Performance Art Houston was founded by Julia Claire Wallace in 2016 in order to bring powerful performance art to Houston audiences and to cultivate and celebrate the Houston performance art scene. HPA is empowering artists and aiding them in their journeys of personal development and artistic advancement by offering valuable resources and opportunities that nurture artist’s growth as individuals and as artists. For more information about Performance Art Houston events and opportunities please follow us on Facebookwww.facebook.com/performancearthouston
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Andrew DiMatteo performing "Fixation" in which he free-based bodily fluids he produced, including blood, semen and saliva. This piece was performed at a Performance Art Houston event entitled Resurrection of the Unholy Star in 2016. This event raised money for Experimental Action (www.experimentalaction.com), an international performance art festival that will be happening in Houston in February of 2017. Photo by Craig ArtMutt.
Jennifer Free presenting her first performance art piece ever at one of Performance Art Houston's reoccurring PERFORMANCE ART NIGHTs. Performance Art Night usually happens at Houston's only Performance Artist owned venue, Notsuoh and features performance art work from 8-15 curated performance artists in one night. Performance Art Night was created to be a place where performance artists can share freely and often— without the weighty restrictions that curated or themed shows often bring along with them. It aspires to be a place where experimentation is welcome and boundaries are pushed! It was also created to strengthen and ground the performance art scene in Houston— by inspiring more artists to experiment with performance as well as by giving Houston audiences more diverse performance art experience. So far it has birthed new artists, a collective, countless new works, lots of fun, and many good stories. Profits from the $5 cover go towards paying for professional documentation for the artists as well as towards a grant for a Houston performance artists. Photo by Hilary Scullane.