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Summit Schedule and Presenters


  Early-bird Registration now open!  

Scholarship opportunities are available. Deadline is June 21, 2019.

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2019 SCHEDULE AT-A-GLANCE (detailed schedule below)



Friday, July 19th Saturday, July 20th
10:00AM - 2:00PM 8:30AM - 9:30AM
Arts Resource Expo Summit Check-In + Community Breakfast
Hosted in partnership with HAA
Free + Open to the Public 9:30PM - 10:00AM
Morning Plenary
NOON- 2:00PM 10:00AM - 11:15AM
Summit Registration/ Check-In Breakout Period D
Open Networking 4 Concurrent Sessions
11:30AM - 12:45PM
2:00PM - 3:00PM Breakout Period E
Welcome + Opening Exercise 4 Concurrent Sessions
3:00PM - 3:40PM
Mini Breakout Period A 12:45P - 2:00PM
Lunch Break
3:50PM - 4:30PM Large Group Discussion
Mini Breakout Period B
4:40PM - 5:20PM 2:15PM - 3:30PM
Mini Breakout Period C Breakout Period F
4 Concurrent Sessions
5:30PM -7:00PM
Cocktail Reception 3:45PM - 5:00PM
Keynote Presentations Breakout Period G
4 Concurrent Sessions
7:30PM - 8:45PM 5:15PM - 6:30PM
Mentor Power Hour Dine Arounds Closing Remarks
Optional Happy Hour


  $125 Early-bird Registration

Includes 2-day conference pass, meals and snacks, and all summit materials.


REGISTER HERE




SUMMIT SESSION SCHEDULE

Stay tuned for updates!

Friday
3:00PM - 3:40PM

Session A1 

Experience Sharing

Creative Career Paths 

There’s no one way to become an artist; we each come to our creative practice through our personal journeys and motivations. Artists will share their stories in how they came into their artistic practice and, hopefully, motivate others to appreciate theirs. 


Session A2

Creative Self-Care

Art & Healing

with Carla Sue and Eepi Chaad

The role of art in the healing processes is vital for many, combining the artistic and the medical worlds in creative ways. Artists will discuss how mental/physical health plays an integral role in their creative and/or administrative practices.


3:50PM - 4:30PM

Session B1

Experience Sharing

Why Go for Grants, Residencies, and/or Fellowships? 

with Moe Penders and Julia Barbosa Landois

You’ve heard of all these grants, residencies, and fellowships, but what do they even do? These local artists have received said opportunities, in Houston, and will discuss the application process, pros, cons, and what they were able to do with their funds and/or space. 


Session B2

Creative Self-Care

Is selling your art selling your soul?

Can you make money off your art without compromising your art credentials? These artists know so! This roundtable will facilitate a discussion regarding what artists really mean when fearing “selling their soul.”


4:40PM - 5:20PM

Session C

Arts Resources 

No one organization holds all the resources, so we invited as many as we could to talk about who they serve and how. This session will cap off Friday’s breakout periods to get attendees on the same page as to what Houston has to offer for artists. 


Saturday
10:00AM - 11:15AM

Session D1

Finance

Financial Literacy 

with Frost Bank

A Frost Community Representative will teach a class from their FDIC Money Smart Curriculum titled ‘Money Matters.’ Participants learn about how to manage money by preparing a personal spending plan and identifying ways to decrease spending and increase income. 


Session D2

Legal

Copyrights 

with Erin McClarty

What is a copyright? How do I get one? When does it start? What’s eligible for copyright? All these questions, and more, will be answered by legal expert and lawyer Erin McClarty. She will also address additional ways an artist can protect their creative endeavors. 


Session D3

Marketing

Step Up Your Instagram Game 

with Ellyse Espinoza

Social Media expert Ellyse Espinoza will provide an overview of successful marketing strategies for artists and creative entrepreneurs, such as: visual branding and how to incorporate it with social media; identifying your unique target audience; attracting followers and creating engagement on social media; and marketing items that artists need (business cards, media kit, elevator speech, networking plan, etc.)


Session D4

Essentials

Resume/CV/Portfolio Basics 

You have work, experience, and exhibitions to your name, but how do you show that to others? What’s the difference between a resume, CV, and portfolio, anyways? This session will go over best practices on how to build and structure your creative history into a presentable format and which template suits your needs best.


