Founded : 2001
Address : 1502 Alabama St, Houston, TX 77004, United States
Timings : 11:00 am to 6:00 pm (Wednesday-Sunday), Monday- Tuesday closed
Admission Fee : None
Exhibitions : No Man’s Land, DEMOCRACIA: ORDER, in(di)visible, Degrees of Separation, Collective Reaction, Because We Are etc.
Events : PRIDE DIVIDE, No Matter What Sign You Are, Station Museum Summer Sound Series, An Evening of Conversation with Irvin Tepper.
Countries of Focus : Afghanistan, Iraq, India, Russia, Congo, Mexico, Peru, Austria etc.
Artists Featured : Mel Chin, James Drake, Dick Wray, Jesse Lott, George Smith
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The Station Museum of Contemporary Art in Houston’s Third Ward area is an organization which aims to showcase works of fine art or contemporary art, especially those that depict Houston’s rich culture. The various exhibitions from India, Russia, Congo, Colombia, Peru and other nations portray work by local, national and international artists and put into question numerous social constructs.
It has also been known to organise lectures, fundraisers, music events, film-screenings and other events so as to encourage dialogue on various social causes like politics, economics, culture etc. Some of the artists whose works have been put on display here include Jesse Lott, George Smith, and Mel Chin, amongst others.