Made/Unmade Houston: Technology, Fabrication, and Design is an exhibition and series of public programs connecting and promoting Houston designers, craftsmen and their work. The project includes furniture, objects and installations designed and fabricated in Houston, with an emphasis on materials, process and craftsmanship. Narratives exploring the concepts as well as history, place and personalities behind the work are explored in graphic displays, videos, lectures, panel discussions, tours and studio visits.
Featured designers include 1.618DesignWorks, Logan Beck, Alan Bruton Studio, Cobalt Office, Andrew Colopy, David Costanza, DMD Studios, Eklektic Jewelry Studio, I/O Studio, Jason Logan, Shawn Lutz, māk studio, Metalab, Noëlle Mulder, RE:site, and Root Lab.
This exhibit is curated by Eric Arnold, Assoc. AIA, and Michael Gonzales.
Video Production by Kathryn Way
Exhibitions staff: Jeffrey Liao and Mat Wolff
This exhibit and related programs are sponsored in part by the Architecture Center Houston Foundation, a grant from the City of Houston through Houston Arts Alliance, a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, and the University of Houston Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture and Design.
Exhibit Event Calendar:
June 15 Opening Reception @ 315 Capitol St Gallery
June 16 & 17 Jewelry Making Workshop & Eklektic Jewelry Studio Tour
July 15 3D Printing Workshop @ TX/RX Labs
July 29 Laser Cutting Workshop @ Post Studio
August tbd Opening Reception @ 902 Commerce St Gallery
August 26 East End Studio Crawl
September 9 Made/UnMade Exhibit Day at 902 Commerce St Gallery
September 11 Donna Kacmar presents Made in Texas
September 20 Made/UnMade Keynote Lecture: Dror
September 28 Made/UnMade Houston: Generations Panel & Closing Party
September 30 Exhibit Closes