You’re invited to the opening reception for the exhibition Convergencia/Convergence: Latin American Women Artists of Houston—LAWAH.

The work presented in Convergencia/Convergence is as varied as the women in LAWAH (Latin American Women Artists of Houston), although two definitive trends emerge: a strong interest in the human figure, sometimes associated with a social engagement; and a deep commitment to Geometric Abstraction. This exhibition demonstrates the promised bounty of multiculturalism, worldwide, and the new dialogues enriching culture at large.

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Curator Tour

Sunday, November 17, 2 p.m.

► Convergencia/Convergence: Latin American Women Artists of Houston—LAWAH is on view at the Glassell School of Art from November 1 to December 1, 2019.

About LAWAH
Latin American Women Artists of Houston comprises Latin American artists living in Houston whose love and dedication to the arts brought them to the Glassell Studio School, where they found a community as they worked to perfect their skills. Many of the artists are students of Glassell instructor Arielle Masson, curator of the exhibition.

Drop in! Admission is free.

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The Glassell School of Art receives generous funding from the Glassell Family; The Skiles Foundation; Wells Fargo; Leslie and Brad Bucher; Sue and Rusty Burnett; The Coneway Family Foundation; John P. McGovern Foundation; Texas Commission on the Arts; Mr. and Mrs. Jamal H. Daniel; Nena and David Marsh; and additional generous donors.