party. There will be visual artists, photographers, accessory booths, musicians, dancers, comedians, fire breathers, LED light hula-hoopers, hair and makeup artists and, at the close of the eve, a fashion show. As far as an artist roster, there’s just too many to list in this modest space, but we can say that the event host, H-Town-born and bred Pennie Anassi, will have her hands full with what Barbosa describes as a big ol’ one-night-only pop-up art gallery.
7 p.m. Wednesday. Stereo Live, 6400 Richmond. For information, call 832-251-9600 or visit rawartists.org/houston
. $22 to $30.
The RAW brand, an indie arts organization that works with up-and-comers during the first ten years of their creative careers, is in 70 different cities around the world. What makes Houston’s RAW artists stand out? “I love the energy. All the artists are extremely confident in the best way, and they’re not afraid of failing,” says Kimberly Barbosa, director of RAW: Houston, which throws the art-filled