Dance

The Interchange

Address:
1815 Cleburne St.
77004 Houston , TX
United States
Texas US
Hours:

Hours vary

The Interchange, Houston’s newest space for dance, theater, art, music, flow, and circus art performance. Led by a collective of local Houston performance artists, The Interchange offers a unique opportunity for Houston’s art community to develop a space from the ground up.

Currently The Interchange is an empty 5,000 square foot warehouse in Midtown that is waiting to be developed into a performance space meeting the needs of independent artists and small dance and theater companies. The space is an empty shell that will be built out according to the needs of the collective and the community. It features performance space both indoors and out, which creates a lot of potential for unconventional artists to produce site specific work and use mediums like fire that are difficult to produce within the typical theater setting. There is also available onsite and street parking that is free of charge and easy to access.

Husband and wife team Maggie Lasher and Andy Karavitis are heading up the managerial side of the space, and are supported by the Interchange Collective, a group of multidisciplinary local artists who have a vested interest in developing the warehouse into an accessible and affordable space in which to present work. Maggie has been producing dance and fire performance with her company Holding Space for over a decade, and she is also the dance program coordinator at Houston Community College. Andy has served in theater production for many years, and he has played an important role in the production of fire shows.

Currently the collective has ten members (including Lasher and Karavitis) coming from a variety of artistic backgrounds. The inaugural collective features independent dance artists and teachers Ashley Horn Nott, Heather vonReichbauer, Jhon Stronks, and Lori Yuill, independent multidisciplinary artist Y.E. Torres, musician, teacher, and multidisciplinary artist William vonReichbauer, and circus/performance artists and entertainment producers Pasha Luminus and Anna Vlada of Silver Lynx Arts.

Says Lasher, “As both our city and performing art scene continue to grow and thrive, there is an ever-increasing need for affordable performance spaces in Houston. This need is particularly apparent for individuals and small-to-midsize companies presenting dance, theater, and movement arts. The Interchange is unique in that it is a chance for Houston artists to have a say in how the space develops, and allow the space to become a quality venue that supports the work of independent artists and small theater and dance companies. I also want to see a space that welcomes and supports multidisciplinary acts, and the growing flow and circus arts communities.”



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Dance Salad Festival 2018


Now celebrating the 23rd anniversary in Houston and the 26th season since its inception in Brussels, Belgium, Dance Salad Festival is excited to present Royal Swedish Ballet (Stockholm, Sweden), Ballett Zürich (Switzerland), Semperoper Ballett Dresden (Germany), Spellbound Contemporary Ballet (Rome, Italy), Norwegian National Ballet, Guillaume Cote, Principal Dancer of the National Ballet of Canada (Toronto) and Friedmann Vogel, Principal Dancer of the Stuttgart Ballet, performing Maurice Bejart's  Songs of  a Wayfarer, ODC (San Francisco, USA) and Guillaume Hulot (France/Germany). More to come!

***Note the new location.

PERFORMANCES: March 29, 30 and 31, 7:30 PM, in the new location due to flood damage on the Wortham Center.

Hobby Center for the Performing Arts, Zilkha Hall, 800 Bagby, Houston, TX, 77002.  

TO BUY TICKETS, $25-$58 (including fees) go to www.dancesalad.org.  

Don’t delay as fewer seats will be available in Zilkha Hall. Arrive early for downtown parking.

SPECIAL DISCOUNT PACKAGE for out-of-town visitors:

As a recipient of the special marketing grant through Houston First Corporation's Tourism Incentive Program, Dance Salad Festival is partnering with the DoubleTree by Hilton Downtown Houston and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston to offer a special package for our out of town guests that will include: 

  • Special Discount on Dance Salad Festival tickets for live performances on March 29, 30 and 31, 2018, 7:30PM, Zilkha Hall, the Hobby Center for the Performing Arts.
  • Special room rate at the DoubleTree by Hilton Downtown Houston with free breakfast and valet parking for two.
  • Free passes to the Museum of Fine Arts Houston.

CHOREOGRAPHERS’ FORUM –March 28, 2018, 7:00 PM @ Museum of Fine Arts Houston. Featured choreographers to be announced. Free event.

Julia & Romeo by Mats Ek to music of Tchaikovsky and Christian Spuck’s Romeo & Juliet to Prokofiev’s score.

