Art opening reception: Staring at the Wall: The Art of Boredom, Fibers of Being, TRAVELOGUE, Voyager Found and Human Hamster Wheel


Lawndale Art Center opens five exhibitions. In the John O'Quinn Gallery, curator Katia Zavistovski groups six artists who reference boredom in their work for the exhibition Staring at the Wall: The Art of Boredom. In the Cecily E. Horton Gallery, Laura Nicole Kante's crochet lace and fabric installation and sculpture will be on view in the exhibition Fibers of Being.

In the Grace R. Cavnar Gallery, Jane Eifler's exhibition, TRAVELOGUE includes large scale collages of imagined environments. In the Project Space, Peter Lucas marks the 35th anniversary of the launch of NASA's Voyager 1 and 2 with an audio-visual installation based on Carl Sagan's recordings for the mission for the exhibition Voyager Found. James Ciosek presents Human Hamster Wheel, a working human scale sculpture in the Mary E. Bawden Sculpture Garden.

These exhibitions continue through Jan. 12. Also on view is the second phase of the Lawndale mural project titled "F" Team, which features the work of seven Houston artists led by Daniel Anguilu.



Lawndale Art Center
4912 Main St.
Houston, TX 77002


Admission is free.
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