10 AM - 9 PM
DATE: One day event, Saturday, November 23, 2019, from 10 AM to 9 PM. (Some warehouses will be open on Sunday.)
TIME: 10 AM – 9 PM
WHERE: The Original ARTISTS’ WAREHOUSE DISTRICT
(North of Downtown between San Jacinto, Interstate 10 and McKee Street)
PARKING: Street Parking available at each participating warehouse
GETTING THERE: METRO Light Rail (exit UH Downtown), drive, hike, bike, skate, CRAWL!
CONTACTS: Louise Schlachter , John Runnels 713.229.9760
The ORIGINAL & HISTORIC Downtown Artists’ Warehouse District will open working art studios and exhibition spaces to the public for the official ARTCRAWLHOUSTON 2019.
This year’s event marks the 27th anniversary of Artistic Survival, celebrated by an all-volunteer, artist-run, non-organization in the 4th largest city in the United States.
Over 150 artists have pARTicipated in Houston’s original cluster of artists’ warehouses
Hardy & Nance Studios
Michael Morton Architects
David Adickes Sculpture Studio
The original Silo Studios
Mother Dog Studios
Harambee Art Gallery
The landmark LAST CONCERT CAFÉ will accommodate hungry and thirsty ARTCRAWLERS.
MotherDogStudios, the oldest surviving warehouse in Houston, is ARTCRAWL headquarters and will present the exhibition MOTHER. NATURE. HUMAN. NATURE. BACK. TO. NATURE. Curated by John Runnels.
ArtcrawlHouston's Printer, Allegra, Goes the extra mile.
"Allegra will be the leading value-added marketing solutions and graphic communications provider, solving problems on the front and back end of the project and exceeding customer expectations with quality, on-time performance."
Allegra is a derivation of "allegro," which is a musical term that means pick up the tempo and make livelier. In Spanish it means to please, make happy or brighten. The Allegra name reflects the highly responsive way we provide service to our customers.
Located at 15020 Mintz Lane
Bisong Art Gallery
Bisong Art Gallery specializes in contemporary art from emerging and mid-career artists. All mediums including paintings, mixed media, digital art, photography, hand blown glass and sculptures. The gallery is open Wednesday - Saturday, 1pm - 5pm and by appointment. This year featuring on the patio: Edgar Medina
Located in Erie City Iron Works 1305 Sterrett Street
Deer Slug Studio
Working artist studio which features the works of artist Stephanie Gonzalez,
a local full time artist who creates works using unconventional materials. and Chris Gercham.
"My work, while abstract, attempts to represent specific emotional instances or conflicts that occur within my mind and/or heart and/or “soul."
Located in 20 /20 Studios aka Deer Slug Studio 2020 Commerce
Photo Credit: Muzzewump
Elder Street Artist Lofts
There is no Artspace project which sits on land with greater historical interest than the Elder Street Artist Lofts. A municipal cemetery was established on the site in the 1840s, and over the next few decades thousands of people were buried here. The cemetery was not maintained, however, and in the early 1920s the Houston City Council decided to build a new municipal hospital on the site. Completed in 1924 and long known as the Jefferson Davis Hospital, the building is a handsome red brick structure in the Classical Revival style. Houston’s rapid growth soon rendered it inadequate, and in 1938 a new hospital replaced it. Over the years, the building housed a variety of tenants, but it stood vacant for two decades before Artspace entered the picture. Completed in 2005, this $6.3 million project houses 34 live/work units, many of which offer spectacular views of the downtown skyline. The building’s original terrazzo floors, high ceilings and large window openings all were retained. One feature of the project is a partial “green” roof — the first Artspace project to feature this environmentally sustainable amenity.
Photo credit: Steve Hudson
Located in Elder Street Artist Lofts 1101 Elder Street
HUE Artist Market Pop Up
A Houston Urban Experience (HUE) Biennial Mural Art Festival
Presented and inspired by Houston First Arts District Houston Artists: Alex Arzu, Jasmine Zelaya, Vivienne Dang, Jessica Rice, Jessica Guerra and GONZO247
Saint Arnold Brewing Co. Artists: Verny Sanchez, DECK WGF, El Edu, VurseOne, Meenr, Zenfull, ColorOne, Sayra Vallejo "Sy", & Sam Blumberg
Graffiti Park Artists: Nicky Davis & Scott Tarboxx
Headquarters Artists: KiriLeigh Jones, MrBbaby, & Verny Sanchez
Installation, Pop-up, Performer, Vendor Artists: Alex Ramos of InputOutput, Shelbie Nicole, Tina Zulu of Kimono Zulu
Located at St Arnold Brewing: 2000 Lyons Ave.
