Summer Camp, Adult-Style: Week Six

You may have heard that Beyoncé is performing in town this week. That’s all well and good if you planned ahead (like, months ago), but for those of you who may be a bit depressed about not snagging tickets to her show, fear not - we’ve come up with some alternative Bayou City entertainment options: FotoFest Discoveries: Monday, July 15 FotoFest   Do you love art, but have trouble finding the time to appreciate it? FotoFest will be holding “Really Short Tours” of their latest exhibit, FotoFest Discoveries, throughout the summer. Discoveries, which features 15 international contemporary artists, spans four Downtown Houston office buildings – a perfect way to spend a lunch (or an entire afternoon). The "Really Short Tours” are scheduled on July 18 (One Allen Center), Aug. 1 (Two Allen Center), Aug. 15 (Three Allen Center) and Aug. 29 and Sept. 5 (1600 Smith). The exhibition in its entirety will be on view through September 27. 36th Annual Reliant Park World Series of Dog Shows: Wednesday, July 17 


Hang out with cuddly superstars at 36th annual World Series of Dog Shows, held in the air-conditioned comfort of Reliant Stadium beginning Wednesday, July 17. (We promise not to tell your pets you’ve been seeing other animals.) Tickets are free for children under the age of 12 and $15 for adults. Graphic Design - Now in Production: Friday, July 19


From the typography that catches our eye in magazines to the printed chair that is a staple in your living room, graphic design is an integral (and oft-overlooked) part of our daily lives. Graphic Design – Now In Production explores some of the most vibrant graphic design work produced since 2000, including posters, books, magazines, identity and branding, information graphics, typography and typefaces, and film and television title graphics. Enjoy a set from DJ Amanda Robison, drinks and Houston StrEATS at Friday's opening reception.

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