Classes in its Learning Center will resume as scheduled on Tuesday, September 5th. The Art Center of Corpus Christi is offering to hold works by affected artists:“We will hang your work for the month of September in a safe and dry gallery for FREE.The Art Center will only retain 10% of gallery sales, giving the 90% back to the artists in need.(The paper and PDF FAFSAs have space for only four schools, while the online FAFSA allows 10 to be listed.) If you add an eleventh school, the new school code overwrites a previous school code.
Project Row Houses’ buildings and row houses appear to be undamaged. The building and galleries at 4411 Montrose have sustained minor leaks, but nothing is damaged. Foto Fest Headquarters and the buildings in the Washington Avenue Arts District (Silver Street Studios, Sawyer Yards) are undamaged. Houston Center for Photography (HCP) confirms no major damage.The school removed from the list will not have automatic access to any new information you provide after you’ve removed that school. According to curator Ryan Dennis, “We’re going to have to assess the damage and see what needs to be done.”Update: September 1, 2017, 4 p.m.Bayou Bend and Rienzi remain closed to the public for now — “the gardens of both house museums flooded, but the houses and their collections remain secure.”Update: August 31, 2017, 11 p.m Diverse Works and MATCH “sustained no significant damage.”Art League Houston has sustained significant damage to its office spaces.The organization’s season opening exhibition, by Trenton Doyle Hancock, will be postponed to Friday, September 22, 2017.