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WASHINGTON ST. CORRIDOR

Year-Round Art Spaces

21 FOTOFEST AT WINTER STREET STUDIOS – 2101 Winter St. / 713-447-5390 / The Earth /The Land of the Second Sun – Heidi Bradner, Rio Grande: Burnt Water/Agua Quemada 2002-2005 – Dornith Doherty, Consuming the American Landscape – John Ganis, Fallen – Jules Greenberg, Bread and Wood – Vadim Gushchin, Stumps of Silence: Tasmania – Masaki Hirano, No Man’s Land on the Edge of Europe – Vesselina Nikolaeva, Untitled – Hyung Geun Park, Us/Them – Peter Riedlinger, Segregation Wall – Noel Jabbour, The Ice Age – Mark Ruwedel, The Red Desert Project: Seeing Past Empty: Energy Extraction and the End of a Wild
Place – Martin Stupich and Night Vision: Rocks and Stones by Moonlight – Barbara Yoshida / March 10-April 23 / Tue-Sun 11am-6pm / Opening March 15, 6-9pm

22 DAKOTA GALLERY – 2324 Shearn St. / 713-523-7440
Road Trip – Joan Bueling and Jerry Herring / March 11-April 22 / Sat 1pm-3pm or
by appointment / Opening March 11, 6-9pm

23 SILVER STREET STUDIOS – 1904 Decatur at Silver / 713-863-8347
Down to Earth – / March 16-April 14 / Tue-Sat 2pm-8pm / Opening March 16, 6-8pm

24 DEBORAH COLTON GALLERY – 2500 Summer St. Third Floor / 713-864-2364
In Between – Beth Block and It’s All Plastic – David A. Brown / March 11-April 23 / Tue-Sat 10:30am-5pm / Opening March 11, 6-9pm