Art Car Community Day @ Knapp Chevrolet

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Art Car Community Day @ Knapp Chevrolet

Art Car Community Day @ Knapp Chevrolet

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Join us for a neighborhood fiesta at Knapp Chevrolet on March 16th to meet our fabulous art car designer, Kearin Cook. Tap into the art car excitement with us by sharing your own unique art car design, vote on the perfect name for our Art Car, and sprinkle your own pizzazz onto the vehicle (for an encouraged $10 donation). Let’s roll out the creativity carpet as we celebrate 10 years of Arts District Houston! Family-friendly.

April 2024 marks the 10th anniversary of the state designation of Arts District Houston as a cultural arts district by the Texas Commission on the Arts. To commemorate this milestone, Arts District Houston and Fresh Arts are thrilled to announce the launch of our very first Art Car project! Over the past decade, Arts District Houston has played a pivotal role in nurturing the city’s artistic spirit and connecting artists with opportunities, shaping Houston’s identity as a vibrant center for the arts.


Kearin Cook was born and raised in Houston, Texas, and is a graduate of Pratt Institute with a bachelor’s degree in Illustration. After studying and living in New York City at the start of her artistic career she has returned to Houston, Texas to be closer to her family, continue painting murals and pursuing her career as an illustrator.Clients of her illustration and storyboarding work include Grammy Award winning musical group Mastodon, Fender, Milk Makeup, Champion, and Throne Watches. Her mural work can be seen at Houston establishments such as Betelgeuse Betelgeuse (Montrose and Washington locations), Wolfsmiths Heights, Manready Mercantile, and Texas Avenue BnB.


Arts District Houston is one of seven state-designated Arts and Cultural Districts in Houston. Situated along the Washington Avenue Corridor just west of downtown Houston, the Arts District boasts the highest concentration of working artists in Texas and serves as a thriving hub of artistic and cultural expression. This urban area, with its historic homes and transformed warehouses, holds a rich history and encompasses portions of both the First and Sixth Wards, two of Houston’s oldest neighborhoods. The Arts District is home to arts nonprofits MECA, 4th Wall Theater, FotoFest, and the Sawyer Yards creative campus, which houses over 300 studio spaces for local artists, designers, and makers.

Fresh Arts,
a 501(C)3 nonprofit corporation, empowers Houston artists through programs that build knowledge, amplify local resources, and connect communities.

Dedicated to fostering creativity and community engagement, Fresh Arts has served as the state-appointed managing partner for the Arts District since 2017. Through marketing initiatives and artist-centered programming, Fresh Arts amplifies the Arts District’s capacity, expands audiences, and provides resources for artists and creative businesses, creating new opportunities to showcase the diversity of Houston-area artists.

This project is supported in part by the Texas Commission on the Arts and the Cultural District Program. Fresh Arts is additionally supported in part by the Brown Foundation, Houston Endowment, and the City of Houston through the Houston Arts Alliance.

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March 16, 2024 @ 12:00 PM to
March 16, 2024 @ 02:00 PM

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March 16, 2024

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