Kelly Anderson-Staley: Community Portraits
3400 Main Street | 713.223.8346 | www.diverseworks.org
Tintype photo studio portrait photographer, Assistant Professor of Photography, Kelly Anderson-Staley, known nationally for her work using the 19th-century wet-plate collodion tintype process, will make portraits of members of the Midtown Houston community using a tintype photo booth. Visitors can observe this historic photographic process and sit for a portrait. The event is part of Anderson-Staley’s public art project, Shelter in Place, that will be installed in a public space in late 2018.
January 13 and 14.
THE HOUSTON MUSEUM OF NATURAL SCIENCE
5555 Hermann Park Dr. | 713.639.4629 | www.hmns.org
HMNS is pleased to present the future through the Reality Check exhibition, a dynamic and ever-changing space where visitors will be able to experience a new kind of reality. Walk through the Colosseum. Travel through space, extend your hand and touch the stars. If you like scary stuff, make your way carefully through a haunted house. All in the same space and all…virtually. Due to content and the ease of using the necessary equipment, Reality Check is recommended for ages 12+.
Through January 21.
CHILDREN’S MUSEUM OF HOUSTON
Martin Luther King, Jr Day Peace March
1370 Southmore Blvd. | 713.496.9901 | www.cmh.org
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. dreamed for us to live in a world where we would “not be judged by the color of [our] skin, but by the content of [our] character.” The Children’s Museum of Houston is honoring civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and his legacy during their 22nd MLK Day Annual Celebration. Children are invited to march down Kid’s Hall in celebration of civil rights during a peace rally. Sing African American spirituals. Listen to uplifting, winning words by Gardere’s oratory speech winner. Listen to “I Have a Dream,” the speech that changed the course of history.