Session D5

Peer Learning Roundtable

Goal Setting 

with Eepi Chaad

What are your goals for the next year? 5 years? 10 years? Participate in this discussion to get some guidance, inspiration, and/or affirmation on how to best plan for your creative practice, whether it be realistically, financially, logistically, or spiritually.


11:30AM - 12:45PM

Session E1

Finance

Funding 101 

with Marci Reagan Dallas

Want funding but don’t know where to start? Like, what’s a 501(c)3, and do I need it to apply for grants? This Seminar will cover funding basics by establishing working definitions of common funding terms, options, and their differences. Resources on where to find and how to apply for funds will also be explored.


Session E2

Legal

Contracts 

with Erin McClarty

Put it in writing! Legal expert and lawyer Erin McClarty will discuss what to consider when writing a contract for creative endeavors, what should be in every contract, and other typical provisions. 


Session E3

Marketing

Essentials of PR + Digital Marketing for Artists

with Medley, Inc.

This session will cover essential tools to launch an effective PR campaign, along with a digital strategy to compliment your earned media efforts. We will cover: essential marketing collateral needed prior to launching a campaign; best practices on pitching to the press; free tools to discover media opportunities; top tips on managing and streamlining social media efforts; and key strategies for artist and arts organizations online.


Session E4

Essentials

A Fresh Arts Resources Introduction & Discussion 

with Reyes Ramirez

Fresh Arts has undergone some changes within the last few years, but we’ve always stayed consistent in providing resources and programming to Houston artists. Programs Outreach Coordinator Reyes Ramirez will provide an overview of Fresh Arts’ programs, continuing and new, and lead a conversation as to how to best use them to your advantage. Ideal for Houston-based creatives.


Session E5

Peer Learning Roundtable

DIY Event Planning 

with Deborah DEEP Mouton

If you want it done right, you have to do it yourself. Some events just don’t vibe in a traditional art space or fulfill typical modes of artistic practices, thus barring them from institutional support. Members of this panel have organized and/or founded arts-centered events, either from scratch or minimal resources, and will discuss pros, cons, best practices, and what to keep in mind if you ever feel so adventurous. 


2:15PM - 3:30PM

Session F1

Finance

The Art of Taxes 

with Kathy Ploch

Structured with artists in mind, this seminar is designed to walk you through your tax return, addressing common artist concerns and important IRS regulations pertaining to creative practices. Topics covered include: What it means to be self-employed/independent contractor; What the self-employment tax is and how it is paid; Keeping records of income and expenses; Which expenses are deductible; What is needed to prepare your taxes; etc. 


Session F2

Legal

Fiscal Sponsorship 

with Jessica Dodington

Fundraise like a nonprofit without the administrative burden so you can focus on what's really important: Your project! Fresh Arts offers a fiscal sponsorship program which allows artists and arts organizations to create methods to support our creative community outside of traditional nonprofit models. Fiscal Sponsorship Manager Jessica Dodington will discuss how this model can be of great use to artists in Houston.


Session F3

Marketing

Email Marketing Campaigns 

Do you collect emails of those who visit your studio/event/shop/etc.? Sending out emails about your projects, exhibitions, fundraisers, products, etc. is one important tactic to maintaining contact with your supporters and potential collectors. This session will cover strategies and best practices in producing targeted email campaigns that build brand awareness and keep your fans in tune with you.


Session F4

Essentials

Applications 101 

with Yeiry Guevara

Grants, fellowships, residencies, etc. etc. They all require an application, but where do you even start? Artist, writer, and Grants Manager for Houston Arts Alliance Yeiry Guevara will cover application basics by establishing working definitions of common application terms, best practices, and what to look out for when applying for certain opportunities. 


Session F5

Peer Learning Roundtable

Project Networking 

It’s one thing to engage in your creative practice. It’s another thing to collaborate with others, plan an event, or step outside the bounds of your discipline. Get in on this conversation to discuss potential collaborators, ideas, and your expectations for a successful project. You might find someone willing to partner with you, even.


3:45AM - 5:00AM

Session G1

Finance

Project Budgeting 

with Jessica Dodington

You have the idea, excited collaborators, a space in mind, and some possible dates, but what’s it going to cost? Not only do grants often ask for project budgets but having the financial blueprint of your project can make or break your efforts. Fiscal Sponsorship Manager Jessica Dodington will provide budget samples, advice on what to consider, and successful strategies.


Session G2

Legal

Business Planning 101 

According to the NEA, artists are 3.5 times more likely than the total U.S. workforce to be self-employed. X will provide an overview of what artists should keep in mind before opening a business for or going full-time with their creative practice, such as: legal structures, market analysis, services or product lines, financial projections, overhead & profit, etc. 


