Houston’s internationally-focused arts institution, the Moody Center for the Arts at Rice University, was built for creating collaborative works and presenting innovative, transdisciplinary experiences. Spring 2019 at the Moody Center featured artworks on view by Michel Blazy, Natasha Bowdoin, and Justin Brice Guariglia. The Moody Center for the Arts and the Cultural Services of the French Embassy presented A Night of Philosophy and Ideas, which engaged the Houston community through a series of conversations and performances highlighting ecology and the environment. The event included keynote Speakers Timothy Morton and Laurie Anderson, artist Jae Rhim Lee, and a performance by Open Dance Project. Spring 2019 events and programs included John Luther Adams: Inuksuit, Puerto Rican puppet group, Poncili Creación, and a fashion show by costume designer Machine Dazzle. Designed by renowned architect Michael Maltzan, the Moody fosters connections across disciplines. Visit moody.rice.edu to learn more.
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