November 1, 2017 Art

Connecting the Silos an Artist INC- Houston Group Showcase

Connecting the Silos, is an interdisciplinary group show featuring new collaborative works by twenty-seven Houston-based visual and performing artists with disciplines ranging from music, film, dance, public art, photography, fashion, and painting. The collaborative nature of the exhibition will result in a dynamic multi-media showcase of installation and performance art.

Participating artists are 2017 graduates of Fresh Arts’ Artist INC-Houston program. Through Artist INC-Houston, these artists – selected through a juried process – gathered for one night a week for eight weeks to learn business skills specific to their art practice and apply those skills cooperatively with their peers. Artist INC ended in May 2017, but the artists who participated requested an opportunity to present work with their newly-discovered peers across disciplines.  This is how Connecting the Silos was born.

Opening Reception (NEW DATE):
Wednesday, November 8, 6-8pm
Performances and Artist Talks to be announced

Public Viewing Hours:

November 1-December 13, 2017

Monday-Saturday, 9am-6pm


The Silos on Sawyer // Gallery 100

1502 Sawyer Street, Houston, TX 77007

Public viewing hours: 9am-6pm

Exhibition participants

Khalil AbuSharekh // Khrystyna Balushka // Aaron Jaymes Booker // Eepi Chaad // Adam Vincent Clay // Luisa Duarte // Karen Eisele // Hedwige Jacobs // Claire Drennan Jarvis // Mathieu JN Baptiste // Elaine Kuckertz // Melanie Loew // David Maldonado // Pat McEnery // Edgar Medina // Tami Merrick // Corine Michel // Mollie Miller // Karen Navarro // Roberta Paixao Cortes // Nathan Parmer // Outspoken Bean // Cary Reeder // Dominique Royem // Y. E. Torres  // Suzanne L Woodbury // Lori Yuill

This exhibition was made possible with the generous support from the City of Houston through Houston Arts Alliance. 

Artist INC Houston is administered by Fresh Arts and is supported in part by an award from Mid-America Arts Alliance, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Texas Commission on the Arts, and foundations, corporations individuals throughout Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, and Texas.

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