Session G3

Marketing

SEO Basics & Strategy 

Search Engine Optimization, or SEO, is a marketing discipline focused on growing visibility in organic (non-paid) search engine results. SEO encompasses both the technical and creative elements required to improve rankings, drive traffic, and increase awareness in search engines. This session will provide working definitions and an overview of best practices to make your digital content more findable on major search engines.


Session G4

Essentials

Artist Statement/Biography Workshop 

with Icess Fernandez Rojas

Galleries, publications, grant applications, etc. all ask for artist statements and/or bios and having them at the ready will simplify so many things. Houston writer and professor Icess Fernandez Roja will identify and explain the major considerations when creating an artist’s statement and bio, their differences, and offer insight and feedback on what makes a strong statement/bio. 


Session G5

Peer Learning Roundtable

Behind Closed Doors: Demystifying Evaluation Panels 

with Leslie Contreras Schwartz and Deidre Thomas

You have, or want to, submit to grants, fellowships, residencies, etc. Once you submit your application, though, what happens between then and the results? Members of this panel have served on or assembled evaluation committees and will discuss best practices on what to do and not before hitting send, what to expect, and answer any questions.


SUMMIT PRESENTERS 

(more to be announced)




Ellyse Espinoza is the owner of State Line Designs, a local apparel company and founder of the HTX Boss Babes, a community that hosts festivals and supports female entrepreneurs and creatives around town. She has a background in Graphic Design and started State Line Designs, her first company, at 26 in order to create cute, and comfy sports inspired tees for the city she loves. After only eight months, Ellyse was able to leave her job in education and be a stay at home mom and entrepreneur full time. State Line is going on year five and is just getting started. Ellyse leverages social media to grow her Instagram following and now is one of the most recognized apparel lines in Houston.




Icess Fernandez is a writer, professor, and blogger. She is a graduate of Goddard College's MFA program. Her work has been published in Rabble Lit, Minerva Rising Literary Journal, and the Feminine Collective's anthology Notes from Humanity. Her nonfiction has appeared in Dear Hope, NBCNews.com, HuffPost and the Guardian. She is a recipient of the Owl of Minerva Award, a VONA/Voices of Our Nation Arts Foundation alum, and is also a Kimbilio Fellow. She is currently an Assistant Professor at Lone Star College.




Yeiry Guevara is a creative with extensive experience in the nonprofit sector. Currently, she is the newest Grants Manager for Houston Arts Alliance. Previously, she served as Manager of Consultants and Programs for National Executive Service Corps (NESC). She was responsible for program/volunteer management, data information system and digital marketing campaigns. Yeiry is also a writer, translator and multimedia artist. Her work, which deals with inter-generational healing, identity and memory, has appeared in Bust Magazine, VICE, and Remezcla. Her mediums range from gifs, embroidery, photography and zines. As an engaging public speaker, she has presented at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, Twitter Headquarters, Columbia University, and Zine Fest Houston among many other places. Learn more at www.yeiry.com




Kathy Ploch is a CPA and the Entrepreneurial Services Department Manager at Harper & Pearson Company, P. C. She has been in public accounting preparing all types of taxes for 30 years and has worked with small nonprofit organizations for more than 15 years. Ploch is a past president of the Houston CPA Society as well as Texas Accountants and Lawyers for the Arts (TALA). She is an active volunteer in the VITA program, which offers tax preparation assistance to low-income individuals. Ploch has also offered numerous workshops and talks with Houston Arts Alliance and Fresh Arts. 




In 2008, when social media was newly on the rise, Ashley Small set out on a mission to marry traditional PR with the latest trends in technology. Since then, she has launched a boutique PR and digital marketing agency, Medley Inc., and has worked with organizations such as Major League Baseball, AT&T, The City of Houston and The Rose Houston to meet their marketing goals, specifically geared towards African American and Latino consumers. 

A Google AdWords certified specialist, Ashley has been nationally recognized by Fast Company Magazine, the Canada Broadcast Network, ABC, FOX and more as an expert in business, technology, social media and public relations. She is an alumnus of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program and Leadership Houston as well as one of Houston Business Journal’s 2018 40 under 40 leading professionals and the 2019 HYPE Impact Business Leader award winner.

