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2006 PARTICIPATING SPACES
(as of July 8, 2005)

MUSEUMS
Blaffer Gallery
The Menil Collection
Holocaust Museum Houston
Houston Museum Of Natural Science
The Museum Of Fine Arts, Houston

NON-PROFIT SPACES
Buffalo Bayou Artpark
The Cloister Gallery at Christ Church Cathedral
Diverseworks Art Space
Heritage Society Museum
Houston Center for Contemporary Craft
Houston Center for Photography
The Jung Gallery
l'Alliance Franšaise
Lawndale Art Center
The Margolis Gallery, Congregation Beth Israel
Mother Dog Studios
North Harris College Art Gallery
Northline Art Gallery, HCC Northeast
Project Row Houses
Southwest Chinese Baptist Church
Space 125 Gallery at the CACHH
Stages Repertory Theatre
TALA, Texas Accountants & Lawyers for the Arts
University of Houston, Clear Lake
University of St. Thomas, Jones Gallery

COMMERCIAL GALLERIES
Arthur Meyerson Studio/Gallery
Batts Gallery
Bering & James
Blossom Street Gallery And Sculpture Garden
Casa Ramirez, Folk Art Gallery
Dakota Framing & Gallery
Dean Day Gallery
Defrog Gallery
Fleury Gallery
Gallery E at Salon E
Gallery Sonja
Goldesberry Gallery
Gremillion & Co. Fine Art
The Heights Gallery
Hollywood Frame
Hooks - Epstein Galleries, Inc.
Inman Gallery
Joan Wich & Co. Gallery
John Cleary Gallery
KGA Compound
Koelsch Gallery
McClain Gallery
McMurtrey Gallery
MKG Art Management
Mind Puddles
Moody Gallery
Negative Space
The New Gallery
Parkerson Gallery
Poissant Gallery
Redbud Gallery
Rudolph Projects/Art Scan Gallery
Seaside Gallery
Sicardi Gallery
Watermark

CORPORATE SPACES
230 Westcott
Minnette Boesel Properties, Inc.
One City Centre
Travis Tower

RETAIL SPACES AND RESTAURANTS
6 Degree's Lounge
Camera Co/Op
Dean's Credit Clothing
Deans/Clarks
Foley's
London Hair Company
Salon on Kirby
The Right Mix
X Nihilo

ARTIST RUN SPACES
5004 Feagan
Houston Potters Guild
Silver Street Studios
Studio 314
The White Swan Studio

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FotoFest 2006 - Participating Spaces

A Participating Space is any venue, from museums to commercial galleries to office buildings, restaurants and warehouses, that choose to exhibit photographic art to coincide with the FotoFest Biennial. Participating Spaces have the benefit of being a part of the United States' oldest and longest-running photographic event, including listings in its Map, Calendar and other promotional materials, (distributed at locations throughout the city), for free. Additionally, entries in the FotoFest Biennial Catalogue, the official publication of the event are made available to Participating Spaces at cost price.

FotoFest will publish the general Biennial announcement postcard in late 2005 or early 2006. We will be continually updating the FotoFest web site in the interim. A preliminary listing of Participating Spaces and links will be posted on the web site in June 2005. 35,000 copies of the citywide Event and Exhibit Maps will be printed in late February-early March 2006 and will be mailed nationally and internationally. Listings on the map and calendar are free to Participating Spaces.

If you are interested in being a Participating Space during the FotoFest 2006 Biennial, please let us know by March 15, 2005 by filling out the form below.

For information, schedules and fees for the FotoFest 2006 Catalogue click here .

Below is a preliminary schedule for materials and information needed from participating spaces.

Please direct any questions to:

Jennifer Ward
Exhibitions Coordinator
713/223.5522 ext 18
exhibits@fotofest.org


FOTOFEST 2006 SCHEDULE
(as of June 2005)

FOTOFEST 2006
Houston, Texas
March 10-April 23, 2006

FotoFest 2006 Grand Opening Festivities
March 10, 2006
NOTE: FotoFest will open on this date, but the exact date of Opening Festivities will be confirmed later this year.

Exhibitions and Installations
March 10-April 23, 2006
Dates will vary for different organizations.

The International Meeting Place - Portfolio reviews for artists.
March 10-23, The DoubleTree Hotel, Downtown Houston, 400 Dallas Street.
The DoubleTree Downtown, is the headquarters hotel for FotoFest 2006

FotoFest Fine Print Auction
March 14, The DoubleTree Hotel, Downtown Houston.

Artist Workshops
March 14 and 19, The DoubleTree Hotel, Downtown Houston
FotoFest will be sponsoring two one-day workshops with well-know photographer consultant and educator Mary Virginia Swanson, along with ASMP (American Society of Media Photographers)

Citywide Gallery Openings
March 10-23, 2006
Gallery openings take place through the entire month. Many galleries like to open during the Meeting Place, which is held the first two weeks of the festival. We do run shuttles for out of town visitors. Please remember we are unable to get to everyone. All out town visitors will be given invitations and notice to all exhibitions.


FOTOFEST 2006 PRELIMINARY SCHEDULE FOR MATERIALS AND INFORMATION NEEDED FROM PARTICIPATING SPACES

March 15, 2005 - Decision on participation with latest phone numbers, address, gallery hours, web site, contact person/email for FotoFest 2006.

June 1, 2005 - Any available press information on show. Preliminary FotoFest 2006 press mailing goes out June-July 2005.

July 8, 2005 - Decision on participation in 2006 catalogue. FotoFest will mail and email information, schedule and fees to all spaces in April 2005.

September 14, 2005
- Catalogue materials and payment. FotoFest will mail and email information, list of materials needed for catalogue, schedule and fees to all spaces in April 2005.

- Information for Exhibit Map/Event Calendar - title of exhibit, name of artist(s), gallery hours, exhibit dates, any changes in address and phone number, web site and whether exhibit is part of themes or not.

- Updated press information on show. FotoFest 2006 press mailings go out October 2005 - January 2006.


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