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ENERGY, INNOCENCE AND ORIGINALITY: GEOFF WINNINGHAM AND JANICE FREEMAN EXPLORE HOUSTON CHILDREN’S PERSPECTIVE AT RICE MEDIA CENTER

One of the things we hear most about Houston is that it’s one of the most diverse cities in America, if not right at the top.   Still, when people think of Texas, diversity isn’t the first thing to come to mind. It’s not always reflected in the presentation of the Bayou City, and if you grew up here, you may be so accustomed to it that you wouldn’t think twice about it.

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UP CLOSE 2016: AROUND HOUSTON

Houston’s art mavens have to pay close attention. New venues and artist-run spaces pop up and disband at a rapid rate. Meanwhile, three highly anticipated additions at big institutions are still months or years away.

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Paul Revere by Janice Freeman

Paul Revere is a sprawling mid-century home located in Memorial and built in the 50’s. Freeman designed most of the furniture, cabinetry and has received awards for her integrated tile work and powder coated hardware and bathroom fixtures.

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