Honors & the Arts Program Series

The Honors and the Arts Program Series creates opportunities for Honors College students to attend city-wide exhibitions, performances, concerts, readings, and film screenings.


Arts in Houston Lecture Series

Fall 2013 HAPS Events

Featured event: Arts in Houston Lecture Series: Part II
"Houston: Opening Time for the Creative City" 

Entrepreneurs and innovators in the arts will discuss how to explore the dynamics of creativity, forging synergy between city and university, while envisioning groundbreaking exhibits and performances.

Dr. Daniel Price, Research Assistant Professor at The Honors College | Oct. 30, 5-7 p.m.

Dr. Price will discuss how creative work can engage with Houston and how to be creative in Houston, when all the "real art" is happening elsewhere. 

Price will also discuss the art scene in Houston, starting in the 1960s, but with an eye toward what could emerge from an open engagement with Houston, the creative city to come.

Future lecturers include Sixto Wagan, Director of the UH Center for Arts Leadership, and Rachel Cook, Assistant Curator at DiverseWorks.


August

Mildred’s Umbrella | Foxfinder by Dawn King, August 15th-31st

Comedysportz | AMPERSAND!, August 1st-August 23rd

Cabal Productions |  “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead”, July 31st-August 10th, 8pm 

The Back Porch Players | Tea and Sympathy by Robert Anderson, August 1st-18th

 

September

Stages Repertory Theater | Caps and Gowns, September 1st-29th

Gexa Energy Broadway | The Book of Mormon, September 3rd-15th

A.D. Players | Arsenic and Old Lace 
by Joseph Kesselring,
 September 4th - October 6th

Houston Ballet | Dance Talk 2013 "Politics and Pop Music", September 6th, 6-7pm (FREE)

Blaffer Art Museum | FEAST: Radical Hospitality in Contemporary Art, September 7th-December 1st

G Gallery | The Shrine to the Myth of Man by Jon Read, September 7th-29th, Wednesday thru Sunday 12:00-5:00pm

G Gallery| Not a Sad Tale by Yuliya Lanina, September 7th-29th, Wednesday thru Sunday 12:00-5:00pm

Blaffer Museum| Gabriel Martinez, Untitled (territory), September 14, October 19, November 16, 12:00pm, Space is limited call 713.743.9521 to reserve your 'seat'

Blaffer Museum| Lynne McCabe, Vexations in the Kitchen, September 21, October 26, and November 23, 12:30pm

Blaffer Museum| Fallen Fruit Neighborhood Infusions, September 26, 5:00-7:00pm

Catastrophic Theater | The Pine by Mickle Maher, September 27th-October 19th

Blaffer Museum| Fallen Fruit Lemonade Stand, September 28th, 12:00-3:00pm

Classical Theatre Company | Hamlet as directed by John Johnston, September 11th-September 29th

Black Lab Theatre | BOOM by Peter Sinn Nachtrieb, September 14th-29th

The Honors College | Coffeehouse, September 19th, 7-9pm

Houston Ballet | Dance Talk 2013 "Stepping Out of the Spotlight", September 24th, 6-7pm

Alley Theatre | You Can’t Take it With You by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman, September 20th Preview, September 25th-October 20th

 

October

SRO Productions | “Young Frankstein”, October 3rd-27th

G Gallery| Draw up a Chair, Please by Mark Hogensen, October 5th-October 27th, Opening Night: Saturday, October 5, 6-9pm

Houston Grand Opera | Guiseppe Verdi's Aida
 October 18th, 20th, 26th , and 29th, November 1st, 3rd, and 9th

 Use NEXUS to get the tickets for $12.25

Taste the Arts | CCW will be performing parts of Ilium and The Great Banquet alongside other arts organizations. There will be food! October 17th, 2-5pm at the Dudley Recital Hall and in front of Moore's School of Music

MFAH & CCW | Let's Talk Film: 120 Days of Sodom Directed by Pier Paolo Pasolini, October 17th, 6:30-9:00pm

Blaffer Museum| Lee Mingwei The Dining Project, October 22nd, 23rd, and 24th, 7:00pm 

Arts in Houston Lecture Series | Featuring Jennifer Decker, Artistic Director of Mildred's Umbrella Theater CompanyOctober 23rd, 5-7pm

Houston Grand Opera | Johann Strauss' Die Fledermaus, October 25th, and 27th- November 2nd, 8th, and 10th 

Blaffer Museum| David Robbins Ice Cream Social, October 26th, 1:00-4:00pm

Arts in Houston Lecture Series | Featuring Dr. Dan Price, October 30th, 5-7pm

November

Arts in Houston Lecture Series | Featuring Sixto Wagan, Director of UH Center for Arts Leadership, November 13th, 5-7pm

Arts in Houston Lecture Series| Featuring Rachel Cook, Curator of DiverseWorks, November 19th, 5-7pm

The Catastrophic Theater | Marie and Bruce by Wallace Shawn, November 22nd-December 14th

Mildred’s Umbrella | Carnival Round the Central Figure by Diane Amsterdam, November 7th-23rd

Upstage Theatre | “The Taming of the Shrew” by William Shakespeare, November 1st-9th

Blaffer Museum| InCUBATE and Alabama Song Sunday Soup, November 17, 7:00-9:00pm (Located at 2521 Oakdale Street) 

Blaffer Museum| Visting Artist and Scholar Series: Of Hospitality and Institutions, November 20, 6:30pm

Trebuchet Players | “Hamlet” by William Shakespeare, November 29th-December 14th         

A.D. Players | Gold, Frankincense, Christmas Tree Ornaments, and Myrrh 
by Thomas Ohlson, 
November 20th-December 31st

 

December

Blaffer Museum| Theaster Gates Soul Food Dinner, December 5th, 7:00pm at Project Row Houses 2521 Holman Street

Trebuchet Players | “Hamlet” by William Shakespeare, November 29th-December 14th         

Mildred’s Umbrella | Museum of Dysfunction VI, Original shorts by Authors Worldwide, December 6th-14th

 


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*Bolded events are CCW hosted events.

If you would like more information about our HAPS calendar or to be more involved in CCW related events please email us at centerforcreativework@gmail.com