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Lawndale Art Center Newsletter: The Big Show Opens Friday!
Lawndale Art Center Houston

July, 2013

4912 Main Street, Houston, TX 77002 | 713.528.5858   
Lawndale Art Center Newsletter
Tuesday, July 9, 2013
 
In This Issue
The Big Show 2013
Juror
The Big Slide Show
Sponsors
Thank You!
 
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Your generosity provides funding forLawndale's many free programs and directly supports artists all year. Your financial support also helps to cover Big Show expenses such as the production and printing of the catalog, the juror's honorarium and cash awards for the artists.

To find out more about making a donation, please download our   Donor Packet, contact us at713.528.5858 or emailaskus@lawndaleartcenter.org.

 

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Houston Museum District 

THE BIG SHOW 2013

On view July 12 - August 10 

Opening Reception  
Friday, July 12, 2013, 6:30-8:30 PM
Awards announced at 7 PM
DJ set by Night Drive
Complimentary beverages provided by Bombay Sapphire World Bazaar andSaint Arnold Brewing Company  
Ladybird food truck and PhotoMoto will also be onsite
 

 

The Big Show is Lawndale Art Center's annual open-call, juried exhibition. It has been an important venue through which emerging and under-represented Houston area artists gain exposure since the show's conception in 1984. The Big Show was formerly the East End Show, sponsored by the East End Progress Association, at Lawndale's original location.

Each year Lawndale Art Center invites a guest juror to select from work submitted by artists living within 100 miles of Houston. Artists are invited to bring up to three works of art, not previously shown in Houston, to Lawndale Art Center where the work is juried on-site for a chance to be included in the show and a shot at $3,000 in cash awards.

 

For this year's exhibition, a total of 83 works by 67 artists were selected by juror Duncan Mackenzie, Artist/Critic/Writer and Co-Founder of Bad at Sports, for the exhibition from 922 works submitted by 366 artists. Artists selected for the exhibition include:

 

Hannah Adams, John Adelman,  Alonso BedollaKari BreitigamAdrian Landon Brooks,  Chadwick + Spector, Raina Chamberlain, Perry Chandler, Monica Chhay,  JooYoung Choi, K.C. Collins, Felipe ContrerasTerry Crump, Andy Dearwater, Alex Larsen and  Alexander DiJulio, Jennifer Ellison, Avril Falgout, Bryan Forrester, Kelli Foster, Caitlin Fredette, Luna Gajdos, Daniela Galindo, Bryan Keith Gardner, Matthew Glover, Nerissa Gomez, David P. Gray, Carrie Green Markello,  Casey Arguelles Gregory, Sarah Hamilton, Jorge Imperio, Jenna Jacobs, Sandra A. Jacobs, Jeremy Keas, Bradley Kerl,  Galina Kurlat, Marilyn Faulk Lanser,  Melinda LaszczynskiJoan Laughlin, Eva Martinez, David McClain, Leo Medrano, Susannah MiraKia NeillMari Omori, Bernice Peacock, Eric Pearce, Ellen Phillips, Page PilandJulon PinkstonEduardo Portillo, Cinta Rico, Natalie Rodgers,  Darcy RosenbergerNana Sampong, Kay SarverJohn Slaby, Rosalind Speed,Earl StaleyAdair StephensAlexine O. StevensSaralene Tapley, Happy Valentine, David H. Waddell, Camille WarmingtonChantal Wnuk,Martin Wnuk and Tera Yoshimura  

 

Parking for the opening reception is available in the Lawndale lot at the corner of Rosedale and Travis, Houston Center for Contemporary Craft lot, at Texas State Optical and in the streets in the neighborhood around Lawndale. Please do not park in the Norhill Realty / Pfluger Architects lot on the South side of the building.  

 

Juror

  

Duncan MacKenzie, Artist/Critic/Writer 
and Co-Founder of Bad at Sports
Chicago, IL  

 

Duncan MacKenzie is an Artist, Pundit, Educator and a Founding Member/Producer of Bad at Sports. His works have appeared in galleries all over the world including Canada, Australia, The United States of America, New Zealand, Estonia and England. 

Bad at Sports, a project he began with Richard Holland in 2005, is one of the USA largest arts resources and continues to grow every week, currently sharing an archive of 350 hours worth of audio documenting the art history of Chicago, New York City and San Francisco, and over 2000 posts by the best art writers in Chicago.

