Opening Reception: Teen Council Group Show At Texas Art Asylum

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Contemporary Arts Museum Houston says
Join CAMH's Teen Council at the Texas Art Asylum for a free and open to the public reception, celebrating the exhibition "Teen Council Group Show."

The works showcase each artist's unique perspective on social, political, and personal issues. Alex Rodriguez's sculptural work centers around recreating relationships important to them; Matthew Watowich's art examines humankind's increasingly distant relationship with the environment; and June Ngo's work examines the art world politic through sculpture. In addition to the presentation of visual artwork by Teen Council members, the opening reception will feature the premiere of Kizer Shelton's chapbook "HOUSE," a reading by Jaelynn Walls, and a concert by Eli Winter. Presented together, Teen Council Group Show surveys a variety of art-making practices by teenage contemporary artists and creatives living in Houston who are committed to honing their skills as cultural leaders through the production of artistic practice, academic research, exhibit curation, and program organization.

Participating artists include: Hank Bond, Adrian Jimenez, El'Mashiyah Miller, Connor Mizell, June Ngo, Alex Rodriguez, Kizer Shelton, Jaelynn Walls, Matthew Watowich, Thor Westergaard, and Eli Winter.

Learn more here: http://camh.org/exhibitions/teen-council-group-show
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By: Contemporary Arts Museum Houston

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