Art feeds our community, and our community feeds art. Even when a round has not officially opened, visitors are always welcome to visit the row houses and engage with the artists during install to learn more about the upcoming projects.
Summer Studios 2017
*During the Summer Studios residency period, the Art Houses on Holman Street are not open to the public. We welcome you to visit during our regular hours to walk the PRH site, enjoy our architectural preservation projects, visit our business incubations, or take a tour. Please join us for the opening of Summer Studios installations on Saturday, August 12, after the Art Houses will resume normal hours.
June 26 - August 7, 2017
Opening + Community Market
August 12, 2017 | 4-7pm
August 12 - September 17, 2017
Summer Studios is a 6-week residency program that introduces seven emerging artists from local colleges and universities to the concepts and lessons of Project Row Houses. Under the mentorship of CotA-PRH Fellows Carrie Schneider and Carol Zou, the 2017 residents will create and exhibit work that responds to, engages and/or reflects the Third Ward community.
Through critiques with local artists and curators, guided discussions with the mentors and visits to other local art spaces, the residents learn to blend their practices into a social context that extends outside of the studio to ignite dialogues and help us see ourselves and others differently. Through this program, we hope to share our knowledge and continue PRH's tradition of fostering a positive, creative environment within the neighborhood that enriches lives and honors culture and history.
Colby Deal, University of Houston
Barbara Gamiz, University of St. Thomas
Maureen Lax, University of Houston
LeAirre Morris, Texas Southern University
Luis Parra, Houston Community College
Faith Schwartz, Texas Southern University
Heather Wright, Rice University
A community market will be held in conjunction with the opening on August 12. Join us as we unveil the artists' installations and peruse goods from our community of vendors!
Faith Schwartz of Texas Southern University on the porch of her Art House, photo by Michael McFadden