His work has been discussed in Flash Art, Art Forum, the New York Times, Time Out and many other venues. He is the author of over 250 interviews and has worked with such people as Rodney Graham, Kerry James Marshall, Francesco Bonami, Luc Tuymans, James Elkins, Julie Ault, Carol Becker, James Rondeau, Jeff Wall, and Gavin Turk. He currently enjoys a posting as an Assistant Professor in Art + Design at Columbia College Chicago.

 

 

The Big Slide Show

Wednesday & Thursday, July 31 & August 1, 2013
6 PM

 

Join Lawndale and Houston's talented Big Show artists for short, informal presentations about their work.  Presentations start at 6 PM each night at Lawndale Art Center. Come early as seating is limited.

 

Sponsors

Many thanks to our Big Show 2013 sponsors!

*as of July 2, 2013


RED HOT

Whole Foods Market 

 

GOBSTOPPER 

Scott R. Sparvero

 

TWIZZLER

Karol Kreymer & Robert J. Card  

David R. Graham / Felvis Foundation


SMARTIE
Jereann Chaney
GDF Suez
Tim Kollatschny & Stephen Goldberg
Mary Morrison
H. Irving Schweppe Jr. MD

TOOTSIE POP
Art Supply on Main
Demetre P. Grivas
Kerry Inman
Frazier King
Edward Korompai
One Arm Red
Page Southerland Page LLP
H. Russell Pitman

LEMON DROP 

Jonathan Beitler
James Bell
Minnette & Peter Boesel
Molly Bradford
Edward Cooper
Julie Farr
William & Fredrica Fester
Totsy Gano
Beverly & Wayne Gilbert
Candice & Nick Goodwin
Rob Greenstein
G G Hsieh & Mark Hausknecht
Mary & George Hawkins
Richard E. Fluhr & Rudy Hernandez
Caroline & Ben Jansen
Victoria & Marshal Lightman
Jewell & Joseph Ragsdale
SBS Manufacturing
Richard Stout
Misty Barnett Trahan & Chris Trahan
Christine & Ramon West
Clint Willour

IN-KIND

 

Thank You! 


Our most heartfelt thanks goes to all the amazing volunteers who lent us their time and energy to help make this year's Big Show happen! 

 

John Adelman, Max Anderson, Victoria Atkinson, Fabiola Bautista, Lisa Brooks, Chris Cascio, Terri Cummings, Ashley DeHoyos, Michael DelaFlor, Lacy Fontenot, Wendy Franklin, Ken General, Stephen Goldberg, Candice Goodwin, Corinne Goyette, Tommy Gregory, Sarah Hazel, Lynette Henry, Lainie Jasko, Adrienne Johnson Yost, Kerry Jordan, Anastasia Kirages, Tim Kollatschny, Larry Larrinaga, Cheryl Link, Eldon Luo, Apama Mackey, Kendra Madison, Gabriel Martinez, Beatriz Martinez, Cheryl Meade, Imelda Mendez, Bill Nantz, Katelyn Newman, Desiree Palacios, Alban Proietto, Britt Ragsdale, Christine Ramsey, Cary Reeder, Andrea Rodriguez, Darcy Rosenberger, Suzanne Shield-Polk, Yvonne Silva, Taylor Smith, Madilyn Stein, Phillip Tran, Linsey Whitehead, Amanda Wiggins, Lita Wills and Katia Zavistovski.

 
 
 

Programs at Lawndale are supported in part by The National Endowment for the Arts, Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, The City of Houston through the Houston Museum District Association, The Texas Commission on the Arts, Houston Endowment, The Brown Foundation, Inc., The John R. Eckel, Jr. Foundation, The John P. McGovern Foundation, Art Colony Association, John M. O'Quinn, Cecily E. Horton, Ann W. Harithas, Diana M. Hudson and Lee Kaplan, Chinhui Juhn and Edward R Allen III, Bevin and Dan Dubrowksi, Bruce Eames, Anita and David Garten, Felvis Foundation/David R. Graham, Jenny and Mark Johnson, Jeryn and Walter Mayer, Paula Murphy, Andrew C. Schirrmeister III, Scott Sparvero, TeleFlex, United Airlines, Kinzelman Art Consulting, Poggenpohl Design Studio, Saint Cloud and other contributors, memberships, benefit events and many volunteers. 


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