Tag Archive: Molly Glentzer


WAG In The News

Houston Chronicle on Daily tous les jours: Hello, Trees! turns voices to light and music

Molly Glentzer, Houston Chronicle’s Senior Writer and Critic, Arts & Culture, spotlights one of WAG’s projects at Discovery Green, Downtown Houston’s main green space. The installation, titled “Hello Trees! A Walking Serenade,” is by Montreal collective Daily tous les jours. The creative group is an interaction design studio with a focus on participation – empowering people…

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Arcade at Discovery Green, photo by Houston Chronicle

WAG In The News

Houston Chronicle on Arcade: The colors of a city coming back

Molly Glentzer, Houston Chronicle’s Senior Writer and Critic, Arts & Culture, features “Arcade” by The Color Condition at Discovery Green and Avenida Houston in the ongoing editorial series Art Daybook. Glentzer makes a direct comparison between the elements of the installation to the spirit of Houston post Hurricane Harvey. The article’s tagline summarizes her interpretation:…

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Stephen Wiltshire Project, Houston, Houston Chronicle

WAG in the news

See the big picture: Stephen Wiltshire project a favorite for Houston Chronicle culture guru

Molly Glentzer — arts, design and culture writer/editor at the Houston Chronicle — gives the Stephen Wiltshire project, themed “Elevate Houston,” the thumbs up in the weekly “Chronicle critics offer entertainment suggestions” column. Molly writes: Big picture: British artist Stephen Wiltshire, who was given an autism diagnosis as a child, draws detailed, large-scale landscapes from…

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Orly Genger Boys Cry Too installation at Hermann Park Weingarten Art Group

National Award

Weingarten Art Group recognized for best in public art: Boys Cry Too is a sprawling, monumental installation

Americans for the Arts has bestowed an important award to the Weingarten Art Group for Boys Cry Too, a temporary installation at Hermann Park. The collaboration received national recognition as one of the best public art projects of 2015. “Ribbons of primary blue, yellow and red snake through irregularly shaped forms in lavender, green, orange…

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