Project Row Houses is a non-profit arts organization established by African-American artists and community activists in Houston's Third Ward.
Not many people would think of the Core Residency Program as an artist-run residency, but to some extent it is. Joseph Havel is an artist who has been directing the Glassell School and Core residency for over twenty years.
Liz Magic Laser's Diverseworks commission "Tell Me What You Want to Hear" began by enlisting professional empathy conjurers to cull, perform, and refine their methods of influencing public opinion.
Autumn Knight’s work is among the most dynamic, interesting, and under appreciated happening in Houston.
Andrea Grover moved to Houston in 1995 to attend the Core Program. Shortly after, she founded the Aurora Picture Show. Andrea has much to say about the playfulness and DIY spirit of the Houston art scene and reveals the secret of running a successful program at Aurora.
The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts has an interdisciplinary and collaborative focus that is very unique in Houston and nationally.
Founded five years ago by artist Teresa O’Connor, Hello-Lucky is a great store in Houston full of handmade items by artists.
Eric Schnell discusses co-founding the Galveston Artist Residency which provides a studio, housing, stipend, and a bike to artists in residence.