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Lawndale Announces Staff Additions and Promotions

Lawndale welcomes Assistant Director Emily Butts and Gallery Attendant Andrea Allen and announces the promotion of Emily Fens to Community Engagement Manager.        Emily Butts received her BA in art history and English world literature from Pitzer College and her MA in art history from the University of Texas at Austin. From 2015 to 2017, she served as Curatorial Assistant at the… Read more »

2020 Houston Artadia Fellowship

  2019 Houston Artadia Fellowship Exhibition in Lawndale’s 3rd Floor Hallway Space. Image courtesy of Nash Baker. Call for Applications: 2020 Artadia Fellowship Program   Last year, Artadia launched a new program to support immigrant and refugee artists working in Houston. We wanted to personally invite you to submit to their call for applications, open to all immigrant and refugee artists working in any medium, at any stage… Read more »

Lawndale Announces the 2019-2020 Artist Studio Participants

Lawndale is pleased to announce the 2019/20 Artist Studio Program participants: collaborators Jacquelyne Boe and David Janesko; Gerardo Rosales; and Holly Veselka.   Established in 2006, the Lawndale Artist Studio Program offers residencies to Texas-based artists who are developing a practice in the visual and performing arts. Once selected, residents receive a monthly stipend, materials allowance, and 24-hour access to a private studio. Lawndale… Read more »

Call for Proposals: 2020 Houston Common Field Convening

Lawndale is thrilled to announce our partnership with Common Field and to share… Open Call for Proposals: 2020 Houston Common Field Convening in partnership with Art League Houston, Aurora Picture Show, DiverseWorks, Galveston Arts Center, Lawndale, L.O.C.C.A: Law Office for Citizenship and Art & The BioArt Bayou-torium, Mystic Lyon, the Resistance Healing Clinic, and Rothko Chapel Deadline to Submit Proposals Monday, October 28, 11:59 PM… Read more »

A Letter to the Community

On behalf of Lawndale, I am delighted to announce that our ambitious fall slate of exhibitions and programs marks the beginning of Lawndale’s 40th anniversary celebration. For four decades, Lawndale has been serving Houston artists and audiences with groundbreaking exhibitions and programs that address the critical, cultural, and aesthetic issues of our time.    As we celebrate this milestone, we consider Lawndale’s future and… Read more »

January 2019 Exhibitions & Public Programs

Sunday Brunch with Lawndale Sunday, January 27 11 AM – 1 PM Tickets: $100 // $75 (Lawndale Members)  Artworks: $300 (per work) Support Lawndale’s vibrant exhibitions and programs while feasting on Bloody Marys, mimosas, and art! At this new fundraiser, nineteen 8 x 10″ artworks created and donated by artists in the Lawndale community will be exhibited anonymously and can be purchased for $300,… Read more »

November 2018 Exhibitions and Public Programs in Houston

Lawndale Lending Library Pop-Up Exhibition BRAVERY IS CONTAGIOUSby Sarah Fisher Yours, Mine, and Ours: Selections from the Lawndale Lending Library Collaboration with Houston Community College – Central Monday, October 29 – Friday, November 9, 2018HCC Central Campus Art Gallery (3517 Austin Street, Houston, TX 77004)   Reception Thursday, November 1 6 – 8 PM Join the event on Facebook!   Get a sneak preview of the… Read more »

September 2018 Exhibitions & Public Programs

/// The Big Show Preview Party/// Thursday, September 13 from 7 – 9 PM $100 Lawndale Members, $125 General We invite you to join this year’s participating artists in celebration of The Big Show and launch of the Lawndale Lending Library, all while supporting Lawndale! Tickets not only include early access to The Big Show 2018 (minus the crowds!), access to the open bar, chicken… Read more »

Announcing The Big Show 2018

Announcing The Big Show 2018!   The Big Show 2018 Saturday, September 15 – Sunday, November 11, 2018 Lawndale is pleased to announce the artists, programming, and events for the 2018 iteration of The Big Show, our ambitious annual exhibition of new work by artists practicing within a 100-mile radius of Lawndale. For the 2018 exhibition, juror Evelyn C. Hankins selected 53 works from 501 artist… Read more »