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[Un]Welcome, a LRA production in Gulfton

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a vbb living room art | Borderlines production
[Un]Welcome

Borderlines Exploring Rituals
Photos by Logan Beck; design by Angela Martinez

3:00-6:00 PM, Saturday, May 16, 2015
The apartment of Eduardo Flores, The Alexander House, 6060 Gulfton, Apt. 1909, 77081
$ Free

Curated by Diana Barrera, Eric DeBruin, Michelle Garcia and Charisse Weston

Participating artists include: Britto Arts Trust and Sadya Mizan (Bangladesh); Manolo Lugo and Francisco-Fernando Granados (Canada); Veer Munshi, Masooma Syed and Sebastian Varghese (India); Claudia Espinosa aka Cerrucha (Mexico); Farrukh Adnan (Pakistan); and DJ Lalo (Gulfton).

In response to the hostile crossing points in which they reside, local and international artists challenge regulations to human movement and embrace their transnational identities.

The afternoon features:
-Mixed media installations and performances by local and international artists
-Music by DJ Lalo
-Refreshments donated by Whole Foods-Montrose and Saint Arnold's

Co-sponsored by 90.1 KPFT Pacifica, Baker Ripley Center, Fe y Justicia Workers Center and South Texas Human Rights Center.

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