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UH Zine Week is hosted by the School of Art and the Arts & Technology Center at the University of Houston. This week-long celebration will showcase independent media and artistic expression. From zines to graffiti, and Wheatpasting to independently published books, this initiative hopes to foster collaboration across disciplines and show students the strength of their voices. This week-long event is going to include exhibitions, a reading room, workshops, artist talks, and even the exciting unveiling of a brand new Zine-O-Matic vending machine!
Tania Candiani: Lifeblood
September 22—November 19, 2023
Histories and lives embedded in the land – and particularly the waterways that have alternately built and destroyed Houston over time – will be the subject of a newly commissioned, multi-disciplinary work by Mexican artist Tania Candiani. In her past work, Candiani has worked across a spectrum of media and practices to explore the intersections between people, place, labor and industry. In so doing, Candiani initiates explorations and collaborations that convene communal meditations on the past via music, architecture, and craft, with an emphasis on early technologies and vernacular practices of record-keeping. Her work in Houston will be developed out of an intermittent eight-month residency sponsored and supported by the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts. A portion of this project was created in the Buffalo Bayou Park Cistern in collaboration with Buffalo Bayou Partnership.
Experience an enlightening Art History discussion with Dr. Joan Kee, featured as a distinguished speaker in the University of Houston School of Art Speaker Series.
Join us at the opening reception of the MFA Sculpture candidates. Experience a world where form and substance converge to expand artistic expression. Our MFA Sculpture students have passionately crafted diverse installations and three-dimensional artworks.
The Moores School of Music presents a faculty chamber music recital by Eunghee Cho, cello.