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Socialite Lynn Wyatt shares story of life, hardships

Always Fab! Thanks Jennifer.

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Best of Houston ART CAR Parade 2009

Nothing represents the spirit of Houston better than the annual Art Car Parade going on this weekend.  The parade is put on by the Orange Show.  Check out their site for details.

Art show at Lawndale May 7th 2010

Thanks to everyone who came out for the inaugural Design Fair at Lawndale Art Center this year!

For today’s video, studio resident, Nick Meriwether, has created a not-to-be-topped invitation to Lawndale Artist Studio Program Exhibition opening this weekend. The invitation alone should make you want to go!

Bari Ziperstein at Art Palace


Artist Bari Ziperstein discusses For Display Purposes Only currently on view at Art Palace, Houston. This is the first video created exclusively for Keep Houston Rich.  I hope you enjoy it!

From an interview with LipstickTracez:

“The works begs the question at what point do the possessions we use to mark our identity and decorate our lives end up becoming a burden? When does our stuff consume us?”

3D Building Mapping Projection

Our friends at LD Systems got together with Texas Video & Post to create this amazing light display at the George R. Brown.  They were featured on CNN as a viral video of the day.  Congratulations on the great show!

A Blaffer Gallery Interview with Jon Pylypchuk

Blaffer Gallery sat down with artist Jon Pylypchuk to talk about his new exhibition, which is on view at Blaffer September – November 14, 2009. The learn more about the exhibition or attend upcoming programs associated with the show, visit www.blaffergallery.org.

Elixir of Love at the Houston Grand Opera


This is the last weekend for the Houston Grand Opera’s 09-10 season starter, Elixir of Love. From their site:

“Donizetti’s sweet love story, THE ELIXIR OF LOVE is at Houston Grand Opera from Oct 23 to Nov 7, 2009 www.HoustonGrandOpera.org/ElixirofLove

This sparkling folktale is one of Donizettis most popular operas. Lovesick Nemorino falls madly in love with the young landowner Adina knowing well that she is out of his league. Luckily, the scheming Dr. Dulcamara has just the cure to what ails him. Russian soprano Ekaterina Siurina sings the minx Adina and John Osborn is Nemorino. Internationally renowned Italian bass-baritone Alessandro Corbelli plays Dr. Dulcamara, and Liam Bonner is the flamboyant Sergeant Belcore. Directed by Annabel Arden, this delightful production takes place in a rustic Italian town square.”

Second Seating


Tonight at Second Seating in the East End, “Carolyn Casey is bringing hundreds of LED ‘throwie’ lights and we’ll toss these tiny lights on the building to create a one night light show. Don’t miss this!”

Second Seating the Exhibition is scheduled to close this weekend. Make sure to get out there and support this venture before its too late.

Dia de los Muertos

Join the Lawndale Art Center for their annual Dia de los Muertos celebration. From their site:

Gala and Retablo Silent Auction
Friday, October 23, 2009
Artist, Member and Sponsor preview 6-7 PM
Gala and Silent Auction 7-9 PM

Event Chairs
Michelle Aviña and Steven Hempel

Admission: $40 per person
$30 for Lawndale Members
Available at the door, by calling 713.528.5858
or email askus@lawndaleartcenter.org

The festivities begin with a silent auction Friday, October 23. The auction of retablos, created and donated by nearly 300 Texas artists, feature contemporary interpretations of this traditional, devotional art. Guests will also enjoy Día de los Muertos exhibitions in the Cavnar and Mezzanine Galleries which feature the works of Houston school children.
Music from Mr. Bristle and friends. Tasty tidbits and libations from Mission Burrito, Tacos A Go-Go, Raven Grill, Tart Cafe, Brasil, The Chocolate Bar, Saint Arnold Brewing Company and El Milagro Tequila.
For ticket information, call 713-528-5858.