Oaxacan Gold Exhibition - Georgetown Art Center

August 26 - September 24

Oaxacan Gold Exhibition - Georgetown Art Center

10:00 am - 5:00 pm


The Georgetown Art Center is thrilled to host National Geographic Contributing Photographer, Greg Davis for a culturally immersive and multi-faceted show titled Oaxacan Gold.  The exhibition features the works of Greg as well as six Master Oaxacan Folk Artists, Jacobo Ángeles Ojeda, Taller Manos Que Ven, Alejandro Vera Guzman, Magdalena Pedro Martínez, Carlomagno Pedro and Alex and Veronica Mendoza

The show, which opens on August 26, 2022, will feature photographs and artifacts from the Mexican state of Oaxaca and will be on display until September 24, 2022.

Greg’s most recent project has guided him into the mysteries of the great Mexican state of Oaxaca. The idea and premise of the exhibition are to bring awareness to the culture and traditions of Oaxaca through exhibitions, new media applications, and speaking engagements.

This project is supported in part by awards from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Texas Commission on the Arts.


Spend the evening at the GAC for a traditional Oaxacan dance performance by Ballet Folklorico de Austin, musical entertainment DJ Claudia, Oaxacan food & drink from Taconmaye, along with a traditional Mezcal tasting with Mezcal Vago.


An intimate presentation and conversation with Greg Davis about his work and travels as a photographer.


Watch and learn about the authentic Oaxacan tradition of Zapotec dying processes with Alex and Veronica Mendoza of El Huizache Studio. This is a ticketed workshop with limited spaces available.  Tickets here:



Fotofest Exhibition at the Musuem of South East Texas

September 24 - November 6

Fotofest Exhibition at the Musuem of South East Texas

Art Museum of Southeast Texas

500 Main St., Beaumont, TX 77701 MAP

12:00 pm - 5:00 pm

FotoFest is a Houston-based contemporary arts organization founded by photojournalists Fredrick Baldwin and Wendy Watriss. FotoFest is dedicated to advancing discourse surrounding photography and visual culture through the presentation of images and photographic media in exhibitions, public programs, and publishing projects. At the forefront of FotoFest’s mission is the examination of social, cultural, and political histories and contemporary conditions through the lens of photography, contemporary art, theory, and media studies. In addition to the organization’s year-round programming, FotoFest organizes a city-wide biennial project in the form of large-scale central exhibitions, curated lectures, performances, a symposium, and film programs. The organization also hosts several professional development programs, including annually-held Meeting Place Portfolio Reviews, which host over 450 artists and 150 professionals working in the field of art and photography. Through its Literacy Through Photography program, FotoFest organizes K-12 classroom-based learning projects designed to encourage creativity and strengthen student writing, comprehension, and expression. A platform for art and ideas since 1983, FotoFest is committed to promoting lasting international dialogue, cultural exchange, and scholarship by working with the artists, academics, curators, and influential figures in art, politics, and activism that shape and frame our world.

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The Art Museum of South East Texas: FotoFest Biennial Exhibition
September 24 – November 6, 2022, Beaumont, TX
Through unique collections, exhibitions, public programs and outreach in the visual arts, the mission of the Art Museum of Southeast Texas is to provide education, inspiration and creative vision throughout Southeast Texas.

Greg Davis Photography Fotofest Exhibition
Momentos en Mexico

About This Exhibit:
There are many things to love about our neighbor to the south…Mexico.
These are just a very few of mine.
The spirit of the place and its people live in these moments.
And lest not we forget the words of Jesus as recorded by Matthew,
“Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart,
and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind.
This is the first and great commandment.
And the second is like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself.”
Love and respect begin with embracing and living into the Golden Rule.
It all starts with you, in this very moment.

Twelve Large Framed Limited Edition Photographs
Archival Pigment Print on Museum Rag