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RDA News & Notes

CAMH: Ronny Quevedo, Tierney Malone, and Carlos Hernandez


What: CAMH Design Now—Houston: Ronny Quevedo, Tierney Malone, and Carlos Hernandez
When: Thursday, September 12 | 6:30PM
Where: Contemporary Arts Museum Houston
5216 Montrose Blvd
Houston, TX 77006

CAMH will be hosting the series Design Now—Houston that will explore a wide-range of graphic design output in the city. Nearly every week, a new set of graphic designers and artists will give a variety of talks about their projects, influences, and ideas.

Artists Ronny Quevedo, Tierney Malone, and Carlos Hernandez will each talk about his work and its relation to graphic design.

Quevedo is currently an artist in residence at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston’s Core Program. Quevedo’s work bridges the space between art and graphic design by bringing visual elements of the bodega into his art. His work has been shown at EL Museo del Barrio, the Bronx Museum of the Arts, among others.

Malone is an artist, musicologist, and historian, whose interest in the sights and sounds of music culture and history are deeply embedded in his work. Malone’s exhibition history is extensive and includes showings at PG Contemporary, DiverseWorks, and Blaffer Gallery.

Hernandez is an artist and screen printer who owns and operates Burning Bones Press, a printmaking studio that collaborates with artists to produce limited editions of original etchings, lithographs, woodcuts, screen prints and monoprints. Hernandez has designed and printed posters for many major musicians, including the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Arcade Fire, and BB King.

For more information check out CAMH.

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