23 & 24
CERCL ARTIST IN RESIDENCE
Deborah D.E.E.P Mouton
"as Myth" Moody Project Wall
On view through January 14
A community-centered exhibition that explores mythology as a catalyst for self-discovery and social commentary. Taking inspiration from Mouton’s memoir Black Chameleon, the artwork on view is a result of students and local artists investigating how modern-day mythology can explain the nuances of our everyday experiences. more -->
BLACK HOUSTON(S) SYMPOSIUM Research, Policy & Activism
Past & Future
Call for Papers/Panels/Posters Open Now!
Deadline | January 15
Symposium contributors will explore the ways in which Afro-Diasporic communities have impacted Houston’s history and culture as well as examine the emerging and ongoing issues Afro-Diasporic Houstonians face in the 21st century. more -->
CERCL FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES
View grant opportunities for Rice faculty, students, departments and clubs to support courses and programming on and off campus.
Residency opportunities are available for independent scholars. more -->
CERCL EVENTS & DEADLINES
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