There’s no place like Houston for cinephiles when the Houston Cinema Arts Society opens its 15th annual film festival with a "Bring It On Home" theme.
Houston’s Theatre Under The Stars also understands the allure of some tacky fun and plans to offer the ultimate holiday show alternative this season with the world premiere, The Ugly Xmas Sweater Musical.
The first time I visited strange new art worlds via a space/time refrigerator portal I had to travel to a renovated bowling alley in New Mexico to do so.
The San Antonio Museum of Art recently rolled out the welcome mural for visitors in the form of a monumental painting by Texas artist Carlos Rosales-Silva, on view through Sept. 2025.
With the series back to live, in-person readings for over a year now, Inprint executive director, Rich Levy, says the literary-loving audiences have also come back to see and hear from their favorite writers.
Forget the latest superhero blockbuster, this summer we’re nabbing our (free) ticket to experience the ongoing adventures of Pound Cake Man, Sweet Slice, Prime Weaver, Pom Pom Thunder, Vorax and the newest powerful force for radical change in perception, Wondervision.
“You’ve just got to keep moving,” says Theatre Under The Stars artistic director, Dan Knechtges, when I asked him what lessons he’s learned about programming the company through several years of theater under crisis.
A blue day dawns at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Such was my first thought stepping into the welcoming light and waves of blue in the Art of the Islamic Worlds Galleries.