Miller Outdoor Theatre: Grants for Non-Profits

The Miller Theatre Advisory Board manages an allocation of Hotel Occupancy Tax to support performances in the Free Season. Applications for MTAB funding will be evaluated on how the project will satisfy the MTAB core values:

1. QUALITY is our foremost consideration in selecting performances for the Miller stage. Performances shall be of professional caliber. While MTAB appreciates the crucial role that civic and emerging arts organizations play in the city’s cultural fabric, MTAB’s commitment is to present the finest, most professional performances available.

2. We are committed to serving the many DIVERSE communities of Houston. Programs with cross-over, multi-cultural and multi-generational appeal are particularly encouraged.

 

3. We support performances with BROAD, POPULAR APPEAL. The vastness of the Miller stage and audience area demands that MTAB select performances which will attract a sizeable audience, and support cultural tourism.   MTAB appreciates the fact that many performances, while of a generally accepted “excellent” artistic quality, are nonetheless of a limited audience appeal.  MTAB believes such performances should be presented in more suitable, intimate spaces rather than at a venue as large as MOT.   Conversely, performances with an anticipated attendance of more than 6,000 per night would be more suitable for a venue larger than MOT.   Performances at MOT shall be “family friendly” in content.

 

4. We expect a high level of ACCOUNTABILITY. MTAB funds selected performances on the Miller stage, produced/presented by non-profit organizations who follow sound business practices, regardless of their budget size.  MTAB expects Grantees to follow the rules and regulations of the grant process and of the theatre facility.  Grantees not in compliance may face reduction and/or elimination of future funding.

 

5. We fund programs that are COST-EFFECTIVE in audience reach.Although quality is the number one consideration for performances at Miller, MTAB also pays close attention to the program’s cost for audience reached by measuring “per capita” yield for MTAB funds.   With considerations for weather allowed, a Grantee whose event’s per capita funding exceeds average per caps for similar events may find future funding reduced or eliminated.  Also, while MTAB does provide marketing support in the form of the season calendar, the web site, and regular notices to the media, the responsibility for primary marketing of the event is with the Grantee.

 

To review the 2020 Evaluation Criteria, click here.

Due Date: Jul 26, 2019
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Cultured Cocktails benefiting This Side of the Rainbow

Since its inception in 2018, Fresh Arts' Cultured Cocktails has raised nearly $100,000 for Houston Area artists and arts organizations.

Please join us for drinks and conversation at Boheme Cafe & Wine Bar on Thursday, June 6th, when a portion of the proceeds from all drink sales during the 5:00PM -8:00PM happy hour will go to support This Side of the Rainbow. So enjoy a drink or two, meet the This Side of the Rainbow team, and take-in Boheme's bohemian atmosphere! The proceeds from the evening will support This Side of the Rainbow so don't be shy, raise a glass (or three) while raising funds for This Side of the Rainbow.


About This Side of the Rainbow:

We provide a therapeutic summer camp for LGBTQ+ youth; monthly groups for LGBTQ+ youth and their parents/guardians; and educational programs on working with the LGBTQ+ community for mental health professionals, schools, churches; corporations, and other community organizations. 


Learn more about This Side of the Rainbow HERE.


About Cultured Cocktails:
Cultured Cocktails is a community building fundraiser in celebration of the arts and takes place EVERY Thursday during the 5:00-8:00PM happy hour at Boheme Café & Wine Bar (307 Fairview St.). Each Cultured Cocktails event features a different local artist, arts organization, or arts project. Participating artists and arts groups receive 10% of all drink sales during the 5:00PM -8:00PM happy hour. 

Powered by Fresh Arts, the Cultured Cocktails program is generously sponsored by Boheme Cafe & Wine Bar.
Fresh Arts is a 501(c)3 nonprofit that champions artists and creative entrepreneurs to succeed in the business of art. www.FRESHARTS.org
When:
Jun 27, 2019
Cost:
Free
Time:
5:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Thursday Time & Price:
Happy hour: 5-8pm

DiverseWorks: Project Freeway Fellowship Program

DiverseWorks presents the Project Freeway Fellowship Program for artists and creative individuals interested in socially-engaged creative practices. The Project Freeway Fellowship was developed in response to the rapid growth and diversification of the city of Houston and DiverseWorks’ desire to support innovative artists’ projects that engage all Houstonians, especially in neighborhoods outside of the city center. Interested participants must live in the Greater Houston Area and attend all program activities between July 2019 and January 2020.

