NYC Creative Agency, Harley & Co. is looking to hire local artists to draw on fake tattoos in their custom Tattoo Parlor activation at ULTA's Beauty 2018 Conference. We would work directly with artists to create the tattoo designs and a 'flash sheet' for guests to pick from at the event.
India's Kumbh Mela
National Geographic Photographer Greg Davis - Part of Houston Photo Fest
Opening Reception at G Spot Gallery - In the Heights - 310 East 9th Street
Saturday, March 3 - 6 to 8P http://www.gspotgallery.com
Admission is Free, all are welcome
Greg's work has been exhibited at the Blanton Musuem, the Georgetown Art Center, the Abilene Contemporary Art Center, Open Shutter Gallery in Durango (group exhbiition juried by Steve McCurry), the Visions at the Paseo in Oklahoma City, Exposure Gallery of Fine Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Austin Museum of Art's 'Night in the Galleries', the Museum of the Southwest in Midland, TX, the International Art Expo in New York City, Art City Austin, Houston’s Bayou City Arts Festival, Kansas City's Plaza Arts Festival, Madison's Art on the Square, Park City's Kimball Art Festival, the International Cultural Center at Texas Tech, Houston's Fotofest, Cherry Creek Arts Festival in Denver, the Armadillo Christmas Bazaar, the Audi Forum in New York City and many other spaces around the nation. He has also been published internationally in England, the United States, Papua New Guinea and Mexico and has works in private and institutional collections worldwide.
Greg's work has been published with the New York Times,nationalgeographic.com, National Geographic Creative’s Instagram, ATX Man Magazine, Citygram Magazine, Tribeza Magazine, MSNBC.com, Itchy Feet Magazine, Today's Machining World, Insite Magazine, Professional Photographer Magazine, PDN Magazine, the Houston Chronicle, and the Austin American Statesman, among others.
Greg is a National Geographic Creative Photographer, a Founding Member of the Austin Center for Photography and a member of the Texas Photographic Society. He is a regular contributor to the Annual Fundraiser at the Umlauf Sculpture Garden and Musuem and a contributor to the Austin non-profit, Well Aware, that provides innovative and sustainable solutions to water scarcity and contamination in Africa.
Greg’s most recent project took him to India where he attended the world’s largest spiritual pilgrimage, India’s Kumbh Mela. For millennia, every twelfth year, millions of devoted pilgrims have gathered at the confluence of the three holiest rivers. It was from this journey, that this twenty-four piece photographic exhibition and short film were born. For more information on the film, visit www.clothpaperdreams.com
Vox Culture will be opening the new year with a
special event to introduce it’s focus on tackling the topic of
environment in Houston. The advocacy organization will be hosting its
second annual VOX Beer Summit at Eureka Heights Brew Co. the evening of Friday, February 9th from 6:30PM to 8:30PM. The event will be the formal opening for the organization’s 2018 theme addressing environment, called ‘Homegrown’.
The Vox Beer Summit will provide a chance for guests to meet Vox Culture's community partners for the year: Houstainable, Citizens’ Environmental Coalition, Air Alliance Houston, and the Sierra Club of Houston.
The organizations will present information to the audience pertaining
to their work, the current environmental challenges Houston faces and
what is or needs to be done, innovative solutions that can have a
positive impact on environment, and the push for a proper environmental
policy for the City of Houston. Guests will also have a chance to
network individually with the groups to inquire about their work, ask
environmentally related questions, and potentially sign up for future
volunteering or fundraising opportunities with these groups. Towards the
end of the presentations, guests will be welcome to come express and
talk about either the challenges or positives that they see in their
neighborhoods and/or Houston overall, on the subject of environment, and
voice what they would like to see done in Houston.
Beer selections from Eureka Heights will also be available for
purchase by guests. Other items such as soft drinks and water will also
be available while food will be offered for purchase by a food truck
The goal behind ‘Homegrown’ throughout 2018 will be
to educate, raise awareness, fundraise, and develop creative social
action projects that address a variety of environment related issues
impacting Houston. Among the final aims of the year for Vox Culture will
be to present (1) how ideas presented by Houston artists can be
implemented to further raise awareness on environment, (2) how creative
solutions developed by local entrepreneurs and startups can be used to
address environmental issues.
Entry is free but limited. Please select and print your FREE ticket to RSVP!
The latest updates can be found by visiting the Vox Culture page on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/voxculturehouston.
Inquiries may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Get your holiday shopping done during the ClayHouston Studio Crawl! ClayHouston is organizing a Studio Crawl for December 3rd, 12pm - 5pm. The event is free and open to the public; attendees can drive or bike from one studio to the next. Sixteen artists will show work in six ceramic studios in the Heights. Participating artists are Mary Aldrich, Betsy Evans, Jeff Forster, Reema Forster, Helena Gijsbers van Wijk, Denise Greenwood, Michelle Heinesen, Rene LeBlanc, Lilly Lerner, Lana Loveland, Eileen McClellan, Hans Molzberger, Vivian Pastor, Ali Saunders, Laura Sprague, and Joanne Williams. Ceramic artwork will be for sale at a variety of price points, and will include functional pottery, figurines, jewelry, and abstract assemblages. Free refreshments and snacks will be available at each studio. For a map of the event, please visit clayhouston.org!
RockStar Gallery first Annual Masquerade Ball
Prizes for the best dressed!
Voting for your favorite themed piece, gets your name entered for some very cool door prizes!
Print your Eventbrite ticket, and bring it with you to get a second chance at the door prize!: https://
Artists enter here: http://