EDITED BY VIRGINIA RALL
Contributors, Debi Martin, Kathleen Packlick, and Virginia Rail
Blaffer Gallery, UH central campus (749-
1320). American Fiber Art: A New Definition
(currently on view until Oct. 26). The invitational exhibit features 45 works by 14 American artists. A photo documentary section will
examine fiber works by Marcel Duchamp,
Claes Oldenburg, Eva Hesse, Robert Rau-
schenburg, and Miriam Shapiro. Hours:
Tues.-Sat., 10 am-6 pm, Sun., 1 pm-6 pm.
Contemporary Arts Museum, 5216 Montrose
(526-3129). Upper Gallery: Nancy Graves: A
Survey 1969-1980 (showing Sept. 20-Oct. 26)
and Lower Gallery: Earl Staley, Mythologies
(Oct. 3-Nov. 10). Hours: Tues.-Sat., 10 am-5
pm, Sun. noon-6 pm. There are free public
tours Sat. at 2 pm and Tues. at noon.
Cronin Gallery, 2008 Peden (526-2548). Fifth
Anniversary Exhibition (Oct. 7-Nov. 15).
Gallery catalog available. Hours: Tues.-Sat.,
10 am-5 pm.
DuBose Gallery, 2950 Kirby (526-4916). A
Drawing Show of Contemporary American
Artists (Oct. 9-29). Hours: Mon.-Fri., 9 am-
5:30 pm and Sat., 11 am-4:30 pm.
Forty Walls Gallery, 1200 Southmore at San
Jacinto (520-1766). Currently showing nine
artists from Austin (thru Oct. 18); group show
of regional artists (Oct. 25-Nov.). Hours:
Tues.-Sat., 10 am-5 pm.
Janie C. Lee Gallery, 2304 Bissonnet (523-
7306). Philip Renteria: Recent Works on
Paper (Oct. 18-Nov. 16); Ann Ryan: Collages
(Oct. 25-Nov. 16). Hours: Tues.-Sat., 10 am-6
Kauffman Galleries, 2702 W. Alabama (528-
4229). Harold Altman's New Lithographs
(Oct. 10-Nov. 10). Hours: Mon.-Sat., 9 am-6
David Mancini Gallery, 1200 Bissonnet (522-
2949). Photographs by Atget (Sept. 13-Oct.
23). Hours: Tues.-Sat. 10 am-5:30 pm.
Museum of Fine Arts, 1001 Bissonnet (526-
1361). Cliche-Verre: Hand-Drawn, Light
Printed, A Survey from 1839 to the present
(Sept. 10-Oct. 26); and in the Masterson
Junior Gallery: Points of View—The Stereograph in America: A Cultural History (Sept.
Rice Museum, Rice University campus,
Stockton Street entrance. Jim Love: Up to
Now (Sept. 5-Nov. 16). Hours: Tues.-Sat., 10
am-5 pm; Sun., noon-6 pm.
Texas, 2012 Peden (524-1593). Paintings by
James Rosenquist (Sept. 27-Oct. 31). Hours:
Tues.-Sat., 11 am-5 pm.
University of Houston/Lawndale Annex, 5600
Lawndale at Dismuke, Eyes of Texas, (Oct. 3-
26), an exhibition of work from living Texas
Watson/de Nagy Co., 1106 Berthea (526-
9883). Earl Staley: Watercolors and Paintings
of Big Bend (opening Oct. 11 to the end of the
Watson/Willour, 2000 Peden (524-0865). Jane
Allensworth, Robert Goodnough and Earl
Staley. Recent Paintings (thru Oct.). Hours:
Tues.-Sat., 11 am-5 pm.
Oct. 10: Harry, a concert primarily featuring
dance works by Senta Driver. U. of Houston
Cullen Auditorium. Begins at 8 pm. Tickets:
$5 for the public, $3 for U of Houston
Oct. 11: Improvisation Workshop, sponsored
by the Modern Council for the enrichment of
the dance community. At the U of Houston at
Clear Lake City in the Developmental Arts
Building. 9:30 am-3:30 pm. Free. Reservations: call Jan Simonds (488-9264).
Oct. 13: Champagne Benefit for the Dance
Theatre Unlimited and Houston Alliance for
Performing Artists. 3221 Milam studio (523-
2679). Music by Shake Russell and John
Vandiver. Begins at 9 pm. Tickets: $5.
Oct. 19: Choreographer's Concert, Joan
Karff's New Dance Group will perform at
Hammond Hall on the Rice Campus. Begins
at 2 pm. Tickets: $4.
