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Woven Living Room Installation

For Singapore-born, Dutch artist Hedwige Jacobs, self-imposed isolation in the time of Covid-19 has given her time to pause and dive even more deeply into her almost hermetic practice. "My home became my studio," says Jacobs, who came to the U.S. from the Netherlands, and speaks highly of Houston and its art scene.

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Throughout this tumultuous year, a silver lining of sorts has remained. Many artists have been able to channel previously unimaginable feelings into stirring new works, helping members of society identify and process the gravity of 2020. Among them is Cara Barer, a Houston-based photographer who has unveiled a series of new pieces called Isolation at Nicole Longnecker Gallery in the Heights.

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‘SheSpace' Is Houston’s New Coworking Space for Women

Mother and daughter-in-law Stephanie and Katie Tsuru build a Covid-friendly, amenity-filled coworking space for females.

What happens when you combine two strong women with a passion for community, and an explosion of vibrant pinks and greens? The answer is SheSpace — a coworking outfit opening in October in the Lower Heights District. 

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