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Photo courtesy of Loc Huynh

The artist’s studio should be a generative space, one meant for growth, abundance, and nourishment. While these spaces may not provide physical nourishment, they can offer metaphorical food for an artistic practice.

Over the last six months, three artists who are part of Lawndale’s Artist Studio Program - Ryan Crowley, Loc Huynh, and Jamire Williams - have taken care of their studio practice during a time when care is needed most. A time for self care and care for community health. It has been restorative to have a space dedicated to artistic making and practice and the fruits of these labors will be unveiled in the upcoming exhibition "Taking Care: Ryan Crowley, Loc Huynh, Jamire Williams."

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until May 14.

The artist’s studio should be a generative space, one meant for growth, abundance, and nourishment. While these spaces may not provide physical nourishment, they can offer metaphorical food for an artistic practice.

Over the last six months, three artists who are part of Lawndale’s Artist Studio Program - Ryan Crowley, Loc Huynh, and Jamire Williams - have taken care of their studio practice during a time when care is needed most. A time for self care and care for community health. It has been restorative to have a space dedicated to artistic making and practice and the fruits of these labors will be unveiled in the upcoming exhibition "Taking Care: Ryan Crowley, Loc Huynh, Jamire Williams."

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until May 14.

The artist’s studio should be a generative space, one meant for growth, abundance, and nourishment. While these spaces may not provide physical nourishment, they can offer metaphorical food for an artistic practice.

Over the last six months, three artists who are part of Lawndale’s Artist Studio Program - Ryan Crowley, Loc Huynh, and Jamire Williams - have taken care of their studio practice during a time when care is needed most. A time for self care and care for community health. It has been restorative to have a space dedicated to artistic making and practice and the fruits of these labors will be unveiled in the upcoming exhibition "Taking Care: Ryan Crowley, Loc Huynh, Jamire Williams."

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until May 14.

WHEN

WHERE

Lawndale Art Center
4912 Main St.
Houston, TX 77002
https://lawndaleartcenter.org/exhibition/2021-22-artist-studio-program-exhibition/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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