 Dance Salad Festival will present two different takes on Shakespeare’s epic love story. Royal Swedish Ballet will show a Houston premiere of the Balcony pas de deux from Mats Ek’s Julia & Romeo, set to selected works by Tchaikovsky, while Ballet Zurich will show a US premiere by Artistic Director, Christian Spuck, who spins the same story yet under its traditional title of Romeo and Julia set to the widely used score of Prokofiev, also presenting the Balcony pas de duex. 

Mats Ek, master of reinterpretation of the great classics into contemporary dance says: “It’s time to turn the tables…I tried to go back to the source, which is Shakespeare—but before that was an Italian short story called Juliet and Romeo. If you read the play, the major conflict takes place in the family of Juliet… With something we know so well, the title also becomes almost a label, and to turn it around may open the door to rethinking it.” 

Christian Spuck’s Romeo and Julia set to Prokofiev’s score was the first ballet created for Ballett Zurich under his artistic leadership as it holds a special place in his heart. Spuck says: “Romeo and Juliet has followed me throughout my life… The first ballet music I ever heard was Prokofiev’s score, and I still think it is the most exciting and moving ballet music that exists.” 

Spellbound Contemporary Ballet, Rome, will mark its 4th appearance in Dance Salad Festival with a Houston premiere of the curated version of Rossini Ouvertures, comic and imaginative piece set to music of Gioachino Rossini, and mysterious and introspective The Hesitation Day, set to music by Norn and Amon Tobin, all choreographed by company’s Artistic Director, Mauro Astolfi

Dresden Semperoper Ballett, Germany, makes its 5th appearance at Dance Salad Festival with David Dawson’s Pas de Deux from On the Nature of Daylight set to music by Max Richter. On the Nature of Daylight is Dawson’s one of the most well known and long lived works that explores the eternal theme of love. Premiered in Semperoper Ballett Dresden and Staatstheater am Gärtnerplatz, Munich, Germany in 2007, the pas de deux from this work debuted  in DSF by Dresden Semperoper Ballett in 2009.

Guillaume Cote, Principal Dancer of the National Ballet of Canada, Toronto and Friedemann Vogel, Principal Dancer of Stuttgart Ballet, Germany will perform Maurice Béjart’s Songs of a Wayfarer (Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen) set to the music of Gustav Mahler, created in 1971 for Rudolf Nureyev and Paolo Bortoluzzi. It tells an expressive story of a romantic wanderer set on a journey full of adversity and solitude, confronting his own Destiny, the other  character in the pas de deux. This work debuted in Houston Ballet gala performance in 2004 in Houston.

Norwegian National Ballet, Oslo, will premiere in USA Imitations, an energetic creation that explores the role of gender and traditional forms in art among other interesting questions. Imitations was created for NNB by Houston Ballet's former dancer /choreographer Garrett Smith, and is set to music by Michael Gordon. Smith created three works for Houston Ballet with latest being Reveal which premiered in 2015.

Guillaume Hulot (France/Germany), dancer and choreographer from France, the ballet master of Gauthier Dance Company Theaterhaus Stuttgart, Germany, will premiere in USA his two works BEANS, set to music by Kurt Cobain and Camille Saint-Saëns, and Tuning Another Being set to music by Christian Grifa, performed by dancers from Spain, USA, Germany and Japan.

ODC, San Francisco, will debut in Dance Salad Festival with boulders and bones choreographed by Brenda Way, Founder and Artistic Director of ODC and KT Nelson, Co-Artistic Director. Inspired by the work of visual artist Andy Goldsworthy and set to a commissioned score by acclaimed avant-garde cellist Zoë Keating, Way and Nelson's fearless choreography touches on transformation in both art and nature.


When:
Mar 28, 2018 to Mar 31, 2018
Cost:
Free and $25-59
Time:
7:30 pm to 10:00 pm
Kid Friendly:
Yes
Wednesday Time & Price:
7:00 PM free
Thursday Time & Price:
7:30 PM $25-$59
Friday Time & Price:
7:30 PM $25-$59
Saturday Time & Price:
7:30 PM $25-$59

Core Performance Company and Sheinfeld and Laor Dance Project

Collaboration with Israel choreographer inspires new dance/theater work

CORE DANCE BRINGS THE
ELECTRICITY OF “AMERICAN PLAYGROUND” AND “TWO ROOM APARTMENT” TO HOUSTON
AUDIENCES IN FEBRUARY

Collaboration with Israel choreographers
inspires new dance/theater work

(Houston, Texas) – Core Dance, the award-winning contemporary dance
organization based in Houston and Atlanta, will present two recent works,
“American Playground” created with internationally renowned Israeli choreographers
Niv Sheinfeld and Oren Laor, and their own critically acclaimed duet, “Two Room
Apartment,”  on February 15,16,17, 2018
at 8:00 p.m. at the Midtown Arts and Theater Complex Houston, (MATCH), 3400
Main Street, Houston, 77002. Tickets
are $20 in advance, $25 at the door. Just
click:
https://matchouston.org/box-office or call (713) 521-4533 to purchase tickets.