Throughout this seven-month Fellowship program, Fellows will meet with a diverse roster of artists, activists, and arts professionals to help in the development of artistic strategies that focus on sustaining the arts in the community, advocacy, and social change. This Fellowship supports a practice-based model, with the Fellowship culminating in a site-specific project within each Fellow’s neighborhood.

Two applicants will be selected for this Fellowship. Fellows will each be awarded a $5,000 honorarium with additional support for production and materials.

APPLICATION PROCESS

Application opens:             Saturday, June 1st

Application deadline:         Monday, June 24th

Fellows Announced:         Monday, July 1st

Fellowship Dates:              July 2019 – January 2020

Fellowship Eligibility:

-Individuals and collectives living in the Greater Houston Area are eligible to apply.

-Collectives should submit one application and designate a lead contact.

-Registered full-time students are not eligible.

-Applicant must commit to create and complete their project within their neighborhood.

Fellowship Application Requirements & Instructions:

Please submit via online application a one-page (500 word) description of your proposed project, and its capacity to affect social change in your neighborhood community. When writing your description please be sure to answer the following questions:

-Does the project propose forms of action that engage with people in your neighborhood?

-What is your neighborhood and your perception of the artistic and cultural activities there?

Project Freeway Fellows will be required to attend weekly meetings, as well as provide regular and open communication regarding project status, planned events, timeline changes, and other relevant issues.

You will be asked to submit:

-A 500-word (one page) project narrative that describes your project

-Up to 10 images (jpg or mp4)

-Up to 5 supplemental documents or links (press clips, videos, other writing samples)

-A resume or CV (if applying as a collective, provide one for each member)

Application deadline is 11:59 pm, Monday, June 24th.

Questions? Email M’kina Tapscott, Community Engagement & Project Coordinator at mkina@diverseworks.org.


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TALA: Arts Legal Line

Arts Legal Line

Free consultation with an attorney

Presented in partnership with Lawyer Referral Service of Central Texas

 

Our dear friends, Lawyer Referral Service of Central Texas, are graciously hosting us on the first Tuesday of March, June, and September 2019 for the Arts Legal Line. Participants can call from anywhere in Texas between 5:30 and 7:30 p.m. to get any arts related question answered by a TALA volunteer attorney.

 

Three dates:  March 5, 2019 | June 4, 2019 | September 3, 2019

5:30 – 7:30 p.m.

Call (512)472-8303 or (866)303-8303 from anywhere in Texas.

 

More about Lawyer Referral Service of Central Texas:

Two-time winner of the American Bar Association’s Cindy A. Raisch Award for excellence in public service.

Since 1966, The Lawyer Referral Service (LRS) has been successfully matching clients who need legal services with lawyers who are interested and qualified to help with their legal issues. The LRS provides assistance for those looking for a private practicing lawyer. The lawyers on the LRS panel are screened for experience, are required to carry malpractice insurance, and are in good standing with the State Bar of Texas.

LRS offers:

-Confidential telephone screening

-A referral to an appropriate community agency if that is what’s best for you

-A referral to a qualified lawyer if you need one

-An initial half-hour consultation with a lawyer for only $20

-More than 250 attorneys in most areas of the law

 

This event is funded in part by a grant from the Texas Bar Foundation, Texas Commission on the Arts, and the National Endowment for the Arts.

This project is supported in part by the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department.

Due Date: Sep 3, 2019
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My Salon Suite (Houston- West U)

Address:
​3901-C Bellaire Blvd.
77025 Houston , TX
United States
Texas US
Telephone:
832.930.1677
Hours:

MY SALON Suite® offers beauty professionals the opportunity to own their own business without the large upfront costs and risks associated with building and running a salon.


Every MY SALON Suite® location includes private spacious suites that are well appointed with high-end luxury amenities and top-of-the-line salon equipment for different specialties of health and beauty professionals, ranging from hair stylists to nail technicians, massage therapists, spa professionals, and skin treatment experts.

We take pride in offering the largest suites in the industry, giving our beauty professionals a luxuriously equipped three station salon.


Our West University, Houston, location is conveniently located in the Braes Heights Shopping Center on the Southeast corner of Holcombe and Stella Link. We are located on the second floor above Molina’s Cantina and Parker Uniforms. Stylists and clients will love our location and its’ proximity to surrounding neighborhoods, including Southside Place, West University, Bellaire and the world renowned Medical Center.



