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The O'Kane Gallery is the University of Houston-Downtown’s conduit for the visual arts and contemporary culture. This is the main page that allows you to browse the current exhibitions.
The O'Kane Gallery is the University of Houston-Downtown’s conduit
for the visual arts and contemporary culture. Our innovative,
challenging exhibitions, programs, and publications bring artists,
the University community, and the people of Houston into closer
engagements with each other and with the important cultural issues
of our time.
It is the mission of the gallery to promote the spirit of investigation, collaboration and dialogue that extends beyond the gallery walls to present art that is intellectually stimulating and relevant. The gallery serves as an intellectual resource for the study of art, art history, and other related disciplines, fostering collaboration and dialogue that broadens art interest of the University of Houston-Downtown and the surrounding communities.
February 4 - March 6
The Art of Z. Vanessa Helder
(organized by Tacoma Art Museum and funded by a grant from the Houston Arts Alliance)
opening reception Feb. 6 from 6-8pm
March 19 - April 17
George Awde: His Passing Cover
opening reception March 19 from 6-8pm
(in participation with the 2014 FotoFest Biennial)
Last updated or reviewed on 3/3/14