“Ever since I saw the exciting and innovative
work being created and performed in Israel, I wanted to bring these renowned performers
to Houston,” said Sue Schroder, Artistic Director of Core Dance.

American Playground and Two Room Apartment

Israeli
choreographers Niv Sheinfeld and Oren Laor return to Houston for the Texas
premiere of “Two Room Apartment.” On the same bill is the full-length version
of “American Playground” featuring the dance artists of Core Performance
Company.

“American
Playground,” an excerpt of which was seen at Miller Outdoor Theatre in 2016, is
an exuberant work which investigates multiple themes central to the
Sheinfeld/Laor repertoire including body and culture; the individual and the
group; and the tension between culture and identity.  Outfitted in athletic gear, the dancers connect
with the audience as they address them directly, roam into the seats, and
perform captivating solos or mesmerizing group sequences. Infused in the
performance are the games of an American childhood including tag, circle games,
Duck, Duck, Goose and others. Ultimately, connection drives the work and lets
each dancer shine individually and alongside company members.

“Two
Room Apartment” brings Sheinfeld and Laor to the stage for a duet that reflects
on their relationship as partners in life and as creators. Both personal and
political, the work examines boundaries in various contexts: physical borders
such as between territories or between two rooms, but also non-physical borders
between life and performance, and the boundaries that the individual sets for
oneself. This work was chosen as the Best Performance of the Year by the
Israeli Dance Critics’ Circle in 2013. 

Funders

Core Dance's
37th season in Houston is funded in part by the O Fund for New Work, Gwinnett
Industries, Inc., Pattillo Construction Corporation, Houston Endowment Inc.,
the City of Houston through the Houston Arts Alliance, Texas Commission on the
Arts, Cameron and Roberts Insurance Agency, and many generous individuals from
the community.

Core Dance, an
award-winning contemporary dance organization, creates, performs, and presents
compelling and distinctive original dance works that ignite the creative spirit
and foster cultural conversations.  For nearly four decades, Core
Dance has initiated and supported innovation, collaboration, artistic
risk-taking, and sustainable art-making in dance.  Core Dance was
co-founded in 1980 in Houston, Texas, by dancer and choreographer Sue Schroeder
and her sister, Kathy Russell.  Five years later, the organization added
Atlanta, Georgia, as a second home base, creating
a context for dance that is relevant in both cities and around the globe. Core
Dance uses dance to educate, question and illuminate.  Core Performance
Company, the professional contemporary dance company of Core Dance, is
internationally recognized for its artistically driven research practices, and the
underlying humanity of the individual Dance Artists, as well as its rigorous
physicality.  
www.coredance.org

    

When:
Feb 15, 2018 to Feb 16, 2018
A free reception with the Israeli Consul General of the Southwest will be held at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, February 15 at MATCH. 
Cost:
$25.00
Time:
8:00 pm
Thursday Time & Price:
8:00 P.M., $25.00
Friday Time & Price:
8:00 PM, $25.00
Saturday Time & Price:
8:00 PM, $25.00
Location:
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Bayou City Burlesque Circus Festival

The Circ-Burlesque Extravaganza

Acrobats from San Fransisco! Showgirls from Montreal! Trapeze from Austin! And a chorus line of “H-Town Clowns”! The Bayou City Burlesque & Circus Arts Festival is a yearly extravaganza not to be missed! This International BURLESQUE, CIRCUS, AND SIDESHOW FESTIVAL brings together timeless and titillating performance arts that will defy gravity and sweep you off your feet! We search far and wide to bring Houston world famous, world renowned acts of breathtaking beauty and death defying stunts. This once in a lifetime event will leave you on the edge of your seat panting for more.

In between acts, enjoy The Bayou Bazaar! The Bazaar features artist, photographers, and designers ready to fill out the gaps in your costume closet, offer their unique set of wares, and introduce you to some of the amazing classes. 


When:
Jan 20, 2018
Doors at 7:30pm Show at 8:00pm 
Cost:
$25
Time:
7:30 pm
Location:
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METdance presents “Moving Myths”


METdance will also showcase “Moving Myths” at 2
p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 18 at Midtown Arts and Theatre Complex Houston
(MATCH), 3400 Main St. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children.
Children 3 and under (this includes sleeping babies) are not allowed in the
theatre.