Space Information
  • Hours of Operation:
    Capacity:
    300
    Additional Space Images:

Summer Docent Training Program


If you love culture, heritage, art and history, share your passion with visitors from all over the world. Become a Czech Center Museum Houston Docent at our museum! Join us once a week and enjoy the feeling of a small baroque palace in Houston,Texas! Every Tuesday, June 4th to July 16th, from 10:00 AM until 12:30 PM.

No previous experience required, just a passion for history, art and interest in meeting international visitors.

Anyone is welcome to apply. All applicants should be available during business hours, Monday–Friday, for training and leading tours. If you are interested in applying to the docent program, please send an email to development@czechcenter.org

For more information visit: https://www.czechcenter.org/volunteer-become-a-docent

Thank you! 

When:
Jun 4, 2019
Cost:
Free
Time:
10:00 am
General Categories: 
Event Type: 

Summer Docent Training Program


If you love culture, heritage, art and history, share your passion with visitors from all over the world. Become a Czech Center Museum Houston Docent at our museum! Join us once a week and enjoy the feeling of a small baroque palace in Houston,Texas! Every Tuesday, June 4th to July 16th, from 10:00 AM until 12:30 PM.

No previous experience required, just a passion for history, art and interest in meeting international visitors.

Anyone is welcome to apply. All applicants should be available during business hours, Monday–Friday, for training and leading tours. If you are interested in applying to the docent program, please send an email to development@czechcenter.org

For more information visit: https://www.czechcenter.org/volunteer-become-a-docent

Thank you!

When:
Jun 4, 2019 to Jul 16, 2019
Cost:
Free
Time:
10:00 am to 12:30 pm
General Categories: 

Artist INC Presentation Night After Party (NEW DATE)


New date!
Artist INC-Houston Presentation Night
After Party!

Wednesday, May 22, 2019
9:30pm to Midnight
@ Decatur Bar & Pop-up Factory
2310 Decatur St, Houston, TX 77007


UPDATE:
Due to predicted weather reports of flash flooding, we have rescheduled our Artist INC Houston Presentation Night and the After Party to May 22nd. If you have any questions please contact our team at info@fresharts.org



The presentations are done, and we're thirsty! Come celebrate with Fresh Arts and the 2019 Artist INC graduating class at the exciting and beautiful new bar situated right in the Arts District: Decatur Bar & Pop-Up Factory. 

Decatur Bar & Pop-Up Factory is dedicated to supporting Houston’s culinary, cocktail and creative communities by providing a space to cultivate and incubate local talent.


Presenting artists include:
Héctor Arguelles // Emily Arrow // Cuyler Ballenger // Marissa Castillo // Shannon Crider // Tatiana Escallon // Jaime Frugé-Walne // Marsha Glickman // Rachel Gonzales // Nyssa Juneau // Brandon Kafarela // Carla Sue // Joseph Nance // P M Neist // Anthony Pabillano // Miles Payne // Peace // Crystal Rae // Jelisa Jay Robinson // Nicci Sevier-Vuyk // Laura Sprague // Chris Thomas // Caroline Truong // Zulma Vega // Arnea Williams

Artist INC-Houston Spring 2019 Peer Facilitators include Emanuelee “Outspoken” Bean, Eepi Chaad, Tami Merrick Moschioni, Nicola Parente, Dominique Royem, and Lori Yuill.



Artist INC Houston is powered by Fresh Arts and is generously funded by Mid-America Arts Alliance, the National Endowment for the Arts, Windgate Charitable Foundation, Inc., and the state arts agencies of Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, and Texas.

Additional support for the Artist INC Houston 2019 session has been provided in part by Frost Bank and Art Colony Association.

When:
May 22, 2019
New date!
Cost:
Free
Time:
9:30 pm to 11:59 pm
Wednesday Time & Price:
9:30pm-Midnight

Decatur Bar & Pop-Up Factory

Address:
2310 Decatur St.
77007 Houston , TX
United States
Texas US
Hours:

Tues-Thurs 9am-11pm

Fri 9am-2am 
Sat 4pm-2am 
Sun 11am-11pm

Decatur Bar & Pop-Up Factory is dedicated to supporting Houston’s culinary, cocktail and creative communities by providing a space to cultivate and incubate local talent.

Come experience a truly unique concept in Houston’s historic Sixth Ward.

Space Types: 


PO BOX 66494
Houston, TX 77266-6494


713.868.1839


Fresh Arts |  The Silos at Sawyer 1502 Sawyer St, Studio #103 Houston, TX 77007

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