzo floors, high ceilings, and large windows offering artist a beautifully unique space to focus on creating new work within an arts community setting with the best rooftop view of the downtown Houston skyline.

Completed in 1924, the Jefferson Davis Hospital is a handsome red brick structure in the Classical Revival style. Houston's rapid growth soon rendered it inadequate, however, and in 1938 a new hospital replaced it. Over the years, the building housed a variety of tenants, but it had stood vacant for 20 years before Artspace and Avenue CDC provided services leading to the Elder Street Artist Lofts.

John Atlas, Robert Avila, Jeremy Benson, Craig Bowen, Scott Campbell, Lindsay Halpin, Jaime Hedden, Eric Hulsey, Ludmila Ivanova, Heather Johnson, Monica Kressman Luna, Jennifer Lee, Mauro Luna, Sean Maloney, Patricio Marin, Pizo Meyer, Lizzy Parker, Catfish Perez, Claire Richards, Tré Ridings, Dana Samuelson, Derek Shumate, Tra Slaughter, Candis Smith, Kaneem Smith, Samantha Tisci, Sy Tran, Dandee Warhol.

 

UpArtStudio

11)    Up Art Studio 104 Main Street

UP Art Studio is a Houston, Texas-based design-house that facilitates art and design projects for urban and contemporary artists, communities, corporations, and municipalities. The studio’s mission is Civic Pride through Civic Art, and they work on projects that educate, move and engage communities through public art.

UP Art Studio is a for-profit organization with a huge focus on non-profit projects, via a fiscal Sponsorship agreement with Fresh Arts (donations to many of its projects are tax-deductible). UP Art Studio specializes in public art projects, mural and art commissions, design services, project management, event planning, photography, and artist collaborations.

UP Art Studio was founded in 2012 by Noah and Elia Quiles, a husband and wife team passionate about public art. For more info: http://www.upartstudio.org or Instagram @upartstudio.

 

 

Elia Quiles, Noah Quilez

 

  notsouH

12)    notsouH: 314 Main Street

ArtCrawlHouston2018 is happy to include notsouH

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"Owner Jim Pirtle's iconic downtown bar, music and art/performance venue Notsuoh (Houston spelled backwards) has by this time achieved a legendary, almost mythical reputation for weirdness. One of the employees we spoke with called the place an electric art dive, while Pirtle himself says the space is the result of a marriage between a historical building more than 100 years old with the collection of a thrift-store junkie. Just some of the wonders to behold include old bicycles hanging from the rafters, nude female mannequins turned into works of art, a knight's armor, and an old piano encrusted with what appears to be some kind of gems, remains of a stained glass window, dominoes, and assorted other trinkets. ..." via Houston Press

Scott Calhoun, Robert Catalusci, Renee Cruz, Otis Euban, Rick Lowe, David McGhee, Ike Morgan ,Nick Patinyot, Ron Smith, Norman Umstead, Dick Wray.

 

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13)     Federal Reserve Building / Harambee Art Gallery: 1301 Texas Ave.

*Harambee Art Gallery is located inside of the Historic Houston Area Urban League since 2013. Houston Area Urban League, a non-profit organization purchased and renovated the building as its headquarters and central training facility in 1996. Houston became home to the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas branch in 1919 at current Houston Area Urban League. The building was constructed in 1922 and operated as the bank until 1956. Over the next forty years, the beautifully architecture building housed privately owned businesses, and continues to do so today.

Harambee Art Gallery will make its first appearance in ArtCrawlHouston by highlighting The Arts of Diversity. This Experience, Curated By Artist and Gallery Founder, Charles Washington Will Give Patrons An Opportunity To Experience The Arts With The Five Senses At Historic Houston Area Urban League. Patrons Are Free to Roam at Leisure in Designated Exhibit and Vendor Areas to Experience an Art exhibit, Live Entertainment, Food, And Beverage Experience Plus a Kid’s Corner.

Photo Credit -Mario Gonzales PDMG Studios

Harambee Art Gallery , LaZetta Bryant,Kenisha 'Ken' Coleman , Brionya James,Mathieu Jn Baptiste, Charles Washington, .

 

 

studio2020 14)     2020 Commerce / DeerSlug Studios: 2020 Commerce

*Deerslug Studio is a working artist studio which features the works of artist Stephanie Gonzalez,a local full time artist who creates works using unconventional materials. and Chris Gercham.