 

The performance features captivating legends from all over the world
in a magical interlude of storytelling.

  

“Moving Myths” was developed and written exclusively for METdance by
playwright, educator and novelist Elizabeth A. M. Keel.

 

“Moving Myths” features expressive movement and design to stimulate
audience imagination and thought, while interactive portions of the performance
will be physically engaging.  Focusing on themes of courage, characters
such as the Candle Fairy, the Rainbow Crow and the North Wind will expose
students to strong heroic ideas such as standing up to bullies, taking care of
one’s family, fighting for love and facing danger.

When:
Nov 18, 2017
Cost:
$10 for adults and $5 for children. Children 3 and under (this includes sleeping babies) are not allowed in the theatre.
Time:
2:00 pm
Location:
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Urban Ballet

Back by popular demand!

Violence erupts at a white nationalist march in Charlottesville,  football players take a knee during the national anthem, unarmed black men are killed during traffic stops, and our justice system locks up disproportionate numbers of black Americans. Racial injustices that have been buried and racial tensions that have been ignored are coming to a head in today’s America, and Urban Ballet takes a look at part of that experience from the perspective of the African Americans living it. Funded in part by Mayor Sylvester Turner’s City Initiative Grant, and inspired by the music of 2pac, Sherese Campbell’s Urban Ballet seeks to tell the story of black culture in America through jazz, hip-hop, modern, pointe and tap.  City Dance Company and guest hip-hop artists create a fusion of styles complex enough to portray the issues. The dance is punctuated and enhanced by the spoken word poetry of Deonte Scott, the DJing skills of KleanCutt of the Kracker Nutzz,  and a video collage.

When:
Nov 16, 2017 to Nov 18, 2017
Cost:
$20 online; $25 at the door
Time:
7:30 pm
General Categories: 

Internationally Acclaimed Dancing, Free of Charge – Courtesy of METdance Houston contemporary dance company kicks off its 22nd season, Saturday, Oct. 7


METdance is starting its new season with an evening of free dance performances under the stars. 

The “Season Kickoff” concert is slated for 8 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 7 at the Discovery Green Conservancy, located at 1500 McKinney. 

The nonprofit’s 22nd season, “Where the Heart Is,” will highlight both new and repertory works created by artists who have resided in Texas, with programming inspired by the concept of home.

“We’re celebrating the exceptional talent of our home-grown choreographers and regional artists,” METdance artistic director Marlana Doyle said. “We are presenting and honoring acclaimed Houston-based talent and showcasing the next generation of local choreographers and dancers – as well as outstanding Texas-based dance and arts groups.”

“Season Kickoff” will feature performances of work by choreographers Joshua L. PeughCamille A. Brown and the 2017 Emerging Choreographer awardee, Hattie Haggard, along with an appearance by the METdance youth company, MET too. 

Peugh is the founder and artistic director of Dark Circles Contemporary Dance. After graduating from Southern Methodist University, Joshua moved to South Korea to join Universal Ballet Company. Since then, he has created work for festivals in Asia, Europe and North America.

He has won multiple awards for choreography in Korea, Japan, Canada and the U.S. He recently received the “Grand Prize” at the McCallum Theatre’s 18th annual Choreography Festival. He has been chosen as one of “Dance Magazine‘s” 2015 “25 to Watch,” and was named “an important discovery” by “The New York Times.” In addition, Peugh has been commissioned to create for BODYTRAFFIC, BalletX, Tulsa Ballet, Ballet Memphis, Whim W’Him and Company E.

Brown, a native of Queens, NY, serves as artistic director of Camille A. Brown & Dancers, a company striving to instill cultural curiosity, introspection and reflection in its audiences by providing outreach activities to students and young adults, as well as incarcerated women and men.

Brown has earned a long and impressive list of awards and accolades, including a Guggenheim Fellowship, four Princess Grace Awards and most recently a 2016 Bessie nomination for “Outstanding Production” for “BLACK GIRL: Linguistic Play.”

Her work has been commissioned by Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Philadanco!, Complexions and Urban Bush Women, among others, with theater credits as choreographer that include “A Streetcar Named Desire” on Broadway, and Jonathan Larson’s “tick, tick…BOOM!” starring Lin-Manuel Miranda.

