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Scoot-In Curator Bart Weiss


The UTA Art + Art History department’s Associate Professor Bart Weiss is curator for “Scoot-In” part of this weekend’s Insight|Out festival of media and live performances.

Take a ride on your two-wheeler and join Aurora Picture Show for a one-of-a-kind Scoot-In screening on Saturday, May 19th at 8:30PM in Sesquicentennial Park at the 500 block of Preston Street (between Babgy and Smith streets). Aurora reunites with Buffalo Bayou Partnership and the University of Houston Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts to bring Houston another unique drive-in event in partnership with Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas of Houston. Geared toward scooterists and bicyclists as part of Insight|Out Festival, this site-specific film screening will feature artist-made short-length films and videos about two-wheelers (scooters, bicycles, unicycles, tricycles and motorcycles). Bart Weiss of the Dallas Video Festival will be the guest curator for this program.

Insight|Out is an event that includes music, outdoor dance, and films that highlight Houston history and explore how we traverse our local landscape. Presented collaboratively by three arts organizations, Aurora Picture Show, DiverseWorks and the University of Houston Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts, Insight|Out location hosts include Buffalo Bayou Partnership, Project Row Houses and Uptown Houston.

 


Insight|Out Festival

Saturday, May 19, 8:30PM

Location: Sesquicentennial Park Houston Texas

FREE Admission