Saturday, Jul. 22, 2017 – Saturday, Jul. 22, 2017

06:00 PM



On the final evening of into the midst of things, Houston artists Regina Agu, Peter Lucas, and Adrienne Perry will present a live, de-centered collage of words, images, films, sounds, and music from a wide variety of sources. This unique event will shift the gallery’s atmosphere and interact with the exhibition’s themes of place, origin, hybridity, and limbo.

Enjoy cold beverages generously provided by Saint Arnold Brewing Company and Topo Chico USA.


Regina Agu lives and works in Houston and was raised in transit throughout Africa and Europe. Her work is interdisciplinary in nature and ranges from delicate drawings and subtle color photographs to room-size installations and texts. She has been included in exhibitions, public readings, and performances nationally, including recent presentations at The Drawing Center, New York, the American University Museum Katzen Arts Center in DC, Art League Houston, Project Row Houses, and The Station Museum. She is a 2016-2017 Open Sessions participant at The Drawing Center, a partner at Alabama Song, a collaboratively-run artist’s space in Houston, and a co-founder of the independent small press, paratext. Regina is a 2017 Houston Artadia Awardee and a recipient of a 2017-18 Lawndale Artist Studio Program residency.

Peter Lucas is a Houston-based artist and curator. His own artwork includes and combines practices in video, still photography, collage, sound, and installation. He has been shown at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Lawndale Art Center, DiverseWorks, Art League Houston, CineMarfa, and various other galleries, alternative spaces, and festivals. As curator, Peter has organized exhibitions, film series, and events in association with the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Menil Collection, Aurora Picture Show, Northwest Film Forum, and Seattle International Film Festival. He is also an arts writer and occasional DJ.

Adrienne Perry grew up in Wyoming, earned her MFA from Warren Wilson College in 2013, and is a PhD candidate in Literature and Creative Writing at the University of Houston. From 2014-2016 she served as the Editor of Gulf Coast: A Journal of Literature and Fine Arts. A Hedgebrook alumna, she is also a Kimbilio Fellow and a member of the Rabble Collective. Adrienne’s work has appeared or is forthcoming in Copper NickelBlack Warrior ReviewIndiana ReviewTidal Basin Review, and elsewhere. She is at work on a novel and a collection of essays. 

image: Regina Agu, Drape Panorama 01 (detail), 2017, digital photo and wood


  • Wednesday-Thursday, Noon - 6:00 pm
    Friday-Saturday, Noon - 8:00 pm
  • Gallery is always free.

Directions & Parking

  • Paid Parking
  • Street Parking
  • MetroRail The MetroRail makes a stop a half-block south of the MATCH at the Ensemble/HCC Station. General Parking These are the places to park when you visit the MATCH. Like most of Midtown, you will have to pay to park, but prices are reasonable. Mid-Main Close to the MATCH is the Mid-Main Garage directly to the south across Holman. This garage is accessible through Holman or Travis Street and is open 24 hours. Parking can be paid by credit card or cash at the designated pay machines. Parking rates are as follows: 5 am- 6 pm
    • First 15-minutes are free
    • 1 hour or less - $3
    • 1.5 Hours - $4.50
    • 2 Hours - $6.00
    • 2.5 - 3 Hours - $7.50
    • Each Additional ½ hour - $1.50
    • MAX Rate is $15
    6 pm-4 am
    • First 15 minutes - Free
    • 1 hour or less - $4
    • Each additional 1/2 hour - $1
    • Nightly Max Rate - $7.50
    • Cars left after 4 am - $15
    6 pm-4 am
    • Flat Rate - $6
    • Cars left after 4 am - $15
    Please note that Travis St. is a one way street traveling north. Mid-Main has two surface lots. One lot is located at the southeastern corner of Main and Holman, directly to the south of Trinity Church. This lot is available all day on weekdays and Saturday, and after 2 pm on Sunday. The other lot can be found at the southeastern corner of Fannin and Winbern. This lot is open to the public. Both of these lots have their own pay station where patrons can pay to park. Parking can range between $3 to $7, depending on the hour of the day. Cash only. Street Parking There is also street parking available nearby (marked in yellow on map). Some of this is free and some is metered. Please be observant of all parking signage when choosing to park on the street. *Please note that parking on Holman Street in front of the MATCH is NOT available. Valet Valet service will be available for many performances through Mid-Main Development. To find out if valet services will be available for your performance, please call the box office at (713) 521-4533. Their location will be off of Travis St. Price can range between $5 to $10, cash only.

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