Two years ago, the Blanton Museum of Art received a gift of more than 350 prints from collector Dr. Gilberto Cárdenas, who holds one of the largest private collections of Latinx art.
A visit to the cavernous EaDO warehouse at 908 Live Oak Street in Houston, the physical home of the groundbreaking non-profit design house Magpies & Peacocks (M&P), leaves a mélange of aesthetic impressions that reflects the environmental sustainability mission of the organization, yet defies definition.
The phrase “art studio tour” doesn’t typically bring to mind mass crowds of visitors, city-wide organizational partnerships, or heated discussions about escalating real estate prices.
Coming of Broadway age in the shadow of the Hamilton juggernaut, Dear Evan Hansen, the seemingly unassuming musical about an unpopular high school kid with social anxiety, managed to turn its misfit story into a multiple Tony® Award winner.
Human-induced climate change, denied by certain politicians and often ignored by many, is a threat to every species on the planet.
In the fall of 2017 at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, artist David Hammons curated an exhibition called Charles White—Leonardo da Vinci.
Texas is home to a growing cohort of Latinx playwrights working in all parts of the state who have chosen to remain here despite the unique challenges that they face as artists of color in the Lone Star State.
Impresario, the promoter, financier, artistic director and all round driving visionary of a performing arts company or enterprise, is not a title bestowed onto individuals much anymore.
There are many songs that thread through This is the Day (on view at Austin’s Blanton Museum of Art, July 14-Sept. 29).