AdvertisementVisit the Museum for a public celebration of the exhibition, THIS WAY: A Houston Group Show including a performance by the immersive, multidisciplinary music project, Hassan Olu.
THIS WAY: A Houston Group Show showcases new work from Black artists who are invited to examine innovative ways of participating in the storytelling of their legacy and heritage of Houston Freedmen’s Town.
Each artist in THIS WAY: A Houston Group Show has demonstrated unique approaches that have inspired the momentum of Houston’s Black art community since 2020, distinctly connecting Black millennials and Gen Z artists and audiences. The artists will center their work around the histories and present realities of the historic Houston Freedmen’s Town.
THIS WAY: A Houston Group Show showcases new work from Imhotep Blot by way of Amaechina Blot and Studio KER led by Michael Bennett; Colby Deal, Nahtan (Nate Edwards), Dom Elam, Amarie Gipson, Priscilla T. Graham, Gem Hale, Charonda Johnson, Berlin Nicholas, Jaylen Pigford, Irene Antonia Diane Reece, and Jason Woods.
This Way: A Houston Group Show is curated by Mich Stevenson, Project Manager – Partnerships, Contemporary Arts Museum Houston and Houston Freedmen’s Town Conservancy.
Performance | Hasaan Olu
Hasaan Olu is an immersive, multidisciplinary music project that encompasses elements of spoken word, improvisation and spiritualism. Anchored by the dynamic set design of Carlos Castaneira, the presentation for the evening will be a genre bending and progressive take on musical and aesthetic fusion, pushing the boundaries of expression through sound.
This event is free to attend, but RSVPs are encouraged.
Location and Accessibility
This event will take place in CAMH’s Nina and Michael Zilkha Gallery, located on the lower level of the Museum.
For questions or concerns regarding safety or accessibility, contact YET Torres, Public Programs and CAMHLAB Manager, at [email protected].
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Houston, United States