Houston Media Source
Public Access Station!
• Access to cameras, lights, microphones, and more!
• A television channel and a radio station devoted to broadcasting your shows!
• We provide Training!
713-524-7700 x 113
Comcast 17, AT&T U-verse 99, Phonoscope 96, Sudden Link 99 and online
Located at 410 Roberts Street
The Houstoner Project
Revolution is our obligation: our hope of evolution. The Revolution is in the individual spirit, or it is nowhere. It is for all, or it is nothing. If it is seen as having any end, it will never truly begin. We can’t stop here. We must go on. We must take the risks.
Located in Bienville Furniture Co.: 801 William Street
Los Muertos Tattoos Studio
As each individual is unique, Los Muertos Tattoo Studio pridefully creates custom tattoos for each individual. The dedicated artist are please to create meaningful, significant, distinctive and realistic body art for each of their customers. In addition, Los Muertos is an art filled studio that seconds as a gallery, exposing their creations from ink to paint.
Featuring Omar Hernandez, Anji Rose, Imthew0rst - Adrian Wilder.
Located in Erie City Iron Works on Richey Street and 1310 Nance
Missions 4 NewLife
M4NL thrives due to the hard work of many talented and gifted volunteers who serve at the New Life Center. Financial donations from sponsors is an excellent way to support people from all walks of life and every corner of the planet looking for ways of expressing themselves through the arts—music, performance, visual, writing, culinary, gardening, horticulture — Visit our Community Garden. Sow Seeds for the Harvest.
Together, we can make Art powerful Medicine
Located in M4NL Warehouse 805 Hardy Street
Mother Dog Studios
“Mother Nature. Human Nature. BackTo Nature."
“People talk of a return to Nature- I wonder where they could have been all this time?”
*Martin Amorous,*Casey Arquelles Gregory, *Suzanne Banning,*Tanna Bennett, *N. Blanca,* Carolina Borja,*Evie Browning,*Andreś Carrette, *Camila Carrette, *Martha Carson,*Frances Carter Stephens, * Fernando Casas, *Joo Yong Choi, *Peter Dickson,* Liz Conces Spencer,*Thedra Cullar-Ledford,* Elena Cusi Wortham,* Zoanna Daluz Maney,*Leslie Field,*Jo Ann Fleischhauer, *Jeff Forster,* Ken Frederick, * Hazel Ganze, *Martha Gibson,*Ron Gordon, *Tristan Hadley,* Mary Margaret Hansen,*Keith J.r. Hollingsworth,* Sara Lucinda Ince, *Charles Jones,*Corinne Jones, *Solomon Kane, *Stephen P. Keller, Sharon Kopriva, *Steven Lesser, *Summer Lydick, *Marguerite Locke, *Ken Mazzu,* Lynet McDonald, *Trina McIsaac, *Kelly S. Moran,*Mark Nelson, *Jim Nolan,*Carrie Olsen,*Ellen Orseck, *Sherry Owens, *Grace Phillips, *Cynthia Reid,*Emily Rensink, *Keith Roy,* John Runnels,*Kobe Saki, *Charlie Jean Sartwelle,* Louise Schlachter, *John Slaby, *Tra' Slaughter, *T. Smith, *Becky Soria,* Earl Staley, *Cressandra Thibodeaux, *Charles Wiese,* Jo Zider.
This Year Featuring Heights Fools on Stools: an acoustic guitar driven, vocal trio (2 guitars and electric bass) that specialize in vocal harmonies. "We play a great mix of music at a typically lower volume and can fit in most any type of setting. Our music consists of a blend of everything from 1960’s Pop (Beatles/Mamas & Papas) to Contemporary Easy Listening (Aimee Mann/The Shins). There is a lot of Americana and Texas Singer/Songwriter mixed into the set lists. We also play some original material that works into this blend of styles very well. A sample song list and demo videos are available on our Facebook page & Youtube, Contact us at , 713-628-2822"
Mother Dog Studios
Located at 720 Walnut
NDT Seals, Inc
NDT Seals, Inc. is a family-owned and managed business in Houston, Texas. We design, manufacture and distribute the patented NDT Inspection Plug and NDT Inspection Point Labels. These products are used in the Process Safety Management and Mechanical Integrity efforts underway in the refining, chemical, petrochemical, paper and pulp, household products, food processing, and transportation industries.
