Saturday January 29th 8-11pm at Winter Street Studios,
2101 Winter sSt, Houston Tx
You Were Beautiful When I Lost You
In Memoriam of the vanished and the lost, an exhibition dedicated to our
coinhabitating species. 20 of houston's most innovative artists present visual
and performace works that yield us to ponder on the value of life, the briefty of
beauty and the imminence of mortality.
HCC Northline Gallery , Opening Reception: Dec, 9th 2010 7-9pm
8001 Fulton Houston, Tx
BRWN PLNT: “That which is undone” @ TALENTO BILLINGUE DE
HOUSTON,333 S. Jensen Dr. Houston, Tx SEP 30 – OCT 22, 2010
Rtist Reception 7 – 9:30pm, Xpert discussion September 30 - 73:0PM
An invitational group exhibit comprised of works driven by conversations from
a panel of environmental experts who, within the scope of their work
discover unanswered questions that result in unintended consequences.
These unanswerable questions are visually evoked by emerging Latino
artists from across Houston in an exhibit using drawing as a means to create
ARTISTS: Daniel Adame, Camilo Gonzalez, Julie Zarate, Rolando Reyna
Camargo Valentino, Jonatan Lopez, Raul Gonzalez, Angel Quesada
ENVIRONMENTAL EXPERTS: Juan Parras, Environmental & Community
Activist, Dr. Graciela Lubertino, Houston – Galveston Area Council, Arturo J.
Blanco, Chief of the Bureau of Air Quality Control
View vid for the event
Preparing for the Dead
This September 25th 2010 join us for an exciting "Pre- Dia de los Muertos Art Exhibit" at
Rob & Walt's "Rhino Gallery" ( 2316 Caroline Street ) with soundtrack by DJ Stephf.
Participating artists: Robin Baker, Stacey Carr, Stephanie Guajardo, Valerie G, Jonatan
Lopez, Lizbeth Ortiz, Wiley Robertson, Stephanie Saint Sanchez, Kelly Switzer and Julie
Come As You Are: Houston!
This September, DiverseWorks invites you to attend Come As You Are: HOUSTON!
a provactive exploration of queer sex through performance art! Some of Houston’s
edgiest queer artists will come together for 2 nights only to perform works as
original as the theater presenting them.Come As You Are: HOUSTON! artists are
politicially charged, multi-generational and totally unihibited. September 17 & 18,
2010 7:30pm, DiverseWorks Art Space, 1117 E.FreeWay, Houston, Tx
Participating Artists: Nancy Douthey, DumpTruck, Gendermyn, Michael Harren,
Daniel-kayne and Kristine Mills, Jonatan Lopez, Daaimah Mubashshir, Jenn
Tyburczy, Julia Wallace.
White Linen Nights in The Heights 2010
@ First Saturday Arts Market, 414 W. 19th @
Sterling Bank 6- 10pm
Kandy Wrap-up Party and Test Screening
Kandy is an experimental film shot over one weekend in January of 2010 in "The
Montrose" of Houston Texas. The film's first cut will be screened at "The Green
Room" at Warehouse Live on Friday November the 12 around 9pm
Plot: A group of male friends with a not so gentle attitude towards women decide
to hire a female escort to have a wild night as they video tape their experience. But
things get a little too wild.
Starring: Elizabeth McCain, Jacob Socialte, Mike James, Seth Ryan, Jonatan Lopez.
Written and directed by Jonatan Lopez. ( Film contains adult language )
Warehouse Live, 813 Saint Emanuel St (doors open at 8pm, free event, 18+up)
@ Elder Street Artist Lofts, 11am-9pm, 1101 Elder St
Rooftop electronic set by Midmir at 8pm
exhibitions + events
Rose Colored Glass
In HCC Northline Gallery presents Rose Colored Glass, a site-specific interactive
installation by Robert McShan and Michella Fanini (Former Project Row Houses
Summer Studio Residents). Focusing on concepts of memory and perception the
artists combine the mediums of painting, drawing, video and sculpture to
examine the value of things we hold on to.
Opening reception: Thursday March 24th 7-9pm, 8001 Fulton. Houston, Tx
Show runs through April 15th. Gallery Hours Mon-Thurs. 10am-8pm
Curator: Jonatan Lopez, Facilitator: Tina Kotrla
The Future Is Now, Skydive Fundraiser
The Future is Now will rock Houston on Saturday, May 7th from 6-9pm. Bringing
20 performance artists together in one space celebrating many versions of the
future; this will be a night to remember at the home of Skydive at 2041 Norfolk.
Projected on the front of the house will be a newly edited version of the original
1920's film Metropolis. As you stroll throughout the house,robots will serve you
drinks and hor d'oeuvres, and join us in the "common room" for an amazing
silent auction featuringwork by emerging and established local and non-local
artists. Admission: $20, for more info visit SKYDIVE ARTSPACE
Slide Jam at CAMH
A slide presentation of my recent works and Aisen Caro Chacin's
+ an interactive performance.
Thursday April 14th at 6:30pm at the Contemporary Arts
Museum, Houston. 5216 Montrose Boulevard
Michael Brims, Genevieve Buentello, Aisen Caro Chacin, Michelle Chen, CHIN XAOU TI WON, Claudia Cruz, Nancy
Douthey, Ian Fernandez, Melanie Jamison, Jonatan Lopez, Brian and Stevie McCord, Richard Nix, Kelly O’BrienBritt
Ragsdale, Alex Tu, James Ciosek and more… Curated by Nancy Douthey
Other Loves: Celebrating Queer Artists
The show will feature performances, film and visual art focusing on
the lives of local and international queer artists and activists.
Participating Artists: Bindiya Chamkay, Stallina Villareal, Mr. Overdone
and D.R.E.D. Rob Baker, Stephanie Saint Sanchez, Jonatan Lopez,
Hosted by UH postdoctoral fellow Sima Shakhsar.
The show will feature content which may or may not be suitable for
children. Parental/guardian discretion is advised. www.vbbarts.org
Date: Sunday, June 5 · 6:00pm -
Location: Houston Institute for
Culture, 708-C Telephone Rd.
BODYHEAT by Continuum
Continuum, a new performance art group that recently sprouted in H-Town is
bringing to Free Press Summer Fest a series of performances centered around
the body and its potential to heat things up.
Look for us as the afternoon cools down on Sunday 5th at Eleanor Tinsley park.
for more info visit continuumperformaceart.blogspot.com
#notmethough, Curated by
The explosion of social media platforms has elicited a striking reaction
among artists. This exhibition seeks to consolidate this discourse within
the paradigm of the show title, #notmethough, a top trending topic in
June 2010, ranked third below “#nowplaying” and “#JustinBieber.”
Exhibiting artists include:, Melinda Ainsworth, Man Bartlett, Logan
Sebastian Beck, Bexar, Douglas Cason As Zepeda, Damien Hirst,
Jonatan Lopez, Ray Ogar, Brian Piana, @t_h_e_y*, @CorpzFlowrLois
Curation Myth Ministries @ Box 13
June 18th 7-9:30pm
6700 Harrisburg Blvd.