Art League Houston, in partnership with Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs is pleased to announce Insta11ations, 11 distinct art experiences created in each of Houston’s 11 council districts.
Insta11ations is made up of artists who are experimenting with the ways people interact with public art, who re-imagine public spaces, and who express stories of social justice and equity in their work. Artists were asked to respond to the specific needs and identities of communities that neighbor the proposed sites, and to create experiences that could engage and empower community members, and unearth, reinterpret and/or platform local histories.
Each artist will be provided with the technical support and education necessary to execute their site-specific experience from concept through fabrication and installation.
Insta11ations is a project of the City of Houston Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs and Art League Houston with funding made available through Houston Arts Alliance.
Experiences will open Spring 2020 and be on view Spring to Winter 2020.
Ryan N. Dennis
Chief Curator and Artistic Director of the Mississippi Museum of Art’s Center for Art & Public Exchange (CAPE)
Manager of Philanthropy
Kathrine G. McGovern College of the Arts
Blaffer Art Museum and School of Art
University of Houston
Artist and Civic Art + Design Project Manager at Houston Arts Alliance
Maria C. Gaztambide, PhD
Director and Chief Curator of Public Art of the University of Houston System
Curator at MECA and Project Manager for Arts District Houston
Curator at DiverseWorks
Leslie Moody Castro
Independent Curator and Writer
Curator and Manager at The African American Library at the Gregory School