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November 2014

Sunday Streets Houston (Greater Third Ward)

November 2 @ 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Sunday Streets Houston Celebrate the Streets of Houston Greater Third Ward November 2, 2014, 12-4pm Dowling/West Alabama/Almeda, from Elgin to Arbor This fall, the City of Houston will re-launch Sunday Streets Houston. A portion of a great Houston street will be closed to motorized traffic from 12-4 pm during one Sunday of each month. With no cars on the road, you’ll be abl eto enjoy these streets for walking, running, dancing, or riding with friends and family as never before.…

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Blaffer: Buildering: Misbehaving the City

November 4
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Every week for 10 weeks
Blaffer Gallery,
120 Fine Arts Building, Houston, TX 77204-4018 United States
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September 21 – December 6, 2014 Buildering: Misbehaving the City is a traveling group exhibition exploring the unsanctioned use of architecture and the urban environment. Fusing the words “building” and “bouldering” (a type of rock climbing performed without harnesses or ropes), “buildering” serves as a metaphor for the creative misuse of built structures to circumvent their intended function. It suggests the possibility of alternative forms of engagement, both physical and psychological—or what ARCHITECT magazine columnist Aaron Betsky, reviewing Buildering when…

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UH Arch: Kevin Alter

November 4

Nov 4 Kevin Alter Principal, Alterstudio and Professor, UT-Austin Looking for Trouble Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture University of Houston 6 pm, College of Architecture Theater, Rm 150

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AIA Houston: Coastal Resiliency Panel and Community Dialogue

November 10 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
George R. Brown Convention Center,
1001 Avenida De Las Americas, Houston, TX 77010 United States
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The AIA Houston Urban Design Committee and the Houston-Galveston Area Council will host a panel discussion and community dialogue on coastal resiliency. Representatives from Texas A&M University in Galveston, the SSPEED Center at Rice University, and the Gulf Coast Community Protection and Recovery District will discuss their research and proposed solutions for storm surge protection in the region. Tom Colbert, AIA, and Chuck Wemple, HGAC, will moderate the panel in a collaborative conversation to include a Q&A with the audience.…

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AIA Houston: Coastal Resiliency Panel & Community Dialogue

November 10 @ 6:00 pm
George R. Brown Convention Center,
1001 Avenida De Las Americas, Houston, TX 77010 United States
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What: AIA Houston: Coastal Resiliency Panel & Community Dialogue When: Monday, November 10th, 6:00 pm reception / 6:30 program start Where: George R Brown Convention Center The AIA Houston Urban Design Committee and the Houston Galveston Area Council will host a panel discussion and community dialogue on coastal resiliency. Representatives from Texas A&M University in Galveston, the SSPEED Center at Rice University, and the Gulf Coast Community Protection and Recovery District will discuss their research and proposed solutions for storm…

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Blaffer: Buildering: Misbehaving the City

November 11
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Every week for 10 weeks
Blaffer Gallery,
120 Fine Arts Building, Houston, TX 77204-4018 United States
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September 21 – December 6, 2014 Buildering: Misbehaving the City is a traveling group exhibition exploring the unsanctioned use of architecture and the urban environment. Fusing the words “building” and “bouldering” (a type of rock climbing performed without harnesses or ropes), “buildering” serves as a metaphor for the creative misuse of built structures to circumvent their intended function. It suggests the possibility of alternative forms of engagement, both physical and psychological—or what ARCHITECT magazine columnist Aaron Betsky, reviewing Buildering when…

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UH Arch: Tomohiko Yamanashi

November 11

Nov 11 Tomohiko Yamanashi Executive Officer, Principal of Architectural Design, Nikken Sikkei Mass Customization Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture University of Houston 6 pm, College of Architecture Theater, Rm 150

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AAO 2014 Design Matters Conference: “Crafting the Story”

November 12 - 15
The National Building Museum,
401 F St NW, Washington, DC 20001 United States
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“At this year’s Association of Architecture Organizations Conference, we’ll take a close look at how architectural organizations can construct more effective program narratives, from easy-to-consume stories fit for broadcast to memorable first-person appeals to enriching curator-driven museum format presentations.

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Avenue CDC: Art on the Avenue Auction and Party

November 15 @ 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Winter Street Studios,
2101 Winter Street, Houston, TX 77007 United States
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Mark Montgomery, Houston City President of BBVA Compass, is the chair of the 18th Annual Art on the Avenue, a two-night event attended by some 1,000 Houstonians. It showcases the work of more than 250 local artists in a fine art silent auction with proceeds from art sales shared between the artists and Avenue CDC. Christine West, Executive Director of Lawndale Art Center, will be our guest juror. Click here to view details and purchase tickets. At the Preview Party…

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Blaffer: Buildering: Misbehaving the City

November 18
|Recurring Event (See all)
Every week for 10 weeks
Blaffer Gallery,
120 Fine Arts Building, Houston, TX 77204-4018 United States
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September 21 – December 6, 2014 Buildering: Misbehaving the City is a traveling group exhibition exploring the unsanctioned use of architecture and the urban environment. Fusing the words “building” and “bouldering” (a type of rock climbing performed without harnesses or ropes), “buildering” serves as a metaphor for the creative misuse of built structures to circumvent their intended function. It suggests the possibility of alternative forms of engagement, both physical and psychological—or what ARCHITECT magazine columnist Aaron Betsky, reviewing Buildering when…

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