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This will be a great start to the official unveiling of Jo Ann Fleischhauer's What Time Is It, as well as Musiqa's performance Friday! 

TEDxHouston has been invited to a special talk with artist Jo Ann Fleischhauer, 2012 TEDxHouston Speaker and composer Anthony Brandt, and composer Chapman Welch to unveil the new public art piece What Time is It? in Market Square Park Saturday November 8, (rescheduled from Saturday, September 28)

Date: November 8th, 2013 

Schedule of Activities: 
7:00 - Tour of "What Time Is It?" installation with artist Jo Ann Fleischhauer and composers Anthony Brandt and Chapman Welch
7:30 - Introductory speeches by City Officials and others for the opening of the installation in Market Square Park
8:00 - Free open air concert by Musiqa, winner of Chamber Music America/ASCAP 2013 Adventurous Programming Award
9:30 - Post-concert reception; cash bar

Update: Let's meet at the Clock Tower around 6:45pm

To learn more about the project, check out this feature with in Jo Ann Fleischhauer and Anthony Brandt in the latest issue of Arts+CultureTEXAS.

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Chris Johnson check in with symphonies across Texas

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Get the dish on Texas Arts with October 2013 artiFACTS

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It's the final weekend for Stephen Lapthisophon: Sphere at at Conduit Gallery.

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Step into Christopher Sperandio's Cargo Space with Harbeer Sandhu.

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Rick Lowe heads to Dalls for his public art project, Trans.lation with the Nasher Xchange. Rachel Adams has the story.

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Christopher Sperandi, founder of Cargo Space and Rick Lowe, founder of Project Row Houses grace our October 2013 cover. 

Stay tuned for this months stories on both of these leading men of Texas Arts.
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