Over the next couple of days, grab a chance to gain an intimate look into the artist’s perspective. Asia Society Texas Center has created somewhat of an artist-in-residency program as a way to show support to the Houston community’s rising artists.
This weekend marks the last opportunity to view Asia Society Texas Center’s unique installation. Throughout the month of January, the organization has featured four Houston-based artists, inviting them to create their work within the space while interacting with visitors.
Ahra Cho, Laura Drey, Brandon Tho Harris, and Royal Sumikat are the selected four artists. Their collective work ranges in both medium and subject. From photography to performance art and everything in between, this handful of creatives offer a multi-dimensional experience for Asia Society Texas Center visitors.
Stop by on Friday between the hours of 11 A.M. and 4 P.M., or between 10 A.M. and 4 P.M. on Saturday and Sunday. You’ll be able to view the artists’ fantastic work and watch its evolution through their process of gathering information and creating.
If you’re unable to visit in person, you can still mingle with the artists through the organization’s free virtual webcast conversations. For more information on how to enjoy this event virtually, please visit the Asia Society Texas Center website or call 713-496-9901.
The Asia Society Texas Center is located at 1370 Southmore Boulevard, Houston, TX 77004. This event is completely free and open to the public. Please wear a mask — visitors are asked to follow CDC social distancing guidance accordingly.