Thursday, September 10, 2009


Lee Walton, Let's Push Things Forward, 2008

Chris Baker, Curtis Mann, David Oresick, Marivi Ortiz, Brian Piana, Jon Rafman, Penelope Umbrico, Lee Walton
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Sept 10 - Oct 24
Fotofest Headquarters
1113 Vine Street

Wayne White
5-7 pm
Sept 10 - Oct 18
Rice Gallery
Rice University, 6100 Main Street

Ace Skates on Thursdays

Thursday, September 10
Begins at 7 pm
At The Catastrophic Theatre office
540 Sul Ross

A new work by Truman Phelps that will move you...LITERALLY. Ace Skates
on Thursdays chronicles a day in the life/existential journey of a 12
year old boy as he skateboards around his neighborhood. The audience
will follow Ace's route as each scene takes place at a different venue
within walking distance. How kick ACE is that?!

Written by Mr. Truman Phelps
Directed by Mr. Philip Hays
With performances from Mr. Jared Doreck, Mr. Salvador Chevez, and the
lovely Ms. Veronica Blanco

Performances are the last three Thursdays in September (the 10th,
17th, and 24th) and begin at 7pm. The show will start at The
Catastrophic Theatre office.

*IMPORTANT NOTE* One free popsicle is included with the purchase of a ticket.

Tim Roda, Untitled #61, 2005

Jaimie Warren, Dancing in the Late Night, 2008

Artist As Performer
Ok Hyun Ahn, Diane Ducruet, Kara Hearn, William Lamson, Robert and Shana Parke-Harrison, Christopher Pickett, Tim Roda and Jaimie Warren
6-9 pm
Sept 10 - Nov 5
Houston Center for Photography
1441 Alabama

Anthony Masullo, 4018, 2002

Anthony Masullo
6-9 pm
Sept 10 - Oct 28
Texas Gallery
2012 Peden St (behind River Oaks Theater)

Scorpion Child * Emeralds * Spain Colored Orange
starts at, like, 10 or something.
Rudyard's Pub
on Waugh

photo by Allison Hunter, included in IKE

The Book (Signing)
7 - 9 pm
Domy Books
1709 Westheimer

Last day for Waymaker Gallery's Saving Sisyphus

Houston Lyceum: Eloquence
6:30 pm
This lecture series revisits identical topics—but with a contemporary take—from Houston’s earliest cultural institution, The Houston Lyceum, founded in 1854 as a precursor to the first public library. “Eloquence” will be presented by Dr. Mike Fain, Director of the University of Houston Forensic Society.