DiverseWorks presents Jefferson Pinder: Fire and Movement

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Jefferson Pinder: <i>Fire and Movement</i>
Photo courtesy of DiverseWorks

DiverseWorks will present the premiere of Fire and Movement, a newly commissioned public performance by Chicago-based artist Jefferson Pinder. Pinder and a group of performers will embark on foot on a four-mile journey across the city that retraces the path of the soldiers’ movements according to transcripts and archival maps. Their journey will begin near the intersection of Detering Street and Washington Avenue, which is in the area of the original location of the 24th Infantry’s camp and was once a predominantly African American community that is currently affected by rising gentrification and cultural displacement.

Through a series of drills and stylized movements using period-specific rifles, the group will maneuver their way from Washington Ave. onto Dallas St. and into the 4th Ward, concluding with a performance inside the African American Library at the Gregory School, 1300 Victor Street, at approximately 9:30 pm.

Event Details



The African American Library at the Gregory School
1300 Victor St.
Houston, TX 77019


Ticket Info

Admission is free.