WAG Project

moonGARDEN: A little village of the oldest storytelling technique in the world

The oldest form of storytelling meets creativity and technology to create a fantastical evening village that tells stories relevant to the residents of Houston. Welcome to moonGarden by Montreal-based art collective Lucion. The creative team of artists, designers, musicians, filmmakers and screenwriters that’s responsible for more than 350 audiovisual productions, including light installations, architectural projections…

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WAG In The News

Houston Chronicle: Discovery Green will light up briefly with moonGARDEN

Houston Chronicle’s Molly Glentzer, staff arts critic, highlights WAG project moonGARDEN at Discovery Green by Montreal collective Lucion Media. Ranging in size from six to 30 feet in diameter, moonGARDEN features 11 shadow “theaters” that tell the diverse, dynamic story of Houston and Discovery Green, as well as interactive works that allow visitors to become part…

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Open House WAG Project Have Ruck Projects photo by Morris Malakoff

WAG In The News

Houston Life: A Historical Walk Inside Open House

Houston Life reporter Stephanie Gonzales steps inside “Open House” by Havel Ruck Projects located at Sam Houston Park and The Heritage Society to explore how past and present mingle in this engaging art installation. The immersive structure is part of Art Blocks Houston, an initiative by the Downtown District to activate areas of the city’s core through engaging and creative experiences….

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On Our Radar

Lois Dodd: Celebrating authentic moments of daily life

Who: Lois Dodd is an American painter whose observational, understated renderings of landscapes, nudes, and still lives celebrate the quiet but unabashedly authentic moments of daily life.  About the Artist: Lois Dodd was born 1927 in Montclair, New Jersey, and attended The Cooper Union from 1945-1948. In 1952 she was one of five artists (and only woman founder) to establish…

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