Sunday, October 2
2 pm | Lecture Hall
Four projects in the works aim to rescue Houston’s significant art scene from the sands of time. Panelists Theresa Escobedo, Director, Houston Foundations’ Focus: Suzanne Paul project; Pete Gershon, Core Residency Program Coordinator at Glassell School of Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Patricia Hernandez, Founding Director, Studio One Archive Resource, Patricia Johnson, independent scholar, author, and Pulitzer-nominated former Houston Chronicle art critic, and Chelby King, independent scholar and past Lawndale Art Center Director, speak about archives and volumes in the works respectively on photographer Suzanne Paul, “Collision: Contemporary Artists in Houston 1972-1985,” the Studio One Archive Resource initiative, and the CAMH’s seminal museum director and mentor to the de Menils, Jermayne MacAgy. Moderated by Catherine D. Anspon, Executive Editor, PaperCity.