Project Row Houses is a highly acclaimed art and cultural community center consisting of 22 renovated shotgun-style homes.
With the financial and material resources of Houston's corporations, foundations and art organizations, volunteers have been able to renovate the site of 2500 Holman and the twenty-two shotgun houses that sit upon it. Ten of the twenty-two row houses are dedicated to art, photography and literary projects, which are installed on a rotating six-month basis. When a group of artists is commissioned, each is given a house to transform in ways that speak to the history and cultural issues relevant to the African-American community. Located in seven houses adjacent to those dedicated to art, The Young Mothers Residential Program provides transitional housing and services for young mothers and their children.
Learn more about one of the professionals behind the Project Row Houses here.
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