With the greatest appreciation for the role that NDT plays in making our world a safer place, we are deeply committed to serving our industry through action, stewardship and, quite simply, lending a helping hand in any way possible.
We are honored to be affiliated with many outstanding organizations that prioritize volunteerism, fellowship, and progress.
Located in Bienville Furniture Co.1333 Sterrett
"Owner Jim Pirtle's iconic downtown bar, music and art/performance venue Notsuoh (Houston spelled backwards) has by this time achieved a legendary, almost mythical reputation for weirdness. One of the employees we spoke with called the place an electric art dive, while Pirtle himself says the space is the result of a marriage between a historical building more than 100 years old with the collection of a thrift-store junkie. Just some of the wonders to behold include old bicycles hanging from the rafters, nude female mannequins turned into works of art, a knight's armor, and an old piano encrusted with what appears to be some kind of gems, remains of a stained glass window, dominoes, and assorted other trinkets. ..." via Houston Press
Scott Calhoun, Robert Catalusci, Renee Cruz, Otis Euban, Rick Lowe, David McGhee, Ike Morgan ,Nick Patinyot, Ron Smith, Norman Umstead, Dick Wray.
4pm 2am Monday - Friday
Open on Saturday During ArtCrawlHouston ... after 4pm
Located at 314 Main Street
What began as a beautiful space for a creative arts agency has since grown into a chain of Houston’s most unique event venues. We like to think of our all-inclusive spaces as works of art themselves. Modern, bright, and designed for versatility, each location combines a chic feel with industrial flair to provide the ideal space for wedding receptions, rehearsal dinners, business events, pop-ups, workshops, and so much more.
Contact Keagan Harley
(832) 677- 0276
Located in Erie City Iron Works 1315 Sterrett
"SEE A NEED. MEET A NEED."
Sanman Company LLC is created to construct positive influence within communities by developing innovative cultural and social concepts through art, design, events and music.
Contact Steven Rogers
Located in Dakota Lofts 711 William Street
Super Happy Fun Land is Houston's venue for experimental electronic music, underground jazz, and outsider art! Featuring: Super Happy Theater with room for 290 folks, SHFL Art Gallery, Super Fun Patio and SHFL Lending Library. A great place for fundraisers and private parties!
"Super Happy Fun Land - Anything Can Happen!"
The festival is being put on by Doormat Records which is a lo-fi art rock label and features over 25 bands from all over the country.
Located at 3801 Polk Street
EESG's 10 Annual Día de Muertos Group show
On display now at MECA @ the TBH Center is brought to you by The Houston Institute for Culture, East End Studio Gallery.
This group exhibition looks to honor our loved ones passed and our community through art and memories. Día de Muertos focuses on gatherings in remembrance of loved ones who have passed on.
Participating artists: Blue 130, Cynthia Vela, David Pilgrim, Hancock Brothers, Julie Zarate, Leticia Santos, Lizbeth Ortiz, Louis Gonzalez, Mandy Peyrani, Marco Guerra, Rafael MAGIK Villarreal, Yannina-Yaboada, and Yoshio Romero.
Curated by Lizbeth Ortiz
The Artist Gallery at Hardy & Nance Studios
Hardy Street Studios now joins Nance Street Studios in Houston's historic, downtown art/warehouse district to provide 15,000sf of good, affordable, air-conditioned working space for area artists. All under one big roof. It is already home to painters, sculptors, jewelry makers, fabric artists, photographers & videographers, and the space will accommodate most visual arts media.
Located in The Hardy & Nance Studios 902 Hardy at Nance
The Silo, the place where the improbable becomes the possible.
From the ashes of Comet Rice Mill came a unique venue for the arts and education.
A hybrid place that fosters creativity and allow for new frontiers of expression and education. Current and Past programs feature: Urban Farming, Film production, Movie viewing, Music, Videos, Weddings, Receptions, Photo Shoots, Memorials, Parties, Classes and Workshops all on our 7 acres.parties!
This year The Silo is featuring: Kenneth Crimmins
Located at 4601 Clinton Drive
For more information, contact:
Mother Dog Studios
720 Walnut Street
Houston, TX 77002
History of Participants' Buildings