Haggard is a former dancer and choreographer with Thodos Dance Chicago. She studied at SMU, the San Francisco Conservatory of Dance, Complexions, the Bolshoi Academy and ImpulzTans in Vienna and has performed work by Joost Vrouenraets, Mel Tomlinson, Antony Tudor and Joshua L. Peugh.

Her world premiere piece is titled “Are you cading me?” and explores the potential frustrations of playing arcade games.

“I have always enjoyed creating fun dances,” she said. “It’s important to me that my audience knows that dance can include familiar concepts. Some of my favorite pieces I’ve created have been about control freaks in the kitchen, cowboys frying bacon in the nude and this piece about arcade games.”

Founded in 1995, METdance pursues a mission to educate and revitalize a passion for dance through world-class instruction and performance. The nonprofit is funded by the Mid-America Arts Alliance, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Windgate Charitable Foundation, Inc. and the state arts agencies of Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Texas. 

The company has traveled across the U.S., impressing critics and audiences alike while performing works by some of the most influential and talented choreographers in dance.

METdance also has a strong community outreach program, including its educational "Swing, Jive, Pop" performances. The shows incorporate history, fashion, music and the arts, while the company dances through the eras of the 1930s Lindy Hop, bops into the 1950s, grooves into the 1970s and ends with the Hip Hop music of today.

The company’s home base, the METdance Center, now serves as Houston's second-largest dance training space, offering comprehensive training in multiple disciplines to students of all experience levels, ages 3 and older. 

For more information about METdance and the upcoming 22nd season, visit www.metdance.org.

When:
Oct 7, 2017
Cost:
Free
Time:
8:00 pm
Saturday Time & Price:
8:00pm free
Location:
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Open Call for the 12th Arte Laguna Prize

International art competition: apply now to win art residencies, prize money, personal exhibitions
The Arte Laguna Prize is an international art
competition aimed at promoting and enhancing contemporary art. The contest
stands out in the global art scene for the variety of its partnerships and
opportunities offered to artists, and is recognized worldwide as a real
springboard for the artists’ career. 
9 Contest categories:
painting, sculpture and installation, photographic art, video art and short
films, performance, virtual art, digital graphics, land art and this year's new
entry, urban art.


The theme is free and there are no age
or nationality restrictions
The international jury will select 115 artists for:

- the final exhibition in Venice in March 2018

- 5 cash prizes of € 7,000 each

- publication in the official catalogue


The Prize international Partners will select the
winners among all the participants for:


- 3 personal exhibitions in international Art Galleries

- 3 collaborations with companies and promotion platforms

- 11 Art Residencies

- participation in 3 International Festivals end exhibitions

- 1 Sustainability and Art Prize




www.artelagunaprize.com >>
ENTRIES OPEN  UNTIL 16.11.2017 >>
WHAT THE
ARTISTS WIN


Prize money

€ 7.000,00
Painting

€ 7.000,00 Sculpture and Installation | Virtual Art

€ 7.000,00 Photographic Art | Digital Graphics

€ 7.000,00 Video Art and Short Films | Performance

€ 7.000,00 Land Art | Urban Art


3
Artist in Gallery Prizes


Realization of 3 personal exhibitions in
international Art Galleries including: set-up, grant of € 500 and a dedicated
digital catalogue.

Galerie Isabelle
Lesmeister, Regensburg Germany


Galeria Fernando
Santos, Porto Portugal


Chelouche Gallery
for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv Israel


PRIZE
SUSTAINABILITY AND ART


Development of creative projects to support
sustainability.



ARS (Art Reuse
Sustainability) of glass


Prize of 3,000 Euro for the winning project that enhances glass as part of the
RRR strategies (Reuse, Recycle, Reduce).


11
Artist in Residence Prizes


Art Residency programs in Italy and abroad in
order to provide a space and time to experience a new culture, create new works
and participate in new activities in a multicultural environment.
San Francisco Art Residency, San
Francisco USA


The Art Department - Casa dell’Arte
International Artists' Residency, Bodrum Turkey


GLO'ART, Lanaken Belgium

Espronceda, Barcelona Spain

Basu Foundation for the Arts, Kolkata
India


Artistic Serigraphy Fallani, Venice
Italy


Farm Cultural Park, Favara Italy

Arte Sella, Trentino Italy

The Swatch Art Peace Hotel, Shanghai
China


Maradiva Cultural Residency,
Flic-en-Flac Mauritius


Murano Art Glass
Residency, Murano Venice, Italy


3
Business for Art Prizes


Collaborations
with companies meant to connect creativity with craftsmanship.



