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100 Creatives: Chuck Ivy

10 years ago by Bradley Basker
What does he do: A research artist is someone with an insatiable desire to discover new ways to create and present art. Chuck Ivy pushes the limitations that define artistic style by combining influences from different mediums such as painting and photography. "I will always be discovering new ways to...

Five Presidents Who Could Kick Chuck Norris's Ass

10 years ago by John Nova Lomax
In our continuing series of scholarly meditations on the United States Presidency, we now bring you a list of five presidents who could kick the crap out of Chuck Norris. Of note: only one of the top five served after 1908, although two honorable mentions came later. Where have all...

21 Best Things to Do in Houston this Week: Live Television, Snow Magic and Festivus

4 years ago by Houston Press
Tuesday, December 20 Honeys, hold onto your husbands during this holiday performance, because these ladies come with a little extra stuffing in their stockings. RuPaul’s Drag Race’s most notable characters are making a cross-country tour de drag, and the girls have planned a special stop in Houston for Murray and...

“Shoot from the Hip”

13 years ago by Dusti Rhodes
The photographers showcased in “Shoot from the Hip” use unconventional methods to produce their images. Chuck Ivy’s stark black-and-white pics look like something easily produced with a digital camera, mouse and screen, but they were made using a pinhole camera — if you think Photoshop can be tricky, try your...

Reviews For The Easily Distracted:
13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi

5 years ago by Pete Vonder Haar
Title: 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi Describe This Movie In One Simpsons Quote Image:  Brief Plot Synopsis: Six CIA contractors in Benghazi battle bureaucratic inertia, and also a hundred armed militants. Rating Using Random Objects Related To The Film: Two weeping bald eagles out of five. Tagline: "When everything went wrong, six men...

Houston Center for Photography Announces Artists for Juried Exhibition

10 years ago by Kordae Rose Ortega
The Houston Center for Photography, which hosts artists both local and international, has chosen its participating artists for this year's juried membership exhibition. Thirty artists from across the country were selected from 200 entries. Houston's very own Joel Hernandez, Chuck Ivy, Rosine Kouamen, and Christopher Olivier are among the artists...

New Work, New Venue for UH MFA Thesis Show

9 years ago by Steve Jansen
One has been contributing to Houston's potent art scene for years with his mixed-media surprises. Another is soon off for the Pacific Northwest, where he hopes to put the finishing touches on a graphic novel. Chuck Ivy and Ted Closson are two University of Houston artists who will be exhibiting...

UH Graphic Novel Workshop Uncovers Underground Talent

11 years ago by Joe Wozny
Last night at the University of Houston Anderson Library, participants in Mat Johnson's Graphic Novel spring workshop displayed the fruits of their labor. The workshop is a unique collaboration between the UH School of Art and the Creative Writing Program. Johnson (follow him on Twitter), a faculty member in the...

100 Creatives: Robert Hodge

10 years ago by Bradley Basker
What he does: As a multimedia artist, Robert Hodge uses various materials for his creations. Scraps of old newspapers and deteriorating posters find a new life in his collages. Much of his art deals with African American History and the preservation of storytelling. He also owns 3 Muse Gallery, a...

100 Creatives: Mary Magsamen

10 years ago by Allison Wagoner
What she does: "Can we be simultaneously happy and sad with our lives? Can we feel love and hate for our family and possessions?" This is what Mary Magsamen, Houston video artist and curator, explores through her art. Magsamen both curates for the Aurora Picture Show and collaborates with her...

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