ArtCrawl Houston presents the 25th Annual Artist’s Warehouse ArtCrawl, in the original cluster of artists warehouses in Downtown Houston at the annual open studios ARTCRAWLhouston2017.
Hurricane Harvey’s Artistic survivors, whose hidden and Historical warehouse neighborhood was transformed into a “Little Venice,” will open their working art studios and Exhibition spaces to the public for one day, Saturday, November 18, 2017, from 10 to 9pm.
This year’s event marks the 25th Anniversary of artistic Survival by an all volunteer – artist-run, ARTofficial, non-profit non-organization in the 4th largest city in the United States.
Over 150 Artists will pARTicipate in Houston’s original cluster of artists warehouses: Art Squares, Hardy & Nance Studios & David Adickes Sculpture studio, the Silo & more with the landmark Last Concert Café to accommodate hungry & Thirsty ARTCRAWLERS.
MotherDogStudios, the oldest surviving warehouse in Houston, is ARTCRAWL headquarters & will present Flower & Garden Show curated by John Runnels.
“Each artist appears,Tells his or her own Individual Story & Dives back into their own…”
Since 1992, the tradition of the artists “open studios” takes place on the Saturday before Thanksgiving. Visitors have the opportunity to pARTicipate in the live/work/show spaces of these neighborhood”urban pioneers”. The mission of the ARTCRAWL is to assist the public in understanding contemporary art by directly involving the visitors in a dialogue with local artists in the Artist Warehouse District of Downtown Houston.