Zanetto
Craftsmanship, Padua Italy
: Prize of
2,000 Euro for the winning product design for a vase which will contain at
least one noble metal sheet, and realization of the project.

Biafarin, Canada: 12 Gold Membership
Packages for 12 artists, 12 Biafarin Blue Membership Packages. Prize of US$ 4,000
to 4 selected artists (Each US$ 1,000)

Artmajeur,
France
: Promotion of 1 artist through the platform
and the services of the portal artmajeur.com For the
finalist artists
: a
free Platinum account, for 1 year



3 Festivals & Exhibitions

International collaborations with Festivals
and Organizations to create a network where artists, visibility, and new
projects meet.



Art Stays, Ptuj Slovenia: participation in the Festival and 7-day stay

Art Nova 100, Beijing China: exhibition of the 10 finalist videos in Summer
2018

Open International Exhibition of Sculptures and Installations, Venice Italy: participation
in the exhibition for 1 month


FINAL
EXHIBITION: ARSENALE OF VENICE


The major collective exhibition will take
place in the historical location of the Arsenale in Venice in March 2018: 30
works of painting, 25 sculptures and installations, 25 works of photographic
art, 10 videos, 5 land art works, 5 works of urban art, 5 works of virtual art,
5 works of digital graphics, 5 performances.which will be performed live during
the exhibition’s opening ceremony.


WHO’S
SELECTING


The selection of the submitted artworks will
be made by an international jury composed of 11 members subdivided into the
contest categories. 
CURATOR AND HEAD OF JURY

Igor Zanti
(Italy, Curator and
Art Critic)



JURY

Domenico De Chirico (Italy, Independent Curator)

Caroline Corbetta (Italy, Independent Curator)

Denis Curti (Italy, Artistic Director of Casa dei Tre Oci in Venice)

Nicolangelo Gelormini (Italy, Film Director)

Emanuele Montibeller (Italy, Artistic Director of Arte Sella in Trentino)

Simone Pallotta (Italy, Curator of public and urban art)

Nadim Samman (Great Britain, Curator and Art Historian)

Manuel Segade (Spain, Director of Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo in Madrid)

Ekaterina Shcherbakova (Russia, Independent Curator and Art Critic)

Eva Wittocx (Belgium, Senior Curator at M-Museum in Lovanio)


CONTEST
TERMS >>>


APPLY
NOW >>>


tel. +39 041 5937242

info@artelagunaprize.com

www.artelagunaprize.com


Due Date: Nov 17, 2017
Contact Name: Sara Tortato
Phone: +390415937242
Fee: 55 euro per work submitted. Reduced fee for Under 25 artists
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Burly Q Lounge: Houston Burlesque Varie-TEASE Show

Burlesque! Standup Comedy! Live Music!

Burlesque! Standup Comedy! Live Music! KiKi Maroon’s Burly Q Lounge is a vaudevillian Varie-TEASE show unlike any other. Join us as we transform Warehouse Live Houston into the naughty speakeasy your grandparents never told you about! Every month’s show is new and different featuring local and touring burlesque beauties, standup comics, musicians, showgirls, games, circus tricks, and so much more! 

Full line up and dates available at BurlyQLounge.com


The September 15th show will feature Bunny Buxom (New York Burlesque), RyanAdam Wells (Houston Musician), Nox Falls (Amarillo Burlesque), Nick T'Vegan (Houston Burlesque), The Brothers VaudeKill Chris and Chris (Houston Sideshow), Honey Moonpie (co-host,) Kiki Maroon and The Burly Q Lounge Showgirls! 


When:
Sep 15, 2017
Doors at 7 | Show at 8
Cost:
$25
Time:
7:00 pm
Location:
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Midtown Mixer!

One Night Only~ Help out METdance!!

Join us at METdance for our first ever MidtownMixer This one night only event will feature the musical stylings of Ruben Moreno and the Zydeco Re-Evolution, hot beats by DJ Sweft, and special performances by Phoenix Kardashian Paris and Mocca Bonné. Admission includes great food and drinks and you'll have the opportunity to bid on exciting silent auction items, try delicious food truck cuisine, and much more!! All proceeds from this fundraising event will benefit the wonderful community programming that you've come to love from METdance. You won't want to miss this special event, so come dance the night away with us! Space in limited...get your tickets early! 

When:
Aug 19, 2017
After party hosted by Dogwood Bar!2403 Bagby Houston, TX 77006$5 Deep Eddy Specials- All Flavors until Midnight!
Cost:
$40
Time:
6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
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Houston, TX 77266-6494


713.868.1839


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