Hold Up!…Haiku

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FOOLS DON’T VOTE : Political Graffiti in Third Ward

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There’s new graffiti/”social practice work” in Third Ward along Dowling Street at several corners between Blodgett and Wheeler. Third Ward is a complex area of both wealth and poverty, but graffiti of any… Continue reading

This is Black or That Ain’t Black

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People and (I also mean black people or Black people) have mulled over what is black and what’s not. Blackness, blacknuss, blacknist, black, black, black, black this and black that. What does black… Continue reading

(SHOUTOUT) Who Doesn’t Like GRITS

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Each week NOT THAT THIS gives a SHOUTOUT to those in the community putting a new spin on things, and in need of praise. This weeks SHOUTOUT recipent GRITS. Based out of H-Town,… Continue reading

“Visible Unseen,” Regina Agu at Winter Street Gallery

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Via “Visible Unseen,” Regina Agu at Winter Street Gallery written by Garry Reece   We need to get a few things straight about Afro-Futurism. Afro-Futurism is an attempt to link the future to… Continue reading

HOLD UP!…HAIKU!

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HOLD UP!...HAIKU!

Space

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In memory of the now retired space shuttle, and in Honor of the latest Mars Rover, I share with you a short animation I made about a year ago. It’s a contemplation on… Continue reading

Studio Visit with Jesse Lott

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During a visit to his studio, artist Mr. Jessie Lott gives a savvy assessment on the arts in Houston, collectors, and varied points on creativity and the influence of those who create. In… Continue reading

Graffiti in Cairo

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I came across this tweet about Police in Cario erasing a wall of graffiti. I don’t really know enough about it to make any serious comment on it’s value in Egypt, but I… Continue reading

2012 HOUSTON FINE ARTS FAIR PT II

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September 17, 2012 This Houston Fine Art Fair is an interesting situation to witness. Last year it was held at the George Brown Convention Center; this year it found itself at the Reliant… Continue reading