Saturday, July 27 from 2pm to 5pm
Artist in Residence Chloe Helen Calthorpe Dillon Stewart exhibited works produced during her residency with us, focusing on the concepts and realities of stigma and mental illness.
Stewart says: “During my residency at Splendora Gardens- I unturned a puzzle piece of mental illness & addiction. In this exhibition, I explored the feelings of a person suffering in body and mind, as well as remind us that #ƧTIGMA still exists. I am using printmaking, photography, painting, and sculpture as a viewer to exhibit something that is so intangible it can’t presently be seen or touched. The exhibition '#ƧTIGMA. Haven’t we got it backwards?' is dedicated to my late psychiatrist Dr. David Love, who despite giving up hope, gave me hope in life.”
Texas Sculpture Group
June 1 - July 26, 2019
Saturday, June 1
Panel discussion: 11am - 12pm
Potluck and Opening: 12pm - 4pm
Third Annual National Flower Show
March 23 - May 18, 2019
Saturday, March 23 from 3pm to 6pm
A floral themed, open call event. This is our third year showcasing talent from across the state, nation, and world.
Ready and Resilient Visual and Performing Artists
Tuesday, October 23, 4:30pm to 7:30pm
Hosted by national experts, these workshops will help creatives weather the next disaster with greater resilience. Visual and performing artists and others will learn strategies to help protect their art, studios, and livelihood.
While attendance is free for this event, you should reserve your spot at houstonartsalliance.com/ready
Co-hosted and presented by the HAA
A Solo Exhibition by Alton DuLaney
Presented by Splendora Gardens and
Gem & Bolt Mezcal + Damiana
October 13 - December 8
Saturday, October 13 from 5pm to 8pm
Saturday, November 17 at 7pm
This solo-show is a comprehensive overview of DuLaney’s current body of conceptual work exploring the ability of art to transform the perception of objects, images, and actions.
An Artist's Talk with Tim Glover
Saturday, July 21 at 11am
Join us for an artist talk with public artist Tim Glover. Glover's work can be seen around Houston, across the country, and right here on the grounds of Splendora Gardens.