PAST events

April 13 - April 23, 2017, 7-10 PM

Fossilized Houston presents “Like There is No Tomorrow”,  a series of interactive installations at Rice University’s solar power JuiceBOX containers. The exhibit examines species decline in the Anthropocene through the works of local Houston artists. On view April 13th – 23rd, hours 7-10 PM Thursdays – Sundays.

Sponsored by Rice University's Strategic Initiatives

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HUE Mural Festival

October 2016

Fossilized Houston helped create a mural painting with MAN ONE, Scott Tarboxx, Gabriel Prusmack, & DEATH HEAD. The mural is located at Frankel's (2801 Polk St).  


At HUE Fest, artists have approximately 190 hours to create their designs using various forms of tools, techniques and styles of mural art including graffiti, muralism, paint brush work, airbrush, roller brush, wheat paste and stencil. More about about HUE Fest here.

2016 Texas Comtemporary Art Fair

Thursday, September 29 - Sunday, October 2

Meet the Future – Fossilized in Houston Drawing Party

Join Fossilized in Houston and bear witness to the anthropocene. Make your own mark at a drawing party while listening to a sound environment of technological and biological extinction. Pick up free Fossilized in Houston stickers and posters, created by 17 Houston-area artists, and help spread the word!

Cultured Cocktails

June 4th, 2015

On June 4th, from 5 to 7, we’ll be hosting a Cultured Cocktails happy hour at Bar Boheme (307 Fairview). A percentage of all drinks purchased during those hours will go towards Fossilized in Houston (meaning we’ll be able to print more materials), so please come, bring your friends, and drink a lot!

The organizers and a number of the artists will be there, and you’ll be able to pick up more lawn signs, posters, and stickers and win a free Fossilized in Houston T-shirt. You can share this info with friends by inviting them via this event’s Facebook page.

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