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Houston Arts Alliance Presents "Remembered, Regained" Series 

As the Immigration trimester begins to take shape, Vox has numerous events coming up that will be addressing this issue. Some of these experiences will be conducted in partnership with the Houston Arts Alliance. Over the next few months over the trimester, Vox Culture will be taking on the role of Community and Cultural Collaborator for the HAA’s Remembered, Regained: The Immigrant Arts of Houston series.

The Remembered, Regained series, focuses on the rich musical, visual, and oral traditions of Houston’s diverse cultural communities and the various art forms that connect them to their homeland, contributing to the vibrancy of this city. These will be showcased through a string of events including concerts, workshops, panel discussions, lectures and an exhibition.

Please join us for the upcoming experiences:


Voices of the Spirit

January 19, Saturday @ 7:30PM / January 20, Sunday @ 3:00PM

Asia Society Texas Center

(Two Sacred Music Concerts)

Telling the Immigrant Story

February 13, Wednesday @ 6:30PM

H.M.A.A.C. (Houston Museum of African American Culture)

(Panel Discussion)

Houston’s Immigrant Advantage

February 27, Wednesday @ 6:30PM

Asia Society Texas Center

(Lecture with Stephen Klineberg + Claudia Kolker)

The Language of Lullabies

March 2, Saturday @ 3:00PM

Children's Museum of Houston

(A Musical Workshop)

¡Uno! ¡Dos! ¡Tres!

March 23, Saturday @ 6:30PM

TBH Center at Guadalupe Plaza Park

(Cuban Music/Concert + Workshop)

¡Uno! ¡Dos! ¡Tres!

April 13, Saturday @ 6:30PM

MECA Outdoor Pavillion

(Colombian Music/Concert + Workshop)

¡Uno! ¡Dos! ¡Tres!

May 18, Saturday @ 6:30PM

5th Ward Jam Outdoor Stage

(Garifuna Music/Concert + Workshop)

Anointed and Adorned

Thursday, May 23 – Friday, July 12

HAA - Alliance Gallery 

(Indian Weddings in Houston, Exhibition)


For more information on the Remembered, Regained: Immigrant Arts of Houston series, please visit HAA's website using the following link: http://www.houstonartsalliance.com/folklife/rememberedregained/

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