DeerSlug Studios, Moonmoon Alchemist, Nicholas Super Flake, Stephanie Gonzalez, Kayce Hirschfelder, Christoper Gerchman, Jennifer Lidiak, Nicholas Nabors.

 

 

studio202015)     Houston Media Source: 410 Roberts Street

Houston MediaSource (HMS) is home to Houston’s public access TV and radio stations, which feature content that is produced by the community and for the community. HMS provides Houstonians with all of the resources needed to make their own shows - cameras, lights, microphones, etc. - plus all of the necessary training. When you walk into HMS, all you need is an idea. more information

Houston Media Source Alex Saenz Jr., Tom Richards.

 

 

SHFLOutside.jpg 16)     Super Happy Fun Land: 3801 Polk Street

Super Happy Fun Land is Houston's venue for experimental electronic music, underground jazz, and outsider art! Featuring: Super Happy Theater with room for 290 folks, SHFL Art Gallery,Super Fun Patio, and SHFL Lending Library.A great place for fund raisers and private parties!

Brian Arthur, Olivia Dvorak, Ken Jones.

 

JoMarVisions

17)     Custom Space / JoMarVisions: 5301 Polk Street Bldg 14

After 2 years not participating in ArtCrawl due to the new location, we are now extremely excited to have secured a space for this ArtCrawl 2018. Everyone is invited to visit us at Custom Space at 5301 Polk St. during the event!

"Founded in May 2010, JoMar Visions spanned the areas of service from photography, graphic design, fine art representation of the founders' fine art, Joana Esteves and Mark Roden; growing quickly to other areas of supporting the Houston Art Community and giving chances to artists that otherwise might find difficult to find venues to exhibit/perform their works.

The hosting of art events and representation and support of other artists started with Houston ArtCrawl 2010 as part of Hardy & Nance Studios, jump starting the many incredible events that JoMar Visions enthusiastically continues to organize, focusing on other hidden emerging talents and also well known established names within the art community. JoMar Visions was awarded best Houston Art gallery 2014 and 2015 by the A-list voters.

"JoMar Visions was born from wanting to see beauty and happiness in people's lives, from wanting to see dreams into reality. Whether they are our photography clients or the artists we represent, the people involved in the events we organize, the musicians and even the bartenders or any of our guests and art patrons, we try to make dreams come true and bring beauty into people's lives."

After 5 years running from another studios building, the JoMar Visions team has made a dream come true in late 2015 and has got now its own studios and gallery building in a great location at the Houston Northwest Crossing area. We are currently located at 5249 Langfield Rd. in Houston and welcome anyone to come see our beautiful art space.

JoMarVisions. Chris Alexander, Marlyn Balke - Lowry, Joana Esteves, Orlando Guillen, Annie McAnlay, Daniela Pasqualini, Bryan Reese, Mark Roden, Olga Saldivar, Carthel Smejkal, Lola Stardust, Katrina Tan, Nan Toole, Trisha Trevino Hobdy, Charles Wallis.

 

Canal Street Studios

 18)     Canal Street Studios: 5210 Canal Street

The renovated Houston Pattern Works building circa 1945 has been a landmark for 65 years and in continuing its long-standing tradition of creative ingenuity, Canal Street Studios has emerged. The multi-media complex offers creative studio space for photographers, designers, and fine artists.

Canal Street Studios, Colton Canava, Gerard Harrison, Vernita Hoyt, P.A. Mueller.

 

 

silo 19)     The Silo: 4601 Clinton Drive / 415 Schweikhardt St Farm Gate 711 N. Emile St.

The- SILO was voted the best alternative music venue by Houston Press 2013.

We have an organic farm run by the The Last Organic Outpost,Horses, Maker spaces, Cactus Garden., performance areas, ARTCAR RETIREMENT HOME, video & movie sets, playground, recycling, woodshop and warehousing.Come visit our 8 acre wonderland during ArtCrawl.

THE SILO was born from the ashes of the original Comet Rice Mill. A unique venue for the arts and education. Home of the "Greener Institute of Sustainable Technologies" A hybrid place that fosters creativity and allow for new frontiers of expression and learning. Current and Past programs feature: Urban Farming, Film production, Movie viewing, Music, Videos, Weddings, Receptions, Photo Shoots, Memorials, Parties, Classes and Workshops all on our 8 acres. Come for a visit and sit a spell.

The Silo, Gerardo Bolanos, Kenneth Crimmins, Erik Croissant, Arianna Leigh, Steve Mathis Sr., Sabrina Leal Sloss, LaToya Smith .

 

 



 
 

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