The HMAAC Gallery is closed for installation until April 24th at 6:30pm. The Film Screening Program will continue as scheduled.

Admission

Beginning February 4, 2015, admission to the museum will be charged.

Adults: $5

Children (12 and under): $3

Seniors (60 and older): $3

Hours of Operation

Mon. & Tues. Closed
Wed., Fri., & Sat. 11am - 6pm
Thurs. 11am - 8pm
Sun. 1pm - 6pm
 
Phone 713·526·1015
Address 4807 Caroline Street
Houston, TX 77004

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HMAAC Blog

The Beauty of Blurred Lines
March 12,2015

david mcgee

The Beauty of Blurred Lines

The relationship between people and art is both complicated and fascinating. Our sense of the world is informed by the art we see, or make, and by the art we inherit and value. For African American art and artists the lines are far more blurred. Collision: Representation vs. Abstraction in African American Art, HMAAC’s newest...
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Exhibitions

Community Crawfish Boil

Community Crawfish Boil

April 24, 2015

Event Time: 4PM-8PM | Serving Time: 5PM-7PM

**Proceeds from the Community Crawfish Boil will support the iSteam Summer Camp**

Tickets: $15 includes 2lbs of crawfish, potatoes, corn & a...

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Films

The Volunteer

May 21, 2015 | 7PM

After dramatically leaving her successful career, forty something Leigh finds herself wondering if there's more to life, to love, to everything. Overwhelmed by apathy and a vague sense of guilt, she decides to volunteer at a local soup...


Sense the possibilities! The historical, the contemporary, the random and radical!
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Next On Deck

Collision: Representation vs. Abstraction in African American Art

An Examination of Artists' Engagement with Society | Guest Curator: Danielle Burns

Opening: February 20, 2015 | 6:30PM

On View: February 21, 2015 - May 3, 2015

This exhibition explores the collision caused by African American artists whose work is characterized by abstraction, and those whose works are representational and figurative. The show sheds...