Photo courtesy of Voices Breaking Boundaries

Voices Breaking Boundaries (VBB) closes out its Borderlines series with a celebration showcasing documentation captured over three years of art installations, book launches, and film screenings in Near Northside and Gulfton.

This pop-up production is the culmination of VBB's three-year Borderlines project and will showcase visual art from the past three years by photographers and videographers Logan Beck, Os Galindo, Karen Martinez, and Victoria Paige Gonzalez. Also, VBB's Borderlines Volume One, which was based in Near Northside, will be highlighted through readings by contributors Rob Block, Monica Villarreal and more. Jimmy Castillo will spearhead a street installation creating space for people to respond to neighborhood, local and global issues.

The afternoon includes music by DJ E. Rock, refreshments, and beer donated by Saint Arnold's Brewery. Devil Killing Moth will close out the show with a live performance.

Voices Breaking Boundaries (VBB) closes out its Borderlines series with a celebration showcasing documentation captured over three years of art installations, book launches, and film screenings in Near Northside and Gulfton.

This pop-up production is the culmination of VBB's three-year Borderlines project and will showcase visual art from the past three years by photographers and videographers Logan Beck, Os Galindo, Karen Martinez, and Victoria Paige Gonzalez. Also, VBB's Borderlines Volume One, which was based in Near Northside, will be highlighted through readings by contributors Rob Block, Monica Villarreal and more. Jimmy Castillo will spearhead a street installation creating space for people to respond to neighborhood, local and global issues.

The afternoon includes music by DJ E. Rock, refreshments, and beer donated by Saint Arnold's Brewery. Devil Killing Moth will close out the show with a live performance.

Voices Breaking Boundaries (VBB) closes out its Borderlines series with a celebration showcasing documentation captured over three years of art installations, book launches, and film screenings in Near Northside and Gulfton.

This pop-up production is the culmination of VBB's three-year Borderlines project and will showcase visual art from the past three years by photographers and videographers Logan Beck, Os Galindo, Karen Martinez, and Victoria Paige Gonzalez. Also, VBB's Borderlines Volume One, which was based in Near Northside, will be highlighted through readings by contributors Rob Block, Monica Villarreal and more. Jimmy Castillo will spearhead a street installation creating space for people to respond to neighborhood, local and global issues.

The afternoon includes music by DJ E. Rock, refreshments, and beer donated by Saint Arnold's Brewery. Devil Killing Moth will close out the show with a live performance.

WHEN

WHERE

Home of Michael Healey
309 Winnie St.
Houston, TX 77009
http://www.vbbarts.org/calendar.shtml#crossings

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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