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  • FotoFest Events


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    9am-noon; 12:30pm-3:30pm; 4pm-6:45pm

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  • FotoFest Events


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    Sat, April 21 
    9am–noon; 1:30pm-3:30pm; 3:45pm-6:30pm

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  • Fabrifaction: 2012FotoFest Events


    1113 Vine St 77002
    Photo Exhibition, Poetry Showcase and Live Music

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  • FotoFence 2012FotoFest Events


    1113 Vine St., 77002
    Presented by Literacy through Photography

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    May 12-26
    Mon-Fri 10am-5pm
    Sat noon-5pm




  • FotoFest 2012 Biennial Opening Night PartyFotoFest Russian Events


    1113 Vine Street 77002
    713-223-5522
    March 16, 8-Midnight
     

    The FotoFest 2012 Biennial  opens March 16 with a giant party at FotoFest Headquarteers in downtown Houston. The party features music by Grady Gaines, dancing, food and drinks.

    The free, public Opening Night Party draws well over a three thousand people to a celebratory kick off to the 2012 Biennial and the opening of the Contemporary Russian Photography exhibition The Young Generation, 2007-2012.

    Complimentary refreshments are provided by Saint Arnold Brewing Company and La Fuente Winery. A selection of food truck vendors will be available onsite for hungry partygoers.




  • Literacy through PhotographyFotoFest Events


    1113 Vine St., 77002

    Families explore the FotoFest Russian Biennial exhibition with Literacy Through Photography.




  • KATSU -The Michele Brangwen Dance EnsembleFotoFest Events


    1113 Vine St., 77002
    6pm & 8pm

    Choreography by Michele Brangwen
    Music by Thomas Helton & Tim Hagans

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  • The Young Generation, 2007-2012FotoFest Russian Events

    The youngest generation of Russian artists has little direct experience with Soviet Communism. Growing up after its collapse, they began their careers as part of a globally-connected, consumerist and individual-oriented society. In contrast to the sharply ironic and outward-looking artists of the Perestroika periods, younger artists are looking inward, immersed in their own personal experiences and the psychological dilemmas of growing up in modern-day Russia.


    1113 Vine St, 77002
    713-223-5522
    March 16-April 29
    Reception, March 16, 8-Midnight

    Tatiana Antonuk, Oleg Borodin, Roman Bregman, Alexandra Demenkova, Kir Esadov, Maria Kozhanova, Vlad Krasnoshchek, Ivan Mikhailov, Karen Mirzoyan, Vasilisa Nezabarom, Alisa Nikulina, Margo Ovcharenko, Nikita Pirogov, Tatiana Plotnikova, Petr Rakhmanov, Dina Shchedrinskaya, Anna Skladmann, Alexandra Stukkey, Anastasia Tailakova, Denis Tarasov, Fedor Telkov, Daria Tuminas


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