Oct. 30-Nov. 2: The Seasons, by Ronald
Hynd. Britten Pas de Deux and Three
Preludes by Ben Stevenson. The Brood by
Dick Kuch. Houston Ballet at Jones Hall, 615
Louisiana (227-2787). Thurs., Fri. and Sat., 8
pm. Sun., 2 pm.
Nov. 2: Jazz Workshop, by Delia Stewart.
High School for Performing and Visual Arts.
Tickets: $15. Call Deborah Quanaim for
MOT: Miller Outdoor Theatre, Hermann Loop
Drive, Hermann Park (222-3576)
MFA: The Museum of Fine Arts, 1001 Bissonnet (526-1361)
RMC: Rice Media Center, Rice University
RO: River Oaks, 2009 W. Gray (524-2175)
Oct. 10: Its a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World
(Kramer, 1963)—MOT—7:15 pm. Special
Section (Gravas, 1975)—MFA—8 pm. Sunday, Bloody Sunday (Schlesinger, 1971)—
RMC—7:30 & 10 pm. Carny (1980)—RO—
7:30 & 10:30 pm. Freaks (9132)—RO—9:30
Oct. 11: The Hound of the Baskervilles (1942);
They Might be Giants (1971); The Phantom
Creeps: ///—MOT—7:15 pm. The Rise to
Power ol Louis XIV (Rossellini, 1966)—
MFA—8 pm. Sitting Pretty (Lang, 1948)—
RMC—1:30 pm; Young Frankenstein (Brooks,
1975)—RMC—7:30 & 10 pm. Hair (1979—
RO—3 & 7:15 pm; Grease (1978)—RO—5:15
& 9:30 pm.
Oct. 12: Lifeboat (Hitchcock, 1944); Strangers
on a Train (Hitchcock, 1951)—RMC—7:30
pm. Mr. Deeds Goes to Town (Capra, 1939)—
RO—3:15 & 7:15 pm; Mr. Smith Goes to
Washington (Capra, 1936)—RO—5:30 & 9:30
Oct. 13: The Iceman Cometh (O'Neill)—RO—
Oct. 14: The Thief of Bagdad (Powell, 1940)—
RO—7:30 pm; Four Feathers (Korda's,
Oct. 15: The Phantom Creeps IV; The African
Queen (Huston, 1952)—MOT—7:15 pm.
■ Shoeshine (de Sica, 1976)—RMC—7:30 pm.
Angi Vera (1980)—RO—7:30 pm; A Slave of
Love (1978)—RO—9:30 pm.
Oct. 16: Duck Soup (1933); Animal Crackers
(Marx Brothers, 1930)—MOT—7:15 pm. The
Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner
(Richardson, 1962)—RMC—7:30 pm. Tales of
the Taira Clan (Mizoquchi, 1955) 7:30; Yojim-
bo (1961)—RO—9:15 pm.
Oct. 17: The Adventures of Robin Hood
(1938); Robin and Marian (1977)—MOT—
7:15 pm. Mozart - A Childhood Chronicle
(Kirscher, 1976)—MFA—8 pm. Annie Hall
(Allen, 1977)—RMC—7:30 & 10 pm. King's
Row (1941—RO—7:15; Dark Victory (1939)—
Oct. 18: The Phantom Creeps V; Gentlemen
Prefer Blondes (1953); Blonde Venus
(1932)—MOT—7:15 pm. Bach: B-Minor Mass
(Kirscher, 1978)—MFO—8 pm. Annie Hall
(Allen, 1977(—RMC—7:30 & 10 pm. The Kids
Are Alright (1979)—RO—3:15 & 7:30 pm;
Quadrophenia (1980)—RO—5:15 & 9:30 pm.
Oct. 19: / Married a Witch (Clair, 1942)—
RMC—7:30 pm. Gilda (1946)—RO—3:45 &
7:30 pm; The Lady from Shanghai (1948)—
RO—5:45 & 9:30 pm.
Oct. 20: The III Fated Courtesan—RO—7:30
pm; Demon Woman Killer— RO—9:15 pm.
Oct. 21: Autumn Sonata (Bergman, 1979)—
RO—7:30 pm; Cries & Whispers (Bergman,
Oct. 22: The Phantom Creeps VI; Footlight
Parade (1933)—MOT—7:30 pm. Hiroshima,
Mon Amour (Resnais, 1959)—RMC—7:30 pm.
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