—  Drawing from the Wound Collective: (w)Hole| Laura Spector | Weekly Sunday Gathering —  Baker Ripley, 6500 Rookin, Houston, TX

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Main Topic: Drawing from the Wound Collective: (w)Hole

Speaker: Laura Spector

Fellow Oasian Laura Spector is an artist and has an exhibition coming up at the Jung Center. The reception is on Nov 12 5 PM to 7PM. The exhibition is from November 9 to Dec 22 2022. 
The description of the work is below: 
Drawing from the Wound Collective: (w)Hole (w)Hole is an exhibition created by six Houston-based artists – JJ Baker, Pat McEnery, Ellen Orseck, Laura Spector, Peggy Steup, Terry Wheeler – who created the collective, “Drawing From The Wound”. Their work focuses on the topics of Grief, Apology, and Healing. (w)Hole fosters reflection on personal subject matter while opening up a visual and audio dialogue that stems from each artist’s rawest human experiences. This project began prior to the pandemic and has only become more relevant and immediate as a result of how many people around the globe have been touched by loss and the arduous task of healing in such a short span of time. The artwork in this exhibition includes an array of personal reflections ranging from the loss of a family pet, saying goodbye for the last time to a best friend, and healing on a beach across the world after witnessing a terrorist attack. The stories included in these artworks are a collective summation of what it means at our core to be human. For more information go to https://junghouston.org/exhibit/whole/

Musicians: Brightwire

Brightwire began as the Americana duo of Samuel and Kimberly Barker. Since the release of their first album, A Place to Call Home, they have expanded into a trio with the addition of Michael Helfenstein (The Grizzly Band), as well as other guest musicians. Their new album, Cracked, Flawed and Frayed, sees the band moving from the stripped-down acoustic numbers of their debut to a full band Folk-Rock/Alt. Country presentation. The heart of the songs remain the same, but things just rock more now.

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Baker Ripley Community Center
6500 Rookin St
Houston, TX 77074

Houston Oasis meets in the Reunion Hall Gymnasium on the Baker Ripley campus. From Hillcroft St, turn right onto High Star Dr, then turn right into the Baker Ripley parking lot just past where the road curves to become Rookin St. You can park anywhere in this lot and follow the "Oasis" directional signs to the gym. Harris County is back at Level 3 - Moderate therefore we are relaxing our mask requirements

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