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CounterCurrent Day Three: Final Performance of Simulacrum Tonight!

Festival Day Three Schedule


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Topic: Representing the Unadmitted
MATCH Gallery
No Reservation Required

Harry Gamboa Jr.
Quintero Theatre
Reception: Blaffer Cafe, 5pm
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MATCH - Box 2
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Opening Reception - Movement V: Ballroom 
The Historic Eldorado Ballroom
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The Catastrophic Theatre
MATCH - Box 3
SOLD OUT - The fairy tale continues at Catastrophic Theatre through May 6. Get Tickets Here

Mobile Mosque
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Explore the notion of myth in contemporary society with  Harry Gamboa Jr.
Illusions of Urbanscape

Performance Lecture
Quintero Theatre

University of Houston Main Campus
Reception 5pm in the Blaffer Cafe 

Tickets still available! Reserve now.

In this new lecture, Gamboa looks at myth in contemporary society with images and videos of his work. For more than forty years, his artistic lens has responded to the Los Angeles “urbanscape” with its subtle layering of codes, rules, and visual markers that contribute to making a sophisticated living space for millions of people.

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new tickets just added for movement v: ballrooom saturday!
kevin beasley

Movement V: Ballroom
Saturday, April 22
The Historic Eldorado Ballroom
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Visual artist Kevin Beasley creates a site-specific sculptural and sound installation at the iconic Eldorado Ballroom, which served the Third Ward with a who’s who of the great blues and jazz players from the 1940s through the 1970s. Beasley explores cultural, personal, and historical contexts—and related materials—in assembling his art.

New tickets have been made available for this in-demand performance on Saturday! Secure your reservations now!

This performance will have floor seating.

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Farmhouse/whorehouse opens tomorrow
by suzanne bocanegra (starring lili taylor)

Performance Lecture
April 21, 7pm
April 22, 3pm & 7pm
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Lili Taylor performs Suzanne Bocanegra’s newest lecture as Suzanne Bocanegra.
Using text, song, costume, film, and projections, Farmhouse/Whorehouse draws on the lives of Bocanegra’s grandparents on their small farm in La Grange, Texas, which was across the road from the Chicken Ranch, better known as “The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas.”

Photo by Leah Machanoy

visit festival partners Mongoose versus Cobra and Brasil daily! 

Hungry or thirsty? We got you covered! Each day during CounterCurrent, we encourage you to enjoy discounted cocktails at our partner bar, Mongoose versus Cobra, and discounted food at our partner restaurant, Brasil. April 18-23, bring your show program to Mongoose versus Cobra for 50% off the cocktail of your choice. And join us at Brasil each night after your events to mix and mingle with artists, staff and fellow arts lovers. Bring your program and receive $2 off your bill!

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Ghana ThinkTank Mobile Mosque Spends the Day at UH Campus

Syrian Women´s Pop Up Lunch

Nurturance of Self and Other in Intimate Relationships

Dua e Kumail
Outside UH Graduate College of Social Work
University of Houston, Entrance 16 off Cullen Boulevard

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CounterCurrent is a free festival of performance, installation, and ideas. Presented by the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts, CounterCurrent includes audio and visual installations, live performances, talks, and participatory events by artists from around the world. From large-scale spectacle to intimate interaction, CounterCurrent projects represent the range of ways we view each other and the city around us. The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts is part of the University of Houston Kathrine G. McGovern College of the Arts.
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