Matchbox Gallery presents its first show of the 2014 fall semester: The World Was Never Flat, a curated group exhibition featuring current Rice students, alumni, and emerging Houston artists.

Exhibition Opening September 25th, Reception begins at 8:00 pm.
On View until October 9th. Open Hours to be released shortly.

FREE TACOS catered by Tacos A Gogo
FREE BEER for those of age

This event will be happening simultaneously with the opening of EMERGEncy Gallery’s exhibtion, “MUSEUM TV: Art Museums Experiment with Broadcasting, 1951-66,” located in Sewall 402.

Matchbox Gallery is located in Sewell Courtyard, Room 258. You can access the courtyard from the stairs behind the loading dock, or go down one flight of stairs from the main level and the gallery will be next to the sculpture room. _________________________________________________________

The World Was Never Flat features work by MacAulay Brown/ Monica Burckhardt, John Forse, Nico Gardner, Lydia Smith, Maria-Elisa Heg, and FOTO 390. It examines the use of geography and mapping within historical, political, and social contexts, highlighting the complexity of the landscape that surrounds us. While the map is usually perceived in a two dimensional plane, these artists challenge that notion by revealing that the world is never flat.

Apart from opening receptions, Matchbox is open on Wednesday from 12PM to 5PM, Thursday from 5PM to 7PM, and by appointment. Please email: mtchbxgallery@gmail.com