You are invited to a Town Hall Meeting to propose and
initiate purposeful, creative political action (with
music, food and beer) alongside fellow members of the
Participate at your comfort level in a guided public
forum that will pinpoint specific issues important to
our artistic community and spark creative strategies.
We encourage all interested parties to attend and
discuss the future of art and politics in Houston.
Including but not limited to: musicians and sound
artists, visual artists, dancers and choreographers,
curators and gallerists, directors and designers,
writers, poets, actors, performers, filmmakers,
makers of all kinds, arts administrators and
producers, board members, production crews, interns,
provocateurs and enablers.
All are invited
To a town hall
6:30-9:00 pm, Monday, April 3, 2017
Station Museum of Contemporary Art
1502 Alabama Street
Visit ATAH’s Facebook page [goo.gl/dTmzY4]
for more information and to reserve a free ticket.
Organized by Arts Take Action Houston (ATAH), an informal
coalition working to inspire our arts community toward
creative, productive political actions. ATAH was formed by a
group of local artists and arts activists, in January 2017.