Creative Arts in Community
TribeX Museum creates exhibitions on social culture and documents the creative practices of traditional and modern societies; in efforts to educate and inspire viewers, while highlighting under and/or misrepresented peoples. Through our artist projects, digital collections and traveling exhibitions, we serve as a creative historical archive and educational resource.
Through our artists projects, digital collections and traveling exhibits, we serve as an art platform, historical archive and education resource for our Houston community and beyond.
All exhibitions illuminate how art is used to effect social, economic, and political change while serving as documents and records of human history.
ADORN | 2022
Highlighting the works of artists Janice Warren, Karl Hall, James E. Walker, Shadia Milan, & Uzo.
This collection of works focuses on the individual perspectives and styles of Houston artists calling attention to various themes of self identity, life and society in the African diaspora.
AFRI-CANA | 2023
A fashion installation celebrating and acknowledging the connections between African and modern day Asian, India and Hispanic cultures.
RITUAL & ECHO | 2024
Ritual & Echo - is an exhibition examining the themes and symbols of traditional and modern African and African American culture. Calling attention to the diversity of creativity, spiritual practices, interpersonal relationships, languages, and political systems found throughout the diaspora in efforts to deepen understanding and practices of everyday Afro culture. Ritual & Echo tells the stories of our current world culture in transformation and presents visions of a future yet to be.