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PLACE, POSITION, PERSON

2019 Summer High School Studio Art Intensive Exhibition

Opening Reception: 6 – 9 PM Friday August 2, 2019
Exhibition Dates: August 2 - 24, 2019
Front Gallery 

Art League Houston is excited to present the 2019 Summer High School Studio Art Intensive Exhibition: place, position, person, an annual group exhibition by students from Art League’s High School Intensive Program. The Summer High School Studio Art Intensive Program serves 16 students ages 14-17 in Houston, TX over a twelve-week period in the summer. The program consists of three weeks of onsite workshops, talks, an offsite public art project, and field trips led by teaching artists, art historians, educators, curators and arts professionals to delve into a variety of mediums, practices and concepts. The fourth week consists of open studio time for students to create their final projects – including one-on-one studio visits from teaching artists and curators. Students are supported by ALH as they independently complete their projects, and the program culminates in a four week exhibition in the Art League Houston Front Gallery.

Participating High School Students: Althea Nigos, Ava Jiang, boya shi, Elissa Saenz, Elisse Gachupín, Emmy Smith, Ire Asojo, Julia Rossel, Marianna Pachon, Levy Cao and Perla Gomez

Participating Mentoring Alumni (M.A) Students: Adora Goodluck, Claire Waller, Kathryn Lloyd and Sophia Malik

Intensive Studio Assistant: Gabriela Sosa

Participating Teaching Artists: Armando Castellan, Dani Antelo, Emily Sloan, Grace Zuniga, Jamie Robertson, Jaz Henry, Lovie Olivia, Melissa Walter, Moe Penders, Nicolle Lamere, Nyssa Juneau, Qindeel Butt and Reyes Ramirez

Community Collaborators: Sawyer Yards (Grace Zuniga), Fresh Arts (Angela Carranza & Reyes Ramirez), The Station (Sophie Asakura), Box13 Artspace (Nicolle LaMere & Alberto Careaga), Mystic Lyon (Emily Sloan), CAMH (Adriana Benevides & Michael Simmonds), Lawndale (Emily Fens) and Houston Center for Contemporary Craft (Natalie Scavina)


2019 ALH INSTRUCTOR EXHIBITION

Opening Reception: 6 – 9 PM Friday August 2, 2019
Exhibition Dates: August 2 - 24, 2019
Hallway Space

Art League Houston (ALH) is excited to present the annual 2019 Art League Instructor Show, a group exhibition featuring works in sculpture, mixed-media, drawing, painting and ceramics by some of Houston’s exciting emerging and established artists who teach at the Art League School.

Participating Instructors: Ruben Coy, Gao Hang, Caroline Graham, Salli Babbitt, Susan Budge, Molly Koehn, Laura Spector, Nicolle LaMere, Polly Liu, Lucinda Cobley, Steve Parker, Cary Reeder, Erika Garrett, Alberto Careaga, Zain bin Awais, and Myke Venable

ABOUT THE ART LEAGUE SCHOOL

Founded in 1968, the Art League School seeks to develop Houston-area artists through its quarterly studio art classes and workshops. Each year, over 1,000 adult students of diverse backgrounds, skill levels, and ages enroll in over 100 classes and workshops annually at ALH. Led by professional artist instructors, classes and workshops take place in three fully equipped studio spaces where students work in painting, drawing, watercolor, printmaking, mixed media, collage, jewelry, and other media. To ensure individual attention and to accommodate varying skill levels, courses are maintained with a limited number of students. There are no prerequisites for enrollment and courses are offered at an affordable cost to allow broad access to anyone interested. Students also have access to exhibitions, lectures, public programs, and artist talks offered throughout the year to further their training as artists.


2019 ALH STUDENT EXHIBITION

Opening Reception: 6 – 9 PM Friday August 2, 2019
Exhibition Dates: August 2 - 24, 2019
Main Gallery

Art League Houston (ALH) is excited to present the annual 2019 Art League Student Exhibition, a group exhibition featuring works in jewelry, drawing, mixed-media, ceramic, printmaking and painting by students who participated in classes through the Art League School during the past year.

Participating Artists: Ieda Acunzo, Zandra Addington, Ivanna Albertin, Erika Alonso, Sian Anamosa, Shaza Anderson, Deborah Blake, Nancy Bloching-Watkins, Haley Bowen, Susan Branisa, Johanna Brassert, Angela Buchanan, Kelley Busby, Emily Chiles, Katerina Chrisinis, DeAnn Christensen, Michelle Collins, Kimberly Crawford, Amie Cunningham, Tania DeJohn, Pat Engle, Ana Frey, Carvel Glenn, Candice Goodwin, Karen Greer, Erik Gronfor, Oscar Guzman, Mary Hallab, Johana Hartjen, Sheila Hetherington, Theresa Honeycheck, Danielle Husband, Jill Anne Jack, Kate Keating, Afshan Khan, Susanna Kieval, Binny Kim, PhD, Anson Koshy, Daniel Lacorazza, Randall Lamb, Kellie Lawrence, Michael Llewellyn, Yessenia Lopez, Gregory Lyons, Caroline Marcos, Holly Martinez, Gloria Marubio, Deborah Melanson, Anne Meng, Allison S. Miller, Anuja Nair, Tatyana Neal, Chris Noble, Alicia Oates, N. Blanca (Crystal Owens), Francis Peronard, Bridgette Phillips, Harold Prasatik, Joy Pulaski, Leslie Rahuba, Nancy Reid, Janet Rexroad, Ashley Rhoads, Martha Rollo, Elena Salvage, Esmeralda Sanchez, Carol Sepulveda, Lyra Sihra, Alexander Song, Peggy Steup, Jerrolyn Travers, Elizabeth Unruh, Kelly Vandersnick, Pamela Vangiessen, Ami Westrich, Terry Wheeler, Ronald Williamson, Jennifer Wingo, Teresa Winkler, Karen Wong, Onna Yeung, Yao You and Anastasia Zabelina.

ABOUT THE ART LEAGUE SCHOOL

Founded in 1968, the Art League School seeks to develop Houston-area artists through its quarterly studio art classes and workshops. Each year, over 1,000 adult students of diverse backgrounds, skill levels, and ages enroll in over 100 classes and workshops annually at ALH. Led by professional artist instructors, classes and workshops take place in three fully equipped studio spaces where students work in painting, drawing, watercolor, printmaking, mixed media, collage, jewelry, and other media. To ensure individual attention and to accommodate varying skill levels, courses are maintained with a limited number of students. There are no prerequisites for enrollment and courses are offered at an affordable cost to allow broad access to anyone interested. Students also have access to exhibitions, lectures, public programs, and artist talks offered throughout the year to further their training as artists.