"Architecture of Family"
Aurora Picture Show
2442 Bartlett St
Houston, TX 77098
Wed. Jun. 14 at 8 pm
Video still from "Open Your Eyes" by Allison Hunter, 2016.
ARCHITECTURE OF FAMILY
"This program presents a selection of contemporary international short films that explore the connections and constructs of family and community through memories, spaces and places. Curated by Mary Magsamen, Architecture of Family includes work by Amy Jenkins, Sasha Waters-Freyer, Lenka Clayton, Thomas Gleeson, Lisset Mendoza, Allison Hunter, and others." More screening details
"Wild Waves Winding"
12 Minutes Max
3400 Main St.
Houston, TX 77002
Sat. Nov. 5 at 8-9:15 pm
Video still from "Wild Waves Winding" by Allison Hunter, Christina Keefe, and Melissa Noble, 2016,
performance with video and spoken word. Melissa Noble seen in this still performing on the trapeze.
"Wild Waves Winding"
is a new collaborative video work
Allison Hunter, Rice University
Christina Keefe, Rice University
Melissa Noble, University of Houston,
performance by Christina Keefe, Melissa Noble, and Sofia Noble.
On stage performance by Christina Keefe.
Williams Tower Gallery
Sep. 14 - Oct. 21st
Opening Wed. Sep. 14th
Dixie Friend Gay
Exhibition organized by
Sally Sprout Fine Art
Allison Hunter, No. 1 (from the "Golden Bees" series), 2011/2016, 40 x 40 in. archival pigment print.
Future Perfect: Picturing the Anthropocene
University Art Museum
Jul. 11 - Dec. 12th
University at Albany
"Future Perfect will feature artwork that explores our onflicted relationship to the natural world and informs how we view the past, how we perceive the present, and how we imagine the future."
Artists include Colin C. Boyd, Amy Brener, JoAnne Carson, Edgar Cleijne & Ellen Gallagher, Tommy Hartung, Dana Hoey, Darius Kinsey, Jason Middlebrook, AlexanderRoss, Miljohn Ruperto & Ulrick Heltoft, Jacolby Satterwhite, and Letha Wilson in combination with works from the University Fine Arts Collection.
Allison Hunter, Port of Albany: #2, 2002, inkjet print on vellum, 5 x 5 in.
University Fine Arts Collection, University at Albany (SUNY).
Eastfield College Gallery
Mar. 3-Apr. 28th
Allison Hunter, Frog, from Zoosphere, 2010, still from 8-channel video (color, sound),
running time: continuous, dimensions variable, Courtesy of the artist, © 2016 Allison Hunter.